A haven is defined as a place of safety or refuge. Last September I had the chance to visit a beautiful spot in Tagbina, Surigao del Sur which locals consider as their safe haven. Libuacan cold spring is a quiet, peaceful and serene safe haven. It is a place that could relieve stress and will definitely give its visitor a breath of fresh air.
Palawan is known to be a tropical paradise in the Philippines. Such title has been given due to the profusion of the island’s natural wonders. With the abundance of natural beauty, the finest moments are best spent time in the wide open spaces of Palawan where the splendor of nature is well-exhibited.
An attraction that is perfect for a family outing or a hang out with friends that are fellow animal lovers, Philippine Ostrich and Crocodile Farm was established during 1998 and is located in Brgy. Malanang, Opol, Misamis Oriental. This farm has created its own name in the “must visits” list of not only students but also tourists. The farm was able to brand their animals as “Big Bird” and “Crocs”, which gives it a friendlier approach for kids and a cute nickname for adults.
Philippines – known for our surreal beaches and our joyous and magnificent festivities. A lot of people are aware of what our country can offer in terms of fun, sceneries, and serene surroundings but some still doubt and some are still in the sphere of wonder of what the Pearl of the Orient Sea can give them.
|photograph courtesy of my photographer friend Rob of Palibut.com|
Tinuy-an Falls of Bislig City is one of Mother Nature’s most stunning gifts to the Philippines. This majestic 3-tiered waterfall is often referred to as the “Niagara of the Philippines” because of its wide water curtain. In fact, the waterfall is among the widest in country, measuring 95 meters wide and standing 55 meters high. captured by #HuaweiP9's Leica dual cam lenses #OO #HuaweiP9PH #travelingmorion #travelingmorion #choosephilippines #chasingwaterfalls #thephilippines #exploremindanao2016 #visitphl2016 #visitphilippinesagain2016 #itsmorefuninthephilippines #photooftheday #photogram #travelgram #instapic #igerstravel #igers #beautifuldestinations #beautifulphilippines #warrenjc #matadornetwork #travel #naturephotography #nature #biodiversity #radtravelA photo posted by Traveling Morion (@travelingmorion) on
Davao del Norte | Monfort Bat Sanctuary, the World’s Largest Geoffrey’s Rousette Fruit Bats Population in a Cave
Philippines is definitely a beautiful country with a lot of tourists’ spots for visitors all over the world. Mostly, they visit spots such as lakes, beaches and other water bodies where Philippine’s nature is truly rich at. Other than that, there are more natural richness Philippines have. One of those is the Monfort Bat Cave. It is now a designated key eco-tourism site of the region.
Sidewalks/streets of Cabadbaran City during tiangge (barter day). Locals from different Barangays even from the distant areas came together, set-up tents/stalls to sell/barter their harvest or products. #HuaweiP9PH #OO #instapic #igers #igerstravel #photography #photooftheday #beautifuldestinations #beautifulphilippines #traveleveryday #travelgram #travelingmorion #exploremindanaoA photo posted by Traveling Morion (@travelingmorion) on
I had the chance to visit The Philippine Eagle Center in Malagos, Davao City early this year. This unplanned and quick visit helped me understand the real situation of the country’s mightiest bird (or I should say “one of the most vulnerable species”), the Haribon or simply called the Philippine Eagle.