Organic produce is now on the rise in the market. People are becoming more health conscious and organic lovers. If you are one kind of, Costales Nature Farms at the foot of Mt. Banahaw in Barangay Gagalot, Majayjay, Laguna will never stop linger in your mind until you grab the chance to get there.
Asia is a home of fantastic tourist destinations and if you have ever been to Asia you will find that some of the best travel bargain cities in the world are particularly can be found in Southeast Asia. In this post you will find a list of the major cities that are loved by tourists from the whole wide world, especially among the backpackers. These Asian cities are the best for you to travel to because prices remain amazingly low in these places, representing fantastic bargains for foreign and international visitors. Hotel price and airlines tickets are still relatively low in this region as well giving you the chance to go to these wonderful places with your budget intact.
Now let’s check out these cheapest cities to travel in Asia!
There’s more to Bohol than what most travel itineraries of travel agencies offer. The usual trips to Chocolate Hills, see the Tarsiers, etc. is fine, but there is more jewels and treasures that can be found in Bohol if you just take more time to look. These places aren’t ones that you usually see on ads but they should be. These places are ones that would take your breath away and give you another side of Bohol that you might not have known of. Some of these hidden treasures are the Cadapdapan Rice Terraces and the Can-umantad Falls of Candijay.
Among the wonderful lakes found in Negros Oriental, Lake Danao and Lake Balinsasayao are just two promising lakes in the province. Naturally formed and created by volcanic eruption and tectonic faults. Although, they are separated with each other and Lake Danao is about a 10-meter trek up from Lake Balinsasayao, these are like twins which being fed by the slender little Olayan Falls ahead of them.
Along with white sand beaches and volcanic islands, waterfalls are the most iconic feature of the Philippines. Practically anywhere you'll go, you can find jaw dropping waterfalls that are worth a visit. The great thing about having a day at waterfall is how they provide a perfect mix of adventure and relaxation.
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One fine Saturday of January, I embarked on a journey which made me realize that nature indeed has a lot to offer most especially when it is willfully protected and carefully preserved. Aloguinsan River is wonderfully a great example. A group of local fisher folks and their families guided by the Local Government Unit (LGU) is actively preserving and protecting the beautiful Bojo River in Aloguinsan while they earn concurrently. It is indeed an awesome Saturday of journey towards ecology and culture ̶ an exploration that is not only brimming with beauty and wonders but is also loaded with knowledge and enlightenment. You will surely come out of the journey with your mind and heart filled deeper with love and understanding of the Mother Nature.
Romeo and Juliet, Beauty and the Beast, Jack and Rose; All the stories of these classic love affairs is nothing compared to the story behind the beautiful and majestic The Ruins in Talisay City or commonly known as The Taj Mahal of Negros.
For those looking to get away from the busy city life, maybe looking to go on a vacation that’s not as far from a city, or you simply want a change of pace, Bacolod City is often a good choice to do all those things.
The beach isn’t the only place you can go to for the summer. There are a lot of other destinations that you can opt to choose from. And one destination that you must not miss out for this summer is the enchanted and beautiful Mag-Aso Falls in Negros Occidental.
The Moriones Festival of my home province, Marinduque, is one of the most famous religious Philippine festivals for its interesting premise: it centers on culture and religion in the country, with an emphasis on reliving the time Roman soldiers roamed the streets during Jesus’ crucifixion.
The thick fog, the verdant hills, the sea of clouds and the amazing view – thanks to a cup of 3-in-1 coffee, these things definitely catch my attention about an hour after being on the road from the city proper of San Carlos. Yep, I’m usually asleep during long road trips like these.
With all the different amazing destinations found in the world, it is quite hard to choose where to go when planning for a vacation. But sometimes all you have to do is take a closer look instead of looking so far away. Just here in the Philippines, we have more than 7107 destinations you can choose from. One interesting place that would make you feel like you are in the beautiful Maldives is the Manjuyod White Sandbar in Negros Oriental.
With all the 7107 islands here in the Philippines, there are places that are surely still bound to be undiscovered or not within the radar of most travelers. There are a lot of hidden treasures and hidden gems found here in the Philippines. And one is found in Barangay Dawis in Bayawan City, Negros Oriental.
The colors and motions, the beats and sounds – Dinagyang Festival is uniquely a festival of faith, culture and tradition. Today, I joined thousands of people in the streets of the City of Love and captured the colors, moments, and spirits of Dinagyang Festival 2017. Yep, the “Hala Bira, Iloilo!” still sounds in my ears!
Viva Pit Senyor! prititit!prititit! The colors, the dances, that prititit - Sinulog Festival is indeed beyond its colors and sounds - it's a beautiful fusion of culture and spirituality.