Sagada Travel Guide
Sagada Hanging Coffins is probably one of the unique and bizarre traditions of ancient Igorots in the Philippines that might leave you a question why these ancient people hang dead bodies in the cliff instead of burying it on the ground. Well, I was surprised when our guide started to tell the story behind the hanging coffins...
Sumaguing Cave
Sumaguing Cave - There are numerous caves in Sagada great for spelunking. Caves play an important part in Igorot's culture since burial traditions are being held mostly in caves. In fact, hundreds of coffins were stacked in the entrance of Lumiang Burial Cave, a few kilometers away from the Sumaguing Cave. As per our guide, the oldest...
Bay-yo Rice Terraces Bontoc
Bay-yo Rice Terraces - We all know that there are a lot of beautiful rice terraces in the Philippines but Bay-yo rice terraces is another gem and a paradise in the highland of Bontoc, Mountain Province. The scenic view from our vantage point along the Bontoc – Banaue road was so breathtaking. You can also see a...
Sagadavideo
Sagada - Aside from all-year-round cold climate, Sagada is also popular because of its exciting activities including cave exploration, hiking, swimming, trekking, caving, and food trip, visiting historical sites and a lot more. Sagada is rich in indigenous culture and it's also famous for its hanging coffins. Bay-yo Rice Terraces.
Accommodation and resorts in Jomalig rise along with the increasing number of visitors. Some of the resorts are just a minute away from the Jomalig Port via Habal-habal. As we've seen in other blogs, most of the resorts in Jomalig is clean, beautiful, quiet and well-maintained but some of them is a bit crowded especially during peak...
Jomalig Island
Jomalig Island - The hidden paradise of the south. With the increasing number of tourist, Jomalig becomes more popular through the help of blogs and social media. I can say that Jomalig Island is a one-stop destination you can visit near Manila because you can experience all you want to experience around the Island. The island is...
Macho Temple Travel Guide
Based on history, Chinese people migrated to the Philippines since the early 1500s. Long before Americans, Spanish and Japanese colonizers conquer the Philippines, Chinese have already played a big role in influencing Filipinos about their culture and trading. Many Chinese have settled here in the Philippines to do trade and business. In fact, the world first...
Tangadan Falls Travel Guide
La Union is a very popular destination among all kind of surfers. But I never thought that La Union has a lot to offer. Surprisingly, La Union is also home to numerous waterfalls. Actually, there is a hidden treasure hiding in the midst of its highlands in San Gabriel. It is also a popular waterfall in La...
La Union Travel Guide
La Union - Dubbed as the "Surfing Capital of the North". Due to its proximity and accessibility, La Union is definitely the most visited surfing destinations in the Philippines. La Union has a lot of tourist spots that locals should be proud of. Aside from being a surfing capital, La Union is also popular for local and...
Potipot Island
Potipot Island, Zambales - Off the coast of Zambales is a small Island called Potipot or literally means "Small white sand". This is just one of the 7000+ stunning islands in the Philippines. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({});