For years, I have been stressed out from balancing work and school together. Last March I have finally completed my bachelor’s degree and so, I promised myself that for the rest of this year, I have to fill my life with memorable travel experiences. First on my bucket list is to visit the largest province of the Philippines – Palawan
Let’s dive in to Camiguin! Located in the northern coast of Mindanao, the Island Born of Fire is a province in the Philippines situated about 10km off the Bohol Sea.
The sunset is always considered beautiful. A warmth mixture of red, yellow, and orange in the open sky that reflects the deep blue sparkling ocean water. The sunset takes all our worries away – even for just a moment.
Camiguin Island is a paradise of natural wonders and historical treasures. Located in the Bohol Sea and off the northern coast of Mindanao, this pear-shaped island is home to volcanoes, beaches, springs, waterfalls, and centuries-old churches. This island, though small and not widely known, has a lot to offer that you shouldn’t miss out.
Water. River. Rafting. Hearing those words make my blood rush in the most hyped up way. Whenever I hear Cagayan de Oro, white water river rafting always comes first to my mind.
Where do I even begin this unfortunate tale? Cheers to an event that most travelers fear: we missed our flight.
For starters, being in Europe means you can expect wonderful architecture and sceneries like the ones seen in movies and the internet.
Check our 3-day trip travel guide to Campuestohan and The Ruins in Talisay City, Lakawon Island in Cadiz and Mambukal Resort
This place is known for its white sand beaches and world-famous Chocolate Hills but let me tell you something, Bohol has more to offer. Here is my list of the must see places in Bohol from a Boholana’s point of view.
When travelling, you want to be able to make the most of your time there and see as much of the place as you can.