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
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.
Dubbed as one of the best beaches in the country, Boracay Island is surely in the bucketlist of most Filipinos. Who wouldn’t want to witness for themselves the beauty of this island?
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.