Posts in Philippines
TAKE A LOOK AT THE MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND IN THE WORLD

It comes to no surprise that Palawan has been named, once again, the Most Beautiful Island in the  WORLD by Conde Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure. Out of all the places we've traveled in the Philippines, Palawan seems to still blow us away with its amazing landscapes, rock formations and clear blue waters because theres nothing like it in the world. Palawan has many amazing islands, but for this blog post we will show you the amazing El Nido.

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EXPLORING BATANES, PHILIPPINES

There are always new places to explore in the Philippines, and having lived here all our lives, we can say that we haven't even been to half of the amazing sights to see around our home country, but what struck us the most was the island of Batanes. Many people call this the "Scotland" of the Philippines, and this explains it all because aside from the amazing beaches the Philippines has to offer, when you travel to Batanes, its like teleporting to a whole new world.

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VISITING SIARGAO ISLAND IN THE PHILIPPINES

Siargao Island is a surfer's paradise and is widely known as the "Surfing Capital of the Philippines" with endless places to go to catch the waves. Not only can you surf endlessly here in Siargao, but there are so many places to see and so many things to do on this island as well. You're probably wondering how people can go to such a small island, here is everything you need to know about this island paradise:

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THIS RIVER IS HIDDEN IN THE MOUNTAINS OF THE PHILIPPINES

In the heart of Tanay, Rizal lies an amazing River, something pretty hard to get to no matter what the blogs tell you. Surrounded by a lush forest, and marble formations, locals have worked hard together to make Tinipak River a place to visit. Coming here was definitely something we had in mind for a long time, but since tourism boomed in this area last year, we decided to wait out the hype and go a different time. Tinipak River is definitely one for the books, words cannot explain how we felt and what we saw, it was all worth it.

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WHERE TO SEE WILD DOLPHINS IN THE PHILIPPINES

Our trip to Manjuyod Sandbar started in Bacolod. We had flown there first to visit family and then traveled at 3 am to Dumagete where it is located. Our journey reached 4 hours, passing through the mountain until we reached the drop-off point in Bais Bay. Our first stop was to watch the Dolphins, which according to the boatman is an hour away from the dock. Countless articles and blog posts will tell you that to be able to see the Dolphins, you have to leave at 6am from the dock and proceed straight to where they are located. We got to the dock at 7am and left at around 7:30 but we never lost hope.

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THE PERFECT PLACE TO STAY IN BALER, PHILIPPINES

Just around 6 hours away from Manila, lies an amazing secluded beach called Charlie's Point in Baler, Aurora. I'm not entirely sure how secluded it is on peak months but the time we were there, it was quiet. As i googled Baler, everything seemed to feel crowded, because as a very well known surf spot, there are bound to be people, many people. I'm a sucker for amazing light, thats why I love the beach because the light is always perfect, and I love Baler because there are no big hotels by the beach, just cute campsites like Easy Adventure.

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SICOGON ISLAND & ISLA DE GIGANTES

Before this trip, I never knew what or where Sicogon Island was or how it looked like. I was in Iloilo at the time I was contacted to visit, then I asked my friend who has been there and he told me it was the most beautiful island and I wouldn't regret it. Months of constant cancelations, we finally had a set date and the moment finally arrived. I had no expectations, except for the photos on Google, which didnt really tell me much.

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DISCOVER AN ISLAND LIKE BORACAY AND PALAWAN IN QUEZON PROVINCE

Its 2016 and I was lucky enough to spend 01/01/2016 in paradise. Just 2 to 3 hours from Manila is Borawan Island in Quezon Province, and its name is derived from BORacay and PalaWAN because the sand is white just like Boracay and because there are limestone rock formations just like palawan (be careful though, there are rocks and corals and shells everywhere and I wounded myself on the first day).

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