San Vicente is an almost untouched part of Palawan that is home to one of the longest beaches in all of Asia. A rather large municipality, San Vicente itself is divided into a handful of barangays, sleepy towns and villages. Underdevelopment has seemingly preserved this part of Palawan with tourism in San Vicente being traditionally low compared … Continue reading San Vicente, Palawan: A Chance To Get Tourism Right (Philippines)
Not many places in the Philippines have captured the hearts and minds of travelers quite like Siargao has. It’s an Island paradise—the mere mention of its name instantly brings up thoughts of white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, coconuts trees and perfect waves. The island attracts people from all over the world from all walks … Continue reading Epic Siargao Adventure (Food and Travel Guide)
Negros’ favorite beach resort threw a beach festival and they did it in style! Summer is over! But for the ladies who are still chasing that sun-kissed and Instagram-worthy photos on the beach, Vianellas has got you covered. VIANELLAS, is a local flip-flop brand focused on simple, chic, and affordable beachwear by Negreñse designer Tanya … Continue reading VIANELLAS: Chic Flip-Flops to Wear on the Beach!
The island province of Camiguin, known as the island born of fire, is a popular tourist destination in the south region of the Philippines. Known for its clear blue waters and diverse wildlife, the island draws in visitors from all over the world who are looking for an alternative to the more fast-paced vacations islands … Continue reading Camiguin Travel Guide – Thank you, Camiguin! @Traveloka
With the imminent opening of the Subic – Clark – Tarlac expressway, the 5-hour long road trip to Barangay Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales (which protected Anawangin from Manila beach goers) will now be cut down to less than 3 hours.
…After getting back on track via a “short cut” (a metaphor for make-your-own trail), we saw a small pyramid-like mountain, which gives me the creeps. … An easier way is to stay overnight at any of the resort of Pundaquit Beach and rent a boat the next day to go to Anawangin.