Boracay: After Rehabilitation

Things you need to know before visiting Boracay Island after rehabilitation: 1. Tourist can stay only in accredited hotels in Boracay 2. Hotel bookings will be verified first -You can enter the island only after showing proof of booking confirmation at any of the accredited hotels in Boracay. 3. Fees (no changes but not so … Continue reading Boracay: After Rehabilitation

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Concepcion Iloilo: A Truly Natural Experience

Concepcion, a small town in Iloilo that hides a beautiful gem. The town of Concepcion is blessed with one of the most scenic seascapes in the whole Province of Iloilo. How to get there: For commuters, it would take around 2 hours by Bus from the Ceres Bus Terminal in Jaro. To see the scenic … Continue reading Concepcion Iloilo: A Truly Natural Experience

Isla del Fuego: Siquijor Island

Siquijor is an island of the Philippines located in the Central Visayas between Cebu, Negros, Bohol, and Mindanao. The Spaniards called Siquijor Isla del Fuego or “Island of Fire,” because the island gave off an eerie glow. This glow came from the great swarms of fireflies that harbored in the numerous molave trees on the island. which … Continue reading Isla del Fuego: Siquijor Island

Guimaras Island: Sweeter Than Its Mangoes

Day Trip (Places Visited): Jordan Manggahan Festival Manggahan Festival is a month long celebration of Guimaras’ rich culture, and their feast of thanksgiving for having bestowed a rich land where delicious mangoes are being grown.  Mango Pizza at Pitstop Guimaras Island is home for one of the sweetest mango. Mango is the number one product … Continue reading Guimaras Island: Sweeter Than Its Mangoes