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Mag-aso Falls

The Mag-aso falls are a real hidden treasure. They are located near Antequera, a small town about 20 kilometers from Tagbilaran, the main city of the Bohol Province, in the Central Visayas Region, among the islands of Cebu, Mindanao and Leyte. They are the biggest falls of the island and …

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Tour Bohol – Malapascua – Cebu – 5 Days

4 nights / 5 days Bohol – Malapascua – Cebu Package details: Bohol – 1 night / 3 days Fully air-conditioned accommodation in Panglao Island FRONT BEACH with breakfast Based on double/triple/quadruple sharing or more, depends on the room availability upon booking confirmation Bohol countryside tour including Chocolate Hills with …

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Tour Visayas – Palawan – Boracay – 14 Days

13 Nights / 14 Days Bohol – Oslob – Cebu – Puerto Princesa – El Nido – Boracay Package details: Bohol – 2 nights / 3 days Fully air-conditioned accommodation in Panglao Island FRONT BEACH with breakfast Based on double/triple/quadruple sharing or more, depends on the room availability upon booking …

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Mt Kalawitan

For mountain lovers and trekkers, or for who is simply tired of spending his vacation on the beach, the Philippines offer also interesting mountain trekking opportunities. In this post we will talk about Mount Kalawitan, a mountain that, with its 2714 meters above the sea level, is the tenth highest …

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Manjuyod Sandbar

The white sand bar of Manjuyod is a strip of clear white sand located at about 15 minutes, by boat, from the coast of Bias City, in the Negros Oriental province of the Philippines. The surface of this island emerges only during low tide and there are native wooden houses built …

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Panagbenga 2017 – Baguio Flower Festival

The Panagbenga Festival is the most celebrated festival in Baguio City. From the native language of the Kankanaey people (a group of indigenous people in Northern Philippines), the term Panagbenga translates “a season of blooming”. It is held yearly starting in the 1st week of the month of February and …

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Habal-Habal Motorcycle

The Habal-Habal is one of the basic modes of public transportation used in the southern provinces of the Philippines, especially in far-flung areas of Mindanao. Basically, it is a motorcycle that is modified to seat more than two persons. The invention of it was originally inspired by the need to …

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Siargao Island Hopping

What other activity is better to explore the hidden paradise of Siargao than island hopping? Of course your tour will not be complete without checking out these amazing islands surrounding the main island of Siargao. First on the list is the most popular island in Siargao, Naked Island. As the …

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Chinese tourists in the Philippines to double by the end of 2016

After the Republic of the Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte’s state visit to China on the 3rd week of October, the government of China through corroboration of Chinese President Xi Jinping, committed to invest around $13.5 billion worth of deals between the two Asian countries. The state visit strengthened the warming …

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