El Nido and Coron instantly comes to mind when we talk about Palawan which made the province more famous earning “The Best Island in the World” distinction from various travel magazines and websites. Puerto Princesa City, the provincial capital, also has its awesome destinations to offer to all types of travelers. Aside from the famed Puerto Princesa Underground River which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature, the city also offers breathtaking islands and snorkeling spots, heart-pumping adventures like spelunking, zip lines and water activities, unique river cruises, heritage and historical tours and food crawl.
It was an unknown destination for me. Though I’ve heard it a few times before, I really had no idea on what to see there. With no expectations at all, I packed my bag and joined my friends at Pampanga Bloggers’ Society on a weekend trip to Dasol in the Province of Pangasinan, not knowing it’ll be one of the significant trips I’ll have.
The province of Cagayan is located in the northeastern part of Luzon with the City of Tuguegarao as its capital, also considered as the regional center. Surrounded by the provinces of Ilocos Norte, Apayao, Kalinga and Isabela, as well as the Pacific Ocean, this province is situated in the valley between the Cordilleras and Sierra Madre. Farming and fishing are the main means of livelihood.
Known as the Shangri-la of the North, the Municipality of Sagada in Mountain Province has been consistently attracting tourists, both local and foreign, who are in for thrilling physical activities, for gastronomical treats, cultural immersion or just be one with nature. Here are the things you need to know when visiting this part of Cordillera Administrative Region.
Spelunking is one of the most popular activities in Sagada, Mountain Province. The two caves that are usually being visited are the Sumaguing and Lumiang Caves, which may be explored separately, or jointly known as cave connection. Continue Reading