Kayangan Lake, Coron islands, Palawan, Philippines The enchanting Kayangan Lake, which is located in the interior of Coron Island, is said to be the cleanest lake in the Philippines. To get to Kayangan Lake, tourists have to climb a steep mountain trail. Kayangan Lake is only one of the 13 lakes in Coron Islands. Presently, only the Kayangan Lake is open to the public, the rest are closed to tourists (and even to locals) as the Tagbanuas, the tribe which owns the island, deem the lakes…
Taken during sunrise. Sambawan Island, Maripipi Island, Biliran, Philippines Sambawan Island is endowed with beautiful white sandy beach, rich marine life and coral gardens, which invite intrepid divers and snorkelers especially on summer season. During high tide, Sambawan transforms into three beautiful islets. Sambawan Island has a stark, mountainous coastline and a spectacular sunrise, a stunningly beautiful view, which will surely melt your heart…
AKLAN: White Sands & Wild Streetdancing!
Home to the oldest and "most famous" festival in the Philippines, as well as one of the best beaches in the world!
A Tale of Two Islands in the Philippines
There are more than 7,000 islands in the Philippines, so it comes as no surprise that after tourism’s heavy trek across Southeast Asia’s once pristine outposts, the less explored parts of the archipelago are poised to be the latest “paradise found.” Indeed, that is already under way, which is why the tale of two islands — Palawan and Boracay — offers lessons as the country lays out the welcome mat to more visitors.
Top 45 Must-Visit Beaches in the Philippines Before You Die | WayPH.com
With around 7,107 islands to explore, there seems to be unending list of reasons to travel around the Philippines and words nor pictures are enough to describe the immeasurable exquisiteness that this country has to offer. Calaguas, Camarines Norte Situated in the northernmost part of Bicol region, specifically Camarines Norte, are the islands of Calaguas which are famous for its long stretch of beaches endowed with mysterious beauty and charm. Mahabang Buhangan/Halabang BayBay, which means…
How I Traveled BATANES for Only P6600! | The Poor Traveler Itinerary Blog
I spent only P6600 on my BATANES trip including airfare. Batanes isn't really expensive, you just have to know your way around. Here's how I did it.