• The humpback whales regularly visit Camiguin Norte to mate, breed, and play in its waters between the months of February and April.

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Cape Engano Cove

The northeastern town of Santa Ana in Cagayan has for the past five years gained traction towards being a top tourism draw. Reached from Manila approximately 12 hours by land travel, it has drawn great raves and praises so much so that two editions of the reality TV show Survivor (Survivor: Blood vs. Water, Survivor: Cagayan) were shot primarily in this coastal town. What made Santa Ana more famous is Palaui Island which is separated from mainland Luzon by the Babuyan Channel. Here are the five major reasons why Palaui is worth all the trouble and the hype: 1. CNN Travel Top 10 Best BeachRead More →

The art and culture established the character and identity of Angono. Long before it entered into the consciousness and awareness of social media, this has flourished and birthed diverse artistic talents. There is however yet another scene which is a beautiful reflection of artistry, creativity and patient industry of the Angonoans. The food and culinary landscape in this municipality is creating a ripple effect, gently crossing Laguna de Bay and reaching the shores and consciousness of the metropolis. Upon the initiative of the LGU of Angono and Angono Tourism, LegendHarry joined a group of well-known travel and food bloggers in the 1st Food and ArtRead More →

Ancient civilizations and communities indulged themselves in rock art. By removing the surface of rock formations, figures and symbols are carved and incised by cave dwellers. Better known as petroglyphs, these may have significant spiritual and cultural ties. In the Philippines, the oldest petroglyphs are found in Angono, Rizal. In March 1965, it was discovered by Carlos Botong Francisco and his troop of boy scouts in a field trip to the hinterlands of Angono and Binangonan. The shallow rock shelter is adorned with carvings resembling that of human, frogs, and lizards. There could probably be more had natural elements and vandalism not ruined this archeologicalRead More →

Location: Brgy. Sibulan, Sta. Cruz, Davao del Sur Type: Plunge If there was one thing that questioned my mortality and resolve to pursue this ambitious travel project, it was my trip to Tudaya Falls. This segment in my ten-day Mindanao Backpacking Adventure did not start well. First, it took for the van going to Kapatagan three hours to be filled up with passengers. So much precious time was lost while in Digos City. Instead of having much time to explore Kapatagan and see a number of waterfalls, I opted to go to Tudaya Falls. Second, the habal-habal motorcycle’s front wheel was punctured by sharp stonesRead More →

Humpback whale

In a far off land there lies a wonder of nature never yet spoiled by insatiable human greed. Separated from the bigger Luzon Island by the oftentimes treacherous waters of Babuyan Channel, Camiguin is every inch a tropical paradise. Within the depths of its waters and the breadth of its forests and mountains are diverse wonders of nature. None more stunningly breathtaking than the cetaceans that call Camiguin as its home. Based on the research works of Balyena.org, humpback whales regularly visit the island to mate, breed, and play in its waters between the months of February and April. They are part of the AsianRead More →

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