“the largest island, inside of a lake, which is on an island, which is inside a lake, which is on an island”. More »
“An urban boutique hotel that surprisingly showcases its character through its exquisite design and offers comfort and convenience at a very reasonable price”, that is how I would describe my overall experience at “The Henry” in Cebu.” More »
Aside from the thick forests and mountain ranges, The Philippines is famous for its beautiful islands and beaches. More »
This could be one of the highlights of my life as a traveler. To experience living the kind of life with our fellow brothers in the Mountains of the Cordillera. More »
Biking my way to Valugan Boulder Beach is an exhausting yet a thrilling experience for someone who’s not a regular biker. More »
This bird welcomed us when we’re about to enter the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River or famously called The Underground River in Palawan last week. More »
This development offers its visitors an outdoor experiences that they will perfectly enjoy because of their family-friendly and very engaging attractions and adventure courses. More »
Since temperature in Baguio barely goes up to 20 degrees all year round. A stroll along pine tree-lined streets is surely enough to entertain your day but at the end, you also deserve a comfortable place to rest which will make you feel just like you are at home. Woods. More »
PAL President and Chief Operating Officer Jaime J. Bautista said, “The new routes will allow PAL to cater to the travel needs of both business and leisure travelers and OFWs, while offering PAL’s distinct brand of service marked by Filipino warmth, charm, and hospitality. It will also help build tourism for the Philippines from new international markets.
“Upon arrival in Manila, passengers may enjoy what the capital city has to offer before connecting to any of the 30 domestic and 38 other international destinations offered by PAL” he added.
Earlier this year, prior to launching flights to these destinations, PAL has also launched its services to New York (USA), Quangzhou (China), Tablas (Romblon) and opened new interisland flights in Visayas and Mindanao. PAL also reintroduced its Business class service to Cebu and Davao.
PAL has also launched the MyPAL App, powered by PayMaya Business and MasterCard, to make flying with PAL much easier for its customers. Now, users can enjoy the convenience of booking their flights, checking-in online, and viewing their flight status using their Android smartphones.
PAL has been the country’s only full-service legacy carrier over the last seven decades. It is best known for its distinct brand of inflight service, marked by Filipino warmth, care and hospitality. Now on its 74th year, the flag carrier is focused on fleet modernization, route network expansion and service.
First on the list is the globally acclaimed Hundred Islands National Park in Alaminos, Pangasinan. If deciding which island to visit is the culprit of your trip discussion, try out this amazing location and you’ll hit a hundred birds in one stone. The Hundred Islands is a go-to spot for those seeking to complete their Philippine experience by participating in an island-hopping activity. Each island may surprise you for they were naturally built for different ventures. One island may be the perfect venue to hike and camp. One island may attract you with its built-in cave. Another may seduce you to relax and sunbathe under the bronzing sun.
Second on the list is the virgin island of Calaguas. The serene island is situated near Vinzons town, Camarines Norte. Although it requires a two-hour boat ride, the journey is definitely worth the time. This fresh soiled island is as clean and blue as the pictures you will find on the Internet. Imagine taking a snapshot without the need for a blue-filmed filter. This paradise beach will transport you to another dimension with its white sand and blue sea, and its calmness and quietness will lure you to extend a day or two.
Third but definitely not the least is the eco-friendly paradise of El Nido, located in Northern Palawan. Visit caves, lagoons, or scuba dive in its clear waters. This heaven-sent island should definitely be on everyone’s list across the globe. If you and your friends want a tranquil getaway, and want to enjoy ice-cold beverages overlooking islands that tower above blue-hued beaches, El Nido resorts is the place for you. Sit back and relax, or breeze through the different natural-made islands, this peaceful haven will certainly conquer your senses.
If the only hindrance to booking your next dream vacation online is the absence of a credit card, don’t fret! Dragonpay can definitely bring you to your desired destination. Dragonpay lets you buy your plane, bus, and hotel booking online, which you can pay for in cash over-the-counter with their many partner banks and non-bank establishments. You can book your plane tickets at Airasia.com, Airpaz.com, and Tripmoba.com. For those traveling by land, you can book online at Pinoytravel.com.ph, Clickbus.com.ph and Iwantseats.com.ph. And for lodging and booking accommodations, you can do it at Travelbook.ph, Tripmoba.com and Travelpal.ph. Now, anyone can easily book a vacation online anytime this summer season – even the younger boys and girls who do not own a set of credit cards. To know more about Dragonpay, visit www.dragonpay.ph – More ways to pay.
**Guest post by Elay Leyco
Aside from going to the beach this summer, it is also the best time of the year to climb a mountain as the trails are not usually wet and muddy. Hiking gives a different feeling of being one with the nature because it gives you a breath of fresh air and a new perspective. Who wouldn’t want to see beautiful mountain slopes and to rest from your daily surroundings of the metropolis which usually made up of heavy traffic, pollution, wide walls and towering buildings. If you want to climb a mountain, there are things that you need to consider in order to have a fun and safe climb.
Are you physically prepared? It is always important that you consider your physical condition when you plan to hike.