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Judged as the cleanest lake in the country, and for that alone it is worth visiting. This spot is touted to be the most photographed area in Palawan...Learn More
Amanpulo Beach Resort’s world-class facilities and amenities are luxurious but homey in style. All are inspired by the country’s accommodation architecture to give you a warm sense and comfort during your stay...Learn More
Club Paradise Resort, Palawan accredited by the Philippines’ Department of Tourism, is a 2-time winner of the Kalakbay Awards Resort of the Year in the “AA” Category.Learn More
Magdalena in Laguna, Philippines is a 2-hour drive from Manila. It is also known as the “Little Hollywood of Laguna” because of the numerous films that was made the town as the taping location.Learn More
One of Puerto Princesa’s main tour attraction and a source of pride for the locals is the Subterranean Underground River National Park. It is included in the official list of 7 Wonders of Nature.Learn More
is one of the trademarks of Ilocos and a must-see. The eminent white rocks formed by nature as if it was sculptured with very professional hands...Learn More
Tappiyah Waterfalls is a towering 70 meter waterfalls located for about 30 minute walk from the Batad Village. It has a wide swimming area of natural pool.Learn More
This world-class resort boasts of white sand beaches over a 14-hectare spread. It was once a pearl farm, where thousands of white-lipped oysters transported from the Sulu Sea...Learn More
Shoot the rapids and wrestle the waves and whirlpools down the Cagayan de Oro River. Among the rapids you will encounter, the hardest to conquer of all is the “Kiss the Walls"...Learn More
Enjoy lunch while cruising and viewing the majestic panorama of nipa palm plantation along the banks of the river. Sometimes, wild ducks can be seen feeding and swimming on the river...Learn More
Kiltepan Tower got its name from its three bounding barangays: Kilong, Tetep-An, and Antadao. It is definitely a must-see if you go to Sagada.Learn More
One Friday night… with packed snacks and a book in hand for the long road trip ahead, our group of adventure travellers left Makati at 9:00pm. On the way to our destination, sleep constantly came and went. After endless roads, getting lost in Baguio city, multiple stops in gas stations/convenience stores, four slices of wheat bread with cheese, rough roads, a sunrise and great view…after 12 hours on the road, we finally reached Sagada.
Sagada is a municipality in the Mountain Province, Philippines. It is situated between the Cordillera range and the Ilocos range. The main sources of livelihood are tourism and agriculture. Crops consist mainly of fruits and vegetables growing in cool or fair weather such as cabbage, potato, carrot, tomato, pepper, lemon, lime, orange, coffee, mountain tea, etc.
Although a small town, Sagada undoubtedly has a very deep and rich tribal culture which is evident in their pottery, woven cloths, traditional burial sites and the people’s beliefs. Most of the residents are Igorots and their local dialect is Kankana-ey. Since the arrival of American missionaries during their era, people have become predominantly Protestant.