Explore, experience and enjoy the two Palawan destinations in just one travel! Navigate through the underground river and go island hopping in El Nido...Learn More
Visiting Banaue is a rewarding experience because of their rich and well-preserved culture. You can still witness the undying ethnicity thru their way of life and traditions. Their religion, spoken language and clothing are all unique in their very different perspectives...Learn More
El Nido is renowned for its towering limestone cliffs which are inhabited by the swiflets, a kind of bird that lives in caves with the ability to navigate in total darkness. Their nests are entirely built with their saliva, which is used as a main ingredient for the famous Chinese delicacy, Bird’s nest soup. These nests are being sold for approximately US$ 3,000 per kilogram.Learn More
Ilocos at the Northwest Coast of the Philippines is now a booming tourist attraction. From national museums, parks, to beach destinations, Ilocos is an all-in-one vacation spot!...Learn More
Sagada is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the Philippines especially for those who love trekking, spelunking, rappelling, and rock climbing. Its mountainous regions are perfect for these kinds of activities, but this is not all that Sagada has to offer...Learn More
Coron has a lot to offer the tourist, including white sandy beaches, limestone formations, coral gardens, sheltered lakes, coves and the Maquinit Hot Springs, Japanese naval wrecks from World War II, to name a few. Because of these attractions, Coron has transformed to be an underwater haven for avid divers and snorkelers, taking in all the beauty that lays underneath the sea and other majestic sites...Learn More
Surrounded by a vast expanse of lahar-filled valleys, boulders the size of cars, and inhabited by a number of local Aeta tribes people, Mt. Pinatubo offers a breathtaking view of a hidden lake inside its crater – definitely an enchanting reward for intrepid explorers and trekkers...Learn More
Legazpi City (locally spelled as Legaspi), in the heart of the Bicol Region, is the home of the peerless cone-shaped Mayon Volcano and the jump- off point to the world- famous Whaleshark interaction in Donsol (locally known as Butanding).Learn More
One of Puerto Princesa’s main tour attraction and a source of pride for the locals is the Subterranean River National Park. The site features a very spectacular limestone landscape display in its navigable underground river, which flows directly to the sea. The underground river represents a habitat for conservation biodiversity.Learn More
We're thrilled to announce that e-Philippines Adventure Travel and Destination - Private Day Tours has been selected for the 2016 Certificate of Excellence, reflecting the consistently great reviews they've earned on TripAdvisor...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.
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