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I have to be honest that getting to Merloquet Falls is not as easy as you imagined it to be. It’s far. Really far. And for all the right reasons, we were just as glad to have the trip arranged by iTravel Tourist Lane. Merloquet Falls is secreted away...

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Liloan, Southern Leyte is no stranger to frequent travelers driving from Luzon to Mindanao. Since the 1980s, Liloan Ferry Terminal has been one of the vital links that connect our archipelagic geography. And in between Eastern Visayas & Northern Mindanao, its port stands as the oldest known gateway to...

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Don’t leave your fantasies of flying only to your dreams because you can do it wide-awake by paragliding in Cagayan de Oro City! And through tandem flights with top-brass paragliders, you don’t even have to worry about committing to trainings or needing prior flying experience. Flying has always been...

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On the other side of Mt. Pinatubo is a hotbed of adventure, meandering landscape & all-natural pampering. Swathed in volcanic overtones, Puning Hot Spring is a gorgeous place to spend a day’s escapade into Pampanga’s sun-drenched getaway. More than two decades after Mt. Pinatubo’s cataclysmic eruption, Pampanga has obviously...

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For all of Zamboanga Peninsula’s tourist brochure allures, Villa Angelina Luxury Suites is one that’s tough to top. And because there’s nothing fabulously like it on this side of Mindanao, it’s truly what any sophisticated traveler could say, redefining ZamPen vacation. Villa Angelina Luxury Suites is the opulent wing...

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To call Pagudpud as the Boracay of the North is a ghastly allusion. Pagudpud is beautiful on its own — quiet, rustic, quite hard to reach & its beaches are not a cesspool. It’s neither the prettiest nor the most exciting. But it’s worth the long drive up north....

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For all its friendliness, quaint town romance & encompassing acceptance of the diversity of humankind, Tabaco City prides itself as Bicol’s City of Love. Here, this affection is as hot as its chili, as easy breezy as its coastal fringes & as heartwarming as you can imagine. I have...

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It surely took a lot of chutzpah & confidence for Catanduanes to herald a catchphrase “The Happy Island”. Yes, it may sound lighted-hearted & prosaic but it also bears a heavy promise of an emotion that is part science, part art & part luck. It’s always the question why...

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If virgin & crowdless beaches sparkling with fine white sand are your kind of island getaway, then come to Baobawon Beach now before more tourists start flocking in. Yes beachbums, Baobawon Beach is probably one of those real beachy-goodness spots that no one tells you about. It is tucked...

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Have you snapped a selfie in some of the churches in northern Philippines? Scroll through your camera rolls now because you might just win P10,000 plus a brand new iPhone X in the Churches of the North Photo Contest! Yes peeps, finally our selfies get a prize! Victory Liner,...

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Long before those posh beach resorts in Boracay, Bohol & Palawan came to fame, there was already Dakak Park & Beach Resort in Dapitan. And this 80s pioneer in all-inclusive holiday getaways has been inching its way up in the recent years with a stunning comeback. Titos & titas...

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Two things to remember when traveling around Irosin in Sorsogon: natural springs & pili nuts. Save for some pretty roadside sights like emerald ricefields & silhouetted mountainscape, this town is otherwise quiet. Irosin is at the heart of Sorsogon landlocked by the towns of Bulan, Bulusan, Juban, Santa Magdalena...

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Jimenez may be a faded has-been of a town in Misamis Occidental but it is in its timeworn character that blushes of sepia mood become a rare brilliance. It is quiet & nonchalant, beautifully candid in its folksy ambience. But how could a town brimming with century-old treasures not...

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Somewhat charming. Somewhat quiet. Somewhat secret. This is Alabat Island, a small town in Quezon Province that basks on gentle landscapes & dwelled by genteel people. It is rustic & old-world, seemingly riddled with anonymity. But it is in its wonderful invisibility to the wingding of tourism that keeps...

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