Category: Regions

  • Journey Through Region IV-b MIMAROPA: A Cultural and Natural Paradise

    Journey Through Region IV-b MIMAROPA: A Cultural and Natural Paradise

    Embark on a captivating journey through Region IV-B MIMAROPA, a vibrant tapestry of cultural heritage and natural splendor. Nestled in the heart of the Philippines, MIMAROPA beckons travelers with its rich history, diverse traditions, and breathtaking landscapes. From the traditional arts and crafts of indigenous communities to the pristine marine biodiversity of its waters. This…

  • Central Luzon: Region III The Rich Cultural and Historical Heritage

    Central Luzon: Region III The Rich Cultural and Historical Heritage

    Central Luzon, also known as Region III, is a vibrant and culturally rich region in the Philippines. That boasts a diverse tapestry of history, traditions, and heritage. Situated in the heart of Luzon Island, this region holds significant historical importance. With remnants of colonial influences and battle sites that have shaped its identity. Featured Photo…

  • Region I in the Philippines: Exploring the Charm of Ilocos

    Region I in the Philippines: Exploring the Charm of Ilocos

    Nestled in the northern part of the Philippines, Region I. Also known as the Ilocos Region, is a land steeped in history, culture, and natural beauty. With its picturesque landscapes, colonial heritage, and distinct traditions. Ilocos offers a unique charm that captivates travelers from around the world. From the sandy shores of its coastlines to…

  • Catanduanes Philippines: Explore Pristine Waters and Beaches

    Catanduanes Philippines: Explore Pristine Waters and Beaches

    In the eastern part of Luzon, Catanduanes is an island known as “the land of howling winds”. The province is oftentimes on the way to the typhoons and cyclones that visit the country every year. But each day in Catanduanes is dynamic with surfers savoring large waves, beach lovers, the white sandy beaches to explore,…

  • Escape to the Pangasinan beaches

    Escape to the Pangasinan beaches

    Pangasinan beaches a place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life? So, aren’t you the lucky guy? There’s a gem somewhere north of Manila that offers a haven for those seeking quiet solitude. And that place is Pangasinan. Pangasinan is a province of coastal towns and beautiful beaches. Located 250km (or 5-6 hour’s…

  • Pangasinan

    Pangasinan

    Pangasinan is in northern Luzon and is famous for the beautiful Alaminos Island and Patal Beach in Bolinao. Would you like to see how the salt made? Head to the Pacific Saltworks, one of the largest salt suppliers in the country. You can cruise along the Balingasay River in Bolinao. One of the cleanest waters…

  • Bicol region: Visit the 6 Provinces and experience their amazing wonders

    Bicol region: Visit the 6 Provinces and experience their amazing wonders

    If you plan to tour the Philippines, confident to visit the Bicol province. Book a lodge in the city of Naga or any alternative city in six other provinces that is called “Bicolandia”. If you have the space and leisure, select the leading tour guide and try the provinces for a week. Visit each province…

  • Ilocos Sur Great Places of Worship

    Ilocos Sur Great Places of Worship

    Ilocos Sur Great Places of Worship, the Church of Santa Maria or “Church of the Assumption”. A UNESCO heritage site as one of the 4 Baroque churches in the Philippines. This places of worship has featured in many Filipino films, including the late Fernando Poe, Jr. (National Artist of the Philippines) starred, and produced. The…

  • Ilocos Sur Filipino culture: Finds the old reflections in northern Philippines

    Ilocos Sur Filipino culture: Finds the old reflections in northern Philippines

    For intrepid adventurers who love the ocean and local Filipino culture and haven’t been to the Philippines. Ilocos Sur is waiting for you to meet them. Located just north of Luzon, the largest island in the Philippine archipelago. The region comprises 7,100 islands and is accessible by plane in an hour from Manila’s main gate.…

  • Marinduque Island: Explore the Best 6 Attractions

    Marinduque Island: Explore the Best 6 Attractions

    Marinduque Island is a province in the Philippines, known for its unique Morions Music Festival. Tourists, locals, and foreigners flock to the island to take part in the colorful parade. The locals dressed in Morion costumes and masks. They also know the province for its multi-billion-dollar mining industry in the 1960s. Which caused an accident…

  • Marinduque Island: The Traveler Best Destination

    Marinduque Island: The Traveler Best Destination

    Marinduque a heart-shaped island in the southern region of Tagalog. Known for religious tourist attractions during the Lenten seasons. The province made waves in the tourism industry. The colorful, strange event called the Moriones Festival, besides religious occasions. They know the island as an alternative destination to Boracay and Palawan. Beautiful sandy beaches, wonderful caves,…