Go Travel Archive
5 men, 3 months, 9 countries, and 45,000 pesos are what constituted a group of Pinoy (Filipino) Backpackers in their recent travel.
The virgin island of Lahuy can stretch upto 10 kilometers long. Lengthy stretches of fine white sand and friendly locals characterized the island. It is part of the Caramoan group of islands which has relatively remained isolated
“Everyone Can Travel.” This includes you and every single Filipino. [ Sago as well =) ] The Pinoy Backpacking Festival starting 6pm later will include free workshops, forums, and a booklaunch. It will also feature an exhibit
I and Sago just came back a few hours ago from a 30-minute delayed flight from Cebu. Although my first statement wasn’t too enthusiastic for a travel weblog, the 5-day Cebu experience was actually awesome; and skin-darkening
Sometimes also referred to as Kayangan Lake, this beautiful lake is one of Coron Islands‘ well known spots. More than once recognized as the cleanest lake in the Philippines, it’s underwater stalagmites-like structures and caves are even
Built in 2001, the Basilica Diamond Jubilee Pavilion is the external dome type hall located in the garden area of the about-two-decades-older Basilica Minore of Our Lady of Penafrancia. In a jestful context, some friends would refer
Built with large coral stones and ‘baked’ bricks from 18th to 19th century, Paoay Church is also included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Also formally known as St. Augustine Church in Paoay, Ilocos Norte.
Mt. Hibok Hibok is one of the 7 volcanoes in Camiguin Island located off Mindanao’s northern shores. Being the only active volcano in the island its slopes can pose a challenge for the mountain climber to reach