CEBU: Swimming with the Oslob Whale Sharks : A Travel Guide

I wish I could say I enjoyed swimming with the Oslob whale sharks last week, but truth is, I didn’t. I am happy for Oslob, these gentle giants locally called tuki caused a huge buzz in the Philippines which is a big help to the tourism revenue of  the once sleepy town. But I am saddened by what I saw; the chaos …

PALAWAN: Coron Travel Guide (Budget + Itinerary)

Coron in Palawan has been dropping jaws for years.  This island is blissfully ringed by bone-white beaches and jade-colored lakes hemmed in by karst limestone hills. This is why Coron attracts many travelers.   In 1998, the indigenous tribe of Tagbanua in Coron Island – ancestors of some of the oldest people in the Philippines – were awarded Certificate of Ancestral …

TINGLOY, BATANGAS: SEPOC ISLAND AND SOMBRERO ISLAND TRAVEL GUIDE

Anilao, Batangas, a barangay in the town of Mabini, has been lauded as one of the top diving sites in the world, and it’s easy to understand why. If you are a macro underwater photography enthusiast, this is a dream spot because it is peppered with underwater critters, nudibranchs and a variety of colorful fishes. Anilao reefs and marine life …