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Pinatubo's main attraction there is the Crater Lake, a very young waterbody formed only after the 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo. This ultramarine lake, with its clear, cool water is the perfect stop where, you can have lunch and relax. There are also options to go boating in the lake, though you can no longer swim in it. You have a few hours, depending on what time you take to reach, to take pictures of the amazing vistas of the lake and get refreshed before heading back to Capas and concluding the day long excursion.
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Sabang Beach is perhaps the most famous beach in Aurora. Tourists wanting to try surfing and pro surfers alike flock to this place. The waves are perfect for surfing beginners as well as those who already compete. There are several inns, restaurants and surf camps lined along the shore, you just have to choose.
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After the climbing the limestone and seeing the green lagoon in Matukad Island, we went to the next island - the Lahos Island. The island derived its name from a visayan word "Lahus" which means able to pass through-and-through. The short stretch of white sand is located between two huge limestone rocks so tourists can pass through either side of the island. There were a number of tourist in the island when I get there. I saw some props that were used by Survivor India in the island and some tourist were taking pictures to Indian cameraman. Unlike in Matukad Island, there are no trees can protect you from getting exposed to the sun but there is a portion in the island where there are small clusters of trees.
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Oslob lies in the southern part of the island and a fourth class municipality of the Province. Cebu was dubbed as a tourism hub of Philippines due to its vast one of a kind tourist attractions be it in southern or northern part. During December on the Feast of their patron saint, Oslob is celebrating their well known annual festival "Toslob Festival" from where the town gets its name. This municipality offers a variety attractions. Tumalog Waterfalls in Oslob is a 10 - 15 minutes ride away from the National Highway and a 2-3 Hours Bus ride from Cebu City South Bus Terminal. How to get there: Just take a Bus from South Bus Terminal bound to Oslob and take a habal - habal (Motorcycle) going to the waterfalls. Expenses: Bus Fare - P168.00 (One Way) Waterfall Entrance - Children - P10.00 and Adult - P20.00 Habal Habal (Single Motorcycle) - P60 (two way)
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Big lagoon is an sea water lake, into an island where you must go by boat, it is surrounded by a large rock wall cover by plants. Pictures aren't enough to tell you how surreal the experience is!
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Matukad Island is the first island that we visited. Its water and powdery white sand is really inviting but I was more interested in climbing towering limestone. My guide Tope did not inform that there is a hidden lagoon in this island but to be able to see the lagoon, one need to climb the sharp-edged limestones. This must be the reason why he did not inform me about this lagoon - scared that I might get hurt or worst fell off from the cliff. I learned about the lagoon after seeing some tourist coming down from the cliff. Then they told me about the lone milkfish living in the hidden lagoon. Because of curiosity, I climbed the rock and indeed there is a huge milkfish in the lagoon. A tourist told me about the legend of the 2 giant milkfish that used to live in the hidden lagoon. These fishes were considered sacred by the locals. Legend says that a fisherman caught one fish and bring it to his family. And then everyone who eats the fish died. Apart from seeing the milkfish in the lagoon, the panoramic view from the top of the lifestone is breath taking. The neighboring islets including Lahus island is visible from the top. I can say that this place a good site for camping. This island has the longest shore and there are plenty of trees that can provide tourists shade from heat of the sun and rain. I should have camp here if only I know that it is allowed.
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This boutique and resto in one is a recommended stopover for lunch or dinner when in El Nido. The boutique sells fine Philippine handicrafts and shirts with unique designs. The upper floor is allotted for the resto which serves hearty breakfast, bread, omelette and other Filipino dishes.
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Since it was already sunset, we were lucky that there was a lone trike that would get us to the viewing deck; otherwise, we would’ve missed the chance of seeing the beautiful Chocolate Hills.
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Sampaloc Lake is the largest and the most accessible among the seven lakes. It is near San Pablo City Hall, Cafe Lago and Tahanan ni Aling Meding.
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The Hunongan Cove is just located besides the famous Gota beach. This is run by the government of Camarines Sur and tourist who were not checking in in this resort is not allowed to step in. However, my tour guide Tope who happens to be a good friend of the manager already asked a permission to bring me to the island just for a while. So we landed on the island and surprisingly we were greeted by the security guard. Then after explaining, we were permitted to observe the place. I can tell that nobody was checking in at that time. Thedre were drie leaves scattered all over the place, but this added the natural beauty look of the island.
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Located at Alcoy. A bit crowded and you can see tents scattered around the shore.
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The next day at 1:00 PM we departed Bohol and boarded RORO going to Camiguin. It was a three-hour sea travel so we did nothing but sleep. We arrived in Camiguin at 4:00 PM. It was because we rested so much in the RORO, we did not directly go to our cottage instead we climbed the Katibawasan Falls. But we didn’t stay long because the closing time is 5:00PM only. This is the story of our Camiguin Tour. We were not anymore three wanderlust girls in exploring Camiguin but five super wild wanderlust girls. Leah and Grace followed us in Camiguin.
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On one such dive trip with Rocksteady, we met this amazing Australian couple! Sophie & Matt. We talked about travels, and relationships, the amazing water and clear skies. and we drank beer! Their absolute shock upon hearing we met on Tinder 1.5 years ago was hilarious, and really truly broke the ice! we drank to that, and to tinder! Turns out it's quite the conversation starter! We spent the rest of the day sunning ourselves, and went back to shore to meet up for dinner and drinks! Sophie and Tapas, my tinder man, work in the same field, so they bonded heaps over that too. Plus i had lived in Australia for a semester, so there was that!
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According to the locals, the island is named after a Japanese diver who unfortunately, died in the area. Here we swam and snorkeled, before we headed to our lunch.
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The Philippines is huge....

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Sure Philippines has its set of critical adversaries in forms of natural disasters and political turmoil....

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It will get you close to the nature and the beauty of the islands....

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We also got the chance to listen to them sing the Philippine National Anthem in the Eskaya dialect....

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Mt Pinatubo is worth checking out when you’re in the Philippines....

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But it’s easy to fall in love with the natural beauty of these islands....

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Blessed with beautiful white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, lush forests, stunning natural landforms, there is really no reason why you should not visit Philippines!...

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We have different packages to cater to pick-ups and drops from many points in the Philippines, be it Capas, Angeles or Manila....

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Within the Philippines sits the island of Luzon....

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Starting from immaculate beaches and awe-inspiring prodigy of nature toward stimulating remarkable sites, Philippines multitudes many thrilling stuff in your itinerary....

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According to Its More Fun In The Philippines for many years, the Philippines province of La Union has been claiming the title of the “Surfing Capital of the North.”...

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Philippines is virgin, stunningly beautiful and probably one of the most underrated destination....

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Please see Tarsiers in their natural habitat- Philippine Tarsier and Wildlife Sanctuary NOT along the Loboc River where they are kept in bad conditions and where they don't survive for long....

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Sierra beach has a fantastic natural beauty along with beautiful skyline....

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Pinatubo Volcano, a trip to the center of Earth Volcanic soil of Pinatubo, offer a stunning natural scenery....

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We left the Metro before 8am and after a 3-hour motorbike ride, we arrived at Victoria, Laguna where we merge with the rest of the team as we complete their “to bring” list....

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The scene would repeat itself many times during my stay in the Philippines....

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As the political and commercial capital of Cagayan province, Tuguegarao is a busy city full of the usual: pedestrians, trikes, jeepneys, markets and stores, lots of eateries, and plenty of street food to be found once the sun goes down....

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