Ecotourism, Lakes, Tarlac

Mount Pinatubo Crater Lake

It’s December, and while everybody else is partying their hearts out, we thought it would be a fine time to visit Mount Pinatubo Crater Lake. Our trek to this magnificent volcano was a great trip to end the year. I’ve seen the crater lake in pictures so many times before, but it’s nothing like seeing it with my own eyes. Continue Reading

Bohol, Ecotourism

Bohol offers tourists so many pleasant experiences, from its chocolate hills to its white beaches, visitors are treated to endless surprises. Bohol is one of the top tourist destinations in the Philippines, and why not? Bohol has everything a tourist would look for in a tropical getaway. On top of it all, Bohol trips are fairly inexpensive, organized and complemented by the hospitality of the Boholanos. Continue Reading

Bohol, Ecotourism

Our dolphin watching trip on Bohol Sea started very early in the morning, so we were up before the sun was up. When we arrived at Baclayon Pier, the sun was just peeking on the horizon. Feeling the fresh air on your skin and smelling the sweet smell of the sea, combined with witnessing the sun rise above the sky, make you look forward to the day’s adventure.

Bohol Dolphin Watching, Pamilacan Island Tour
Dolphin-watching boat departed as the sun started to rise


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Bohol, Ecotourism, Foodtrip, Restaurants

Loboc River Cruise is one of the should-not-be-missed destinations in Bohol, where the famed floating restaurants can be found. The boat ride starts from a point close to Loboc Church, and from there, it is an hour or so boat ride upstream that ends near a small waterfalls locally known as “Busay Falls.”

Loboc River Cruise, Bohol
Restaurant boats docked and ready for new passengers for the Loboc River cruise.

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