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Go snorkeling, diving, and even surfing at this eco-tourism resort.
Hitting the beach doesn't always have to mean getting on a plane and flying to one of the Philippines' beautiful island destinations. There are already a lot of beach resorts near Metro Manila, which you can easily reach in a few hours
You can practice your archery skills here, too!
Moalboal in Cebu is famous for its underwater paradise, especially when you get to dive into its crystal-clear waters and witness the famous sardine run. Aside from snorkeling and diving, island-hopping and turtle watching are also famous activities in this town.Need a
Get closer to nature without having to rough it.
When talking about camping, you'd probably picture scenes from Survivor, Man vs. Wild, or The Island with Bear Grylls. These reality shows, of course, are exaggerated versions of your own camping trips. But sometimes, you just don't want to deal with pitching
It's located in the farms of Bukidnon.
Offering the convenience of electricity and a bed alongside the ruggedness of nature, glamping has become a growing trend for travelers everywhere. You have glamp tents by the lake, up the mountains, and along the beach. But a campsite in Bukidnon has
Talk about camping with a view.
The site's newest accommodation option is the air-conditioned Triangle Tribal Hut (P1,799), which is good for two. All campers share a communal restroom and have access to the rest of the resort, including the swimming pool, bonfire, and the Tiki Bar. There
It's the newest glamping trend.
The ongoing pandemic is causing a shift in the way we travel. People now opt for private villas to somehow make sure that they're not exposed to the virus. Others, however, take physical distancing to a whole new level by just traveling
It's away from the maddening crowd of the surf town.
Siargao, in the last few years, has transformed from being a secret paradise and into a destination that's on practically everyone's bucket list. Bars open until late, surf spots are crowded, and the island life isn't as idyllic anymore. But Punta Punta
Plus, you can go stargazing before you sleep.
The Cordilleras often bring to mind a sea of clouds, pine tree-scented breeze, and chilly weather that can make your spine tingle (in a not-horror-movie kind of way). It's home to several hiking trails, including paths to the summits of Mt. Ulap
No need to get down and dirty to go camping.
If you’re looking to relax and unplug from your busy city life, why not go glamping? A shortened term for "glamorous camping," it has all the perks of a relaxing escape out into nature without having to give up all the basic
It's the first of its kind in the Philippines!
Ever wanted a break from your hectic life? Picture this: You escape from the city, you go on an adventure, you lay down under the stars and appreciate what the earth has to offer, unbothered and undisturbed. It doesn’t mater if you’re
The tents are very #aesthetic.
In the last few years, glamping—a portmanteau of the words "glamour" and "camping"—has become a chic alternative to camping out. The tents have mattresses, the surroundings have swimming pools and well-manicured lawns, and distilled water and electricity are easily available. What’s not
It offers a stunning sunset view.
The reputation of Siquijor, an island province in Central Visayas, is one that is surrounded with mystique. It doesn't help that a 400-year-old balete tree straddles its main highway, often scaring off guests with its fascinating tales of spirits and ghosts. But
There are plenty of other ways to celebrate.
While some couples prefer the classic setup of a romantic candlelit dinner, others may not be too happy burning a hole in their pockets for a five-course meal. Because really, who needs a reservation at some fancy restaurant when there are plenty
Travel photographer Kimi Juan lets us in on her picturesque adventures.
Want to go on a trip with us? Don’t worry, there’s no need to pack your bags for this one.Style Bible had a quick chat with travel photographer and blogger Kimi Juan who has mastered the art of scoring double-taps with her