Dumaguete is the largest city in Negros Oriental making it the province’s capital city. It also is the principal seaport and gateway to different tourist spots in the whole of Negros, including some of the best dive sites in the Philippines.
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Bacolod lives up to its name as the City of Smiles. After all, with so many things you can do, how can you not smile?
Cebu is one of the few places where history meets modern and blends so well together that you can step from one heritage attraction to another without seeing and feeling the stark difference.
Zip lining could make you feel like having the power to fly above the trees thus it can be both very exciting and horrifying. But the fear can go away once you can be used to it
The quaint city of Silay is situated at the northern part of the Sugar Land, Negros Occidental. It was the center of culture and arts in Negros during its golden days. European architecture is very evident in the carefully preserved houses and mansions in Silay that is why it is often dubbed as the "Paris of Negros".
A highly urbanized city, Butuan City serves as the heart of administrative, commercial and industrial activities in the Caraga Region. It is the gateway to Northern Mindanao connecting the cities of Davao, Cagayan de Oro and Surigao.
Considered to be one of the most beautiful biodiverse islands in the world, the Island of Bantayan is true representation of what a paradise is all about. Some people even call it Cebu’s version of the world-famous Boracay Island, minus the flock of tourists and obnoxious late-night parties. But for me, it’s simply the Island Paradise we all love, no more, no less.
Situated approximately 125 km south of Cebu, Sumilon Island is a 24-hectare coral island surrounded by azure seas and a shifting white sandbar. This island is a refuge by the fisherfolk who are, unfortunately, stranded by storms and squalls.
The Saulog Festival in Tagbilaran City, Bohol is an annual cultural affair honoring St. Joseph the Worker. The Saulog Festival was inspired from the local word “saulog” which means “to celebrate” or “to commemorate“. The first Saulog Festival was held in April 2013.