An Overnight Stay at Sundowners Vacation Villas!

Bolinao is a 5-hour drive from Manila and is famous for its Patar white beach, Bolinao waterfalls, and delicious seafood! One of the most coveted place to stay at Bolinao is the Santorini inspired vacation villas – Sundowners! Advertisements

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Bird Watching at Olango Wildlife Sanctuary

Cebu proves that its beauty is not limited to underwater allure. Olango Wildlife Sanctuary supports the largest concentration of migratory birds found in the Philippines! The sanctuary is where an estimated 40,000 birds refuel before flying to Japan, China, and other neighboring countries.

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Moalboal – Dolphins, Fishes, and Millions of Sardines!

Moalboal is the best diving spot I’ve visited so far. From dolphins, different underwater creatures, the million sardine run, (and turtles if you’re lucky) – Moalboal has it and you can see all of those in a 3-4 hour island hopping tour!

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Kawasan Falls – Everything You Need To Know!

Kawasan Falls is one of the most famous waterfalls in the Philippines. You can relax in its chilly waters and enjoy the cool breeze coming from the falls, or if you are looking for an adventure, go canyoneering!

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Things to do in Baguio!

There are lots of activities to do in Baguio which can fit a two-day or even a whole-day itinerary. Read along this list to take note on the things that should do on your next Baguio visit!

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The best place to stay in Baguio!

True to its name, Guest Haven is truly a guest haven! The ambiance of the place is rustic, warm, and peaceful; combine it with the cool Baguio breeze – it’s really an ideal place for relaxation.

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10 Things not-to-miss in Cebu!

Cebu is packed with countless of wonderful places to visit, exciting things to do, and delectable food to eat! Upon spending 4 days in Cebu, travelling from Lapu-Lapu, to Cebu City, Oslob and Moalboal – I’ve come up with a list of the 10 things you should not miss when visiting Cebu!

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Ciudad ti Bigan – Vigan

Vigan is Ilocos Sur’s capital, it is a small city with huge hospitality and patriarchy. Vigan remained to be one of the few UNESCO world heritage sites wherein old structures are conserved and well-kept. It is also well known for its cobblestone streets and unique architectures.

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