The Philippines has over 7,000 islands. But not all these islands are accessible by normal means. In fact, some of them, such as Seco Island remain raw, unadulterated, and almost unexplored.
White sand. Aquamarine water. Amazing seascapes. Delicious seafood. Welcome to the stunning Manjuyod Sandbar in Bais, Negros Oriental.
If you’re having a hard time choosing which of our tropical paradises to visit this summer, we recommend Canigao Island in Matalom, Leyte, Philippines. That is just what we did!
What followed a disappointing Cuatro Islas island hopping tour was an amazingly fun overnight stay in Digyo Island.
With more than 7,000 unique islands, the Philippines has more than 7,000 exciting adventures! Alas, none of that excitement happened in our latest sojourn in Cuatro Islas in Inopacan, Leyte, Philippines.
Naturalist and preservationist John Muir famously said, “The mountains are calling, so I must go.” The same goes for the sea. The siren call of the deep blue world is difficult to resist. After all, the unimaginable beauty, mystery, and danger under the waves captivates the mind. In many ways, that call originates from a simple, unassuming island, islet, or sandbar. In Moalboal, Cebu, the song of the sea emanates from rocky Pescador Island.
Postcards. That’s how we took our first glimpses of the beauty of the Philippines. Seeing these postcards of beaches, hills, mountains, and islands that adorn our country were our first steps in embracing a lifestyle of travel and adventure. And once again, we had the opportunity to visit another postcard-worthy, summer-perfect destination. This time, we buried […]