Tag Archive: beach

Anda: Bohol’s Kept Secret (No More)

Bohol, the 10th largest island of the Philippines, has always been a fascination to both local and foreign travelers. Together with the islands of Palawan and Cebu, this island province has proven to… Continue reading

Malamawi Island (Basilan, PH)

“Looking at beauty in the world, is the first step of purifying the mind.” — Amit Ray, Meditation: Insights and Inspirations. During my 1st visit in the island province of Basilan wayback 2005,… Continue reading

Burot Beach (Batangas, PH)

“Life’s a beach” meaning life is nothing but wonderful, amazing… It is just like saying “Life is Good”. Who doesn’t like the beach? Well, at times it could be too sunshiny and sweaty and salty… Continue reading

Hinugtan Beach (Aklan, PH)

Found at the westernmost part of the province of Aklan is a quiet coastal town with natural wonders waiting to be explored. And if you adore off-the-beaten beaches and you are up for… Continue reading

Guisi Beach & Lighthouse (Guimaras, PH)

Guimaras  –  one of the smaller island provinces in the Philippines, has been dubbed as the Philippines “Mango Country”. Visitors who flock their way to the more touristy Iloilo and Bacolod cities, would… Continue reading

Umbrella Rocks (Agno, Pangasinan)

Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it. — Michelangelo Pangasinan is unquestionably one of those Philippine provinces blessed with seemingly… Continue reading

Kalanggaman Island (Palompon, Leyte)

““Let the sea water wet your feet, and the sand be your seat…” The moment I saw several photos of my friend on an island’s sand bar and its ever clear turquoise waters… Continue reading

Malcapuya Island (Palawan, PH)

“We must go beyond textbooks, go out into the bypaths and untrodden depths of the wilderness and travel and explore and tell the world the glories of our journey.” – John Hope Franklin… Continue reading

Capones Island (Zambales, PH)

Capones Island, a two-kilometer long, bone-shaped island, is located a few kilometers off the coast of Brgy. Pundaquit in San Antonio, Zambales. Originally called Isla Gran de Capon, this island is primarily rock-strewn and barren.… Continue reading

Anguib Cove (Cagayan, PH)

“Why do we love the sea? It is because it has some potent power to make us think things we like to think.” – Robert Henri Who does not love the sea? To… Continue reading