Oriental Mindoro province in the eastern half of Mindoro Island is Southern Tagalog’s primary food basket and tourist destination. The wide expanse of this land is made up of a network of towering mountains, labyrinthine caves, unspoiled waterways and captivating shores that are waiting for the brave and adventurous to come and embrace the mystery and excitement within.
Siargao Island is the premier surfing destination in the Philippines nestled in the pristine and preserved backdrop of the Surigao del Norte paradise. Fed by the mighty waves of the Pacific Ocean, this island presents itself as the Philippine alternative to Oahu and Tahiti.
Cavite is the historical capital of the Philippines and the closest province south of Manila. With its balanced mix of urbanity, natural beauty and history it is considered as the most accessible vacation getaway and refuge for those seeking a quiet life far from the bustling Manila metropolis.
Boac, the capital of Marinduque is being touted as the butterfly center of the Philippines due to the emergence of butterfly farms in the town. In order to promote the industry, the local government created the Bila-Bila Festival in conjunction with the Feast of the Immaculate Conception (the town’s patron saint) on December 8. On […]
The agricultural town of Mogpog in the northeastern portion of the island is indebted to their patron saint San Isidro Labrador for their annual harvests. To pay tribute to the saint and to the farmers whose tools labored the land for many months, the local government adopted the Kangga Festival which is celebrated annually to […]
Marinduque is an island province at the geographical center of the Philippines touted as an accessible and affordable alternative to Boracay. Find yourself embracing nature’s innate beauty and basking in the island’s rich and colorful history and cultural heritage without the hassle of distance and cost.
Usually, this island province is associated with the Moriones Festival, the trademark revelry and tourist magnet of the island.
Banton Island is a hidden paradise nestled in the heart of the Philippines, Romblon Province. It showcases untouched forests, pristine beaches, rich history, and a colorful culture and tradition found only on this side of the country yet far from the hustle and bustle of other tourist destinations like Boracay, Palawan and Puerto Galera.