I never exactly thought that there exists such a beautiful spot near my home.
Big-ot Falls is located in Brgy. San Isidro, Hilongos, Leyte. It has become popular to the Hilongosnons earlier this year when the incumbent Mayor, Hon. Albert Villahermosa, visited the place. When the visit was shared online, Big-ot Falls has become the talk of the town.
Big-ot Falls is not yet popular to people outside of Hilongos. I am also thinking of keeping it away from the outside world to preserve it, but it is too difficult not to blog about its pristine beauty. It really was captivating. ❤
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Canigao Island is a name I grew up hearing. It is a famous island among my family and friends because Canigao is only 2 towns away from my home town. It’s not until I am 23 that I decided to finally travel there and witness what everyone keeps talking about: Canigao’s pristine beauty and well-rounded adventure.
Continue reading “8 Reasons Why Canigao Island is Leyte’s Well-rounded Island Paradise (With Travel Guide and Summary of Expenses)”
Being a student leader before, I was always very eager to join summits and conferences that would help shape up all the advocacy that I campaign for. Aside from that, summits and conferences that I join would always allow me to create a new network of intelligent and outstanding student leaders that in the long run would somehow become my good friends.
For the year 2014, I was able to become one of the representatives of the Philippines for Make a Difference (MaD) Asia 2014 in Hong Kong. Continue reading “Looking Back: Make a Difference (MaD) Asia 2014 in Hong Kong”
Last September this year, my friends and I decided to explore the famous spots of Negros Island since many of our friends are from there. I am very thankful to have made this decision because our Negros adventure was absolutely one of the best trips of my life.
The newly hailed Negros Island of the Philippines is graced with so many wonders of nature. In our 2-day trip, we already visited a falls, a small island, and a nature park! How cool and swift is that? We get to trek, climb, walk, swim, jump, pumpboat ride, and many more challenging activities.
Continue reading “Negros Province Escapade: Dumaguete, Valencia, and Apo Island (With Itirenary and Travel Guide)”
Located at the Southern part of Negros Island, Apo Island continues to attract tourists because of its healthy and protected marine life. It is popularly known for its friendly Sea Turtles who accommodate people very congenially.
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Valencia is blessed with so many natural spots. Casaroro Falls is just a manifestation of how blessed Valencia is.
Since we only traveled on foot, I cannot say how much would be the fare to and from Casaroro Falls. I can only tell that from The Forest Camp to Casaroro Falls, it took us 2 to 3 hours on foot. Continue reading “Casaroro Falls: The Enchanting and Challenging Pristine Falls in Valencia”
Take nothing, but pictures;
leave nothing, but footprints;
kill nothing but time.
-The Forest Camp
Valencia, a first class municipality of the newly-hailed Negros Province, is home to many wonders of nature. It can offer you pristine falls, rocky rivers, virgin forests, and relaxing hot springs. With that, during our Negros Trip, we listed Valencia as the first municipality to visit and we listed Valencia’s best nature park as our first stop.
Ten to fifteen minutes away from the Valencia town proper lies The Forest Camp Nature Park. True to its name, it is a unique and well-developed nature resort surrounded with trees, a river, rocks, bamboo rooms and function halls, natural pools, and many others.
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Mt. Naupa has become popular to mountaineers, campers, and trekkers since last year. We got curious about it, that is why, when my friends invited me to have a camping trip to Mt. Naupa, I did not hesitate to come!
We decided to pack our bags and spend our September 24th and 25th at the top of the mountain. That’s a weekend, of course. We wanted to see how the sundown and sunup would look like from the top so we decided to start our trip at noon and rode a bus to Minglanilla, Cebu.
Continue reading “Mt. Naupa: Another Friendly Peak at the South (With Travel Guide and Summary of Expenses)”
If there is a Rookie Island Award for last year, I would say that Kalanggaman Island would be nominated for it. This gorgeous island has caught the attention of the country starting 2013 and the number of people visiting it has been growing ever since.
This summer 2016, my friends and I decided to personally witness the beauty of this island and discover why Filipinos have included this in the list for the must-visit islands of the Philippines.
This blog is not just created to share our island experience. This is also a travel guide to Kalanggaman Island. Take notes and enjoy!
Continue reading “Kalanggaman Island: Palompon’s Pride (2-day Itinerary and Travel Guide)”
It is a place that I love my whole heart. I would have to say that I grew up here since I oftenly visit because my ancestry grew up here and my grandparents are still living here up to this day. Today, we are maintaining a permanent residence in this gracious barangay.
In some jokes, they call it “New Town”. For kids who still cannot speak clearly, they call it; “Umbayan”. It is my pleasure to introduce to you Brgy. Bagumbayan of Hilongos, Leyte.
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