Here is my list of 10 Most Beautiful Waterfalls in the Philippines. The list includes both the famous and not so famous ones. However, all of them, save Maria Christina Falls are not fully developed and there are no structures that could annoy nature lovers. 10. Laligan Falls, […]
2009. At Philippine Eagle Center, Davao City. I almost died.
This is Bato Sumpit Hidden Falls in Igtuble, Tubungan, Iloilo. It is very small yet very mighty, ravaging and dangerous for swimming. I will not dare swim here 🙂 Story to follow.
OK, Ilo-Ilo is the birth place of many famous dishes like pansit molo and lapaz batchoy. And this makes Ilo-ilo a culinary haven. And since I have nothing to do that day, I pig-out to get a taste of Ilo-Ilo. My food tasting is surely a very short […]
This is Aliwagwag Falls in Cateel, Davao Oriental. Aliwagwag Falls is known as the Philippines’ tallest and longest water falls. It has 85 cascades and measures more than a thousand feet. It looks like a stairway to heaven and it is very relaxing because of its azure blue […]
This is Passig Islet in Barangay Bato, Sta Cruz, Davao Del Sur. This less than a hectare islet is now converted into a resort owned and operated by the local government of Davao Del Sur. Story to follow. HOW TO GET TO PASSIG ISLET To get to Passig […]
This is the World’s Largest and longest Wooden Rosary located in Christ the King Cathedral in Tagum City, Davao Del Norte. Each bead weighs 35kgs and is made of iron wood. Story to follow.
This is the Gardens of Malasag Eco-tourism Village in Cagayan De Oro City. All photos here were captured using a cellphone camera. I visited Gardens of Malasag last July, 2, 2012. RELATED POSTS: Cagayan De Oro | Mapawa Nature Park Cagayan De Oro | Saint Agustine Metropolitan Cathedral