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Najandig Peak

Jul 18 , 2022

The views along the hike are stunning and about half way up there is a steep trail down to a small waterfall. We carried on to the top of the hill where we rested and enjoyed the views while we had a picnic. Najandig is a baranguay in the Municipality of Zamboangita with is about a 45 minute drive south from Dumaguete. The road to Najandig is about 15km long and is part concrete, dirt and rock which can be difficult to pass in places after heavy rain. We have used both a habal habal and 4 wheel drive vehicle to drive to the village. The main hike from the village is about 3.5km long and starts at an altitude of 530m and finishes at 990m high or a 460m climb. You will need to sign in at the ranger station about 0.5km from the village before proceeding. The hike is along a dirt track and wasn’t difficult to walk along even after a little rain.


Man Made Forest

Jul 03 , 2022

The Man-made forest at Bacong is one of a kind place, you can see the freshness of the nature and feel if your there. Located @ Timbanga,Bacong Negros Oriental 30min Ride from San Miguel, Bacong It can access 4 wheel vehicle .   The place just beside the road . Enjoy and Relax



Jun 28 , 2022

WHAT CAN YOU DO AT CEBU SAFARI & ADVENTURE PARK? Come and experience the thrill and excitement of the WILD. From tigers to the species of the African Savanna, to meerkats and apes, and from the vast orchid collection in Michel’s Garden to the Gardens of the world, connect with animals and nature and learn how you can help conserve the planet. The Park also caters to adventure seekers! Dare to conquer one of the longest and highest Ziplines in the country at 1.3 kms. long and 671 m. above sea level, ride on the Giant Swing, and cycle your way in the sky with our Sky Bike. Get your gear on and ride mountainous terrain with our ATV, too. Live your adventures in the WILD! View All   DON’T GET LOST, GET YOUR OWN COPY OF OUR SAFARI MAP The Cebu Safari & Adventure Park is the premier Safari park in the Philippines located in Northern Cebu. It is over 170-hectare property that features more than a thousand animals from 120 different species, but worry not because you will get yourself a handy-dandy map before the start of your tour     BRING THE WHOLE GANG OR FAMILY AND ENJOY! Hey, hey, hey kids and kids at heart! Tag along the entire family! No one will be left behind in our epic new normal adventure! Don’t forget your masks and shields! See you in the WILD! View All   WANT TO TAKE A QUICK PEEK? Curious on what our animals are up to when no one is around, too? Watch out for the streaming that will give you a glimpse of the wonders that await you in the WILD. View All   HEAR WHAT EVERYONE HAS TO SAY As our valued guests, you are a huge part of why we continue to do what we do – promoting nature & wildlife conservation and providing an enjoyable experience for people. We are delighted to read about your experience and adventure in the WILD!


Gracey Dive Resort And Restaurant

Jul 07 , 2022

  COME & DIVE WITH US at GRACEYS DIVE RESORT Check out our SPECIAL DISCOUNTED OFFERS, PROMO COURSES & FUN DIVE PACKAGES! We have discounted rates & All-inn dive packages FUN DIVES 3 Fun Dives in APO ISLAND P5,999.00/Pax Minimum of 4 pax INCLUSIVE: 1 night and 2 days Accommodation (Twin Share Room A/C) Scuba diving equipment Sanctuary fees Use of resort facilities 3 Fun Dives in DAUIN SANCTUARY P4,499.00 INCLUSIVE: 1 night and 2 days Accommodation (Twin Share Room A/C) Scuba diving equipment Sanctuary fees Use of resort facilities All in-house dive guests have 10% off on the menu in our resort restaurant DIVER COURSES RAID OPEN WATER 20 COURSE P18,000.00 PADI OPEN WATER COURSE P22,000.00 INCLUSIVE: 3 nights and 4 days Accommodation (Twin Share Room A/C) Scuba diving equipment Instructor fee Sanctuary fees Pool training Use of resort facilities Contact us for further information and reservations: Mobile# 09395040865 TM #09168525194 TM#09753215141


Cambugahay Falls

Jun 28 , 2022

How To Get To Cambugahay Falls Siquijor Cambugahay Falls Siquijor is one of the best waterfalls in the Philippines. It was our favourite spot on the island, and here’s all the info for visiting. Cambugahay Falls Siquijor is located towards the East side of the island and is around a 40 minute drive from Paliton Beach. The best way to get around Siquijor is to rent scooters for around 350 Pesos per day and explore. If you’re not confident on scooters there are always locals hanging around on trikes, just make sure to barter the price before you ride. Simply head along the south coastline and follow the signs, or google maps, to reach one of the best waterfalls in the Philippines. For those short on time, or that prefer everything to be organised for them, there are some awesome tours on Get Your Guide available to book in advance. Cambugahay Falls Opening Hours Daily: 7am – 5pm


The Ruins

Feb 23 , 2022

The Ruins (Talisay) was the ancestral mansion of the family of wealthy sugar baron Don Mariano Ledesma Lacson built on a 440 hectare sugar plantation in Talisay City, Negros Occidental in the early 1900s in memory of his Portuguese wife Maria Braga Lacson, who died during the birth of their eleventh child. During World War 2, Filipino guerillas burned it down as a countermeasure to prevent the invading Japanese forces from using it as a military office. It burned for 3 straight days The ruins is an example of brilliant architecture. Located on a sugar plantation in the Negros Occidental province of the Philippines, WWII Filipino guerrillas employed by the US Armed forces intentionally set the building on fire in order to prevent invading Japanese forces from being able to use the building as a headquarters. The intention was to burn it to the ground. it is in the private ownership of the great-grandchildren of Don Mariano Ledesma Lacson and Cora Maria Osorio Rosa-Braga. They have preserved it in its ruined state, amidst operational farmland, as a tourist attraction that can be visited for a fee or hired for events. It is open to daily visitors from 8am to 8pm for a small entrance fee of PHP100 for adults, PHP 50 for students, and PHP20 for children   Landline: (034) 476-9448 Mobile: +63 (939) 2985657   More Details Here


Bantayan Island

Feb 20 , 2022

Bantayan is the main and largest island of the Bantayan island group that lies close to the geographical centre of the Philippine archipelago. Lawis was the old name of Madridejos. Even today people still use the name "Lawis", meaning "promontory", the portion carved out to constitute the municipality of Madridejos being the peninsula located on the northern side of Bantayan island facing the Visayan Sea. During the time of governor Sebastián Hurtado de Corcuera (1635–1644), the Visayas were continually harassed by the Moros[citation needed], who wreaked dreadful havoc, capturing, massacring, robbing, sacking churches, and burning everything there was. The kota (cota or cuta = fort) also built in 1630. Blowing of the budyong [a] served as signal of the coming of the Moros. A watch tower was built in Kaongkod, a barrio about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) from the fort. It is the place from where the approach of the Moros could easily be seen, to give a timely warning to the townsfolk of their coming. All watchtowers on Bantayan were built by Fr. Doroteo Andrada del Rosario[citation needed], parish priest of Bantayan in the 19th century (Moro attacks were worst around 1840s).[citation needed] The general scenery of Lawis was that of a quiet place, of virgin grounds covered by small shrubs and lantana. When more people discovered Lawis and flocked to it, the place became a visita.[6] In 1917 the pueblo Lawis became a municipality named Madridejos.[7] This was the name given to the third town of Bantayan island in honour of Benito Romero de Madridejos the former archbishop of Cebu.[citation needed] [b] The town's feast day is celebrated annually on 8 December.  



Feb 20 , 2022

Due to the onset of COVID-19 in the country and in the Cordillera Mountains, restrictions have been imposed on leisure travel. As the country and the Sagada community gradually move forward to economic recovery, tourism in Sagada is also slowly reopening. Given the current pandemic, certain restrictions are still put in place to hamper any potential outbreaks within the community. Given this, visitors are required to be registered in the UMALI KAYO Registration Portal if they are planning to visit Sagada. You may check answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) by clicking here.


Fort San Pedro

Feb 20 , 2022

Fort Santiago (Spanish: Fuerte de Santiago; Filipino: Kutà ng Santiago), built in 1571, is a citadel built by Spanish navigator and governor Miguel López de Legazpi for the new established city of Manila in the Philippines. The defense fortress is located in Intramuros, the walled city of Manila. The fort is one of the most important historical sites in Manila. Several lives were lost in its prisons during the Spanish Empire and World War II. José Rizal, one of the Philippine national heroes, was imprisoned here before his execution in 1896. The Rizal Shrine museum displays memorabilia of the hero in their collection and the fort features, embedded onto the ground in bronze, his footsteps representing his final walk from his cell to the location of the actual execution. It is only a few meters away from the Manila Cathedral and the Palacio del Gobernador  In 1714, the ornate gate of Fort Santiago was erected together with some military barracks.[9] The Luzon earthquakes of 1880, which destroyed much of the city of Manila, destroyed the front edifice of the fort changing its character. During the leadership of Fernándo Valdés y Tamon in the 1730s, a large semicircular gun platform to the front called media naranja (half orange) and another of lesser dimensions to the river flank were added to the Bastion of Santa Barbara. The casemates were then filled in and embrasures closed. He also changed the curtain wall facing cityward to a bastioned front. A lower parapet, bordering the interior moat, connects the two bastions.


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