Philippine Tarsier and Wildlife Sanctuary

Philippine Tarsier and Wildlife Sanctuary

Known to be the second smallest primate in the world, the Philippine tarsier has been attracting people across the globe to visit Bohol just to see it. This primate is endemic to the Philippines and known for its small body with big eyes. Trivia about the Philippine Tarsier Due to the Philippine tarsier’s rarity, conservationists master their traits to ensure that they are properly protected … Continue reading Philippine Tarsier and Wildlife Sanctuary

ATV Ride in Chocolate Hills, Bohol

ATV Ride in Chocolate Hills, Bohol

TEXT & PHOTO: Kaycie Gayle Chocolate hills is mostly viewed from the top, but another way to see the famous hills is going to the rugged terrain plains to see it up close. A better way to explore it from the lowland is through having an Eco-adventure tour by riding an ATV (All-terrain vehicle). Before heading to the viewing deck to have a bird’s eye … Continue reading ATV Ride in Chocolate Hills, Bohol

Spelunking in Sumaguing Cave, the deepest cave in the Philippines

TEXT: Kaycie Gayle Way to Sumaguing Cave Sumaguing Cave is known to be the deepest cave in the Philippines. This undeveloped and multi-chambered cave is often referred to as the ‘big cave’ in Sagada. It has been shaped naturally by water erosion and the wonders inside it has been millions of years. The way to this cave delights anyone who passes it as it offers … Continue reading Spelunking in Sumaguing Cave, the deepest cave in the Philippines

Patapat Viaduct Pagudpud Ilocos Norte Philippines

LEISURE DRIVE ALONG PATAPAT VIADUCT

Long drives may be boring and stressful at times however, driving can also turn into relaxing leisure given that you have a good view. For tired drivers, passing along Patapat Viaduct could be a reward as it gives drivers a majestic view. Patapat Viaduct is an elevated winding road set beside the coastal mountains. On one side you can see that it’s just several meters … Continue reading LEISURE DRIVE ALONG PATAPAT VIADUCT

4×4 Ride and Sandboarding at Paoay Sand Dunes, Ilocos Norte

TEXT & PHOTO: Kaycie Gayle On my travels, I would normally look for women-friendly activities like trying different cuisines, enjoying a staycation with a good view and learning more about the heritage and culture of the place. However, when I visited Ilocos, which is mostly known for heritage landmarks, I was able to go to a parched area that lies adjacent to Suba Beach and … Continue reading 4×4 Ride and Sandboarding at Paoay Sand Dunes, Ilocos Norte