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

Immaculate Natural Sculpture of Kapurpurawan Rock Formation

TEXT & PHOTO: Kaycie Gayle If you are into sculptures then you would know how intricate and laborious it is and how carving and shaping would take time in order to produce a masterpiece. If a sculpture made by hands is something that you appreciate then most probably you would be more awed when you see a sculpture shaped naturally. Interested in seeing the natural … Continue reading Immaculate Natural Sculpture of Kapurpurawan Rock Formation

Short yet Scenic Crossing on the Pinacanauan River

PINACANAUAN RIVER, CAGAYAN- Out of sight, out of mind as the old adage goes. They say you will easily forget the ones you have seen just for a short time but sometimes these short ones leave an impact the most and become memorable. As I am browsing old files, I’ve seen souvenir photos on my trip to Cagayan Province some years ago and has reminded … Continue reading Short yet Scenic Crossing on the Pinacanauan River

Stress Lesson at Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center

Fear and anxiety are what I experience whenever I see a reptile but one of the lists of spots to visit in the itinerary is Crocodile Farm. I have heard a couple of stories about crocodile eating a man, so I am not really fond of seeing reptiles. Ironically, this time, I just have to visit its haven to appreciate it. Facade Main building Formerly … Continue reading Stress Lesson at Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center