Mt. Maculot

Cuenca, Batangas

Great Sta. Cruz Island

Zamboanga, City

Star Fish Island

Honda Bay, Puerto Prinsesa, Palawan

Calaguas Island

Camarines Norte, Bicol


Celebration of Sto. Nino Festivals in the country

Thursday, February 27, 2014

Panagbenga 2014: Inspiring the Community for a Greener Tomorrow

Panagbenga Festival also known as the Flower Festival is one f the famous festivals in the Philippines that is being celebrated in the whole month of February. Panagbenga Festival is celebrated in Baguio City as a tribute from the devastating earthquake last 1990. Millions of locals as well as the tourists visit Baguio City to witness the said event. 


Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Ardent Hibok-Hibok Hot Spring | Camiguin

Ardent hot Spring

Located at the foot of Hibok-Hibok Volcano that is considered the most recent active volcanoes in Camiguin. Ardent is the famous hot spring in Camiguin. Soaking in hot spring is also therapeutic. The mineral content of the water gives a lot of therapeutic benefits. As such, hotspring also balances and harmonizes our bodymind naturally. It also dissolves our stress and tension leaving a relaxed body and soul while soak in water.

The temperature of water in every pool varies from 33 Degrees Centigrade to 38 Degrees Centigrade to answer every individual needs. Skin pores tend to open when exposed to warm water and advised to shower with cold water after swimming in the pool.

The smell of Sulfur Dioxide gas smells like a "rotten egg".  The higher the content, the more it will smell. The sulfuric content in the water varies from PH 6,4 to 7.2 

Sto. Nino Cold Spring

Sto Nino Cold Spring

Also part of the "7 Major Tourist Spots" in Camiguin with a spacious of 2-meter deep pool and from its name, composes with a very cold water that will refresh you from the hot weather. The pools also has a 2 slides and estimates a 7 to 9 feet deep once you slide towards the water. The crystal clear water of the pool gives you an idea that the place is well maintained. The pool also has a sandy floor that serves a massage as you walk and step on it. Though it is so cold, surely everybody will enjoy the place and it will definitely quench your thirst because of the refreshing feeling that the place can give.

You can also do picnic inside since there are table available and you can also eat outside the premises to the restaurants/ "ihaw-ihaw" that offer big fish menus like Lapu-Lapu, Tanigue, Salamon, etc.

The Entrance is P25

To Get There:
Hire a "habal-habal" or multi-cab and tell to bring you to Sto. Nino Cold Spring.


Old Church Ruins | Camigiun

Old Church Ruins
Sited in Bonbon, Catarman, Camiguin

May 13, 1871

Cotta Bato, the capital of Camiguin Island was a quiet and attractive town verdant in its natural wonders. Its peaceful shores provided strolling grounds for inhabitants as they basked under a gracious moonlight.Suddenly....
Tranquility came to a halt as a sub-terranean rumbling sowed indescribable terror. Hundreds of houses and the churches crumbled into pieces, the ground rolled and broke into deep crevices with horrifying earthquake served only as a prelude in the destructive climax as cataclysm never witnessed before Mt. Volcano gave out its fiercest and most violent outbreak.
Cotta Bato was but a dreadful olle of ruins. The single volcanic eruption buried a beautiful town into obscurity.
Hundreds of lives were lost while the survivors sought refuge in the open country that gave them hope for tomorrow.

Enigma Tree House Ecolodge | Camiguin

Located in Barangay Balbagon, Mambajao.

When we arrived in Laguindingan Airport, we met Ms. Tanya who happens to be a very good friend of the owner, Ms Ros. Unfortunately when we arrived in Enigmata Lodge, Ms Ros in Manila and we were not able to extend the regards of her friend and we were quite worried because it was almost dark when we arrived at the place and thought of not being entertained and allowed to go inside and the owner was not there too,only the care taker. In our surprise, we were granted to explore the whole masterpiece without any cost at all.  The whole tree house is made of Acacia tree. Anywhere your eyes lead you, you will see a lot or masterpiece and work of art that will end up you saying "unbelievably amazing".



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