Board on hand, Noah walks across a small parchment of green turf as water sprays on the surface. He dips his feet on the lake – a ceremonial introduction between man and nature as they are about to dance to the tune of flat wood and rolling cables.
The city of Naga in the province of Camarines Sur are part of the Bicol Region. Found in the southern part of Luzon, it is a land of culture, business, history and tourism. Diverse in their offering, this part of town boasts of many natural wonders that can cater to anyone and everyone. Filled with warmth true to their hospitable nature, Bicolanos here are proud of their heritage, food and destinations.
Cagayan Valley is not your ordinary vacation destination in the Philippines. It isn’t the usual go-to vacay spot in the country, but it should make it to your list after discovering the best things to do in the vicinity of the “islands and valley of fun”.
Clark, Pampanga is the secondary gateway to Metro Manila and is envisioned to become Asia’s next premiere gateway. Frequent travelers often just pass by Clark to head on to their holiday destinations and overlook that Clark is a destination in itself and not just a gateway. There are so much exciting and interesting things to do in Clark and the nearby cities besides the amazing Kapampangan cuisine.
Dumaguete came from the Visayan word “Daguit” which means “to snatch” or “to capture”. According to ancient stories, Moro pirates would often snatch beautiful young women and children from the coastal town. But today, that is not anymore the case as tourists and guests are now the ones captured by the beauty of the city and of course the charm of the people. They don’t call it “The City of Gentle People” for nothing after all.