Tagged: Eco-tourism

Camp John Hay, Baguio City 0

Baguio: Camp John Hay’s 10 Places to Explore

A former military station of the United States Army established in the 1900s during the Philippine-American War. Because of favorable cool climate, the site was chosen as the reserved campsite for soldiers and was named Camp John Hay in 1903...

Seven Falls, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato 2

Lake Sebu: Magnificent Seven Falls

Already blessed with dozens of lakes, Barangay Seloton of the Municipality of Lake Sebu, South Cotabato, has natural attractions that are must-see for waterfalls fanatics: Seven Falls. Concreting of access road paved the way to the booming of tourism of...

Gen San Fish Port, Tambler, Gen. Santos City 2

Gen San: Go Fishy at the Tuna Capital

When you’re talking about GenSan, the first thing that comes to mind (aside from the boxing champ Manny Pacquiao) is its tuna. It is because the city is the drop point and largest producer of sashimi-grade tuna in the Philippines....

Sagpulon Falls, San Isidro, Jasaan, Misamis Oriental 4

Jasaan: Exploring Sagpulon Falls

Sagpulon Falls is a natural attraction situated at Barangay San Isidro, in the mountainous part of the municipality of Jasaan, Misamis Oriental. With a towering height of almost 150 ft., its beauty is astounding. Adding to its charm are the...

Mimbalot Falls, Iligan City, Mindanao, Tupang Gala 2

Iligan: Mimbalot Falls, Another Wonder Falls

Although not as high and grand as the other waterfalls of Iligan, the Mimbalot Falls (or Mimbalut) also has its grandeur of its own that will allure the visitors. With the height of almost 90 feet, the water flow cascades...

Mt. Caniaw, Bantay, Ilocos Sur, Mountain, Ilocos, Mt Caniao 2

Bantay: Mt. Caniaw, Easy Breezy Morning Trip

Mount Caniao is the highest point of the mountain ridges on the northern part of Ilocos Sur. Its summit is almost 700 MASL, accessible through an 8-kilometer concrete road. It is nicknamed “radar” because of the radio equipment such as...