Saturday, June 25, 2016

THE CROWN JEWEL OF SOUTHEAST ASIA (CORON PALAWAN)


Coron, Palawan is a oasis for underwater adventurers. From snorkelling, island hopping, and shipwreck diving, it has been one of the top destinations in the Philippines.

Coron is a city and island in Northern Palawan – an island in Western Philippines that was just ranked as the most beautiful island in the world. The city is located on the Southern tip of Busuanga island, and it’s just a short (30 min) boat ride from actual Coron island. The landscape in Coron is tropical and absolutely stunning. Don’t fprget to add this to your bucket list this year.



Wednesday, June 22, 2016

THE MOST BEAUTIFUL BEACH (NACPAN PALAWAN)

When you are in El Nido Palawan, don't ever forget going to Nacpan Beach/Calitang Beach. It's a 1 1/2 hr travel from El Nido. The place is surprisingly clean. It is a long stretch of white/powdery/sandy beach. Nacpan is heaven to your feet and you will surely like it. Thanks for watching.

According this cool bloggers "Looking for the most beautiful beach in the world? Nacpan beach in Palawan Philippines easily takes the cake. We visited it the year before and we were excited to see very little had changed. There are few beaches that offer such beauty and privacy, but just take my word for it, don't go visit it please".



Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Philippines – Paradise Islands & Beaches

The Philippines as we know, is made up of 7,107 islands categorized into three main geographical divisions which are Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. But all that may change, as the National Mapping and Resource Information Authority (NAMRIA) may have discovered 400 more islands in the country.
With NAMRIA’s latest discovery, the Philippines may now have more than 7,500 islands in total, since the official count of 7,107 islands in 1945 by the Gazetteer of the Philippine Islands.
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ABOUT THE VIDEO:

Philippines from the air... This video captures our 2 months trip all across the incredible Philippines. Watch it and you will agree that the Philippines has some of the most spectacular seascapes in the world, from mesmerizing lagoons to unspoiled beaches and paradise islands.

The parts shown in the video were filmed in Palawan, Coron, El Nido, Siquijor, Malapascua, Bantayan and Siargao.

The stunning water bungalows at 01:10 belong to Huma Island Resort in Coron. Rates: http://tidd.ly/77eb4ad9

Thanks to all our amazing friends who joined us on this trip, and became part of this video. It wouldn't be that great without YOU!

Copyright © http://www.justonewayticket.com/
Film & Edit: Sabrina Iovino & Güçlü Kamberovic




Sunday, June 19, 2016

SECO ISLAND, Philippines

Seco Island is in the North East of the Sulu Sea, about 50km West of Panay. It has been a destination for day tours or overnight camping for kite surfers for a couple of years. There is no infrastructure on the island.

The island is pretty much only a bunch of – very beautiful – sand in the middle of the ocean, with a couple of bushes on it. As there are no trees on the island, you can still ride on the downwind side of the island, shaped like a horse shoe, in buttery flat water. This makes the island a good kite spot; however it is not the easiest to get to. Kitesurfing Seco Island can be done by renting a boat from a fisherman in Culasi on Panay.



Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Exploring Palawan's Perfect Beaches From the Air

Have you ever daydreamed about a secret island paradise? Tucked away, hidden from the world with the most pristine beaches you could imagine. Palawan is that place.
Come along on an aerial journey around this magical area of the Philippines and enjoy a view that until recently, was only for the birds.

This entire film was shot on a DJI Phantom 2, equipped with the H3-3D gimbal along with a GoPRo Hero 3+.

Special thanks to Taophilippines.com for the epic journey.

Filmed and Edited by Scott Sporleder.



Meteora from the Air



Tranquil, sacred, charming, faith, exceptional, exciting, vast, exalting, awesome. These are only some of the words people very often use in an effort to describe the Meteora phenomenon.

A trip to Meteora offers the unequaled experience of nature’s brilliance in conjunction with history, architecture and man’s everlasting desire to connect with the Divine. From the early Christian times, the Meteora vertical cliffs were regarded as the perfect place to accomplish absolute isolation, to discover peacefulness and harmony and, thus, to support man’s eternal struggle for spiritual elevation.




Switzerland from the Air

Visit Switzerland, a mountainous Central European country, home to numerous lakes, villages and the high peaks of the Alps. Old Towns within its cities contain medieval landmarks like capital Bern’s Zytglogge clock tower and Cathedral of Bern. The country is also a destination for its ski resorts and hiking trails. Banking and finance are key industries, and Swiss watches and chocolate are renowned.
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Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Why We Live in the Philippines

The Philippines is such an awesome country. It is difficult to pin point what I love about it. If I had to name a few things it would be the magnetic people and the epic scenery. I love the Philippines because of the surprisingly blessed and friendly people. Everywhere in the Philippines you will feel so welcome by the locals. It was like being part of one big family.

See what other cool bloggers say about the Philippines;

A long Day at It's Showtime with Anne Curtis sa ABSCBN and then back home with the foreigners youtube #vlogsquad Christian Leblanc and Lauren Reid who come over before leaving the Philippines. Daniel Marsh joins as we attempt to bike around Manila and fly the drone until Murphy's Law takes over. We end up sitting down at the table and conversing about how we came to the Philippines, why we came to the county, the good qualities of Filipino culture, things we love most, travel around to the many beaches, island, and everything else.

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