Saturday, May 28, 2016

LAKAWON Island is the New IBIZA In The Philippines

Lakawon is 48 kilometres (30 mi) north of Bacolod City. The provincial capital. The islet is reachable from the coast of Barangay Cadiz Viejo via a 20-minute boat ride. Lakawon's white sand beach is claimed to rival that of Boracay, a popular island resort off the coast of Aklan and Panay. In stark difference to its more famous counterpart, however, Lakawon has a smaller influx of tourists, and the island is not commercially developed.

The island is more akin to a sandbar. The white sand beaches are largely on the part of the island facing the island of Negros. The opposite portion, facing the open sea, is more rugged. There is a small fishing village on one side of the island. The inhabitants there earn their living from harvesting the sea's bounty.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Palawan Philippines Aerial Footage

"It’s no wonder Palawan ranked as the most beautiful island in the world this year, as the clear aquamarine water, limestone cliffs, and lagoons of the island province of the Philippines are only the most basic highlights," says contributing editor Cynthia Drescher.

Incredible (and rare) wildlife can be found on the islands, from Philippines mouse deer to smallest crab in the world to Philippine pangolin and beautiful butterflies.

Palawan has some of the best spots to scuba dive in the world — barracuda-filled shipwrecks, for example, line the bottom of Coron Bay. Thanks for sharing and watching.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016


No, it's not the Maldives, but it's the next best thing. According to Manjuyod Sandbar, the Philippines is heaven on earth. Easily one of the most beautiful places in the world. It is about a 2 hour drive from Dumaguete and a 30 minute boat ride from the pier. Thanks for watching and sharing.


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