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The Historical Cape Engaño Lighthouse of Palaui Island in Sta. Ana, Cagayan

The Historical Cape Engaño Lighthouse of Palaui Island in Sta. Ana, Cagayan

by Red de Vera on March 10, 2016
Also known as Faro de Cabo Engaño, Cape Engaño Lighthouse is a historic lighthouse situated atop the summit of a hill in Palaui Island in the municipality of Santa Ana, Cagayan. The lighthouse is under the supervision of the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) through the Philippine Coast Guards’ lighthouse division.
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Davao Occidental’s Exotic and Beautiful Olanivan Island

Davao Occidental’s Exotic and Beautiful Olanivan Island

by Red de Vera on March 7, 2016
Olanivan Island is located in the newly created province of the Philippines, Davao Occidental. It is a remote island where tourists can enjoy the breathtaking scenery that surrounds it. This tropical island has a circular sand beach formation and is near to Balut Island and Sarangani Island.
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MIRACLE OF THE DANCING SUN

MIRACLE OF THE DANCING SUN

by Michael Ocampo on March 4, 2016
A strange phenomenon where many have witnessed the sun pulsating and turning into different colors.
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Philippine Summer Destinations

Philippine Summer Destinations

by Xtian Mack on March 4, 2016
As a tropical country, the Philippines is defined by its warm to mild temperature, with the idyllic image of sunny, clear blue skies. This is most evident in the summer, where the temperature rises significantly. But summer in this archipelago of more than 7,000 islands is not just about the heat. It comes with the refreshing idea of fun in the sun, great places and unique locales with exciting activities that cool the mind, body and spirit.
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Travel Bohol at Mag-aso Falls

Travel Bohol at Mag-aso Falls

by Jane Dacumos on February 29, 2016
Mag-aso Falls got its name “Mag-aso” from the local dialect aso, meaning smoke. Mag-aso Falls is a place in Bohol that is overflowing with the beauty of nature. I came up with a short description of Mag-aso Falls and why it must be one on top of your must-visit list.
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Higatangan Island

Higatangan Island

by Rosevie Decio on February 26, 2016
Higatangan Island is very famous for its long sandbar which extends about 200 meters to the serene sea. Aside from it, the place offers a multitude of little things that will surely delight you.
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The Beguiling Beach of Balite

The Beguiling Beach of Balite

by Kheem Caparas on February 24, 2016
The beach of Balite has always amazed visitors with its creamy white beaches and clear, endless waters all up into the horizon. The people of Catanduanes have always been proud of such a wonder of nature and have invited visitors from all over to partake and enjoy themselves in this piece of paradise.
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Come and Experience the Adventures of Palawan!

Come and Experience the Adventures of Palawan!

by Jane Dacumos on February 22, 2016
Palawan has its share of natural spots for spelunking. The place offers amazing views of nature’s architecture within dark chambers and hidden crevices. Among the places to visit are the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park and the Tabon Caves Complex in the municipality of Quezon.
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Siquijor: An Island that Rose from the Sea

Siquijor: An Island that Rose from the Sea

by Jane Dacumos on February 18, 2016
Though a small island, Siquijor still stands out as one of the breathtaking island in the Philippines. Billed as “Isla Del Fuego” or the “Island of Fire”, Siquijor is commonly associated with mystic traditions that the island's growing tourism industry capitalizes on.
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Canlaon City Rice Terraces

Canlaon City Rice Terraces

by Michael Ocampo on February 15, 2016
Hiked up the volcano this morning to get the best view of the rice terraces of Canlaon City.
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