Boracay’s claim to fame was its clear turquoise waters, its uber-powdery white sand beach that stretches for kilometers as well as the gracious people inhabiting the island paradise. It has been named among the top beaches and most beautiful destinations in the world over the years. Why not? It’s truly deserving.
The proximity of Batangas from Manila had made it as one of the best choices to quickly escape the hectic life in the city. Batangas has nice beaches and astonishing underwater world. Its terrain is also mountainous, some of the minor climbs that are best for newbie hikers are spread among the municipalities.
An island in the southern part of the Philippines that is rich in history and culture. Hailed as the “Queen City of the South”. Cebu stretches 196 kms long and is divided in 2 regions, North and South. The northern part is for the laid-back wanderer while the southern part is for the adventurous traveler.
Since most people are far more inclined toward beaches in farther destinations we tend to pay no heed to places that are closer but are packed with remarkably picturesque locations. So, what are you waiting for? Hop on those wheels and take a joyride to this scenic and historic place that is Laguna.
It was originally known as Hambil Island until one of the Spanish voyagers who visited the island changed its name to Carabao Island or Islas de Carabao as it bears resemblance to that of a water buffalo from afar. Today, Carabao Island is officially recognized as the island municipality of San Jose, Romblon located at the southern tip of Tablas Island.