Boracay Finally Has a Reopening Date

Four months ago, Boracay—voted the world’s best island by our readers in 2017—closed to visitors after the 6,400 tourists it was attracting daily became too much to handle. There was environmental damage, illegal construction, and “insufficient waste management,” as previously reported by Traveler. As a result, the Philippines shuttered the island for six months so … Read moreBoracay Finally Has a Reopening Date

I love Boracay Activities, Boracay Island, Malay (2019)

Boracay SEA Sports Activities/meganem STATION3 Malay, 5608 Get experience the extreme sea sports adventure in BORACAY ISLAND,very affordable and also you can get awesome discount in each activities .. BOOK NOW! Boracay Island Balabag, Boracay,Malay Malay, 5608 “Enjoy the greatest moment of your life… Discover the underwater nature” Balai Isla Boracay Tulubhan, Manoc-manoc Boracay Island … Read moreI love Boracay Activities, Boracay Island, Malay (2019)

Panagbenga Festival 2012: Cultural Adventure

Celebrated in Baguio every February until the first Sunday of March, Panagbenga Festival is one of the most anticipated cultural event in the Philippines. Dragon Float Angry Birds Float Star Wars Float Panagbenga is a Kankanaey term that means “season of blossoming, a time for flowering”.  Although the festival is a month-long celebration, most people … Read morePanagbenga Festival 2012: Cultural Adventure

The 16th Baguio Flower Festival Grand Parade and Streetdance Competition

Panagbenga is a kankanaey term which means “a season of blooming”.  It is largely known as the Bagiuo Flower Festival which pays homage to the beautiful flowers of the city.  It is said that the festival is held as a celebration of Bagiuo’s re-establishment from its grim experience in the 1990 earthquake (http://www.philippinecountry.com/).The roots of … Read moreThe 16th Baguio Flower Festival Grand Parade and Streetdance Competition

Baguio | Philippines | Britannica.com

Baguio, city, west-central Luzon, Philippines. After the United States occupied the Philippines in 1898, Governor William Howard Taft and other officials proposed the pleasant site nestled in pine-clad hills at about 4,900 feet (1,500 metres) to serve as the summer capital of the Philippines. The idea was adopted by the Filipinos, and Baguio became the … Read moreBaguio | Philippines | Britannica.com