Bulwang Falls: Undiscovered Massive Waterfall Located in Idio, Sebaste, Antique

The massive Bulwang Falls in its full glory With its stunning green rolling hills, rocky mountains, diverse forests, impressive waterfalls, scenic coastline, and zestful people, the village of Idio in Sebaste, Antique doesn’t seem to run out of hidden wonders. Last Sunday morning was a perfect day for chasing waterfalls. Typhoon Ompong has just left and […]

Don’t Just Pass: Drop By Nabas En Route to Boracay and Get Refreshed in Langoyon River and Tagaroroc Falls

True to its town’s slogan that says, “Pangibabaw Nabas!” (which means Standout Nabas!), the town is really going up in placing itself on the international tourism map being Boracay’s neighbor. Nabas is popularly known for its spine-tingling cold springs. There’s Hurom-Hurom, Basang, Manyuko, and the latest Bungan-Bungan. But talking about rivers and waterfalls matched with […]

Captivating Langoyon River: A Hideaway Paradise with Fascinating Natural Swimming Pools in Tagororoc, Nabas, Aklan

True to its town’s slogan that says, “Pangibabaw Nabas!” (which means Standout Nabas!), the town is really going up in placing itself on the international tourism map being Boracay’s neighbor. Nabas is popularly known for its spine-tingling cold springs. There’s Hurom-Hurom, Basang, Manyuko, and the latest Bungan-Bungan. But talking about rivers and waterfalls matched with […]

Pandan Hills: Eastern Aklan’s Hidden Paradise

Pandan Hills are verdant rolling hills located in Barangay Bay-ang, Batan, Aklan. It offers a beautiful 360-degree view of green sloping grounds covered with cogon grasses, nearby forests, mountain ranges, and the Tinago Lake or ‘Tinagong Dagat.’ The vast grassland serves as a food sanctuary for cows and carabaos (water buffalos) while the surrounding lake […]

Panay Trilogy: Top 3 Highest and Difficult Mountains of Panay

The long and rugged mountain ranges of Central Panay is home to the three of the most difficult mountains to climb in the island and in the Philippines. They are also the three highest mountains in Panay Island known as the ‘Panay Trilogy.’ Their isolation and hostile terrains make them formidable and highly respected by […]