Philippines, Travel

THE BOARDWALK, CLOUD 9

The Boardwalk in Cloud 9, being a haven for surfers, local and foreigners alike, is one of the most famous spots in Siargao. While there are other surf spots on the island, Cloud 9 has received most of the publicity because it’s the most accessible. It is located just within General Luna and is very close to…

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ISLAND HOPPING IN SIARGAO

Island hopping is one of the most popular activities in Siargao. The tour will let you visit three of the most popular islands, namely Naked, Daku and Guyam Island. This was the first major activity Drew and I did when we first step foot in Siargao just recently. Island hopping packages are usually offered for P1500/boat,…

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WHITE BEACH, BORACAY

I’ve always been wanting to do an all-girls’ trip for so long and I’m glad it came to reality! What better place to do it other than one of the famous islands in the Philippines- Boracay. Just a month ago I came on a trip to this island with my cousin Alex and my friend…

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PUKA BEACH, BORACAY

Puka was amazing. I’ve said it before and I’m saying it again. First of all, it’s a public beach so it’s free! Second, it has the cleanest and bluest waters I’ve ever seen in Boracay. Third, it has no sea grass, no trash, no flock of tourists (White Beach, ahem, is that you?). And fourth, there…

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9 THINGS TO DO IN PUKA BEACH

If you ever find yourself in Boracay and want some peace and relaxation but are also looking out for a mix of adventure, you’ll never go wrong with Puka Beach. We absolutely loved Puka because the waters are clean and clear compared to the famous White Beach, and there’s not a lot of tourists too,…

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MOUNT LUHO- HIGHEST POINT IN BORACAY

Who would have thought you can go “trekking” in Boracay?! While most people relate Boracay to white sand beaches, I’d like to share with you one of the most spontaneous trips we’ve ever had- our short climb to Mount Luho, the highest point on the island. 🙂 We boarded a tricycle not knowing exactly what…

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