Found 2000 feet above sea level at the foot of Mt Kanlaon in Negros Occidental, Mambukal Falls is a refreshing nature escape. The jump-off point is from the popular Mambukal resort. There are 7 falls and the one on the photo is the top most falls that can be reached in an hour by hike.
One of the most popular islands in the Philippines is Boracay Island in Aklan. Aside from its powdery white sand the island is known for its spectacular sunsets such as this. People crowding beside Willy’s Rock, a landmark by the shore.
Built in 1787 by Spanish Augustinian missionaries, Miag-ao Church in Iloilo is one of the four Baroque Churches listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites here in he Philippines. The church has a fortress-like design as its been used as a place of worship and as defense against moro raiders at the time. The church facade has a unique Aztec-like bas relief depicting depicting St. Christopher carrying the baby Jesus through a tropical forest.
Salagdoong Beach is one of the most frequented beach in Siquijor Island. With only a 10 pesos entrance on this government managed resort, one can enjoy the beaches’ crystal clear waters ad white sands along a scenic backdrop of limestones with olave tree outgrowths.
Marvel at the impressive, centuries old stalactites and stalagmites at the subterranean cave of Camira, found at the central region of Bohol in Danao. Exploration of the cave takes around 45 minutes to an hour.