7 Adrenaline Pumping Activities You Should Try This Summer

After doing pretty much the same thing all year round – from exploring white sand beaches around the archipelago, hiking in the Cordilleras, or attending parties and doing food crawls around the metro – you still look forward to do something different every year for a change. This summer, step out of your comfort zones and try these seven adrenaline pumping activities that’ll make your summer a memorable one.


1.Spelunking in San Miguel

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The mystical Madlum River in San Miguel Bulacan will surprise you with the different activities the protected area has to offer, from hiking Mts. Manalmon and Gola, cliff diving at the Madlum River, crossing the monkey bridge and spelunking at the caverns of the Bayukbok Cave. Squeeze yourself inside narrow passages, do the body language obstacles and discover what lies beneath the surface on this one of a kind activity!

Travel Guide HERE.


2.Paragliding in Narvacan

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If reaching mountain summits had been always a triumphant experience, why not try to jump out of it this time? Scary eh? In Narvacan Ilocos Sur lies, NOAH, or the Narvacan Outdoor Adventure Hub; wherein they’ll take you to the skies with their tandem paragliding package. Jump out from the summit with your flight instructor and marvel at the vast plains, mountain ranges and the three kilometer Sulvec Beach from up above, a different kind of high indeed!

Travel Guide HERE.


3.Ultralight Flying in Magalang

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In Magalang, Pampanga lies the Angeles City Flying Club located inside the Woodland Airpark. Be a pilot for a day and fly with an advanced flight instructor aboard an ultralight aircraft. Give their trial flight for beginners a try and hover above the plains of Pampanga with the solitary Mt. Arayat looming from afar. Experience the thrill of flying thousands of feet above the ground.

Travel Guide HERE.


4.Sardine Run Scuba Dive in Moalboal

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Experience swimming and cuddling with millions of Sardines just near the shores of Moalboal in South Cebu. You can either snorkel or scuba dive hundreds of feet under ocean currents to acquaint yourself with the magical life that awaits below the sea. Watch as the schools of Sardines dance in unison as you peacefully scuba dive near them or even become one of them for a while.


5.Wakeboarding in Lubao

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If still looking for a watersport just like surfing and you have this great affinity with water, why not try wakeboarding? The newest and largest wakepark in Asia today lies inside Pradera Verde in Lubao, Pampanga. This is a surface water sport that uses a wakeboard (a shorter version of the surfboard with mounted footholds) where a rider will stand on it as he maneuvers the lake while being pulled by a suspended cable reel from above. It might seem easy, but we don’t want to spill the beans now, just go ahead and try it for yourself!

Travel Guide HERE.


6.River Rafting in Real

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Although out shined by the larger and raging rivers of Cagayan De Oro and Kalinga, the ones in Real, Quezon still stands out in its own right. In Brgy. Tanauan, one can experience river rafting and take a ride on rubber tubes tied together with bamboo planks to form a raft. You will experience exciting rapids along the way and one can also cliff dive at some portions along the river system.


7. Canyoneering in Badian

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Get ready to get wet and wild at the lush river canyons of Badian and Alegria in South Cebu. The almost bluer-than-Gatorade waters of Cebu is too inviting that you would not refuse to jump from higher tiers (more than you can count) down to its mystical waters. This is a serious workout too as it will take several hours until you reach the pristine Kawasan Falls.



These activities goes without saying that all of it requires caution and one should be mentally and physically prepared to take on all of this activities. But the best part of this is the memories you’ll earn and the stories you’re going to share, how you’ll look back on this one of a kind summer and immortalize the adrenaline pumping moments in photos months from now.

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Up, up, and away!

What are you waiting for? Take that leap of faith and try awesome activities this summer, but please don’t forget to be a responsible traveler and always practice the Leave-No-Trace (LNT) Principles.

Got experiences like the ones listed above? Share it with us on the comments section below!

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All About Balance – Wakeboarding at Pradera Verde

Speaking of summer, are you still looking for something new to do this season? If still not content with the white sand beaches lining up the whole archipelago and you have this great affinity with water sports and other activities, then why not try to tick off wakeboarding from your bucketlists?


Wake, What?

After doing a solo hike of Mt. Malasimbo earlier that morning in Dinalupihan, Bataan, I decided to visit a wakeboarding park in Lubao, Pampanga since it is just a stone throw away from the small town. The tendency to scratch off the itch to give wakeboarding a try, has been a long time dream for me, and just from the name itself – it sounds extremely exciting. From Layac Junction, where the monument of the WWII First Line of Defense stands sentinel, I boarded a jeepney bound for Guagua (13php) and alighted at at a gasoline station in front of Pradera Verde.

From there, the security guards called off a golf cart to fetch me from the gate and  minutes later, the cart arrived and brought me to the wake park lobby where I availed the one (1) hour beginner session just to try the sport itself for 250php (I grimly regret this decision).

The lobby is where “The Viewdeck” restaurant is also located serving hearty “Cabalen” dishes and other Filipino cuisines. It faces the big oval shaped, lake where obstacles and ramps above the water surface are laid around the area. This is one of the biggest wakeboarding systems in Asia, where it has a five (5) tower cable reel system that can tow up to nine (9) riders at any given time.

Wakeboarding is a surface water sport, it uses a wakeboard (a shorter version of the surfboard with mounted footholds) where a rider will stand on it as he maneuvers the lake while being pulled by a suspended cable reel above mimicking that of a speedboat. The exciting part after being able to stand on water is doing extreme stunts and exhibitions on ramps and platforms above the surface. “I’ll do that kind of tricks later”, I told myself.

From here, the golf cart again brought me to the smaller lakes, there’s three of them, catering to the neophytes who will try to wakeboard for the first time or just training again before trying out the bigger lake. Established in 2015, this new destination is becoming a hit go-to place for your semi-staycation endeavors, from spacious villas, wave pools, golf courses, restaurant, music and hot air balloon festivals – Pradera Verde is quite the one-stop recreational facility at the heart of Central Luzon.

Arriving at the beginner lake, they asked me to wear the proper gears before proceeding, a life vest and a helmet, be sure to also wear the proper attire and be ready to get wet. I queued up and there were only a few of us that afternoon, and upon knowing it is my first time to do this, they instructed me the basics before the cable reel pulled me up from the launching dock.


Expectations Versus Reality

For beginners, they asked me to do the water start (Advanced: jump start) , wherein, one is seated at the side of the dock with the board ready for action. The heel must be where most of your weight is placed while the toes are slightly inclined upward so the board will go against the surface once you are pulled. “Do not pull (the cable) just let it drag you while on crouching position, and once you feel the balance when hovering, stand and just enjoy!” the instructor said, but don’t expect too much from them since they won’t really teach you everything, just the basic things that you really need to know.

Unlike surfing, I thought this is not going to be too hard, and I will be able to stand in a jiffy and do awesome tricks after a while (’cause I am awesome). But I was wrong, the funny part is that, just after the cable towed me into the 10 feet deep lake, I can not even barely stand on the board and I fell immediately just a few meters away from the dock! (Don’t judge me). It is all about how to balance your feet while being pulled, it is way harder than I expected.

Instead of doing stoked superman tricks above water, I really did fairly well, but  only below the water where I swam with the local fishes underneath. Writing about how to properly do this is hard to explain, also for me who had not been able to do a full course.

It took me quite while before figuring out how to stand properly on the board, but still failed bigtime in managing to complete a circuit or even just reaching the end. It was quite disappointing. Reality really bites.

Back in the queue line, I just tried to absorb everything that was happening and listened to the instructors giving advice to the other newbies, and watched as the pro-ones already pulling off some neat tricks in this lake. I also made friends with an awesome family where even the parents tried this heck of sport, since just like me, they are also having several futile attempts in standing on the board. “Hindi ko naman hinila!” (I did not even pulled!) was our initial reaction after our third failed attempt, this is where I did this flying thing before diving back into the water.

On my fourth and last attempt, since the park is about to close, and I only availed the one (1) hour rate, I was still eyeing to pull this off and do the normal stuff. My feet planted firmly on the board, I did the standard crouching position, and held the tow handles firmly, “I can do this, I can do this”. The instructor shouted “Ready!” the tow cable now traveled slowly and upon feeling the pull, I jumped out of the water, the board is now above water and upon realizing that I am actually doing the thing, I tried to stand from the previous position! Making waves as I glided smoothly across the surface, I stood from the board, but tipped my toes too flatly on the board, and finally I broke out of balance (again), and halfway, I plunged back again, my board flew (again) as I bid goodbye to the fishes underneath (again). It got really frustrating that I promised to return and avail the four (4) hour rate or even the whole day.

From the other side, the family whom I met was giving me a heads up for finally being able to even stand for a while, so after exchanging some tips, I had their family photo taken before they called a cart to take them to the restaurant with me tagging along. Shower facilities is located just outside the restaurant, and one can freshen up before leaving, or returning to their spacious villas.

Pradera Wake Park with their affordable wakeboarding rates, should be one of the activities you and your barkada should try this summer. With its close proximity from Manila, your plans will never be just plans anymore (Kulayan ang drawing!)


How To Get There

  • From Manila, take any bus bound for Bataan or Zambales, buses serving these routes are Bataan Transit, Genesis Bus, Victory Liner etc. Fare starts at 120php, travel time is 1.5hrs to 2.5hrs depending on traffic conditions. Tell the conductor to drop you off at Pradera Verde
  • Alight at Pradera Verde, located in Prado Siongco, Lubao, Pampanga and tell the  security guards that you are going to the Pradera Wakepark so they can call Golf Carts to fetch you from the main gate
  • If via private transportation, take the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) and exit at San Fernando, Pampanga (169php, Class 1 Vehicle, 50mins to 1hr travel time). From the exit, turn left at Jose Abad Santos Avenue and head for Prado Siongco in Lubao, Pampanga and you’ll find Pradera Verde at the right side. (83kms, 1.5hrs travel time)
  • Operating hours are from: Monday – Thursday (8:30am – 5:30pm), Friday – Sunday (7:30am – 5:30pm)
  • Contact them:  Pradera Verde


Wakeboarding Tips

  • Rates for the wakeboarding experience is on a per hour basis in Pradera Verde Wakepark, and is as follows:
    • 1 Hour – Php 250
    • 2 Hours – Php 475
    • 4 Hours – Php595
    • 8 hours – Php 1000
  • Rate is inclusive of free use of life vest, helmet, slip-on board and a wakeboard instructor at each dock
  • Visit during weekdays, since you have to queue up after each attempt
  • Do not panic, specially after a fall from the board, the lifevest will do its duty and you only have to swim or paddle up to the side of the lake with your board, and carry it back at the queue area
  • It might get frustrating at first, but as the popular adage says, “Try and try until you (die) succeed!”
  • If you’re going solo, you can ask the friendly instructors to take pictures of you during the tow and post wakeboard launches
How was your first wakeboard experience? Share with us through the comment section below!
This watersport is included in “5 Adrenaline Pumping Activities You Should Try This Summer”

All About Balance – Wakeboarding at Pradera Verde

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Of Peaks and Waves – Dingalan

This time, we headed to Dingalan, the neighboring and a quaint municipality in Aurora that is hidden behind the mountain Ranges of the Sierra Madre, adjacent to Quezon province. We go out of our comfort zones not to escape life but rather, to enrich it with experiences. Experiences that keeps us grounded and shatters the thin ice that separates us from reality and the routinary defaults of the adult world.

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Lamao Caves

At the southernmost part of the Aurora province, lies Dingalan. It offers rugged shorelines and rustic features that are far from touristy and was given the moniker “The Batanes of the East” for its mountains and coasts that resembles that of in Basco. Our group assembled in Cubao by 11:00pm and with a rented van, we took the 5 hour ride going to the feeder port of Dingalan. By 04:30am, we arrived earlier than expected so we dozed off for a while until our boatman arrived and off we go after an hour.

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Just in time for the sunrise, the mountain ranges were a welcoming sight. The play of colors of the morning sky were in full riot. It took around 15 minutes on still ocean waters until the glorious sunrise came into being, glad the Pacific woke up on the right side of the bed.

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We arrived at the Lamao Caves by 6:00am and there were a lot of them peeking through the rugged cliffs of the mountain passes. The rock formations around are carved beautifully by the swells.

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It is said that this caves are interconnected with each other not until strong typhoons caused rockslides and eroded cave interiors that blocked cave passages.

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After the affair with the turquoise waters of the Dingalan Coastline, we proceeded to the so called White Beach Resort.


The Lighthouse

Another 10 minutes passed and we docked at the shore of the lighthouse jump-off. Contrary to the name of the place, the shore is made up of gray-sand and tiny corals. We were then welcomed by the owner of the cottages.

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Another fun thing about this place are the roaming pot-bellied pigs in the area, they were named Beki and Bok-Bok. By 8:00am we started the trek after having our breakfasts. The trail is relatively short and straightforward, it only took us 15 minutes to reach the very top of the hill where the Parola/lighthouse is located.

From the top of the lighthouse, the meandering mountain ridges were in full view, while contrasted by the Pacific Ocean on both sides, something a photographer couldn’t resist. A visual treat and refreshingly breathtaking.

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The Batanes of the East moniker truly lives up to its name, but it is not right to compare such a place to this since every destination opens up to new experiences and is different from each other. Uniquely, Dingalan, will always be Dingalan and that is how it should stay.

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At the recent light of events, most people who stands atop the beacon is increasingly becoming a trend, just to catch a good glimpse of the view and a quick photo snap. Sometimes we often forget to remind ourselves of our safety , the risk of falling down a five-storey lighthouse is neglected and as well as the preservation of the structure and its components may it be natural or artificial. Always pay due respect to our surroundings, we had our fair share of lesson from it and hoping that this won’t be happening again for the next visitors atop the Parola. As of writing the top of the lighthouse is restricted for entry but a view deck at the hill has been installed.

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We then got back at the feeder port by lunch time and headed to the town proper to have a taste of some local cuisines. Surely, there are many carinderias to choose from. After lunch we had a sidetrip at the Tanawan View Deck and immediately proceeded to our next destination tucked away in the sleepy town of General Tinio, Nueva Ecija.


How To Get There

One can reach Dingalan, Aurora by taking any Cabanatuan bound buses in Cubao, Pasay, and Avenida (Five Star, Genesis, Baliwag Transit, ES Transport). Fare is less than 200php/pax and takes 2-3 hours depending on the time of the day.

● From Cabanatuan, you have 2 (two) options:

  • Take Dingalan bound Vans, fare costs 120php/pax and takes 1-2 hours to reach the town proper. First trip is at 7am
  • Take Umiray bound buses that passes through Dingalan Town Proper, fare costs 80php-100php and takes around 2-3hours. First trip is at 6am

● Upon arrival at Dingalan Town Proper, flag any tricycle going to the Feeder Port, takes 15-20 minutes, fare costs 20php-50php depending on your haggling skills


Travel Tips

● You can stay at any of the resorts around the area then visit the lighthouse the other day, or rent a boat going to the Lighthouse, boat rental costs 800php/2 way good for 15pax, includes a sidetrip to the Lamao Caves if the weather permits

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● One can trek from the port/resort going to the lighthouse, but it will take much of your time

●There are a number of waterfalls hidden inside the mountains of Dingalan which has no names until now, most of them can be reached in less than an hour by foot

● Last trip from Dingalan to Cabanatuan is until 5pm

●Practice LNT principles, respect local ordinances


* No Solar Panels were harmed during our visit.

** Big thanks to Ms. Amie Valencia for reintroducing us to Dingalan, Aurora.


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An Hour of Solitude – Suso Beach

Quite intrigued and got me quite excited after I have heard of the name of this beach,  Suso Beach is definitely one of the (wholesome) places in Ilocos Sur that you shouldn’t miss. This is located in Barangay Suso in the town of Sta. Maria which is known for the World Heritage Site, Santa Maria Church or the Our Lady of Assumption Church.


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After spending some time at the Santa Maria Church, I hailed a tricycle to take me back to the main highway but this time I asked the driver to drop me off at Suso Beach. Yes, the beach is just along the Maharlika Highway and is a good stopover if you are heading to Vigan City or Laoag City.

This is the first beach that you will be seeing once you enter the province of Ilocos Sur and is just along the left side of the road where it opens into a creamy shore being hugged by the relentless waves coming in trickles, while the right side is filled with lush mountain ranges.

What’s good with the place is that it is accessible and you don’t have to travel off the main road to reach it, there’s no much establishments around that keeps it in its almost raw state. Along the beach line, there are several cottages that you can rent for an affordable price and there’s also a shower room built nearby.

I rested for a while under the shade of a nearby umbrella tree and did not bother swimming since I still have another place to go to in Narvacan, but the calmness of the place is more than enough. Watch the sunset, stay at nearby resorts, swim until your skin gets a (burned) tan, grill and dine in one of its cottages or simply eat Halo-halo along the highway (just like what I did) and spend some time doing nothing. Again, there’s nothing malicious with the name and it’s not a nude beach, but the beach is bare and free for all. The next time you’re going to visit Ilocos Sur, make sure to stop over the Suso Beach in Santa Maria.

Continue reading: Paragliding at NOAH

How To Get There

  • From Manila, take a bus bound for Vigan, Laoag or Pagudpud. Dominion, Farinas, Partas and RCJ bus plies this routes, hop off at Suso Beach in Sta. Maria, Ilocos Sur crossing. Fare is around 450php-500php, travel time is 6-7 hours.
  • If coming from Vigan, take any provincial bus bound for Candon, La Union or Manila and drop off at Suso Beach, Sta. Maria, fare is around 60-70php per trip, travel time is 30-45 minutes.
  • If coming from La Union, take any provincial bus bound for Vigan City or Laoag. Fare starts more or less at 180php from Sto. Tomas or Agoo, and 100php from San Fernando City or San Juan. Travel time is 3-4 hours.


Where To Stay


The Ilocos Sur Solo Day Trip Adventure 2018

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A Fortress Lost in Transition – Santa Maria Church
An Hour of Solitude – Suso Beach
One With The Elements –  Paragliding at NOAH
Viva, Vigan! – A Quick Escape at the Mestizo District of Ilocos
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One With The Elements – Paragliding at NOAH

“Don’t look to your left or right, just look and walk straight out of this cliff.” – those were the last words Sir Titoy said that got stuck in my head before I knew that we were airborne in what seemed to be the longest ten seconds of my life. “We’re good! Good!” he then added while carefully tugging the network of suspension lines attached to the canopy as we flew above the imposing Bantay Abot Hill. From that moment, in the hands of a master flyer from Sarangani, I just defied gravity.

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We’re flying!!

Earth – Flirt With Heights

Coming from Santa Maria in Ilocos Sur, I took another provincial bus bound for Narvacan, a neighboring municipality that is just a few kilometers away.

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Parish of St. Lucy, Narvacan, Ilocos Sur

Upon arrival, I first visited the St. Lucy Parish Church then had a quick lunch at a nearby fastfood joint before hailing a tricycle bound for Brgy. Bantay Abot.

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Arko Restaurant

A few minutes later, there stood the Arko Restaurant at the right side of the road where the soon to be word-of-mouth adventure hub awaits. Narvacan Outdoor Adventure Hub or NOAH, a unique adventure camp is nestled between the mountain and the sea making the place ideal to get close and interact with the four elements and all the terrains Ilocos Sur has to offer.

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Established in 2005, known only to a small circle of thrill-seeking explorers, they would gather here to paraglide on top of Bantay Abot Hill and windsurf at Sulvec Beach. From that moment on, they decided to extend this group to a larger community of adventurers and outdoor junkies alike. Because what would you do when you’ve got a mountain that overlooks a beach with three kilometers stretch of sand causing a wraparound side shore breeze ideal for extreme adventures?

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Upon arrival, they handed over a waiver to sign, before Sir Titoy and the rest of Team Taclobo briefed me with the basics of paragliding. From afar, the first full-scale Via Ferrata or the “Iron Path” lays prominently on the 100-meter vertical rock face of the hill. This is the only kind in the Philippines where adventurers will climb a steep escarpment laid with iron rungs while secured with harnesses on a fixed steel cable. From the top, one can choose to take the zipline route down. A popular Via Ferrata route is in Mt. Kinabalu in Malaysia.

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After a few preparations, Sir Rommel Rea immediately drove the off-road 4×4 vehicle with me sitting on front to the base of Bantay Abot Hill.

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I was thinking that we were going to hike to the very top of the hill, but I was wrong, from the base there was an established trail suitable for the vehicle and we zoomed past the grassy plains until we hit the steep sections.

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The vehicle with the five of us inside took the trails with ease and after some ten minutes of what I call an extreme drive beside the cliff, we were then welcomed by the take-off point which also happens to be the very top of the hill. What a way to reach the top!

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Sir Rommel Rea and the 4×4 buggy

From there the vast plains of Ilocos Sur was then cut by the shores of Sulvec Beach as it is complemented by the grassy mountains around.

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Narvacan Port and the Sulvec Grotto

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From that point, everything is already exhilarating, standing at the rocky masses by the cliff, one will already experience the joys of flirting with heights, thus, Earth.


Wind – Has Wings, Will Fly

But flirting with heights does not stop with reaching mountains or any steep inclines and doing some death defying poses. I had been climbing mountains for three years now, but with the paragliding package that I availed from NOAH, this will be the first time that I will be jumping out of the cliff of a 1,040 feet high land mass.

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Team Taclobo, headed by Sir Titoy Romano and two other Paragliders from Sarangani, arranged the canopy and laid out the suspension lines as they carefully attached it with the pilot’sharness. On the other hand, they secured my helmet and had me wear another set of harness which will be attached to the master flyer once we flew.

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Preparing the canopy and the several suspension lines before the flight.

Sir Titoy said that wind conditions from the past two days was not suitable for flying and I was very lucky to have experienced quite a decent weather during that afternoon. Then the expected happened, the wings were spread out as we were about to do the forward launch, and he told me to run forward with the wing behind so that the air pressure generated by the forward movement inflates the wing. (I was just told to run out of the cliff!)

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Team Taclobo, doing some final checking.

“Don’t look to your left or right, just look and walk straight out of this cliff.” – those were the last words Sir Titoy said that got stuck in my head before I felt the drag of the canopy as it caught wind under its fabric, and I just knew that we were now airborne after what seemed to be the longest ten seconds of my life. “We’re good! Good!” he then added while carefully tugging the network of suspension lines attached to the canopy as we flew above the imposing Bantay Abot Hill.

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We’re flying!

However paragliding is also jokingly tagged as “para-waiting” since wind conditions are unpredictable. This air sport relies heavily on the wind that bounces through the mountain or hill that creates the lift, which takes the pilot higher, this wind is assisted by the thermals that come from lands such as rice fields or pavement roads.

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From that moment on, everything was just pure bliss, my foot left off the ground as we gathered trim speeds, while we were comfortably buckled onto the loose harness. We hovered on top of the hill for several minutes doing some simple maneuvers while enjoying the breathtaking view from the top.

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If the view from the top of the mountain is already a feat, wait until you experience the view from above. What has wings, will fly, thus, Wind.


Water –  Insatiable Thirst for the Outdoors

The joy of flying off a cliff over Ilocos Sur’s glorious landscape in tandem is an experience one should not miss as it is utterly worthwhile. From the top of the hill, Sir Titoy veered towards the open sea where we again flew for quite a while. He did some crazy maneuvers in the forms of eight or infinity that I did enjoyed the most. It is like riding the Star Flyer ride in Star City but in an even more extreme way.

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Above water, the waves crashed relentlessly along the shores of Bulanos and Bantay Abot, the small grotto in Sulvec stood out across the Narvacan Port. With Earth and Water taking in full element in this adventure, the streamlining afternoon breeze was in harmony with the wings that made the ride more enjoyable as we flew around with the sun about to set in the horizon.

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Above the waters, against the sun.

But all good things must come to an end, we then prepared for the landing, as the instructor told me to jump out of my seat and have my feet ready for the final approach. To reduce the risk of collision between me and the pilot, our flight path flew on a specific traffic pattern as we lose altitude until we eventually touched the sandy shores of Sulvec Beach. What’s the problem with “para-waiting” if it will be paid off by a 15-minute breathtaking paragliding experience?

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NOAH, with its location between a mountain and the sea, a wraparound side shore breeze will give rise to water activities such as parasailing, kitesurfing, sailing, cruising on a hobie cat or just simply taking a dip on its waters. Insatiable Thirst for the Outdoors, thus, Water.


Fire –  Keep it Burning

The 4×4 vehicle circled around the sand making unique patterns as we landed successfully, I could never forget the sound of the engine revving up as they welcomed us after a good flight. From a distance, All-Terrain Vehicles, ATV’s were rented by certain individuals as they zoomed across the sloped sand dunes of Sulvec Beach stretching up to the port.

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After tidying up, and having some snack at the Arko Restaurant, the whole area came alive as the sun was about to set. Most locals spend their afternoon at the almost barren shores of Narvacan, which is a good thing, as it still far from the negative effects of commercialism.

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Sulvec Beach

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The sun was about to set at any moment as I was seated along the sandy shores enjoying the art of doing nothing, alone. Aside from the joys of driving off-road vehicles that makes you one with the elements of Fire, one can also keep that fire burning in their hearts to never stop chasing adventures.

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Sunset

A laidback afternoon filled with one of the most exciting adventure to date, being one with the elements even for quite a while, is definitely one for the books. The sun blazed across the horizon, drawing bright hues of amber, orange and yellow, casting streaks of light on its dying breath. The never ending quest for adventure: Keep it burning, thus, Fire. 

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Surely, Ilocos Sur is starting to become a place known for conserving the past, but also for exploring the thrill of extreme adventures through its natural attractions. Come and visit NOAH!

Continue reading: Vigan City

How To Get There

  • From Manila, take a bus bound for Vigan, Laoag or Pagudpud. Dominion, Farinas, Partas and RCJ bus plies this routes, hop off at Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, landmark is the Jollibee Store. Fare is around 450php-500php, travel time is 6-7 hours.
  • If coming from Vigan City, take any provincial bus bound for Candon, La Union or Manila and drop off at Narvacan, fare is around 50-60php per trip, travel time is 30 minutes.
  • If coming from La Union, take any provincial bus bound for Vigan City or Laoag. Fare starts more or less at 180php from Sto. Tomas or Agoo, and 100php from San Fernando City or San Juan. Travel time is 3-4 hours.
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  • From Jollibee Narvacan, hail any tricycle to take you to Brgy. Bantay Abot, they know where NOAH is. Fare starts at 50php, travel time 10 minutes.


Rates and How to Reserve

  • You can book their paragliding services through this link: Tandem Paragliding Booking (3000php fixed rate for the Ilocos Sur flysite)
    • One can also enjoy paragliding at other Philippine spots managed by the ASAP Group: Carmona in Cavite; Maasim in Saranggani; and Daet in Camarines Norte.
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  • Windsurfing plus lessons (6 hours), P800 for the hobie cat with a pilot and introduction to sailing, P800 for windsurf board rental per hour
  • Off-road driving (2500php/car/5 persons)
  • Via Ferrata Trail including the Tyrolean traverse and zipline going back to camp. 800php/person, 300php for zipline only (520 meters)
  • Accommodation:
    • Camping – they have a camping ground at the back of the restaurant and charges 150php for the use of their facilities and toilets.
    • Airconditioned Rooms starts at 1500php per night for two persons
  • Food is served in Arko Restaurant and varies from the Ilocano staples up to pizza and pasta.

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Contact Numbers: (+63)919-349-8473/ (+632)734-8883

Instagram: @narvacanoutdooradventurehub

Facebook: Narvacan Outdoor Adventure Hub


The Ilocos Sur Solo Day Trip Adventure 2018

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A Fortress Lost in Transition – Santa Maria Church
An Hour of Solitude – Suso Beach
One With The Elements –  Paragliding at NOAH
Viva, Vigan! – A Quick Escape at the Mestizo District of Ilocos 
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Updated as of April 21, 2018

 

A Fortress Lost in Transition – Santa Maria Church

“Aside from Vigan City what’s in Ilocos Sur anyway?” Contrary to the fact that Ilocos Sur is famed for the Meztizo district that is the cobblestone laid street of Calle Crisologo, there is still more to see from this Ilocano province.

In the town of Santa Maria, just an hour away from Vigan City, lies a UNESCO World Heritage Site for being a Baroque Church in the Philippines. This is a collection of four Spanish-era Baroque churches, and under the prestigious title, are Paoay Church in Ilocos Norte, San Agustin Church in Intramuros and Miag-ao Church in Iloilo and the latter, the Santa Maria Church in Ilocos Sur. And today, I am about to finish that list, with this church being the last piece of the puzzle. Not only being reminiscent of the four centuries of Spanish domination in the area, the churches under the list is unique in architecture and has diversified architectural designs that despite of their massive scale, has stood the test of time for several centuries up to the present day.

In Motion: The UNESCO Inscribed Baroque Churches of the Philippines

Castle On The Hill

After spending a night in Sto. Tomas, La Union to visit the wake of my friend’s dad, I ventured even further north the following morning by 08:00 am, as part of my Ilocos Sur solo day trip. I took a provincial bus that is bound for Laoag in Ilocos Norte, and little did I know that it will be taking up much of my time as it stopped at every bus stop possible to load and unload passengers, then run again at 30-40 kilometers per hour, tops! Upon arrival in Candon City, I immediately noticed the Candon Church or Saint John of Sahagun Parish Church, which is also designed with earthquake baroque qualities and is famed for its longest religious painting in the Philippines which represents the 20 Mysteries of the Holy Rosary.

Back in the bus stop, they transferred us to another bus, which went almost the same routine as the previous one, and the whole 144 kilometer transit took me almost five hours before I alighted at the almost barren provincial highway of Santa Maria municipality.

I then settled down first at a nearby burger stall and had a quick snack before I walked towards the church which is just several hundred meters away as my offline map indicates, it is said to be built in 1765 and still stand intact as of today. Surprisingly, it was not far from the main highway, and stands solitary among community laid with several ancestral houses. From across the street, the massive and imposing Santa Maria Church will be getting your undivided attention, like a castle on the hill, this citadel is very different from other churches.

Under the scorching midday sun, I walked towards the church through the grand three-flight staircase that has eighty-five steps made of granite rock leading to the courtyard in front of the church doorway.

Some may be built on the town center together with the plaza, the municipal hall and other attractions, but the Our Lady of the Assumption Parish Church and Convent sits on top of a hill, surrounded by walls on all sides. It is a brick and mortar laid fortress that offers a sweeping view of the lower plains and overlooking the whole town of Santa Maria.

This two-story church, has a total length of ninety-nine meters and spans almost twenty-three meters wide, it is an earthquake baroque designed church with thirteen large buttreses and two circular ones on the facade.


Lost in Transition

The church brick facade has one large portal with three windows, then it is framed by two circular buttreses that is topped by urn-like finials. The first buttress on the front is adorned with the relief image retelling how the statue of Our Lady of Assumption was always found on top of a Guava Tree after being lost on several occasions from the old town church, the location of the said tree is where the present church is now located. This relief image is easily seen as one ascends from the staircase.

When thatched roof was a norm in the Philippine Church construction, the middle buttresses at the eastern wall was also shaped like a staircase for easy maintenance of the roof.

The bell tower, just like most of the churches in Ilocos region, is free-standing and is not parallel to the church facade, but stands adjacent to the third buttress. The octagonal four-story tower was built wide, with each level narrowing till it reaches the top, typical of earthquake baroque church towers. The top is finished with a cupola, while the front part is designed with a clock for church goers to see. Other intricate designs were added such as finials, balustrades and single pilasters.

On the other side of the church lies a graveyard and the ruins of an old chapel that is said to be the first one constructed prior to the larger edifice. I went there alone through another set of staircase o the east side, and it felt creepy standing in there all by myself so I took a few photos before leaving immediately.

Upon arrival back in the courtyard, a group from Cavite was granted entry to the insides of the church as it is closed on a Sunday afternoon upon my arrival. Almost being lost in transition, the church interiors will take you back in time as it still possesses an old world charm with its peculiar simplicity.

Everything felt and looked quite just the same as any other old church; cream painted walls, barren ceiling, normal steel chandeliers, and painted Baldosa tiles, that are tiles with three-dimensional patterns that is used widely in Ilocos region.

Like some other churches in the region, the pillars are also patched with some gravestones of influential or rich personas but are all written in Spanish epitaphs.

The church retablo or the altarpiece houses another gem worth seeing. Aside from being an UNESCO World Heritage Site, it also has the statue of Apo Baket or The Our Lady of Assumption/ Nuestra Señora de la Asuncion that is said to be found on a Spanish ship wreckage. Its face and hands are made of Ivory and is made of wood in ornate sculptural style.

After spending quite some time at the Santa Maria Church, I headed back to the main highway and traveled to the neighboring town of Narvacan for the next leg of my solo adventure. Paragliding at NOAH!

Continue reading: Suso Beach

How To Get There

  • From Manila, take a bus bound for Vigan, Laoag or Pagudpud. Dominion, Farinas, Partas and RCJ bus plies this routes, hop off at Sta. Maria, Ilocos Sur crossing. Fare is around 450php-500php, travel time is 6-7 hours.
  • If coming from Vigan, take any provincial bus bound for Candon, La Union or Manila and drop off at Sta. Maria, fare is around 60-70php per trip, travel time is 30-45 minutes.
  • If coming from La Union, take any provincial bus bound for Vigan City or Laoag. Fare starts more or less at 180php from Sto. Tomas or Agoo, and 100php from San Fernando City or San Juan. Travel time is 3-4 hours.
  • From the Main Highway, the church is just less than a kilometer away inside the small town and not on the main highway, one can opt to walk going to the church or take a tricycle for 25php/trip.


The Ilocos Sur Solo Day Trip Adventure 2018

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A Fortress Lost in Transition – Santa Maria Church
An Hour of Solitude – Suso Beach
One With The Elements –  Paragliding at NOAH
Viva, Vigan! – A Quick Escape at the Mestizo District of Ilocos 
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Updated as of April 15, 2018

A Trip Back in Time – UNESCO Baroque Churches of the Philippines

The Philippines is the humble abode of five United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Sites. Ranging from the Rice Terraces of the Cordilleras, Vigan City of Ilocos Sur, Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park of Palawan, Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park of Palawan, and lastly the four Baroque Churches spread across the archipelago.

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TransitPinas already visited four of the Baroque Churches of the Philippines by April of 2018 and takes a look back at what transpired and what lies beyond the massive and imposing architectural ensembles.


National Treasures

These four churches would not be recognized by an international body if not for their significance in history, architecture, religion and their influence over the years specially during the Spanish period of 16th to 18th centuries. This monumental structures are outstanding examples of the Philippine interpretation of the Baroque style, wherein they emblematize the European church designs that are fused with local materials, that adapts with the seismic conditions of the country, and are built by both Filipino and Chinese workers.

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Their attributes make them one of a kind; massive edifices which resembles fortresses against raiders, marauders, pirates and even dangers of seismic movements, they also have peculiar designs ranging from volutes of the contrafuertes and buttreses, baroque retablos, pyramidal finials of wall facades,  walls separating the criptocollateral chapels, moreover, they have ornately decorated paintings which depicts the local understanding of the life of Christ, intricately weaved dresses for their patron saints as depicted in traditional cultures, and lastly, their uniqueness and resiliency of the original materials used that are present as of today and is preserved if not, really well, ranging from limestone and brick consolidated with lime or juice of sablot.

Please let us all be responsible tourists and travelers.


San Agustin Church

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Located at the very heart of the walled city of Intramuros, the San Agustin Church is also known as The Church of the Immaculate Conception of San Agustín. Built in 1571 after the Spanish Conquest, this is the oldest church in Manila today. It withstood the test of time ranging from the raid of the Muslim Pirates in 1741 and 1754, fires from the revolution of Spain in 1854, the 1880 earthquake, and the Liberation of Manila in 1945.

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Paintings at the interior of the church dates back during the 19th century and from that time, the church has been richly endowed with murals, a fine retablo, pulpit, lectern and choir-stalls. TransitPinas visited this during the 2017 Manila Photowalk Series. 

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How To Get There
  • San Agustin church is located in Real Street Corner General Luna Streetintramuros, Metro Manila, Intramuros, Manila, Metro Manila
  • Check out all possible commuting routes HERE.


Paoay Church

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Located in Paoay, Ilocos Norte, the Paoay Church is also known as the Church of San Agustín or  Iglesia de San Agustín de Paoay. Built in 1751, this Roman Catholic church is an outstanding example of the Earthquake Baroque style architecture highlighted by the enormous buttresses on the sides and back of the building.

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It has twenty-four giant buttresses that is conceived as a solution to possible destruction of the building due to earthquakes. The Javanese inspired walls are made or coral stones at the lower level and bricks at the upper level, since cement is still not used during those times, the mortar used is mixtures of sand and lime with sugarcane juice boiled with mango leaves, leather and rice straw.

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The bell tower’s construction started in 1793 and from then, served as a watchtower by Filipino Revolutionaries against the Spaniards in 1898, and by the Filipino Guerillas against the Japanese Soldiers during the World War II. It resembles a pagoda and is made up of Coral stones. TransitPinas visited Paoay Church during their 2016 Ilocos Adventure Series.

How To Get There
  • Paoay Church is located in Marcos Ave, Paoay, Ilocos Norte. Check the Ilocos Norte travel guide HERE.


Miagao Church

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Located in Miagao, Iloilo it is also known as the Church of Santo Tomas de Villanueva. After ten years of construction, the Baroque-Romanesque inspired church was finished in 1797 and has been a bastion and a safe haven for the locals against the Moro invaders whom they call as Tacas.

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It has withstood the test of time from different eras: badly damaged during the Spanish revolution in 1898, Fire in 1910, World War II, and earthquake in 1948. It underwent restoration in the 1960’s and has been a fine surviving example of the Fortress Baroque.

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The church walls are made up of coral, brick, adobe, limestone and eggs that has been the main reason for its lucid ochre color. At the middle of two differently shaped tapering bell towers lies the facade with the ornately decorated bas-relief of St. Christopher depicted carrying the child Christ on his back. While the other designs, made up also of corals and held with eggs, are other traditional floras such as Papaya, Coconut and Palm Tree with other local scenes of the daily life in Miagao.

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This showcases a fine Filipino transfiguration of western elements into our very own identity. TransitPinas visited this church during their 2016 2-day adventure in Panay Island.

How To Get There
  • Miagao Church is located in Zulueta Ave, Miagao, 5023 Iloilo.
  • From Iloilo City, take any Ceres Bus bound for Antique and drop-off at Zulueta Avenue where the Fortress Baroque Church lies.


Santa Maria Church

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Located in Santa Maria, Ilocos Sur, the Church of Santa Maria or Nuestra Señora de la Asuncion was built in 1765. The church brick facade has one large portal with three windows, then it is framed by two circular buttreses that is topped by urn-like finials. The first buttress on the front is adorned with the relief image retelling how the statue of Our Lady of Assumption was always found on top of a Guava Tree after being lost on several occasions from the old town church, the location of the said tree is where the present church is now located.

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When thatched roof was a norm in the Philippine Church construction, the middle buttresses at the eastern wall was also shaped like a staircase for easy maintenance of the roof.

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The bell tower, just like most of the churches in Ilocos region, is free-standing and is not parallel to the church facade, but stands adjacent to the third buttress. The octagonal four-story tower was built wide, with each level narrowing till it reaches the top, typical of earthquake baroque church towers.

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The top is finished with a cupola, while the front part is designed with a clock for church goers to see. Other intricate designs were added such as finials, balustrades and single pilasters. TransitPinas visited this old-world charm of a church during his 2018 Ilocos Sur Solo Adventure.

How To Get There
  • From Manila, take a bus bound for Vigan, Laoag or Pagudpud. Dominion, Farinas, Partas and RCJ bus plies this routes, hop off at Sta. Maria, Ilocos Sur crossing.
  • From the Main Highway, the church is just less than a kilometer away inside the small town and not on the main highway, one can opt to walk going to the church or take a tricycle


“Conservation and restoration are undertaken through offices under implementing national cultural agencies which ensure the regular monitoring of its state of conservation including its many concerns, threats and problems. …The site manager of the Baroque Churches (NCCA) works with the NM and NHCP in ensuring that work is done according to World Heritage standards and in order to improve the conservation management processes so that the Outstanding Universal Value of the properties are maintained and properly managed.” – whc.unesco.org

**Photo credits to Janeil Arlegui for the dreamy watercolor paintings of the churches used by TransitPinas as header photos.

A Trip Back in Time – UNESCO Baroque Churches of the Philippines

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A Fortress Lost in Transition – Santa Maria Church
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10 Reasons Why You Should Climb the Jade Mountain of Taiwan

While the views from the top inspire awe, one of the many reasons to trek Yushan is to challenge the body and the mind. To shout “Yes, I did it!” as you go out of your comfort zone in this freezing alpine region.

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The Jade Mountain in Taiwan is every adventurer and mountaineer’s dream mountain. This almost four-thousander alpine summit is included in the “Asian Trilogy Climbs” completing the triptych of Mt. Fuji in Japan and Mt. Kinabalu in Malaysia. These are the ten reasons I find worth experiencing whenever one sets foot at the King of the Northeast, Yushan.


  1. Experience Cherry Blossoms in full bloom along the scenic areas of Alishan and Tataka/Tatajia.

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2. Sight some of the endemic birds of Taiwan, specially this White-whiskered Laughing Thrush who will curiously approach you along the trail.

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A White whiskered Laughing Thrush among the Yushan Canes.

3. Catch the sunrise at the Mt. Jade trail head and be amazed with the scenic view of the lower peaks from 2600 meters above sea level.

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5. Spend a night at the Paiyun Lodge, located 3400MASL just two (2) kilometers from the summit and make friends with fellow hikers. (There’s free internet connection in here!)

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6. Bask in the ethereal colors of the sun setting/rising along the ridges of Yushan South Peak.

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7. Be one with the clouds while identifying other endemic plants thriving along the frigid to sub-frigid zones.

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8. With Altitude Mountain Sickness notwithstanding, hike through treacherous trails leading to the summit, including this one.

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9. Do the I-Am-The-King-of-the-World pose at the summit during golden hours of sunrises and sunsets. (Well, it also gets too cold from here!)

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10. There’s snow! and lot’s of it!

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The author along with his team, Team GreenWayFarerPH survived and braved the very peak of Yushan (3952+)/ Jade Mountain in Nantou County, Taiwan before the winter season ended in March 2018. Check out their #TaiwanItThatWay adventures HERE.


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10 Reasons Why You Should Never Go To Camiguin

Camiguin Island, is popularly dubbed as the “Island Born of Fire”. It is said to be the country’s most beautiful island enriched with plethora of natural wonders and historical riches. These are the 10 reasons why you should never, EVER, include Camiguin on your bucketlists.


1. They have an island like this one in Mahinog they call as Mantigue Island. The inviting aquamarine colored waters are complemented by fine white sand. It is also a protected marine sanctuary that houses a Giant Clam Sanctuary and different schools of fishes.

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2. Island life is pretty laid back, just the kind of escape that you needed from the everyday stress in the city.

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3. The trip going to the island born of fire’s Benoni Port, is already an adventure in itself. Catch the sunrise and sunset as the volcanoes from the island looms from afar while aboard the passenger ship.

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4. Did I mentioned that one can also trek to the crater rim of their crowning jewel, the Mt. Hibok-Hibok? Check out the mossy forests along the trail of this active volcano and you can even camp at the Ilihan Crater Lake. How awesome is that?

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5. Camiguin has a naked temptress named as the White Island. This sandbar, located just a few hundred meters from mainland Mambajao and is accessible by boat continually changes its shape depending on the tide. No trees, just fine white sand and unlimited swimming and photo opportunities.

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6. One can marvel at the Old Volcano of Guinsiliban at the cliff of Tongatoc Cove.

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7. They have one of the highest waterfall in the country that they call as the Katibawasan Falls. One can also take a dip at its ice cold water while being surrounded by jungle plants and other local flora.

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8. One can free dive at some of their marine sanctuaries and see colorful and lively corals swarmed by fishes of different colors and sizes.

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9. They have a humongous cross in the middle of the sea. Underneath the cross is a cemetery before the old volcano erupted. One can take a short boat trip to the Sunken Cemetery cross and if time permits, you can snorkel or dive around the area.

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10. Aside from Katibawasan Falls, they have other waterfalls that is worth the visit. Not too far from the town center of Catarman, is the gem of Barrio Mainit that they call as the Tuasan Falls.

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Kidding aside, Camiguin is one of the Philippine Islands worth to visit and should be the next destination to tick off your bucketlists. Book a flight to Cagayan De Oro or a direct flight to Camiguin and marvel at the long list of places to visit in this tiny island off the coast of Mindanao!

For all the right reasons, there are no words to describe the island experience, just feel Camiguin. #FeelCamiguin #NoWords

Check the author’s Camiguin Adventure HERE.


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Updated February 16, 2018

 

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