“Where there’s a river, there’s life!” As they say and it can never be truer as this body of water penetrating the land can be a source of food, livelihood and instrumental in irrigation. When late environmentalist, Gina Lopez spearheaded a clean-up drive for Buhatan river in Sorsogon back in 2014 and they saw the ecotourism potential of this river. Following the path of successful river rehabilitation and ecotourism development like Bohol’s Abatan river, Cebu’s Bojo river and Puerto Pricesa’s Iwahig river to name a few.
“Talon! (Jump!)” our whale shark interaction officer shouted. Suddenly, there were splashes everywhere and we were in the water. It took a few seconds to find my orientation underwater and make out the direction of where I am looking. I saw our guide pointing to a direction but it was too late. I saw only a visage of a whale shark descending deeper. We’re already past 2 hours in our Donsol Whale Shark Watching activity and already had a few jumps into the water yet still no decent sighting. Will we be lucky enough to get really close and interact with a whale shark?
Aside from the majestic Mt. Mayon in Albay, the next popular active volcano in the region is Mt Bulusan. The 1,565 meters high active volcano has cracked and rugged peaks. Locals often refer to Mt Bulusan as the male counterpart of the “female”, Mt. Mayon. Bulusan Volcano may not have that picturesque cone-shape form but the volcano and its surrounding area of rainforest and lakes is declared a national park. And recently, I had the fortune of visiting the Bulusan Volcano Natural Park twice. Seeing for myself and experiencing what this rainforest natural park has to offer.
Where should you travel next year? This is a question that many people struggle with. There are so many amazing places to visit in the world, it can be hard to decide on just one destination! In this blog post, we will discuss some factors you should consider when choosing your travel destination for next year. We’ll also provide some tips on how to make the process a little bit easier. So, without further ado, let’s get started!
Every industry has its own system of “best practices” – tried-and-true rules and guidelines – and travel is no exception. There are numerous “rules of thumb” that can assist us in navigating an unknown environment with fewer errors. It may sound absurd to see travel as a “talent,” but it is a skill. There are traveling masters and novices.
Most people aren’t born with the capacity to travel effectively. It’s something that can only be taught by on-the-road experience. You make a large number of travel blunders initially.
Travel awareness is the outcome of missed buses, silly behavior, historical insensitivity, and other minor mistakes. Then, one day, you find yourself floating through airports and integrating into cultural differences like a fish to water.
These fantastic solutions will enable you to save money, sleep better, leave the beaten – track quite often, and be a next-level traveler.
Thailand is one of Southeast Asia’s most popular tourist destinations, and it’s easy to see why. From tropical islands and jungle-covered mountains to floating markets and ancient ruins, there is a lot to do and see in your next Family Holiday in Thailand . Whether you want to dive into the beautiful beaches or your kids want to interact with animals, the country is a giant playground for families to come and enjoy together. Besides ticking off famous places like the Grand Palace, you can savor mouth-watering dishes from Thai cuisine. It is a country that is obsessed with history, food, and nature.
Looking to Spend Your Family Holiday in Thailand? Read about the 11 must-try activities that’ll give you memories to cherish forever.
Often times from experience of chasing waterfalls, some of the most majestic falls comes after an arduous journey. That’s why it was quite a delight to discover the Kambal Busay Falls and Hidden Falls in Bulusan, Sorsogon. One of the most accessible falls I’ve been to but it retains its pristine beauty and developed with care.