Potipot Island

If you are searching for a quiet and secluded island to bask in nature, Potipot Island is a good choice. Potipot Island is among CNN’s most Googled destinations in 2013. Little Boracay of the North Potipot Island is also known as the Little Boracay of the North in Candelaria, Zambales. The highly acclaimed and recommended … Read more

Angeles City

Angeles City is a highly urbanized city of the province of Pampanga in the Luzon Island of the Philippines. A famous landmark in Angeles is the Clark International Airport located in the Clark Freeport zone. The Clark Freeport Zone is a former United States military facility called the Clark Air base. The United States government … Read more


Mindoro is an island off the coast of Luzon and is northeast of the island province of Palawan. This island is known as the seventh largest island in the Philippines. Just like in Palawan, tourism in the province is lucrative. It is where you can find the famous Puerto Galera known for its white sand … Read more

Mountaineering in Mount Pulag

Mountaineering in Mount Pulag is a growing activity in the Philippines. This is one travel destination in the Philippines you can try with your group. Mount Pulag is one of the favorite climbs for many beginning climbers. Located in the tri-border area of the provinces of Benguet, Ifugao and Nueva Vizcaya in Northern Luzon, Mount … Read more


Subic is a municipality of the province of Zambales in the Luzon, Philippines. Like Olongapo City, it is considered a fast growing commercial area in Zambales. It used to be the home of one of the largest US military bases outside mainland USA. The present Freeport Zone is the former US Naval Base. Now the … Read more


Zambales is part of Central Luzon in the Philippines. The province is famous for its mangoes harvested from the months of January to April. Subic Bay One of the most famous establishments in Zambales is the Subic Bay International Airport located in Cubi Point within the Subic Bay Freeport zone formerly the home of the … Read more

Corregidor Island

For centuries, Corregidor Island has stood watch over Manila bay and the capital of the Philippines. During the Spanish colonization the island was used as a lookout point and fortress to protect the city of Manila from pirates and invaders. It also served as a correction facility or penal colony notorious for its hard labor … Read more