Project Pagbangon: 4th Typhoon Yolanda Commemoration

November 8-9, 2017 – Philippine Misereor Partnership Inc. (PMPI) celebrates the 4th Typhoon Yolanda Commemoration with the hashtag #ProjectPagbangon at Ali Mall Activity Center, Cubao, Quezon City. PMPI is a network of about 300 people organizations, non-governmental organization, church-based groups and Misereor – a development agency of the Catholic Church Continue Reading

Six Days Backpacking Samar, Philippines – Island Hopping, Cliff Jumping, Waterfall Hopping and Spelunking

The island of Samar is one of the most underrated paradise in the Philippines. People are so focused in Boracay and Palawan, that they missed to pay attention on the other side of the archipelago. Samar has maintained its secret beauty being unspoiled and undiscovered for several years. Only a Continue Reading

Lobo Cave 3KM Spelunking – Catbalogan, Samar

Samar is the Caving Capital of the Philippines. Here you can find several unique caves, and even the biggest cave in the Philippines, the Langun-Gobingob Cave. If you are following the caving expert in Samar Trexplore The Adventures, you’d probably be amazed how big and long the caves they are exploring. Continue Reading

Calbayog Samar Waterfall Hopping – Tarangban, Bangon, Larik Falls

Calbayog is dubbed as the “Waterfall City” in Samar because it is a home of many waterfalls. I’ve visited several waterfalls before, and the ones in Calbayog are something else. They have their own mystic and unique aura. Like the Aguinid Falls in Cebu, the waterfalls in Calbayog is also a series of Continue Reading

Cabacungan Rock Formations and Secret Pink Beach

In all the islands in the Philippines, Cabacungan is probably one of the least known tourist attraction. This place is not very popular to tourists, not because it is the least beautiful, but only it is rarely visited. Not most people know about the existence of Cabacungan Rock Formations. You’ll Continue Reading

Capul: The Hidden Paradise of the Philippines

There are 7,641 islands in the Philippines and one was actually hidden in the map. Between the great land of Luzon and the many islands of Visayas, lies a small island not very known to many, even by Filipinos. There was a time when this island was not even included Continue Reading