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

What’s Not To Love About BATANES?

Breathtaking, awe-inspiring, spectacular, magnificent? No adjective can ever describe the beauty of Batanes! Batanes is located in the northernmost part of the Philippines. The province is not very popular to foreigners unlike El Nido, Coron and Boracay, but it is a dream to us Filipinos to be able to visit Continue Reading

Understanding the Filipinos: What Tourists Should Know Before Visiting the Philippines

Philippines is an amazing country. Recently, its beautiful scenery and unique attractions have attracted tourists all over the world. When you visit the Philippines, it’s not the place you often hear about, but its people, the experience, and the culture. Here are most of the things what foreign tourists say 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

5D4N Palawan Trip: El Nido and Puerto Princesa

Palawan is the pearl and the tourist capital of the Philippines. Palawan is a perfect place for people who want to experience different kind of adventures. Here you can go island hopping, snorkeling, diving, mountain climbing, cliff climbing, caving, spelunking, waterfall hopping, and a lot more! Palawan’s tourism boosted twice ever Continue Reading

2D1N Puerto Princesa City Tour and Honda Bay Island Hopping

The City of the Living God, as what they call it, is truly a remarkable place who preserved their cultures. Puerto Princesa is known as the capital of Palawan Province, and is number 1 visited by tourists in the Philippines. Famous of its breathtaking beaches and claimed several world record Continue Reading