A Backpacker’s Guide To Oslob

Hey guys! Sorry if I have been MIA lately. Life and sports happened, plus I’ve been finalizing my itinerary for this year’s birthday backpacking trip. I’ll reveal it to you soon enough but for now, here’s my Oslob Travel Guide. Click the link below 🙂 WHALESHARKS AND WATERFALLS: AN OSLOB TRAVEL GUIDE  

SIQUIJOR ISLAND: The Land Of Mystic And Spectacular Fun

I fell in love with Siquijor’s landscape and its beaches two years ago but I didn’t push through going there. I was a little scared, but last year, for my annual birthday backpacking trip, I finally had the courage to do it. And Siquijor became one of my favorite destinations. HOW TO GET THERE From … Read more SIQUIJOR ISLAND: The Land Of Mystic And Spectacular Fun

Apo Island & Dumaguete City Guide

Apo Island is located at the southeastern tip of Negros Oriental and it’s famous for its spectacular marine wildlife. It’s not surprising that it is one of the top diving destinations here in the Philippines. It boasts beautiful corals, colorful fishes and most importantly (in my opinion), AMAZING sea turtles. That in itself became the … Read more Apo Island & Dumaguete City Guide

Malapascua Island: A Guide For Non-Divers

Malapascua Island has been long considered as one of the Philippines’ best diving locations mainly because of Thresher Sharks. It has been noted that there is a decline in their population due to fishing, but luckily, authorities recently made Monad Shoal (where the sharks are usually) a marine park. These sharks are nocturnal so most … Read more Malapascua Island: A Guide For Non-Divers

MOALBOAL: The Mini Boracay

Moalboal was the last destination of my 8-day travel to the south of Cebu. It is a town just west of Oslob, though it is much more developed. They don’t have much to offer tourism-wise other than canyoneering at Kawasan Falls (which is technically not it Moalboal) and the Panagsama Beach. This is the entry … Read more MOALBOAL: The Mini Boracay