Travel Guide Philippines

Photo of a traveler in Sagada Mountain Province, Philippines

The Philippines has a total of 7,641 islands with 81 provinces. A large archipelago nestled before the gargantuan Pacific Ocean with many treasures and places to explore. This section will contain an organize content of our travel guides around the Philippines.

A Friendly Reminder

These guides were done as DIY or do-it-yourself method, and are applicable to travelers who wish to visit these places on the same method. There might be changes in transportation route, prices or even in accommodation rates posted in every guide without prior notice. It is recommend that you conduct thorough research before taking any DIY trip for a seamless travel experience. Rest assured that the contents in this blog will be updated regularly to maintain content accuracy. If you find any of this guides helpful, feel free to share it to your friends. (Updated: February 16, 2018)

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Photo of Apo Whang Od tattooing a travelerPhoto of travel guide in Baguio CityPhoto of a traveler viewing ang Karnibal Mural in Pinto Art MuseumPhoto of a surfer in Real, QuezonPhoto of a travel guide in Buscalan, Kalinga, Philippines

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