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Making Memories Of Wanderlust

Making Memories Of Wanderlust

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Taking You To Another Prominent Travel Destination, This Time, It’s All About Vibrant Celebrations, Palatable Cuisines, And Exciting Adventure. Read On!

A mesmerizing blend of natural beauty, rich history, and vibrant culture, we’re landing in the Philippines this month. From pristine beaches and lush mountains to bustling cities and charming towns, this Southeast Asian gem has something for everyone. Beyond its breathtaking landscapes, the Philippines is also renowned for its diverse and delectable cuisine. Embark on a journey through this tropical paradise as we uncover the must-try experiences and mouthwatering dishes that make the Philippines a true travel destination for adventurers and food lovers alike.

Travelling to this destination is a captivating experience that offers a blend of stunning landscapes, warm hospitality, vibrant culture, and delicious cuisine. With over 7,000 islands to explore, this Southeast Asian gem is a treasure trove of adventure and relaxation. Let’s have a look, how!



Palawan Island is a must-visit destination in the Philippines. Embark on an island-hopping adventure around the stunning Bacuit Archipelago, which includes popular spots like El Nido and Coron. Marvel at towering limestone cliffs, crystal-clear lagoons, and picturesque hidden beaches. Snorkelling and diving enthusiasts, this is your place to explore vibrant coral reefs
teeming with marine life, including sea turtles and colourful tropical fish.


When in the Philippines, you just cannot miss out on adventure. And what can be better than some steps taken towards the mountains. If you’re someone who loves to explore the lane of thrill, trekking to the summit of Mount Pinatubo is what you need. The aforementioned mountain is not just any mountain, it is an active volcano located in Luzon. It is an exhilarating experience. The journey takes you through breathtaking landscapes of volcanic ash canyons, scenic rivers, and indigenous Aeta communities. Once you reach the summit, you’ll look at a stunning turquoise crater lake, that will make you want to go for a refreshing dip.


Dive into the underwater paradise of Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located in the Sulu Sea, this marine sanctuary boasts vibrant coral gardens, steep walls, and a rich diversity of marine species. Encounter majestic sea turtles, manta rays, reef sharks, and an array of colourful coral formations.


Visit the enchanting island of Bohol and witness the iconic Chocolate Hills. Wondering why they are named that way? Here it is! The unique geological formations consist of over a thousand cone-shaped hills that turn chocolate brown during the dry season. Explore this natural wonder and don’t forget to visit the adorable tarsiers, the world’s smallest primates, at the nearby Tarsier Conservation Area. A geographical feature in the Philippine province of Bohol are known as Chocolate Hills.


Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of the Philippines by attending colourful festivals. The Sinulog Festival in Cebu, the Ati-Atihan Festival in Kalibo. You can participate in the act by picking up your dance shoes instead of just watching it from the sidelines. Alongside, the Pahiyas Festival in Lucban is an example of vibrant celebrations that showcase traditional dances, music, costumes, and delicious local delicacies.


No trip is ever complete without indulging in the delectable cuisine of a destination. Begin with the national dish, adobo, which consists of marinated meat cooked in soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, and spices. Savour the hearty sinigang, a sour soup typically made with tamarind and a variety of meats or seafood. Or try the crispy lechon, a whole roasted pig known for its crispy skin and succulent meat.

For seafood lovers, kinilaw (ceviche) and grilled squid or fish are must-tries. Finish your meal with halo-halo, a refreshing dessert made of crushed ice, sweet beans, jellies, and fruits, and topped with leche flan and ube (purple yam) ice cream.


Known as the Surfing Capital of the Philippines, Siargao Island is more like heaven for beach bums and those who want to have fun along with some adventure. Catch epic waves in Cloud 9, where international surfing competitions take place, or explore the hidden lagoons. It is probably the best spot in the Philippines to let your hair loose and enjoy a great relaxing vacay.

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