Batanes Travel Guide Collab



ShareTweet You asked for it? You got it! Here’s a Batanes Travel Guide for those who are dreaming of Batanes. But before anything, let me thank my fellow traveler Christine of Jovial Wanderer for sharing her insights for this Batanes Travel Guide Collab. 1.Describe Batanes. Christine says: Batanes is for travelers who find delight in lavishing nature just as it is, with no modern structures obscuring the views. It’s also an adventurer’s haven because you can go paddling, kiting, fishing and do a lot of hiking. James says: Batanes is a dream come true! Its like traveling back in time, […]

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Accommodations in Batanes



ShareTweet The Cheapest: Basco Island: Ivatan Lodge 0928-245-1337 ivatanlodge@yahoo.com Single room: Php300 Sabtang Island: c/o Tourism Office Single room: Php 300; Folding bed: Php150 The Most Expensive: Fundacion Pacita http://www.fundacionpacita.ph Starts at Php6,750 (good for 2 pax, view deck)   Where we stayed? Batanes Seaside Lodge (Annex). Tita Lydia is so accommodating and was helpful with the whole tour. You can see the Basco Lighthouse from the lodge (annex). I believe the original Seaside Lodge has a nice view of the sea. Smart-0921-2290-120 Globe-0915-9404-823 http://batanesseaside.com/ Starts at Php1000 Other Options: Shanedel’s Inn and Café. Tita Dely let us taste the […]

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10 Food to Try When Visiting Batanes



ShareTweet I don’t know of anyone who doesn’t love food. Personally, I always try the local food available in the community even though I’m not familiar with the taste and name of the food. Its part of the travel experience and a part of discovery. Today I share with you some of the foods (and a wine) I remember eating while in Batanes. Most of these foods are available at Hiro’s Café where we usually hang out when its eating time. 1. Uvud Balls. Its like meat balls but made from banana heart with ground meat. The soup is a […]

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