Bukidnon Travel Guide Collab

ShareTweet “The name ‘Bukidnon’ means highlander or mountain dweller. Bukidnon is considered to be the food basket of Mindanao.” –Wikipedia I teamed up with a Bukidnon-based travel blogger, runner and fellow adventurer Earl of Suroy Pilipinas to create something that will help future travelers when they are researching for Bukidnon. Here’s our Bukidnon Travel Guide: 1. Describe Bukidnon. Earl: Bukidnon is a landlocked province in the highlands of Northern Mindanao. Its rich fertile grounds which produce rice, corn, sugarcane, banana, pineapple and vegetables make it the breadbasket of Mindanao.  Bukidnon does not have an airport but can be reached by […]

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Camiguin Travel Guide

ShareTweet Camiguin. An island province in the north of Mindanao that is “born of fire,” or created because of volcanic activities some eons of years ago. Here’s our short Camiguin travel guide for those planning to explore this island: 1. Describe Camiguin. Enzo: Camiguin is such a wonderful place. To me, it’s magical, it’s enchanting. Camiguin offers peaceful surroundings. James: Camiguin is paradise. A small province that can offer almost everything to the keen traveler. A perfect solo getaway, a honeymoon destination, a barkada trip or a family vacation. It has lush mountains, cold, hot and soda springs, white-sand beaches, […]

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Sagada Travel Guide Collab

ShareTweet Sagada! Almost everyone who hears this destination has something positive to say about the place. If you have been there, then it would surely bring back happy memories. If you haven’t then maybe its time to pay a visit soon. Here’s a SAGADA Travel Guide I and Kara Santos of Travel Up prepared for those of you who are planning to visit Sagada soon: 1. Describe the destination. Kara: Sagada is one of the most scenic places in the country. The place is so laid-back and you can just relax, enjoy the cold weather and beautiful scenery and really […]

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