Aklan | Ati-Atihan Festival 2017 Schedule of Activities

Ati-Atihan Festival is one the biggest festival in Philippines held annually in January in honor of the Santo Niño (Infant Jesus). It is considered  as the country’s own version of Mardi gras.

Ati-Atihan Festival is celebrated on the third Sunday of January in Kalibo Aklan. The event features street dancing, floats parade and people wearing indigenous costumes and weapons.  The festival has inspired many other Philippine Festivals including the Sinulog Festival of Cebu and Dinagyang of Iloilo, both adaptations of the Kalibo Ati-Atihan Festival.

Cebu | Sinulog Festival 2017 Schedule Of Activities

Sinulog Festival is one of the grandest festival in Philippines. It's annual celebration held in Cebu City on the third Sunday of January. 

(C) Dinno Sandoval

Sinulog Festival is a religious celebration that commemorates the Filipinos' acceptance of Christianity and to honor Senyor Sto. Niño. A lot of locals and international tourists converged in the beautiful city of Cebu to witness this glamorous event.

Travel Guide | Fortune Island in Batangas

Fortune Island is one of the interesting tourist spots in Nasugbo Batangas. It features replica of ancient buildings of great architectural like Parthenon. You would feel that you're in Acropolis Greece. 

Fortune Island is located about 15 kilometers off the coast of Nasugbu, Batangas which can be reached via 1-hour boat ride from the jump off point. The island measures about 27 hectares and filled with Grecian architecture from the famous pillars of Parthenon and unique structures featuring ancients gods and mythical creatures, imitating Greek Acropolis.

Travel Guide | Calaguas Island in Camarines Norte

Aside from Caramoan Island, one of the beautiful destinations that you need to visit in Bicol Region is Calaguas Island. It is located in the province of Camarines Norte which about 7-8 hours travel from Manila. Lots of tourists are comparing the island to the white sand beach of Boracay.

Calaguas Island is composed of beautiful islands such as Tinaga Island, Guintinua Island, Maculabo Island and other minor islands. This beautiful and enchanting paradise features a long stretch of beach with powdery white sand, pristine clear water and dotted green trees, a place where you can relax and find a peace of mind.

Travel Guide | Masasa Beach In Batangas

As a backpacker, I 'm always looking for a budget-friendly destination. Due to my busy schedule in blog events and work, I preferred a place which is near the Metro. One of my friends suggested to visit the unspoiled beach in Tingloy Island in Batangas, the Masasa Beach.

Masasa Beach is a 1-2 hour drive from Manila. This white beach can be reached from Mabini Batangas via a 45- minute motorboat ride. The jump-off point is either Talaga Port or Anilao Port. First trip in Anilao/Talaga port starts at 10AM.

Pacsafe launches Flagship Store in PH

Bags are really important for travellers. It can help to pack and secure personal belongings when travelling. There's a wide variety of bag in the form of cloth or leather backpacks , handbags, and briefcases . Some of the brands now available in the market added unique features and technology on their products for anti-theft.

At the recent event held in Glorietta 5 in Makati, Pacsafe officially launched its flagship store. It's joined by members of the press. online community, bloggers and friends from Pacsafe Philippines. The launching event was hosted by singer and former MYX VJ Julz Savard.

Masasa Beach in Tingloy Island

Aside from Burot Beach,  the Masasa Beach in Tingloy Island is one of the unspoiled beached in Batangas. It features white coastline, pristine water and some rock formations. It's  three-hour land trip and a 45- minute motorboat ride from Manila.

After passing ricefields,  you will be welcomed of some small waves and howling wind. There are some small fishing boats are docked along stretch of the shore. The beach has white sand but it's not  powdery compare with other  white beaches in Batangas. Pebbles in different colors and sizes as well broken corals are scattered everywhere.
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