The Philippines is renowned for its widely-flung archipelago sitting at the eastern edge of Asia, the South China Sea to the west and the vast expanses of the Pacific Ocean towards the east. With its 7,107 islands, reckoned as the largest island groups in the world. Truly, how blessed the Philippine must be. Thus, beckoning everyone to satisfy his/her greatest pleasure in exploring the beauteous islands of the Philippines. More so, the chances to experience the natural world from lowlands to highlands, mangroves and marshes, and to the locals and their activities.
Mt. Hibok-Hibok is one of the most favorite hiking destinations in the Philippines because of its green, lush vegetation, So what are you waiting for, pack your bag and scale Camiguin's gorgeous mountain.
Mt. Pulag (formerly Mt. Pulog) is the 3rd highest mountain in the Philippines. It protects some of Luzon’s most important wildlife species.
The Banaue Rice Terraces are 2,000-year-old terraces that were carved into the mountains of Ifugao.