Mountain Province

Sagada is a town within the Mountain Province of the Philippines which is rich in indigenous culture.  The municipality is also known for its natural wonders such as waterfalls, pine forests, rice terraces, lake, and caves. (Photo c/o Leonard Guerrero) With more than 60 caves in Sagada, the Sumaguing Cave has the biggest chamber and…

Zambales

Magalawa Island at Palauig, Zambales, Philippines. Magalawa is a 56-hectare isolated island on the west coast of Luzon that is best known for its white fine sand and its pristine sandbar. Magalawa Island   Magalawa Island Magalawa Island              

Nueva Ecija

Isdaan Floating Restaurant at Talavera, Nueva Ecija. Aside from the delicious Filipino food, the ‘Isdaan’ also exhibits different sculptures – Asian statuaries, mystic animals, human effigies, and many more. Isdaan Floating Restaurant. The Philippine Carabao Center is an attached agency of the Deparment of Agriculture established to breed and cross carabao based on high-yield Murrah…

Iloilo

The iconic Church of Sto. Tomas de Villanueva, commonly known as Miag-ao Church, sits proudly in the municipality of Miag-ao (left – top photo). SEAFDEC FishWorld (left – bottom photo; right – bottom photo). SEAFDEC Milkfish Hatchery (right – top photo). Garin Farm (right – middle photo). The University of the Philippines Visayas (UPV) is…

Ilocos Norte

Bantay Abot Cave, a hill at Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte with a hole in the middle (top row; middle row – middle photo). Ilocos Norte’s Saud Beach (middle row – far left and far right photos; bottom row). Cape Bojeador Lighthouse also known as Burgos Lighthouse at Burgos, Ilocos Norte (top row; left to right); Bangui Wind Farm…