12 Beaches that will make you want to save for the summer

12 Beaches that should be in your bucket list

Philippine archipelago comprises of 7,107 islands which houses spectacular if not the best beaches. We are very rich in natural resources and our gems are way more than we could imagine.  Choosing the best beach for me is a tough choice because there are a lot of things to consider: the sand, the location, the landscape, the waves, the people and personal experience. That’s why the list below is just a compilation of Lakwatserong Sulit Philippine Beaches to choose from and hopefully it inspires you to save for the summer and make your own travel plans. I believe that each island and beaches has its own unique beauty depends on your taste and preference.

1. Nacpan Beach, El Nido, Palawan

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Nacpan Beach is one of my favorite, though I’ve only visited this place once I am considering this as the most tranquil beach. If you happen to love the quietness of the beach this one is definitely for you. A perfect place to have some chill me-time moment with its undisturbed ambiance. The ivory sand coupled with its very lengthy shoreline dotted with swaying coconut trees will truly relax your senses. Continue reading

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Marinduque Series: Day 2 Moriones Festival

Via Crucis: The Highlights of Moriones Festival

Location: Street of Boac, Marinduque
Marinduque Series: Day 2

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On the day of Good Friday the highlight of Moriones Festival is being done at the street of Boac, here most people from different places and walks of life gather, lined up and watch the street turn into a big and long stage for “Via Crucis”. Continue reading

Marinduque Series: Day 1 Manila to Balanacan

Holy Week Hassle

Marinduque Series: Day 1
Manila to Balanacan Port, Marinduque

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We know that during Holy Week Marinduque is one of the most traveled places in the Philippines because of its grandiose celebration of Moriones Festival. We know that it would be hassle going to Marinduque on the eve of Holy Wednesday and yet we pursue our plans on getting there. So here’s what happen to us on our way to Marinduque. Continue reading