This summer, you are free to choose. Summer is the best way to unwind and take pictures with the best “ travel hugot lines” caption. Read through our list and make a splash!
“Yung love story natin na parang pagta-travel mo.. hindi na natuloy.”
Pick your #TravelHugotPhoto Courtesy of https://margamaefavor.wordpress.com/2015/02/21/tanay-your-adventure-destination/
Daranak Falls is located in Tanay, Rizal and is roughly 2 hours away from the Metro. The falls is a popular shooting location for movies and television drama series, pre-nuptial shoots and waterfalls photography. During weekends, Daranak Falls gets really crowded and the best way to avoid the swarm is to go here first hour in the morning or during week days.Photo Courtesy of http://tarlaquenotraveler.blogspot.com/2013/01/the-stunning-windmills-of-bangui.html
The Bangui Windmills in Ilocos Norte and just an hour and a half drive from Laoag. Notice that you are close to the site when even from a far while going down towards the bay that some of the windmills are already visible. The Bangui Windmills standing 23 stories high (50 meters) in the Bangui Bay where the wind is just perfect in powering these behemoths. Being in front of these Windmills feels like being in front of a robot or an alien aircraft due to its massive size and it takes around 11 average adults just to hug a single Windmill, now imagine 20 of these giants across the sea-shore all lined up.Photo Courtesy of http://www.boracay.ph/about/photo/?album=2&gallery=2
It’s hard to match Boracay as a tropical paradise and as a party island. Its main beach stretches seven kilometers with powder-like sand, and the water is as clear as drinking water. The sandy bottom also slopes so gently that several meters away from the shore, the depth is just chest-high — and that’s throughout the entire shoreline!Photo Courtesy of http://insights.looloo.com/5-beginner-friendly-mountains-less-4-hours-away-manila/
Pico De Loro
Centuries ago, the Spaniards aboard their galleons to Manila Bay noticed the form of a giant parrot, perched in the forested mountains in Cavite. They named it “Pico de Loro” – “Parrot’s Peak”.
On Cavite’s highest point, mountaineers could behold the rocky tower that the Spanish sailors once saw as the parrot’s beak, and they gaze towards South China Sea where the galleons once sailed, all the way to the historic island fort of Corregidor. Gusts of sea breeze refreshes the hikers when they reach the peak after a four-hour climb.Photo Courtesy of https:
Underground River Cave
The 8.2-kilometer river, said to be the longest navigable underground river in the world, winds its way underneath a mountain range, through the St. Paul Underground River Cave, and then goes out to the South China Sea.
The journey through the cave system is 24 kilometers long. The entire area where the Underground River is located, is actually a national park and a model of biodiversity. More than 800 plant species, including almost 300 trees, 195 bird species, 30 mammals, 19 reptiles, and eight bat species call this area home.
Written By: Marlene Joyce Portacio