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Asik Asik Falls Is Not For the Virgins! | A North Cotabato Adventure

More than two years ago after the discovery of Asik Asik Falls, many are wishing and praying to witness the flagship grandeur of North Cotabato, Mindanao. This 140-meter curtain spring waterfalls have been a mystery and many were wondering how to reach this great work of nature.

R.I.P to Coco Beach Resort and White Haven Beach Resort| The Most Disrespectful Resorts in Gumasa, Saranggani

Undoubtedly the southern countryside of Mindanao shelters some of the best places in the Philippines, beach destinations in particular. The beach of Gumasa and other places in the province of Sarangani is hardly seen in the limelight in showcasing their best kept secret paradise. I had once visited the unheard place in 2011 as my very first official solo backpacking trip in the Philippines. It was the first dare travel carrying only with little cash on hand and a huge baggage of faith and courage to unravel the secret of Sarangani.

Marinduque’s Moriones Festival | A Recollection of Faith

Has anyone thought of what Moriones Festival is all about? For many, this is one fancy event in Marinduque, Philippines where huge and tall male catholic devotees wear mask-like Centurions during the Roman Empire and litter the town's streets for the entertainment of tourists visiting the island.

Visiting Maniwaya Island Marinduque | Holy Week Summer Escapade Series

The Province of Marinduque is synonymous to the celebration of the Filipino Holy Week because of the Moriones Festival. But aside from this, the province shelters some islands and islets that hold some beautiful white sand beaches and Maniwaya Island is one of them.