Since it is summer, sharing with you another laagan adventure post 2 years ago. If you are the type who prefer the mountain view instead of the beach, then this climbing adventure near Metro Manila, Philippines definitely suit you. MT. DARAITAN Tanay, Rizal and General Nakar, Quezon Major jumpoff: Brgy. Daraitan (village center), Tanay Minor... Continue Reading →
Before the self-proclaimed #influencers are demanding for ex-deals, Siargao Island has already established its name on the map of the "most beautiful places to go to before you die". Re-posting my Laagan Adventures post about this paradise almost 9 years ago. 😊
Repost from Laagan Adventures (May 15, 2011) The T'bolis are well known among the 18 tribes of Mindanao. Majority of them settles in the mountains of South Cotabato particularly in Lake Sebu. Even with the local government's push towards development, T'bolis were able to maintain and preserve their rich culture and traditions. Their ways of... Continue Reading →
If you are looking for a Summer adventure with the view of the magnificent Mt. Apo, this place is just right for you. Camp Sabros Mountain Resort has a number of family-friendly rides to offer, not to mention, the ambiance of a highland adventure. It is about 2 hours away from the City of Davao, located in Barras, Kapatagan, Digos City, Davao del Sur.
This video was taken 9 years ago as we spent Valentine's day zipping our way up to Lake Sebu, South Cotabato... I have been featuring many about this adventure in "Laagan Adventures", but let me just re-post it here.
Repost from my old Laagan Adventures Blog (08 March 2008)... This was my first ever mountaineering adventure. As you can see in the gears and outfit, everything was improvised- not fit for climbing. But since it was my first time, I consider it the most memorable one.
Because I spent less than USD1000? Lol! 😆 Read through to know more! They say The Maldives is every couple's dream honeymoon destination... a paradise ONLY FOR the rich and the famous. However, a tourism boost has made the country more accessible for those who are on a tight budget... Moreover, you don't have to... Continue Reading →
This is a wrap-up trip of our 11-day Japan adventure, but it was so full. From historical landmarks to food tasting, our remaining 3 days exploring Japan was jam-packed and has never been boring.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhQfzxKmCAY&feature=youtu.be This quiet town of Fujikawaguchiko gets busy with the influx of tourists - foreigners, and locals alike - all year round. But still, unlike other attractions around here (Mt. Fuji Ropeway and Fuji-Q Highlands) where queues are long, the town also has tourist spots closer to nature, where you can enjoy and relax without... Continue Reading →