As National Cultural Heritage Month comes to a close, it is important to raise awareness on an important aspect of Philippine heritage: the heritage marker.
Source: Why you should care about heritage markers on historical structures
Sweeping natural landscapes, fascinating architecture, historical structures, and more.
Source: Most Beautiful Cities and Towns in the Philippines
Can’t wait to travel and see the world? As we stay indoors and wait for another grand adventure, we think about our plans that have been canceled or rescheduled. Our #TravelGoals will have to be set aside for a few months until it’s safe to travel again. But did you know that ‘travel’ is also a state of mind?
Source: Ultimate ‘travel’ experience to stunning heritage sites while at home | Cebu Daily News
On UNESCO World Heritage Site Mt. Hamiguitan, the public can have a rare-sighting of one of the world’s largest carnivorous plants. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources reintroduced these endemic and rare species of Nepenthes also known as “Pitcher Plants,” that can be only found in Mt. Hamiguitan Range Wildlife Sanctuary in Davao Oriental on…
Source: Some of the world’s largest carnivorous plants are found in the Philippines and on one mountain
Whether you’re hungry for food, heritage, culture, or nature, Iloilo will surely provide you the finest of 24 all things!
Source: My Great Escape: 4-day Itinerary in Iloilo, the “Heart of the Philippines”
Definitely a lot to see and experience in this tropical paradise.
Source: Palawan Bucket List: 20 Things To Do On Your Island Adventures!
Tubbataha Reefs National Park’s very own “Mama Ranger” Angelique Songco will be honored as a new member of the Women Divers Hall of Fame in 2020. Angelique Songco will be one of the six new members to be inducted into the honor society whose member contributions span a wide variety of fields including in the…
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As fog creeps up the contours of the mountainside at daybreak, Miguel Tumucal fixes his gaze on the stair-shaped edges of the vast farmland.
Source: On the edge: Saving Ifugao rice terraces | Inquirer News
The Philippines is not on many travelers radar but that seems to be changing. It is a logical destination for people looking for something unique.
Source: 5 Unique Things to Do and to See in the Philippines – Rus Tourism News
Christmas is the most awaited season in the Philippines with the Catholic faithful joyfully recalling the birth of Jesus Christ through religious and historical traditions. The church is usually at the center of the Christmas festivities with Filipino Catholics filling these spaces to the brim to take part in solemn celebrations.
Source: Church marvels for dawn Mass | Inquirer Business
Rice terraces in critical state – FAO
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Thanks to a partnership with the United Nations organization, Seabourn sailings feature shore excursions to more than 170 World Heritage locations worldwide.
Source: This Cruise Line Offers Unique Access to UNESCO Sites
The site manager of Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park in Palawan has been awarded an environment prize.
Source: Tubbataha Park superintendent receives biodiversity award | Philstar.com
Vigan, a UNESCO World Heritage City, has been recognized by Atlanta-based media company CNN as one of the “most beautiful towns” in Asia.
Source: Vigan is One of Asia’s “Most Beautiful Towns,” according to CNN – Out of Town Blog
Tropical nights, curious mountain silhouettes, sprawling rice paddies and pungent cuisine. And some snow-topped mountains as well. The Thaiger has selected the Top Ten of these camera-worthy towns. Southern Asia is a concoction of the ancient, very modern, traditional and enigmatic. Amongst the islands, megacities and spectacular scenery there are also some very pretty towns…
Source: Top 10 prettiest towns in Asia | The Thaiger