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  • 10 remote Philippine island beaches you

    Its not for ordinary tourists but for intrepid adventurers who seek really off the beaten path, remote beaches in the Philippines.

    I’ve personally been to these places and I can attest to the beaches that have been listed here. But then, its not only about the destination. The journey is quite interesting in getting to these places.

    And if you brave the routes and length of travel, you will be rewarded with often white sandy shores without the crowds, touts or vendors. Below is a compilation of ten remote island beaches from Luzon to the Visayas and then Mindanao.

    1. Cibang Cove (Ca ...

  • Cibang Cove A glimpse of heaven

    It was the best beach place I’ve been to. Better than Boracay, not in terms of sand but the pure delight I had in plunging and bathing into its crystal clear waters that we just had to ourselves. Even better than Flower Island.

    The first time I saw Cibang Cove was a photo when I talked with my client in a bid to entice me to do the assignment. I had no qualms doing it. In fact, the first time I heard that it will be in Calayan Island, the Babuyanes, my eyes lit up, and heard hosannas in the air.

    But being in Cibang Cove was a different experience. The place is just so marvelous. Think ...

  • Pioneering Study On Eels Launched

    A London-based charity and conservation organization is launching a research project on eel species that can be found in Cagayan province in Northern Luzon.

    The Zoological Society of London (ZSL)-Philippines will be conducting a first-ever study on eel (Anguillidae) species found in the province, the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) said.

    BFAR Regional Director Jovita Ayson said the project is also being supported by Department of Environment and Natural Resources and Biodiversity Management Bureau at the central and regional offices in Cagayan Valley.

    Called “Eel as ...