Cambugahay Falls are located in Tigbawan, Lazi, Siquijor. Visitors may choose from either a river or forest trek to get to the waterfalls. Secluded and relatively underexplored, the waterfalls beckon trekkers for a refreshing dip.
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Camping doesn't have to mean always roughing it out. In fact, with today's sophisticated traveling styles, camping takes on a whole new comfort through glammed-up set-up. In the Philippines, Glamping Siquijor is one that surely tickles the fancies.
Siquijor, Philippines. Siquijor is a 5th provincial income class island province of the Philippines located in the Central Visayas region. Its capital is the municipality also named Siquijor. To the north of Siquijor is Cebu, to the west is Negros, northeast is Bohol, and to the south, across the Bohol Sea, is Mindanao. During the Spanish colonial period of the Philippines, the Spaniards called the island Isla del Fuego (Island of Fire). Siquijor is commonly associated with mystic traditions that the island's growing tourism industry capitalizes on. Siquijor's long-time reputation as a place o ...
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The Philippines is full of enchantment, but of its 7,100++ islands, there is one that is considered most enchanted of all.
The island of Siquijor, home to some 90,000 people, has always been believed to be a place of spell-casting witches and voodoo dolls, but there's more to it than legends and myths.
It was dubbed as Isla del Fuego or the Island of Fire by early Spaniard colonizers because when seen from the sea, it seemed as if the island was on fire, but it only appeared so because of the swarm of fireflies circling the movale trees that lit up th ...
Frankly - before traveling to the Phils I could never have guessed that I would have spent so long in or around waterfalls.
Siquijor! I bet you've already heard of it as a place of witchcraft and mysticism, right? It may sound scary to some but majority of travelers are still enticed to see the island's natural wonders. Heck, mysticism has been tagged to its tourism campaigns. Read on as I share you a quick tour to Siquijor Island.