Raimer's Beach Resort & Hotel is the only resort located in San Salvador Island Masinloc, Zambales. A four hour drive via private vehicle or six hours commute via public transportation from Manila. I got the chance to visit the place when Judith (Punch & Judy) invited me to join their team building. We left Manila by … Continue reading Raimer’s Beach Resort & Hotel in San Salvador Island
"A little deed done very well is better than a mighty plan kept on paper, undone." Our hearts were overwhelmed and filled with joy for the overflowing support of our friends, co-biyaheros and strangers who showed their support for our recent #BN1stOutreachProgram I would like to extend my genuine THANK YOU on behalf of BN … Continue reading When ‘THANK YOU’ is not enough
If you are looking for clear turquoise water and white sandy shores of sugary sands and rough coral stones Potipot island is another place you have to check out. The island is not too crowded with an exception of summer time. The island is very accessible and affordable. This is a nice place to relax … Continue reading Travel Guide : Isla De Potipot
I had the chance to comeback in Makatira Island also known as Hermana menor. I missed its white sand and clear waters. When LIVE MORE ADVENTURES AND TOURS had this event I did not hesitate to join. This also served as our reunion for some of my fellow CAWAG PENTA co-participants. There were total 20 … Continue reading Visiting Makatira Island once again!
Zambales is popular with each beaches. However I am sure that a lot of people like me wants to enjoy the serenity of place far from the crowd without traveling too far. Here is another place where you can enjoy your me time or even with your friends. It's called Hermana Menor and Hermana Mayor. … Continue reading Meeting the Sister Islands: Hermana Menor and Hermana Mayor
Take a Victory Liner bus bound for Sta Cruz Zambales. Fare is from P450-490 and travel time is from 5-6 hours. Tell the driver drop you off at the Petron Station in Brgy. Lipay, Sta. Cruz. Terminal is located in Sampaloc, Caloocan and Pasay. Note that there’s no direct Sta. Cruz bound bus in Cubao … Continue reading Travel Guide : How to commute going to Hermana Menor and Hermana Mayor Island Zambales
I have recently joined the Cawag Pentalogy day Hike Challenged that was organized by Live More Adventures. The goal of this challenge is to conquer five mountains in an average of 16 hours. There were total of 23 participants who took the challenge. Cawag is located in Subic, Zambales Philippines. There are five mountains that mountaineers … Continue reading Cawag Pentalogy Day Hike Challenge Accepted!
Mt. Balingkilat, literally the “Mountain of Thunder” an 1100 MASL and one of the highest peaks in the Zambales Coastal Mountains and Coves area. An emerging hiking hotspot within San Antonio and Subic towns. Balingkilat is rocky, grassy, and windy. There is little tree cover. There are steep parts in the final legs of the … Continue reading Mt. Balingkilat, the “Mountain of Thunder”
Mt. Bira-Bira (a.k.a. Mt. Nagsasa) is located in Sitio Cawag, San Antonio, Zambales Philippines It has grassy trails with minimal elevation along the way to the summit. During the day trails are very hot because because it is exposed from the sun. Once you get to the summit you can feel the strong cool … Continue reading Mt. Bira-Bira (a.k.a. Mt. Nagsasa)