Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is renowned for its outstanding ecological value and significant natural preservation consisting of a magnificent underground river hidden beneath St Paul Mountain and listed as one of the World’s New Seven Wonders of Nature. It is also inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
If I have to describe Bohol in three words, those would be Chocolate, Mahogany and Tarsier. These three words are so synonymous with Bohol that they become strong enough reasons for travellers to visit this island, located in the Central Visayas region and surrounded by another 75 minor islands across the Bohol Sea. Bohol is
Gaya Travel team finds that it is high time for travellers who have not yet discovered Manila to start getting acquainted with the city, which is poised to become one of the up-and-coming destination in 2015.
A backpacking adventure by Liayana Syazni and her friends into the charming Luzon Island of Philippines. Enjoy reading her experiences exploring this one of certified UNESCO World Heritage Site.