5 Resorts in the Philippines for the Adventurous Couple

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Photo taken from Mountain Lake Resort website

I’ve been around the Philippines than most people. And who better to travel with than with my SO. We’ve been to Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. Me being me, I prefer the adventure and the active lifestyle. And him being him, he loves the comfort and the money worth a place has to offer. Together  (we are Captain Planet)  we have the balance of an adventure couple and the luxurious comfortable stay at resorts. From around the country, have my Favorite 5 Resorts for the Adventurous Couple!

5 Reasons to Visit Taal Volcano if You’re A Beach Person

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Taal Volcano is usually viewed in Tagaytay, way up high in the mountains. It’s pretty from up there, but OH MY GOD. It’s amazing up close!

I’m a beach person, no doubt about it. My life will not be complete without a trip to the beach. It’s the sand, sun, and sea that makes my heart go Floom! Ahhh! Then oblivious contentment. But I had the priviledge of going to Taal Volcano. It’s an ACTIVE volcano and, yes, it was safe to go there. But there was a mountainous trek and such that didn’t appeal to my beach girl senses. And you know what? I was glad I went.

Bantayan Island: Ultimate Travel Guide

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Pristine clean waters, pale fine sand, and uncrowded beaches. Those are what Bantayan Island boasts of. Water so clean that their waters near the port are still so blue and you can see the bottom. Located at the Northern part of Cebu, it’s pretty far from the city. The perfect getaway if you love the quiet and the sea. Transportation, accommodation, things to do, places to see, and everything in between!

Kota Beach Resort: Traveler Review

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Kota Beach is situated in the north of Cebu, on the island of Bantayan, Barangay Sta. Fe. To get there from the Cebu City, you take a three hour bus ride from the NorthBus Terminal then a 45 minute ferry. Yes, its kind of grueling to get there (specially the long bus ride) but super worth it. Thinking about it, the trip to Sta Fe is the same time I take going to Makati from my house during bad traffic. Not bad, eh?