There are Philippine destinations that are heavily favored by travelers and photographers, both professional and amateurs, because of breathtaking beauty in multiple angles. We’ve seen amazing VisitPinas-tagged photos of Kaparkan Falls, located in Tineg, Abra, and just as we started to think that we’ve seen all possible facets of its beauty, we encounter new photos showing a different side. Look. Continue reading Kaparkan Falls Gallery: Philippine Travel Stories
People travel for different reasons, which, in turn, determine the number of pax in the group. Those who seek to reflect and relax may want to travel alone. Those who want to have a lovely time may want to travel in pairs. Then there are those who, God knows what their reason for travel may be, want to spend the time on the road with the barkada. Bad idea. We’re going to tell you the reasons why, and convince you that, you should NOT travel with your barkada. Continue reading Top 15 Reasons Why You Should Not Travel with Your Friends: Philippine Travel Stories
North of the Philippines’ national capital region is Abra, a landlocked province surrounded by Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Apayao, and Kalinga. Here we find the relaxing natural curtains of cold spring terraces, an awesome sight to behold known as the Kaparkan Falls. Perfect for more adventurous travelers who enjoy the outdoors.
Unfortunately, we heard from Rai that September is going to be the last month it will open this year. Rai has this invitation: “We will be coming back to Kaparkan Falls of Tineg Abra on September 08-09. For those who want to join us, kindly hit me through DM! Don’t miss the chance for this one a kind adventure since it will be the last month it will open this year!” (Check his Instagram account, @rhyjoe, for more photos). Click the photo to enlarge. Continue reading Chillin’ at Kaparkan Falls, the Nature-Engineered Spring Terraces at Tineg, Abra: Photo of the Day