Summer is here! Time to put the books down, pick up your 7,107 Islands Foldable Backpack and explore this country that we love so much. With such a world to explore, sometimes we forget that right in front of us, we have 7,107 islands waiting for us. The Philippines is a gorgeous country with so much to offer if only we’re willing to give it a chance. We thrive in natural resources and we have so many hidden gems just waiting to be discovered.
With its clear blue waters and soft, white sandy beaches, Boracay is well known around the world for being a tourist spot for all those who love the sun and sea. As a Filipino or someone planning to go to the Philippines, more often than not, this is somewhere that you have to go to, just to say that you’ve been to one of the best beaches in the world. Visit Cocomangas for some refreshing shakes, Aria Restaurant for their delicious Italian dishes, or D’ Talipapa for their local yet superbly delicious seafood catches.
Want to get out of the city but you don’t want to travel too far? Tagaytay is the perfect place for you! Cool, breezy and just a couple of hours’ drive away. It’s the perfect place to just relax with your Colourful City Headphones and some good music and just chill with a book. Grab some coffee at Bag of Beans and have an early morning date at Breakfast in Antonio’s.
Want to go somewhere to escape this heat? If you love long road trips and cool, breezy weather, then you should definitely visit Baguio, the summer capital of the Philippines. Go to Camp John Hay, Café by the Ruins, and get some ube jam and cuddle in your hotel room in your Constellation Classic Socks.
If you ever found yourself watching ‘That Thing Called Tadhana’ and wondered where that spectacular mountaintop was surrounded by a sea of fluffy cumulus clouds, then that, dear readers, was the breathtaking scenery of Sagada . If you’re into camping under the stars and setting up a bonfire, then this local destination should be at the top of your list.
You just need to know where to go, but it truly is more fun in the Philippines.