Not far from Manila, the capital of The Philippines, is one of the most dangerous volcanoes on the planet. And you can climb up it!
The legacy of Spain’s colonisation of the Philippines remains – particularly with the religion. So why doesn’t the country acknowledge the reality of the history?
They are the oldest indigenous tribe in the Philippines and also one of the most endangered. I make the trek into the jungle to meet some of them.
The Old Town of Vigan in the Philippines is a World Heritage Site and a popular tourist destination. But I’m not sure if it’s worth the visit.
The Batad Rice Terraces form an amphitheatre of agriculture that have lasted for 2000 years. Here’s how you can get there yourself.
These caves on the island of Palawan are famous for two reasons. Firstly, there’s the natural beauty. But then there’s also an incredible discovery.
This small island at the mouth of Manila Bay is one of the most strategic military points in Asia. When the Japanese attacked, it was their key to success.
A true natural wonder of the world! The Underground River in the Philippines is the highlight of a visit to the island of Palawan. This is what to expect.