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This waterfall in Agusan del Sur’s capital Prosperidad (locally known as Baba) is hidden in the lush forest with towering Toog Tree (Philippine Rosewood) in its path. Brave the 300+ steps of steep stairs and be refreshed by the cool waters of this magnificent waterfall. ✨
📍Bega Falls, Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur
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There are many spots in Tagaytay where you can get a perfect view of Taal. You can dine at Bag of Beans or RSM Lutong Bahay with the backdrop of the lake and volcano or chill at Starbucks Domicillo while admiring the scenery. 📍 Tagaytay City, Batangas
We may always capture and share visually perfect underwater images. But these pictures clearly show you the other true side of it. Aside from the beautiful vibrant reef, different kinds of fish or other large marine animals we see every dive, these are what add up to our everyday “sightings” list. I’ve witnessed old submerged plastics eaten directly by small fishes, plastics covered with algae, some are undistinguishable, almost camouflaging with the reef.
This is what we always remind people every dive—always pick up trash out of the ocean or at least try to keep it until we get back in the boat and make sure to throw it in the proper garbage disposal. This very simple act can actually have a huge impact, and this is just one of the thousand things we can do to give back to our ocean.
Witness the majestic view of Taal Volcano from Tagaytay, which is dubbed as the second summer capital of the Philippines due to its cooler climate. Just a 2-hour drive from Manila, Tagaytay is the perfect weekend destination to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Check out Philippine Primer’s digital copy of December 2019 at primer.com.ph/backissues to find out more about it! 📍 Tagaytay City, Batangas
If you’re the kind of traveler who takes interest in going to scenic nature spots, we know a place for you. Taal Volcano, the second most active volcano in the Philippines, is a sight to see and a place to discover in the Philippines. 📍 Talisay, Batangas
Oftentimes, I appreciate how the skies are painted with different colors during sunrise, sunset and blue hours. I usually stare at them for a longer period. But I never imagine that I'd give a dreamy looks at these storm clouds as they are devastatingly beautiful.
Hermit crabs are decapod crustaceans of the superfamily Paguroidea, not closely related to true crabs. Most hermit crabs salvage empty seashells to shelter and protect their soft abdomens, from which they derive the name ‘hermit’. As hermit crabs grow, they must exchange their shell for a larger one. Hermit crabs have a hard exoskeleton that protects all of the body except the abdomen. The reason they seek out shells is because their abdomen is very soft and vulnerable to predators.