In this digital and social media-driven world everything you do, places you go, food that you eat and clothes you wear should be documented and captured because if it’s not, it never happened.
Instagram is one of the most famous photo sharing apps used by influencers, bloggers, and netizens. It is everyone’s favorite app and no wonder everybody wants their IG feed a #goals.
Listed here are some picture perfect and Instagram approved destinations and places in the Philippines that will surely be part of your next visit in the country.
Fortune Island is one of the most favorite destinations of travelers in the diving capital of the Philippines;Batangas. The ruins in the top of the limestone cliff resemble the acropolis of Athens in Greece, plus the overlooking sea provides a picture perfect spot.
Flotsam and Jetsam Artist Beach Hostel can be found in San Juan, La Union, the beachfront hostel is perfect for people who’s into art, music, design and chill life. The hostel is full of colorful fixtures, bean bags, native mats and open-air nipa hut where you can lounge and play around with musical instruments.
Real Coast and Surf in Real, Quezon is a perfect barkada getaway where you can truly enjoy the beach life. They offer surf camp where you can have a glamping experience with your friends. The camp is filled with colorful bean bags where you can eat, drink and play.
Camp Netanya in Batangas is one of the most picture perfect paradises with its Santorini- inspired architecture with white and blue painted villas that complete the look and the feeling of visiting Greece in no time.
Cintai Corito’s Garden in Batangas is an alluring Balinese inspired resort, the name Cintai (pronounced as “chin-tai”) is derived from an Indonesian word meaning “love”. The resort is perfectly set in a lush garden with beautiful landscapes, every corner of the resort is worth taking a snap.
Batanes is every traveler’s dream destination because of its preserve culture and tradition. Batanes features picture-perfect beaches that even looks more awesome during sunset and sunrise, traditional stone and Ivatan houses and travelers may also trek and take advantage of the hills where they can witness and shoot beautiful landscapes.
Vigan’s Calle Crisologo in Ilocos Sur is a historical street in the province blessed with old Spanish-style houses. Strolling or riding a Calesa at Calle Crisologo will surely bring you back to the old Spanish Colonial Era. You may find antiques, abel woven products, woodcrafts and other Vigan specialties.