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Capul Island: A Serene Place to Visit in Northern Samar

Capul Island is a fifth-class municipality in the province of Samar, Philippines. The Capul Island itself serves as a guidepost for the Acapulco-Manila galleon trade vessels passing through the dangerous waters of San Bernardito Strait for having a lighthouse. Capul came from the word Acapulco which is an old trading post in Mexico. It is […]

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Let’s Explore Canigao Island of Matalom, Leyte!

Canigao Island is situated near the municipality of Matalom, Leyte. It is known for its abundant fishing grounds and scenic coral reef areas suitable for diving. The island has a white powdery sand with different marine lives and extensive coral reef in the surrounding waters. The western and northern part of Canigao Island is under […]

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Samar shares plans to develop Buri Island

CATBALOGAN CITY — The province of Samar divulged their plans to develop Buri Island as an ecotourism destination in the province. The formulated ecotourism program will focus on sports tourism and ecological protection, but this will be anchored on community development and sustainable ecotourism principles. With the assistance from the Department of Trade and Industry, a people’s organization was […]

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Baybay City’s Lintaon Peak and Cave

Sunsets are always a favorite sight, especially when you witness it from Lintaon Peak! This newest tourist attraction in the province of Southern Leyte hails from the City of Baybay.  Overlooking the breathtaking Camotes Islands and the seas, Lintaon Peak now features over 16,000 red and white LED roses which add up to the loveliness […]

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San Juanico Bridge and its History

This 2.16 kilometer-long bridge connects the islands of Leyte and Samar. Formerly called the Marcos Bridge in honor of the late Pres.sident Ferdinand Marcos, the San Juanico Bridge is the longest bridge in the Philippines. It is also said to be a gift of the late president to his wife who was a resident of […]