Republic Wake Park in Nuvali, Laguna: Balance and Posture

Ever since wakeboarding became popular water sports with local and foreign artists, I desire and challenge myself to balance with the wakeboard towed by a closed course cable systems.
Baron in Action

Cagbalete Island: Wanderlust

Been intrigue for several months about the wanderlust of Mauban, Quezon no less than Cagbalete Island. Cagbalete is famous with its kilometer long powdery white sands and shorelines during low tides. Aside from the sands and crystal clear water, tourist can also try various activity such kayaking, snorkeling, island hopping and river crossing.
Day 2 | Credits to Arem Gelogo
Having said some must try activities of Cagbalete we’re off for an overnight stay in the Island.

Anawangin Cove of Zambales: Pine Trees by the shore

Way back April of 2010 before Anawangin Cove became a popular tourist spot in Zambales my college friends and I experienced the grand pristine white sands of the said spot.

Anawangin Cove is situated at Pundaquit, San Antonio Zambales. There are two way to get there, the easy and difficult route. No sweat and hassle free, rent a boat back and forth in just 30 minutes you’ll reach the wonderful shoreline of Anawangin. But if you wanted an extreme adventure, trekking the treacherous Mt. Pundaquit is perfect for you and your troop. The rocky slope of the Mountain adds an exotic appeal and difficult path to hikers, 4 to 5 long hours of trekking before reaching the other side of the mountain which is Anawangin Cove, all the sweat is worth it once you’ve set foot in the shoreline of the cove.
Group Picture | Credits to Arem Gelogo

Potipot Island: Little wonder of Sta. Cruz, Zambales

The province of Zambales is famous with its sweetest mangos, grandest coves, towering mountains, heritage sites and delicacies but a little wonder is waiting to be discovered, Potipot Island of Sta. Cruz, Zambales

Potipot island is positioned at the western part of Sta. Cruz, Zambales. An estimated 6 to 7 hours land travel via Bus and a 20 minutes boat ride off to the small Island. Hush
Potipot Island | Credits to Arem Gelogo