Is it more fun in the Philippines? Such an age old question that travellers are asking themselves. Is it really more fun? Should I go or stick to the usual Thailand tragic tale? Well let me tell you, my lovely friends, after a whirlwind familiarization trip to the Albay region I can happily say – Yes it is more fun in the Philippines!
Here’s a sneak peak into the adventures that we got up to whilst exploring the area. The Albay region is a hidden gate way to adventure, luxury accommodation and a whole lot of chilli.
What’s on offer?
Beautiful beaches offering stunning sand to sink the toes into.
Amazing natural scenery.
Wondrous Water falls at Busay Falls
Unique local transportation
Community inspired and implemented social enterprises
We can’t forget the incredibly friendly people and amazing chilli food! Even the ice cream is chilli!
A full post with all the details on my adventures will be up soon. For more updates check out the Traveling Honeybird Facebook page!
This adventure was on behalf of TBEX and Department of Tourism/Tourism Promotion Board Philippines government familiarisation trip. A huge thanks to my hosts and the amazing work they did.
Still not convinced? Take a look at this amazing video from Tara – Where is Tara?
Are you thinking of heading to TBEX in the Philippines this year? Let me know in the comments below!
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