Apayao Road Trip-Part 1: Lussok Cave and Underground River-The First Teaser

It is summer, time to beat the summer heat! But instead of going to the beach, Lhen Pelenio, my favorite trek buddy, and yours truly are up for another exciting adventure. We will go spelunking in Lussok Cave, rock climbing in Dupag Rock Formation, and sightseeing in Manacota and Underground Cave. All this is through the organizer Mayee Cavas which Lhen found on Facebook. Again, we are joiners and we will be mingling with another set of friends.

Let’s start our Apayao adventure!

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the enchanting entrance of Lussok Cave

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Hoyop Hoyopan Cave in Camalig, Albay: Amused and Chilled

Apart from Mayon Skyline and Cagsawa Ruins, Hoyop Hoyopan Cave is another famous tourist spot in Albay that is a must-visit place. It is located in Barangay Cotmon in Camalig and is privately owned by Nuylan, Guerrero, and Nieva families.

One of the passageways inside the cave

One of the passageways inside the cave

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Quezon Wonder-Part 1: Puting Buhangin and Kwebang Lampas

I was amazed when I saw pictures of Puting Buhangin in Pagbilao Grande Island in Quezon. When my family rejected the idea of going back to Baguio for a Holy Week vacation, I showed them pictures of this island. Beaming with excitement, they all voted for a Quezon family beach getaway.

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Puting Buhangin is radiantly beautiful from afar

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Hundred Islands: Visited at Last!

The Hundred Islands is a protected national park and is the prime attraction of Pangasinan. It is located in the city of Alaminos. Of the 124 islands only three were developed, Quezon Island, Lopez Island, and Governor’s Island.

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