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Summer Hits: Sambawan Island, Biliran

Photos of Sambawan Island always flooding my feeds on Instagram and Facebook because of my travel blogger friends and so I felt like I’ve been there but not literally, you know what I’m saying? 674 more words


Unspoiled Biliran

A 3-Day Getaway in an awesome island. Unspoiled and not known to many yet.for starters, I would like to share to you a bit of History about this island.  1,022 more words


Escape to Eastern Visayas: Sambawan Island

The Samar and Leyte regions aren’t really on my priority list of places to visit in the Philippines. When a friend was relocated to Tacloban for work, we decided to do some exploring last February. 401 more words


Sambawan Island: A Unique and Picturesque Gem in Biliran

The Philippines has more than 7,100 magnificent islands, each one with its own set of particular features and characteristics worth discovering. The uniqueness of each island, islet, outcropping, or sandbar is one of the things that makes our country so appealing to locals and foreigners alike. 1,551 more words

Island Hopping

Sambawan Island- Underrated Island of Biliran

If you want taking off-the-beaten-path, the small island of  Maripipi and Sambawan will surprise you with mountainous coastline and a spectacular sunrise, clear waters, lush greeneries and rock formations which will surely makes your heart smile. 519 more words


Chasing Waterfalls in Biliran- Tinago, Ulan-ulan and Recoletos

Biliran is an island province located in the Eastern Visayas Reginoon. It is one of the country’s smallest and newest province. It’s blessed to have unspoiled beaches, mountains, waterfalls, and rice terraces. 491 more words


Volunteer Projects-Biliran Style

I’ve shared a lot of words and photos about cultural and outdoor adventures as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Philippines. I’ve yet to share a lot of specifics about the actually coastal resource management (CRM) work in Biliran, and in ways this has been the greatest adventure as an international volunteer. 1,517 more words

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