Casa Garcia: Where nature meets luxury in Cabangan, Zambales

casa garcia beach resort

Here is a fresh escape for the whole family or barkada.

We found a beach resort that offers all the pleasures of a tropical paradise situated in Cabangan, Zambales. Travel time from Manila is about 5 hours.

This resort has all you need for an amazing getaway and is just a 2-minute walk from the uncrowded beach.

Can we also add that it is in the ideal location for sunsets?

Casa Garcia has everything you need for a comfortable stay in Zambales, including air-conditioned bedrooms, a kitchen with all the necessary appliances, and 2 bathrooms (one inside and one outside the resort).

DISCLAIMER: The water supply in the resort comes from the saltwater during summer (March to June only), except for the shower.

Whether you’re looking to unwind after a day exploring the nearby town, or simply relax and soak up the sun, their outdoor pool is the perfect spot to do it. The resort’s pool is one of its most notable attractions. You can also use their floating tray if you want to feel like you’re in Bali – floating breakfast it is!

NOTE: Breakfast is not included in the package. But you can cook inside since their kitchenwares are complete. If you opt not to cook, there is a carinderia nearby.

The resort has a lot more to offer than just its stunning pool, as evidenced by the rooftop balcony, which offers breathtaking views of the adjacent mountains and farmland. You’ll experience a sense of being in New Zealand. Take in the gorgeous scenery while enjoying a drink or a meal — it’s the perfect way to top off a day in paradise.

If you’re looking for a more earthy retreat, the resort’s mini garden is the place to go. The presence of nature is the best place to unwind and rest. And the best part? There is no need to leave your pets behind while you stay there because it is pet friendly.

If you’re feeling adventurous, a local river can be reached 30 minutes from the resort and is ideal for a relaxing swim or a picnic.

There are cottages for rent that ranges from 300 to 500 PHP. There is also an ecological fee of 20 PHP per head upon entering the river.

There are always things to do at this beach resort because there are so many options. Overall, Casa Garcia is a must-visit destination for those looking for a perfect tropical getaway. With its outdoor pool, breathtaking rooftop views, and pet-friendly ambiance, it certainly has everything you need for an outstanding vacation experience. For inquiries, message them on Facebook.


9 things you can do at Kamp Lema

All of what’s going on right now; the noise, the stress, and the pressure took a toll on us and we all deserve a break from things that are breaking us from the inside.

Luckily, we have found a place where you can rest and leave your worries behind even for just a while.

Kamp Lema is a good place to pitch a tent and appreciate the beauty of nature. Their rate starts at 100 PHP only. This is good for daytour (8 AM to 4 PM). If you want to maximize your stay, we made a list of what you can do at Kamp Lema.


You can rent an already pitched tent with a roof made out of Nipa leaves. Check-in time is 3 PM and check-out time is 12 NN.


  • Entrance fee
  • Good for 2 persons (200 PHP per additional person)
  • With mattress, 2 pillows, and table and chairs

Aside from the usual tents, they also have the A-Habs made out of concrete for a more convenient stay.


  • Entrance fee
  • Good for 3 to 4 persons
  • With mattress, 2 pillows, table and chairs, electric fan, own balcony, and view deck
  • Complimentary breakfast for 2 persons

They will also open another accommodation, which is the A-House. It is a concrete house that is perfect for big groups. It can accommodate 5 to 10 persons with its own television, aircon, and comfort room. With its grand view of nature, it’s a perfect spot for relaxation. We’re very excited to see its final look.

NOTE: There is no private comfort room at the moment. They only have common and shared bathrooms.


Kamp Lema offers a great place to unwind, reflect, or just simply rest. It’s a non-wifi-zone so be ready to not read your e-mails or scroll on your social media accounts. Just appreciate nature at its finest.

UPDATE: They’re applying for a wifi connection for convenience. We hope that it will not spoil the tranquility of the place.


kamp lema

After 137 steps downhill, you will arrive at their natural pool where the water came from the mountains of Quezon. A cool and relaxing feeling that soothes the body with calmness. A cold feeling that brings life into your senses.


Because of its altitude, each visitors are in for a treat of the breathtaking view of trees and mountains amplified by the cool weather and the fog that is caused by the passing of cold air over moist land. Baguio vibes indeed that’s why some people called the place “Little Baguio”.


No one can’t deny the fact that a good stay comes with good food at Kamp Lema.

They prepare food upon customers’ order/request. We tried their Bulalo and pancit for dinner. A heartwarming food to enjoy while in contrast with the cool breeze of the night. Also, they have breakfast to welcome you as you wake up, but make sure to make an advance order for it. No one beats good food and a good place. Breakfast starts at 7 AM. For the breakfast, they offer “silog meals” with a cup of brewed coffee.

kamp lema

You can eat inside their pavilion, which is also open for mini program/gathering. The rate is 2,000 PHP for exclusive use.


At night, if the weather permits, all guests gather to see the bunch of dried branches of wood set ablaze while drinking coffee and/or local beers, eating snacks, or just talking with each other. It’s a perfect spot to feel the warmth from the bonfire while it illuminates the place filled with laughs and conversation as the night goes deeper.


kamp lema

Go and become one with nature by pitching a tent and appreciate what it’s like to have exactly what you needed yet, contented and grateful to have an exceeding beautiful view.

They also offer tent pitching inside the place, and the rates are as follows:

  • Standard Tent: 250 PHP per person
  • Family Tent: 300 PHP per person


Don’t forget to make the most out of your visit and take pictures to your heart’s content, surely it will be a stay to remember.


They are open for team buildings, family gatherings, reunions, birthdays, prenups, and weddings. They also offer EXCLUSIVE BOOKING of the whole place. Just inquire on their Facebook page.


It’s better to take the Rizal route. Manila to Tanay going to Sta. Maria, Laguna all the way to Brgy. Bagong Silang, Real, Quezon. The alternate route will be from Manila to Sta. Cruz, Laguna going to Siniloan. From Siniloan to Sta. Maria, Laguna to Real, Quezon. For commuters, you can opt to take either way, take note that you can only commute until Sta. Maria, Laguna. But don’t worry, Kamp Lema will fetch you at Sta. Maria Municipal Hall.


From Manila, take a UV at Starmall EDSA going to Tanay, Rizal. From Tanay, take a jeepney going to Siniloan terminal. Upon arrival at Siniloan, take a tricycle going to Sta. Maria Municipal Hall and wait for Kamp Lema’s service to arrive and fetch you. The estimated travel time is about 3 to 4 hours depending on the road condition.

kamp lema

To those of you who seek a peaceful weekend or any day to calm and relax, visit Kamp Lema. We can only say so much about this place. Experience and know what we meant!

Rest T-House: Your newest glamping site with a twist in Cavinti, Laguna

rest t-house

Cavinti Laguna has more to offer! After the success of the BLOC Campsite and Farm T-House, Tiny-Houses gave birth to yet another aesthetic structure in Cavinti Laguna.

This new attraction is called the Rest T-House. A product of good architecture that is composed of multi-leveled rooms with dipping pools. One is higher than the other from front rooms to rear rooms for visitors to appreciate and enjoy the beauty of Sierra Lake.

Each room has its own dipping pool. A good breather from the usual Airbnb set-up. Complete with sofa bed, an aircon (by request), electric fan, comfort room, and kitchen. Surely you will not be lacking in amenities. Since Rest T-House has multi-leveled rooms, some rooms are loft type and perfect for a group of 4 persons at most.

They also have a griller located at the bottom of each room, so you can bring food without a corkage fee! Plus, you don’t have to worry about breakfast meals since they have their own menu for breakfast!

They also set up a bonfire at exactly 8 PM. A nice ambiance to talk and laugh with friends, family, and loved ones while drinking beer and enjoying the night sky and the calm vibe of the place.

Inside this mini village sits perfectly the Bloc Bistro Bar, where live bands perform and do different activities such as darts, chess, billiards, and table tennis. But as of the moment, it is only available for reservation and soon they plan to open it for every walk-in guest.

The check-in time is 3 PM and the check-out time is 11 AM. You can also ask for assistance if you want to go to BLOC Campsite since Rest T-House and BLOC Campsite are near to each other. This place is highly recommended if you want to unwind, breathe fresh air, and enjoy a vivid new look at the glamping experience here in Cavinti, Laguna!

Watch our vlog here:



Just simply search “Bloc Campsite” on Google Maps and Waze.


From Manila, you may take a ride at HM Transport bus terminal located in EDSA at the back of Mang Inasal or Monte De Piedad St. or with LLI bus terminal in PITX bound to Sta Cruz, Laguna. When you arrived in Sta. Cruz bus terminal, ride a tricycle going to Cavinti terminal, their landmark is Puregold Bayan. This is a much better option than waiting for jeepneys going to Cavinti in front of the bus terminal because the jeepneys are always full. At Cavinti jeepney terminal, ask the driver to drop you off at Brgy. Bukal. Once you arrived at Brgy. Bukal, ride a tricycle going to BLOC Campsite, surely a long trip but worth every ride!

Mountain Quest: Our ATV adventure experience

mountain quest

Seeking for thrill and adrenaline rush? Go to Mountain Quest!

mountain quest

Want to quench your thirst for adventure? Mountain Quest has a complete package of ATV, UTV, Dirt Bike, and 4×4 experience for you to enjoy.

Located at Purok 1, Sapinit Road, Antipolo City, Mountain Quest has different courses that serve a good adventure. But before you ride a vehicle, they will be providing you with some safety gear that you will be needing: helmets and knee and elbow pads.

Also, there will be a short briefing on how to use the vehicles and the house rules of Mountain Quest for everyone’s safety. After the necessary preparations, we tried the ATV and UTV at their Jungle course that gives adrenaline thru its rocky and muddy road. Expect to be splashed by water and mud as you experience a wild ride into the nature of Antipolo. We tried their Jungle Course, which is good for 2 hours.

After the exciting ride filled with unexpected sightings and experiences, we also tried the 4×4 that was driven by their staff and told stories about what Antipolo has to offer. Indeed a nice way to appreciate nature. Along the road with trees and a generous blue sky that day, we also saw the famous Mt. Pamitinan.

At the end of the course is a river that leads to Montalban’s famous Wawa Dam. There are nipa huts (200 PHP per hut) that can be used for picnics and a place where you can rest after a long ride and swim on the river. It is best enjoyed with friends.


  • Before going to the course, you will drive the ATV to the main road along with big trucks and private vehicles, so be careful and never miss an eye on your guide!
  • They have a washroom so don’t mind the mud and dirt, what’s important is that you enjoyed it.
  • There’s an eatery beside Mountain Quest that serves delicious Filipino food!
mountain quest
  • There’s no signal in the area but they have wifi connection in Mountain Quest.


  • Extra shirts and shorts
  • Jacket for protection from the sun
  • Tumbler
  • Trekking shoes/sandals
  • Towel and toiletries


  • Short Course: 1-2 hours; minimum of 4 pax; 1,500 PHP/pax
  • Jungle Course: 2-3 hours; minimum of 2 pax; 2,500 PHP/pax
  • River Course: 3-4 hours; minimum of 2 pax; 3,500 PHP/pax
  • Adventure Course: 5-6 hours; minimum of 2 pax; 5,500 PHP/pax
  • A whole day course with free lunch and snacks; minimum of 3 pax; 6,500 PHP/pax
  • UTV & 4×4 Tour Packages available upon inquiry
  • Dirt Bike Rental & Lesson from a professional off-rider 1,500-8,000 PHP/pax


Visit their website at


Via public transportation:

From Cubao, ride a jeep or a minibus going to Cogeo. Alight at Puregold or just tell the driver to drop you at “Sakayan ng Paenaan.” From there, ride a jeepney that’s routed to Paenaan and alight at Antipolo Hospital System, where a tricycle terminal (Pasabitoda) is located. Ride the tricycle and tell the driver to drop you at Mountain Quest or Pintong Bukawe Junction. A total of 2 hours of time travel (disregarding traffic jams)

Fare rates:

  • Minibus going to Puregold – 33 PHP/head
  • Jeepney going to Antipolo hospital – 25 PHP/head
  • Tricycle to Mountain Quest- 50 PHP per tricycle

Via private transportation:

Search “Mountain Quest” on Waze and Google Maps.

If you’re wanting to try something adventurous that’s within reach. Go to Mountain Quest and enjoy what nature has in store for you!


Phone: 09778433142 | 09274719028



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Instagram: @mountainquestph

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Cocoons @ Club Laiya: Capsule-inspired accommodation in Laiya, Batangas

Cocoons at Club Laiya

Who would’ve thought that a simple part of nature will be an inspiration to the modern and ever-evolving hospitality industry?

Let us introduce to you the Cocoons! Watch our vlog here!

Like cocoons of a butterfly, a resort in Batangas widely known as Club Laiya Resort developed and evolved the conventional way of accommodation. A cocoon, as they love to call it, is a cylindrical type of room that includes a bed (good for 2 pax) with pillows and a comforter, a vault for your personal belongings, and a mini-fridge.

NOTE: The security deposit is 1,000 PHP and refundable upon checkout.

The room is very clean and just like the outside paintings of the cylindrical room, the inside is at par when it comes to aesthetics. The rooms don’t have a private bathroom but they have a common bathroom. But fret not, the bathroom here is so extra!

The cocoons are available for overnight stay only, for those who wanted to go to the resort for a day tour, they also have cabanas good for bigger groups.

Cocoons at Club Laiya

Club Laiya Resort has many things to offer besides good accommodations. They have 2 restaurants, The Sands and The Rib Shack, that offer Filipino food and a feel of Western/Italian food, respectively. Both restaurants have delicious food to offer, so you better try it.

THE SANDS (7:00 AM to 6:00 PM)

THE RIB SHACK (12:00 NN to 10:00 PM)

There’s no complimentary breakfast. Breakfast meals cost 250 PHP each.

Resorts would not be completed without a pool and a good beachfront. Club Laiya Resort has the good of both worlds having an infinity pool for adults and a child-friendly kiddie pool, and a nice beachfront, whether you want to take a dip or just walk along the sand, they got it for you.

Also, different activities await you there, such as jetskiing, parasailing, banana boat ride, etc. All activities are a must-try when you visit their place. We tried the jetski and we enjoyed it.

Cocoons at Club Laiya



If you opt to take the commuter way, from PITX, take a ride on any bus going to San Juan, Batangas. Fare is 310 PHP each. It would take you about 4-5 hours to the bus terminal of San Juan, which is the last drop-off point. Upon alighting at the terminal, you may choose to ride a tricycle or a jeepney going to Laiya. The tricycle ride is a bit costly at about 300-400 PHP due to the distance of 20 km from the terminal to the resort proper, but definitely faster than a jeepney ride, for the latter needs to be fully occupied by passengers before leaving.


Another option is to go with your car and google maps your way to it. Just a little reminder, all vehicles, including tricycles, are mandated to pass thru the Municipal Tourism Reception Area to check if you have a confirmed booking reservation and a vaccine card with you. All tourists must pay 20 PHP per head for the ecological fee.

Cocoons at Club Laiya

To those who don’t have the said documents may be required to go back, the travel time going to this wonderful place is not that short so please make sure to abide by their rules.


As we all know, beauty and convenience come with a price. The room rates range from 3,700 PHP to 5,800 PHP. You may also book on their website. Click here.

The services were good, not to mention the good people behind the resort. So if you wanna try to sleep in a cocoon or just relax, come and visit Club Laiya Resort—a nice place to calm your mind and enjoy.

Destinare Beach Resort & Campsite: A newly opened resort in Anawangin Cove


The sun’s heat is fastly approaching its peak as summer is just around the corner, and so here we are again bringing you to one of the most widely known beaches in Central Luzon – Anawangin Cove.

There is a newly opened resort there, which is Destinare Beach Resort & Campsite. This gem here is located in San Antonio, Zambales, and just 5-6 hours away from the Metro, giving you nice detoxification from the toxiCity and noise.

Here’s what Destinare offers:


There is a wide variety of accommodations to choose from. Airconditioned villas, teepee huts, cottages, or pay to pitch a tent? Whether you are traveling solo or with a large group, you will have a place here.

Here’s a sneak peek of what the rooms look like in their airconditioned villa

Other amenities include a swimming pool, a bathroom for airconditioned villas, and a common bathroom for those who ought to pitch a tent or rent a teepee hut.

NOTE: Electricity is from 6:00 PM to 6:00 AM only.


A beautiful sea surrounded by mountains, clear waters, and nice black sand. What a great way to satisfy your eyes and relax the mind.


Another thing that Destinare can boast of, besides the scenery is the activities they offer. They have their own view deck atop a trail made by the famous Benguet locals.

Fortunately, if you are a couple, you can go to their view deck, take 3 keys with you, and after you lock your love wishes in a padlock, you’ll have to throw 1 key to the sea, as local believes that it’s a way of showing that your love will grow like the way the nature grows; with which they also believe that it is safeguarded by a “Diwata”. You can take the remaining keys and safely keep them.

View from the top 🙂

Arriving on top with such a breathtaking view of the Anawangin Cove will surely melt your heart away. Here at Destinare, they also have other activities, such as firing range, ATV ride, banana boat ride, takshapo.

If you are going there for a weekend trip, you may get a chance to witness their weekend bikini open and a fire-dance performance at night while having a samgyupsal by the beach, and if the weather is good enough, a firework show.

Destinare is a great place to go, but it’s not exempted from challenges such as signal and bathroom amenities. Connecting to a network’s signal is hard on the island but it can be a good thing if you want to momentarily disconnect to your mobile phone. Since the resort is just starting to cope with the pandemic and alert levels, some amenities are not yet in their 100%, but owners and facilitators make sure to provide all the best they can offer given the situation.




  • 1 to 5 pax: 1500 PHP
  • 6 to 10 pax: 2000 PHP


  • Day tour: 70 PHP
  • Overnight: 130 PHP


  • Pool access: 100 PHP
  • Botanical and butterfly garden: 50 PHP
  • View deck: 30 PHP
  • Activities island hopping: 100 PHP per person (minimum of 6 pax)


  • Tent rental depends on the chosen package
  • Nipa hut with electric fan: 1500 PHP (2 pax); 6000 PHP (12-15 pax)
  • Airconditioned room/villa: 5000 PHP (4 pax); 10000 PHP (8-10 pax)


If you are from Manila, take a bus going to Iba/Sta. Cruz, Zambales, alight at San Antonio Public Market. From San Antonio, ride a tricycle to Pundaquit. At Pundaquit, ride a boat to Anawangin. The overall time of travel is 6 hours. So what are you waiting for? Sun’s out and this beautiful resort is just waiting for you to discover!


Facebook: Destinare Beach Resort and Campsite


Caliraya Resort Club is now open!

caliraya resort club

We are happy to announce that Caliraya Resort Club is now open once again!

After almost 2 years of waiting, they are now open to the public and now accepting guests, including kids!

caliraya resort club

We made a vlog about our experience in the resort and you can watch it below:


Caliraya Resort Club is located in Lumban, Laguna and with a breathtaking view of Caliraya Lake. A haven not only for the body but also for the mind and spirit. This resort also offers fun-filled activities, which surely provide fond memories, such as team buildings and family gatherings. It is a 2.5-hour ride from Manila.

The hotel rooms

Since there is still a pandemic, as of this writing, please see the resort policy below:

  • Fully vaccinated individuals (18 years old and above) are allowed
  • Below 17 years old are also now allowed
  • Minimum health and safety protocols must be observed around the resort


  • Vaccination card
  • Must register to S-PASS or STAYSAFE.PH


First of all, if you are hesitant to commute, don’t worry. Caliraya Resort Club offers a shuttle service from Manila to Laguna (vice versa). That’s what we did.

The pick-up and drop-off point will be at St. Francis Square.

caliraya resort club

Upon entering the vicinity of the resort, you have to take a short ferry boat ride to get to the resort. Upon entering the resort, you have to check your temperature first. After that, you have to scan and fill out a health declaration form.

There’s also a free shuttle around the resort that takes you to different areas in Caliraya Resort Club.

caliraya resort club

The room that we got is Forbes Suites, which is good for 4 pax. The room is clean and spacious, especially in the living area.

When staying overnight at Caliraya Resort Club, it also includes full board meals (lunch, dinner, and breakfast). Note that it is packed in styrofoam. We just transferred it into a plate for picture purposes. 🙂

The food is good. We recommend you to try their pastries. All of the pastries we have tried were delicious!

After we had our late lunch, we started our adventure! First, we went to their front office. Here, you can chill until evening.

Before the pandemic, they used to offer buffets here. But as of now, buffets are not yet allowed.

By the way, they allow DAYTOUR. For as low as 250 PHP per head, you can enjoy some activities in the resort. For daytour, you can also chill here in this area with a beautiful Lake Caliraya view.

NOTE: You must sign a waiver before trying outdoor activities!


Giant Swing: Definitely the most extreme activity we have tried in the resort! RECOMMENDED AND MUST TRY!!!

Water Bike: It may look simple at first but this activity was tiring. LOL! But the view here was amazing! Aside from Water Bike, you can also try Kayak and Canoe here in this area.

Sky Bicycle: At first, we thought it was a simple activity but we were wrong. LOL. But it was a bucket list! You must try this activity. You can also try the Hamster Wheel in this area.

Slide and Fly: One of the recommended activities here in Caliraya Resort Club. But we were scared enough so we didn’t try this one. But we’re thankful to Kuya Ian for doing this activity for us. 🙂

PS: Watch our vlog to see how amazing Kuya Ian is.


Fly Pinoy: All of us enjoyed this activity! You can also do the superman style here 🙂

Also, they also have a mini version of the zipline here in the resort. And the best part here is that it’s FREE OF CHARGE!

Super Slide: This is a fun activity here and we enjoyed this too! On the other side, there is a Mud Slide, where you can also try for FREE! Unfortunately, we didn’t try the Mud Slide.

And yes, they have pools here in Caliraya Resort Club. The other pool is extra challenging though since it is a wave pool.

What we also like about Caliraya Resort Club is every part of the resort will take you to a new place.



Landline: 8632-1111 or 8632-1010 local 424

Mobile: 0917-5126477 or 0922-8601167


  • They require 50% downpayment via BDO, Gcash, Robinsons, Landbank, and RCBC.
  • Unlimited rebooking is allowed should higher quarantine restrictions be imposed.
  • Proof of payment shall be required prior to sending of corresponding contract for booking confirmation.

Lakbay Museo PH is back with a twist!

The long wait is over!

LAKBAY MUSEO PH, the first-ever interactive millennial museum in the country, officially re-opened last November 10, 2021, to welcome back its “Byaheros” to travel the Philippines in just 1,000 steps.

It welcomes everyone with a lot of new art installations inspired by the beauty of the Philippines as The Millennial Concept Factory, Inc. decided to bring Lakbay Museo PH to a whole new level by curating another batch of unique and colorful attractions for the Byaheros to enjoy. For this year’s re-opening, Lakbay Museo PH made sure that every Byahero will have a new experience to remember as they explore the Philippines in a span of 2 hours.

Watch our virtual tour in TikTok:

New experiences did we say? Yes, because everything added and updated in the museum are all Instagram-worthy and deserves to be part of your feed.

In order for the Byaheros to experience what we’re saying, they’ll just have to avail a LAKBAY MUSEO BOARDING PASS for them to discover what traveling with a twist really means.

For only 399 PHP (online rate) or 499 PHP (walk-in rate), this boarding pass allows you to discover an enhanced level of experience via an interactive tour, enjoy more than 600+ food art collections from the different parts of the country and over 100+ IG spots to rave on.

What are you waiting for? Invite your travel buddies to discover and experience what Lakbay Museo has to offer. Book your tickets now at or you may visit them at the Ground Floor of S Maison Mall, Marina Way, Mall of Asia Complex.

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2GO Travel Destinations Now Accept Vaccination Cards In Lieu of Swab Tests

The local government units of 5 destinations in the 2GO Travel network have relaxed travel restrictions and have simplified entry requirements. The cities of Bacolod, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Iloilo, and the province of Cebu are now granting entry to fully vaccinated travelers without the need for RT-PCR tests.

Fully vaccinated passengers bound for Bacolod, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, and Iloilo can easily apply for their travel coordination permit via S-PaSS. Meanwhile, all passengers are welcome to Cebu province by simply presenting a medical certificate issued within 24 hours before arrival.

In support of the above easing of travel restrictions, 2GO Travel launched the 99 PHP promo inclusive of 50 kg baggage allowance and free unlimited rebooking. Passengers can avail of the promo from October 20 to 26, 2021 for sailing from November 15 to December 31, 2021. Fully vaccinated passengers will also enjoy a 10% discount on non-promo tickets purchased from 2GO stores.

“Safely restarting domestic travel plays an integral part in improving our economy. 95% of 2GO’s vessel crew are vaccinated against COVID-19. Protocols that protect passenger and crew welfare are in place, and we are in constant communication with LGUs to enable us to quickly cascade new developments on travel requirements to our passengers via our hotline and social media presence. With this, we are encouraging all our passengers to continue with their holiday plans and travel safe with 2GO,” said 2GO Assistant Vice President for Marketing Blessie Cruz.

2GO Travel sails from Manila to Bacolod, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Ozamiz, Puerto Princesa, and Zamboanga. Out of Batangas, 2GO travels to Caticlan and Roxas.


To book your trip tickets, please visit 2GO Travel’s website,, call their hotline (02) 8 528 7000, email them at, or visit any 2GO outlet, authorized agent, and SM Business Center near you!

“Unli-Trip, Unli-Ligaya” to Boracay, Cebu, and other Philippine destinations for only 299 PHP

Say “Yes” to new adventures and firm up your travel plans in the second half of the year as domestic tourism reopens and more locals are getting vaccinated against COVID-19. Visit two of the most beautiful islands in the world, Boracay and Cebu, and other Philippine destinations as many times with 2GO Travel’s “Unli-Trip, Unli-Ligaya” for only 299 PHP.

“We understand the public’s yearning to travel post-pandemic, especially from younger generations who are willing to travel sooner rather than later. With Unli-Trip, we are not only offering the cheapest fare for domestic travel, but we are also giving our passengers flexibility options,” 2GO Assistant Vice President Blessie Cruz said of the latest product launch of 2GO Travel, the country’s largest premier sea travel provider.

Passengers can avail Unli-Trip tickets for sailing from September 1 to December 31, 2021. The all-in rate of 1,059 PHP with a base fare of 299 PHP is applicable to Super Value Class and Tatami accommodations, inclusive of 50 kg baggage allowance, surcharge, insurance, and exclusive of meals. Passengers can book their travel tickets in all 2GO retail outlets nationwide. Meanwhile, a service fee is charged on top of the rate when tickets are bought from authorized agents.

Upon purchase of the Unli-Trip ticket, a passenger is issued itinerary receipts (ITR) for the first two voyages. The third and succeeding bookings may be requested, wherein the first ITR should be presented to be used as basis of the following issuances.

NOTE: A maximum of two bookings is allowed at a time.

“Travel restrictions may pose a challenge when firming up plans, but with the Unli-Trip, you can book with confidence, whether it’s a one-way or roundtrip voyage with any port combination. The flexibility offers unlimited opportunities to travel so you can finally push through with your long-awaited vacations with your family and barkada around the country this year,” Cruz added.

The promo covers all 2GO Travel destinations from Batangas to Caticlan and Roxas, including Manila to Bacolod, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Coron, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Puerto Princesa, Butuan, Iligan, Ozamiz, Zamboanga, and vice versa.

Enjoy fun and safe travels with 2GO’s new ships, upgraded onboard accommodations, and amenities as well as strict health and safety protocols from terminal check-in all the way to boarding the vessel and disembarkation.


You may call their hotline (02) 8 528 7000 or visit 2GO Travel’s Facebook and Instagram. You may also email them at or visit any 2GO outlet and SM Business Centers near you!