Explore The Visayas Island Group

Eastern Samar

Discover the Wonders of Eastern Samar, Philippines Eastern Samar, a province in the Eastern Visayas region of the Philippines and one of the three provinces on the island of Samar, is a place where nature’s beauty remains largely untamed and ripe for discovery. With its rich historical heritage, pristine beaches, and breathtaking landscapes, it’s a

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The Southeastern Side of Negros and Home to the City of Gentle People

Negros Oriental, situated in the southeastern part of the island of Negros in the Philippines, is a province of diverse attractions, rich history, and vibrant culture. Nestled at the heart of the Central Visayas region, it is surrounded by the Visayan Sea to the north, the Sulu Sea to the south, and the Negros Occidental

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Cebu, With the Oldest City, and the Hub of Visayas!!

Cebu Province, with its provincial capital being Cebu City, is an island province in the Philippines located in the Central Visayas region. Known for its rich history, stunning beaches, and diverse culture, Cebu is often referred to as the “Queen City of the South.” History and Heritage Cebu holds historical significance as it was where

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Guimaras, The Island of Mangos!!

Discovering the Charms of Guimaras Province Guimaras province is an island province, nestled in the Panay Gulf, between the islands of Panay and Negros in the Philippines, its provincial capital is the municipality of Jordan. The island province consists mainly of Guimaras Island, but also includes: Inampulugan, Guiwanon (Guiuanon), Panobolon, Natunga, Nadulao Islands, and many

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Capiz, The “Seafood Capital of the Philippines”

Santa Monica Church near Roxas City by Raniejosecastanda- Own work Capiz, often heralded as the “Seafood Capital of the Philippines”, is a province that boasts a deep connection with the marine bounty of the Sibuyan Sea. Situated in the Western Visayas region on Panay Island, Capiz is a destination that offers much more than its picturesque

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