Have the best car ride where you can sit indoor and outdoor while traveling around Tagaytay! 🙌🏻
📍MT. Batulao .
✅ ALL ENTRANCE FEES INCLUDED! NO HIDDEN CHARGES! .
✅ Roundtrip Car Transfer (ford ranger)
✅ Driver's meal, gas & parking lot fees
✅ Tour guide
Tour good for 2 pax at PHP 1,870 per pax.
Tour good for 3 pax at PHP 1,500 per pax. *please note that itinerary will depend on the time management cooperation of the group, weather conditions and availability of sites. .
❎ Other incidentals not indicated above .
📍 PICK-UP TIME & LOCATION:
8:00 AM TAGAYTAY OLIVAREZ KFC/ pick up at your hotel around Tagaytay only *With 15-minute Waiting period. Official itinerary will be sent upon confirmation of the reservation
I think I’ve always been drawn to the mountains & ocean because of the limitless, boundless, infinite feeling it gives me. The God of this earth created the earth & it’s beautiful wonders. When we stand in the presence of His creation we feel small... we sense the gravity of His capability... His love. It brings our oneness together... completely and utterly in awe of His power. 💛
@theolator - I didn’t expect seeing puffins up north in Svalbard. Almost daily, we encountered them hunting for fish next to our boat. It was just too entertaining watching those characteristic birds doing their things. This fella looks like he’s about to strike a catchy song. #earthoutdoors
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Just chillin' on top of this absolutely breath taking volcano. ✌🏻🌋
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I have 4 years of photography experience, this includes editing adjustments and minor photoshop.
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Adventurer’s Log: Location: PCT Mile 2653 (NOBO); Miles Hiked: 2067
Today I finished the Washington section of the PCT by reaching the northern terminus and walking into Canada. Two of the last three days have been trying with cold and rain (oh Washington living up to your reputation). The arrival at the northern terminus met me with mixed emotions, proud and satisfied with my accomplishment and knowing that there are 586 miles of the PCT in California that I want to experience.
I started this journey with the intent to enjoy it and not just complete it. With that I have not pushed myself too hard, I’ve taken my time and savored many of the views, including frequently looking back to savor where I’ve been. Taking my time may have cost me being completed by now, but I have no regrets.
And I’m not done yet! I’m heading back to California next week and will be experiencing the splendor of the Sierra Nevada‘s late into September. I’m still not confident I’ll finish all the PCT miles this year but I’ll be out there until I’m not enjoying it.
6 375 hours ago
Ospreys can have wingspans up to 6 feet long and hunt fish as their primary source of food. 📷: Sean Naugle @rockninjasean
Whenever I talk to someone about guiding them on a backpacking trip for the first time, I always tell them that it’s not about the mileage, the pace or even the destination. It’s about putting one foot in front of the other for as long as they safely can. It’s about pushing their own limits — no one else’s.
Lately, I’ve had to take my own advice. I’ve been wanting to get into climbing for some time, but I haven’t made the time. After only five days living in Seattle, a colleague invited me to join her and a group to go climbing. A great way to make friends and start climbing, right? Well, my first thought was: there’s no way I’m good enough to join them. 😳 I’ll embarrass myself, I thought. I won’t be able to keep up. I’m afraid of heights. I’ll seem silly. Then I took a deep breath and reminded myself of my own advice — that it’s not about being really good at climbing. It’s about climbing as much as I safely can and pushing my own damn limits.🧗🏽♀️ Here’s to being a beginner again.🥂
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Sunrise a few summers ago from one of my favorite campsites.
When I woke up for sunrise I heard rain coming down on my tent and I almost went back to sleep but I decided to peek outside and I saw the sky glowing orange while the rain was coming down.
It was a surreal experience.
I think I’m the opposite of an old soul. My dad always talks about how important it is to keep your “inner child” alive, especially as we grow older. I love hiking because it brings out my inner child. I’m cheeky, playful and so full of energy!! Always down to adventure, hit me up 🥳
The world is my playground. I love running around, exploring, and goofing off with my friends outside. Rain or shine. Winter or summer. What do you do to keep your inner child alive? :)
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