Home » Eco-tourism You are browsing entries tagged with “Eco-tourism”

10 beginner-friendly mountains to climb

MOUNTAINEERS’ DELIGHT  So called because of its friendly trails. Shaped like a parrot’s beak, Pico de Loro in Maragondon, Cavite, and Nasugbu, Batangas,, is 2,178 feet high. INQSnap this page for photos and a map. JILL LEJANO/CONTRIBUTOR

You don’t have to be a hard-core mountaineer to climb mountains. Take it from Mike Abanes, who has been guiding people up mountains for 17 years now. Abanes, a member of Outdoor Addicts who discovered his passion for mountaineering in 1992, has climbed so many mountains here and abroad that he has “lost count.”

Posted: April 11th, 2014 in Lifestyle Stories | Read More »

Heritage museum opens at Casa San Miguel in Zambales

CASA SanMiguel

The recent inauguration of the Museum of Community Heritage at Casa San Miguel—that haven for the arts in San Antonio, Zambales—turned out to be a celebration of Philippine music, dance, visual art, and even cuisine and eco-tourism.

Posted: January 21st, 2013 in Arts and Books,Headlines | Read More »

On the right track

When there's a wheel: Uichico with donated bikes. (top photo) Volunteers repair and spruce up bikes stored in warehouse   photos by rodel rotoni

With the sun not even warm on their necks, countless Filipino children begin trekking out of their homes just past the crack of dawn. They know the lonely road ahead stretches for three, sometimes four, kilometers and often on dangerous terrain, but it is the only way they can get to the nearest public school. […]

Posted: November 5th, 2011 in Featured Gallery,Photos & Videos,Sunday Inquirer Magazine | Read More »