Paraiso Don Juan Beach Resort

Address: Manangat, Luzon, Philippines | Resort
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This resort is located on Manangat, Luzon.
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Travel Blogs from Luzon

Hike to Batad, Philippines

A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley on Mar 21, 2015

25 photos

We weren't properly warned of the intense hike down to Batad and back up again.

A tuk tuk drove us through beautiful rice paddies and small villages. Rice terraces were above and below us and we got a close look at some of the engineering. Then the tuk tuk stopped and the driver pointed us down a large hill.

The start of this hike was road but too steep ...

Rice Paddy Trekking

A travel blog entry by purelyperu on Mar 06, 2015

2 comments, 48 photos

... of look like a "stretch jeep" - jeep front with extended back, or perhaps a raised up hearse if that paints a better picture. Sorry, back to the story! So I guess Fabrice started talking to this guide but it became quite obvious that it would be a whole lot cheaper if the two of us did the trek as a group as it was the same price for 1 as it was for 2. So off we went to discuss our options. In the end we decided to do a 3-day trek which meant ...

The rice terraces of Luzon

A travel blog entry by tai_and_sarah on Jan 16, 2015

... an hour away. Oliver said we could hire a tricycle which is a motorcycle with a sidecar attached or for double the price we could hire a jeepney which is basically an extended land rover, there was another couple having breakfast too who also wanted to do the same trip so we decided to share the costs of the jeepney with them. We were soon on our way, we first stopped at banaue view point where we had views across all the rice paddies, the farmers were just ...

Day 76. Mount Pinatubu - Ravi's guest entry

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Nov 12, 2014

3 comments, 10 photos

... would be used for. On that note we should also say that our tour guide was one of the Filipino natives and he wasn’t really a guide – more someone
that was immense at walking in flip flops, on uneven terrain, that we had to try and keep up with.

For the most part the rest of the walk up was without incident. Except for David needing a poo. When he asked, at the start of the journey, where the toilet was, he was told everywhere. So he duly took note ...

Banaue & Batad rice terraces

A travel blog entry by daveandsara2014 on Jul 30, 2014

21 photos

... the sidecar of the tricycle for the bone jarring journey back to Banaue. We are really pleased we saw Batad before the road being built is completed as the view was the reward for all the effort getting there. It was definitely one of our most memorable days in our travels so far and a couple of well deserved local Red Horse beers at a dangerous 6.9% wiped Dave out for the rest of the evening. Our final day was spent waiting for the night bus ...

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