Ber months getaways, escapades

Now that travel restrictions have eased, travel bells are also ringing.

If you are looking for your next destination, read up for travel ideas and make the best of your holidays.

Baguio Christmas Village

Want to head up north? Experience the Yuletide spirit of the colorful Christmas village in the City of Pines.

Get your camera phones ready for selfies or strike a pose with the attractions and holiday lights while playing in the “snow.”

Take a stroll in the gingerbread houses and candy cane displays and take photos with miniature snowmen while enjoying Baguio’s cool breeze — plus, you can visit the nearby night market and restaurants to complete the experience.

Hiking in Sagada

Hike your way to the clouds and embrace the ber-month breeze in Sagada, Mountain Province.

Marlboro Hills, Sagada, Mountain Province. | PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF UNSPLASH/ruby jane motilla

Explore destinations within the mountain range such as the famous hanging coffins, picturesque view of Marlboro Hills, Mt. Kiltepan viewpoint, and the ancient Buscalan Village where the oldest and last mambabatok or Ifugao tattoo artist, Apo Whang Od, resides.

LA Union. | PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF UNSPLASH/ vernon raineil cenzon

Hit the road to La Union

After indulging in San Juan’s famous beaches along with good music and sumptuous food, explore La Union’s other famous destinations like the ancient Ma-Cho Temple, the historical Baluarte Watch Tower, or do some grape picking at Gapuz Grape Farm.

Catch some waves in Siargao

For those who are looking for some action, Siargao is the right travel destination for you. Have the ultimate island experience with your family and friends while immersing in the island with the locals.

Discover Siargao’s beautiful islands such as the Naked Island and Sohoton Cove, ride motorcycles and stroll along the iconic palm tree-lined road and finally, join a party at Cloud 9 coast where great food and entertainment awaits.

Christmas experience in Pampanga

Witness an awesome showdown of lights this December at the Christmas capital of the Philippines, San Fernando — home to the mesmerizing giant lanterns.

If you are looking for another exciting Christmas-themed place in the city, worry not because Pampanga’s first Christmas-themed park in Mexico is open. After visiting the holiday destinations, satisfy your tastebuds with Kapampangan delicacies like tsokolate de batirol and bibingka at puto bumbong.

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