Picture: Boracay (Philippines)   

  start  > english > asia

Central America
North America
South America









Latest additions

Philippines > Sagada
If you know the Philippines, with their tropical climate, then you would not immediately expect that there are places where pinetrees grow in the wild.  Well, those places do exist high up in the Cordillera mountains of Luzon.  Sagada is a small town located in a valley in the country's mountain province.  Although the region is stunning with its mountains and rice terraces, the town is primarily known for an ancient burial tradition: the coffins of the deceased are either stacked in burial caves or hung on the rocks [explore Sagada]


Philippines > El Nido
El Nido is a community in the north of the island of Palawan.  It consists of the small town of El Nido and several barangays.  It lays in the Bacuit archipelago which has about 45 islands and islets and is considered as one of the best island desinations.  What makes it really exceptional is the natural beauty: secluded beaches, limestone cliffs, clear ocean, pristine forests, mangroves and abundant marine life.  Some places to make you dream: Paradise Beach, Cathedral cave, the small Lagoon, the big Lagoon, the secret Lagoon, helicopter island, snake island,.. [explore El Nido]


Philippines > Boracay
The small island of Boracay is a real paradise on earth and one of the most well known touristic hotspots in the Philippines: white sandy beaches, palm trees, crystal water combined with a tropical climate.  Equipment for water sports which is sometimes hard to find in many places in the Philippines or which is in limited supply, is available here: jetskiing, parasailing, windsurfing, kitesurfing,...  At daylight the beach is a dream location for getting that nice tan you always wanted or for water sports, but at night the island transforms into a party island [explore Boracay].

  No information or pictures can be copied or distributed in any way without written permission of   All pictures are made and copyrighted by Hendrik De Leyn unless mentioned otherwise [Contact information] [privacy and cookie policy].