Lauriane

Lauriane
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Lauriane – 31 years old – the adventurer. I write the different articles. I am from the East of France and I grew up in Les Vosges and I spent almost 10 years in Strasbourg.

Explore Bergen in 24 hours, our key spots: the Mount Fløyen, Bryggen and...

Bergen boasts a colourful wharf that is one of the most photographed spots in Scandinavia. This is the second most largest city in Norway but it has the vibe of a small town packed with both charm and trendy character. We love walking to explore a city. It was perfect as the city centre of Bergen is pretty small and is super easy to navigate by foot. In this post, we described in a nutshell - 5 unmissable things to do in Bergen.

El Nido and the most beautiful beaches on Earth: Corong Beach, Nacpan Beach and...

Staying at El Nido is a must when you do a trip in the Philippines :). True it is one of the most touristic spot but it is also one of the most amazing. In a short, the beaches are regarded as some of the best in the world. There are also endless options to go on island hopping with Tour A from Tour D. The key spots we visited are the following: Corong Beach, Island Hopping with the tour A and Nacpan Beach.

The cost of travelling in the Philippines, our budget and tips

Travelling in the Philippines is amazing and rather cheap experience. It cost us about 65 GBP = 4,250 PHP = 75 EUR / day / person. See our full budget post.

Island hopping in El Nido – our experience with the Tour A

We booked the tour A, which is the most popular tour. This tour is a good mix of snorkelling, kayaking and chilling. Let's discover the different spots - Big Lagoon, Secret Lagoon, Shimizu Island, Seven Commando Beach. We also explained what to expect from a group tour vs a private boat.

Our food experience in the Philippines and restaurant recommendations

If you’re about travelling to the Philippines and looking for the best foods to eat, read our food guide. It includes a combination of some must-try restaurant, welcoming coffee, lively bars and some astonishing spots for sunset. We have listed our favourite food spots in the different islands we visited : Bohol, El Nido, Coron, Moalboal and Dumaguete.

Coron, Island hopping in the beautiful lakes and lagoons and Black Island

Staying in Coron is a must when you do a trip in the Philippines :). It is a majestic island surrounded by lagoons with incredible turquoise waters that you can discover with island hopping which pass through breathtaking landscapes.

Our island hopping experience on a private boat in Coron Island

Island hopping with a private boat is a MUST :). Our day was hectic. We stoped at the 6 following spots - Kayangan Lake, Barracuda Lake, Smith Beach, Twin Lagoon, Calachuchi Beach. We also explained why it is worth to get a private boat, what was our budget. Finally we also add the details of our guide.

Canyoneering adventure at the Kawasan Falls, Badian on Cebu Island

Canyoneering is a MUST if you stay on Cebu island :). We definitely recommend to spent one half day to discover the Kawasan Falls. This a unique and epic adventure. It is a perfect combination of jumps, fun and laughs with iconic landscapes.

Moalboal Marine Life and Adventures in Cebu Island: Panagsama Beach and the Kawasan Falls

Certainly, Moalboal is not the most popular place in the Philippines. But it is definitely worth stopping there :). It's a great place for snorkelling - it really felt like swimming in a giant aquarium. And it's also a perfect place for a day full of adventure with canyoning in the Kawasan waterfalls. We spent 3 days there. The key spots we visited are the following: Panagsama Beach, Canyoneering at the Kawasan Falls, White Beach.

Dumaguete and its natural wonders: Waterfalls, Hot Springs and Snorkelling with Sea Turtles in...

Dumaguete is a university town that is both peaceful and lively, exotic with very rich seabed, especially towards the island of Apo where you can swim with turtles, hot springs and waterfalls. Dumaguete is located on the eastern island of Negros which is the fourth largest island in the Philippines. It is the least touristy and cheapest island on our itinerary. The key spots we visited are the following: the Red Rocks, Apo Island, the Pulangbato Falls. There are also great massages at low prices.