It's More Fun in the Philippines, No.1 for Fun!


Planning a trip? Those who love to travel know the essence of all travel is about you and your enjoyment. Travelers know that the destination is a major part of planning a trip, experiencing and delving deeper into unfamiliar places, people, and culture are paramount.

Expand your horizons and set your sight to the Philippines, an off the beaten path travel site! An undiscovered paradise made of thousands of islands and white sand beaches all around! A tiny dot in the map of the world, and yet a haven for travelers, backpackers, retirees and even passersby.

It offers awesome tourist attractions, magnificent beaches, hot spring resorts, colorful festivals, hundreds of scenic spots and world-class hotels and facilities. Not to mention the tropical climate, the affordable prices as well as the friendly and hospitable, English-speaking people! You will be glad you came, and we’re sure, you WILL come back for more FUN in the Philippines!





Pristine beaches, stunning infrastructures and captivating panoramic views, find all of these in the beautiful Island of Leyte. A place which will leave you awed and amazed as nature unveils the clearest waters, the white and finest beach sand, the marvelous blue sky, and the calmest and most relaxing ambiance.

Leyte is also home to some of the very important historical events such as the Leyte Gulf which is the largest naval battle of World War II, the Leyte Landing where Allied Forces led by Gen. Douglas MacArthur returned to aid the Philippines against the Japanese invasion and the First Catholic Mass in the Philippines in the shore of the town islet of Limasawa.

An island with people of overflowing hospitality, unbeatable resilience and genuinely beautiful smiles, Leyte is indeed a must-visit to every tourist who wants to be one with nature & experience sincere culture. Once you visit Leyte, you will certainly find serenity. Read More:


Digyo Island


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Digyo Island is the smallest among the four islands of Cuatro Islas. Too small that one could circumnavigate or walk completely around the islet in less than half an hour. This is the obvious reason why the island is called Digyo, from the old Cebuano word digyot meaning “little.” 

This islet is uninhabited by human and is a protected sanctuary of diverse marine lives thriving in coral reefs. It has been told that the whole islet is a private property of a well known family in Inopacan. 

It remains undeveloped with a few number of dispersed coconut trees growing around. A huge mass of white sands was illegally hauled off in 1980’s by the quarrying business of an alleged contractor who delivered the sacks of white sand to a prestigious hotel in Cebu City for use in landscaping. Despite the considerable loss of white sands, the islet still has a magnificent view, a crystal clear pristine seawater, and white sandbar that glares on bright sunlight . 

What is now missing is the what used to be a much longer and wider beachfront. Occasionally, a handful of local picnickers and their guests would come on-board a motorboat to spend a day of enjoying the delight of nature’s beauty.  Read More:


Gunhuban Falls


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Situated deep in the heart of Leyte’s verdant forest is Gunhuban Falls. The majestic two-tiered falls is located in the native town of Bato, and is quickly becoming a well-known summer destination in Eastern Visayas.

The beautiful, bluish-green waters of Gunhuban is surrounded by enormous trees and thick vegetation, providing shade to the locals and tourists lounging in the area. The cold, fresh water of Gunhuban Falls never fails to invite its visitors to take a dip in the pool. Aside from swimming, adrenaline seekers and adventure lovers can climb up to high ground and take a 30-feet plunge into the natural, green pool. The sights you’ll enjoy around the falls is the lush forest and shrubs surrounding the area, there are also locals, especially kids who’ll amaze you with their brave stunts and acrobatic dives into the water.  Read More:


Guinsuhotan Cave and Falls


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Guinsohotan Cave and Falls are located in Cagnituan, Maasin, Southern Leyte, Philippines. It has clear waters good for swimming and picnicking. Busay Falls is also nearby.  Together with the Cagnituan Lagoon, they are just within the Capital City of Maasin, it is one of the most visited nature sites because of its twin experience, the cave with its subterranean river and the inviting pool of the water falls.

The Guinsohotan Cave is a large subterranean cave, 15 km from the city center and 276 meters above sea level. Those who do enter the cave by wading or swimming can find small “in-cave” waterfalls, bats and impressive rock formations.

The water coming out of Guinsuhotan Cave flows down in cascades to form a natural lagoon, Cagnituan Lagoon, frequently visited by bathers and patrons of cool therapeutic treatment. These two sights, which belong more or less together, are placed in Barangay Cagnituan and can be reached from Barangay Maria Clara by using a Habal-habal. Read More:



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The Largest Naval Battle in History Took Place in Leyte

How To Get To Leyte

Popular Places to Visit in Leyte

Colorful Festivals to Watch in Leyte

Having a Fun Time in Leyte

Leyte Photo Gallery

Leyte Video Collection





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