Ride a jeepney
Jeepney is traditional public transportation used in the Philippines. Filipino people have transformed these jeeps to funky transportation, which is accustomed to easily hop on/off. The jeepney was originally American jeep. The Philippines has acquired these jeeps after World war 2 and since then, they have transformed them tremendously. For a tourist, it might be a lifetime experience. So hop on, guys!
Watch whale sharks!
Have you considered swimming with whale sharks? These glorious species often visit Oslob, Cebu island. These peaceful creatures often spend time in Oslob for almost 6 hours daily. As a result of fishermen who feed-train them, they tend to come back. Contrary, this might have a negative effect on whale sharks. The risk is not getting enough nutrients in long run. However, if you are interested in observing these magnificent creatures, try to be respectful towards them. And don’t forget to pack your camera!
Banaue Rice Terraces
The humongous rice terraces of Banaue sometimes called the 8th Wonder of the World. These rice terraces have been built around the mountains by minimum equipment, primarily by hand. Even these days, local people still plant rice and vegetables. It is an extraordinary experience that you definitely shouldn’t miss out on!
Ride a motorbike or a scooter
Riding a motorbike or a scooter is almost essential in the Philippines to complete your travel experiences. The traffic might be tricky. So it’s good to make sure you have some degree of driving knowledge before going on the road. To learn more about rules, check out our blog post about Motorcycle driving regulations in the Philippines.
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