MV 2GO Maligaya: 2GO Travel newest vessel

MV 2GO Maligaya

2GO Group Inc., the Philippines’ largest integrated transportation and logistics provider, upholds Filipino aspirational values by naming its newest state-of-the-art passenger vessel as MV 2GO Maligaya.

MV 2GO Maligaya

2GO recognizes the Filipinos’ ability to be joyful and uplifting toward others even in the face of hardships and challenges. MV 2GO Maligaya aspires to make sea travel fun, safe, and reliable through its new vessel.

MV 2GO Maligaya

Maligaya is one of the defining qualities with which the Filipino is known for around the world. Masaya is a happy feeling, but Maligaya has a sense of deep joy and youthfulness. As a travel brand, we believe this is reflective of the kind of journey and service that you get from 2GO,” stated Blessie Cruz, 2GO Assistant Vice President for Marketing.

The acquisition of the MV 2GO Maligaya is part of the company’s fleet modernization efforts to provide high speed and reliability in the movement of essential goods nationwide, while at the same time upgrading sea travel onboard experience. According to 2GO Chief Operating Officer Waldo Basilla, “This is a manifestation of 2GO’s commitment in providing superior products and services to our customers. The new addition complements the broader service offerings of the other business units under the 2GO Group. As a major player in the industry, it is imperative for us to take the lead in product innovation and unparalleled service to keep in step with world-class standards”.

MV 2GO Maligaya

The MV 2GO Maligaya is the most technologically advanced roll-on, roll-off passenger (ROPAX) ship that has set sail in the Philippine waters. It features a fun and colorful livery that can energize and enhance the Pinoy travel experience.

MV 2GO Maligaya is a larger ship that can carry 40% more twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) of cargo capacity compared to 2GO’s current fleet of vessels. It will link Manila, Visayas, and Mindanao via its Manila-Cebu-Cagayan de Oro route. With a top speed of 23.5 knots, it reduces steaming time from Manila to Cebu to only 17 hours making it the fastest cargo vessel in the Philippines today. With this vessel’s addition, 2GO aims to further improve sailing schedule reliability to 95% on time.

Made by Japanese shipbuilders and a German main engine, the MV 2GO Maligaya embodies the latest international shipping standards and technologies, including an integrated navigation and control system, advanced fire alarm systems, and multiple collision bulkheads as a collision mitigating support, among others.

MV 2GO Maligaya

MV 2GO Maligaya is a welcome addition to its current fleet of up to 10 ships, servicing 20 major ports of call in the Philippines. The ship is set to sail its maiden voyage this month of May, and the company has prepared special activities for the passengers of MV 2GO Maligaya for being a part of the first journey.

5 reasons why you should visit Tinipak Lodge and Restaurant

tinipak lodge and restaurant

Last weekend, we just had an amazing trip to Tanay, Rizal. It is a 2-hour drive from Manila. Days before the granular lockdown happened, we encountered one checkpoint along Rizal. They were checking if there were kids in the car and they were looking for a driver’s license.

tinipak lodge and restaurant

After that checkpoint, it was a smooth ride until you get to Daraitan. Your trip to Tinipak Lodge and Restaurant will be going to be rough but we promise you that it will be worth it.

tinipak lodge and restaurant
Tinipak Lodge and Restaurant

You will know if you’re near the area when you see a river and a bridge. Yes, you have to cross that bridge. Each car needs to pay 50 PHP upon crossing the river.

In this blog, we will share with you the reasons why you should visit this place when you’re planning to have a getaway after this pandemic.


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Restaurant in Tinipak Lodge and Restuarant

After trying some of their food, we wish we’re near to them so we can visit their restaurant and try their food every day. Swear, you must try the food here! They have a restaurant along the highway (Kamalig Restaurant), if you’re around the area, please do visit and try their food.

Here are some of our top picks from their restaurant. But all of the food we had were good, anyway! Note that you can dine-in at their restaurant even if you’re not a guest.

The restaurant is open from 8:00 AM-10:00 PM from Monday to Thursday, 6:00 AM-10:00 PM on Friday, and 6:00 AM-12:00 MN on weekends.

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Halo-halo for desserts


We didn’t imagine that we can found a relaxing place here in Tanay, Rizal. Since we all know that Tanay is one of the go-to places if you’re looking for an adventure. But if you’re not that kind of person, then just stay at their lodge. You’ll be relaxed, for sure.

Feel the cold breeze at night while enjoying the bonfire with your smores and sausages. We want to go back and experience the place at night since we have to sleep early.

tinipak lodge and restaurant

What made our stay more memorable was because the owners are so accommodating. Thank you for accommodating us, Reyes family!


We’re surprised when we saw our room since we’re not expecting too much since it’s a lodge. But look, it’s clean and cozy.

tinipak lodge and restaurant

We stayed in their Dumagat Room which is good for 4 pax. It has 2 king-sized beds. It has an aircon but we didn’t use it since we just want to enjoy the fresh air. It has TV and cable but we didn’t use it also since we just want to enjoy nature.

Our room has its own rattan swing and a veranda where we mostly spent our time with. It has a private bathroom also which has body soap, shampoo, tissue, and complimentary towels.

We also noticed that they are still under construction and currently adding more rooms to accommodate more people at their place.

NOTE: When you checked-in, you are entitled to have a complimentary breakfast.


You can use our code to get 1,600 PHP discount when you sign up using our link here. This is valid for first time users only.

After you sign up, you can now choose your room below.

Shared room – 513 PHP/night

Good for 2 pax – 2,714 PHP/night

Good for 4 pax – 3,786 PHP/night


Since we’re already in Tanay, Rizal, we maximized our weekend by doing some adventures such as trekking. Yes, they can arrange your tours if you want to go somewhere in Tanay. Just inform them beforehand or on the day of your visit.

Watch our vlog here:

We went to Tinipak River and Tinipak Rock Formations on our 1st day and went to Mt. Daraitan Summit on our 2nd day. They have a legit and super nice tour guide here at Tinipak Lodge and Restaurant.


Yes, they are requesting their guests to submit a medical certificate a day before your check-in date. They accept medical certificates that came from your RHU, just like we did.


Yes, kids are allowed but they need to have a guardian especially now that we still have a pandemic.


Check-in time is 1:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM.


Yes, they have their own parking space and it’s for FREE!


Room – ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Rates – ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Service – ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Amenities – ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Location – ⭐⭐⭐


Mobile:  09178971119


210 M. Pranada St., Barangay Daraitan, Tanay, Rizal


Facebook: Tinipak Lodge & Restaurant – Daraitan

Instagram: @tinipaklodge

Summer Cruise: Experience scuba diving in Batangas

summer cruise

We were supposed to visit this diving resort last year but since community quarantine happened, we decided to postpone our trip to Summer Cruise.

summer cruise

But now that they ease the travel guidelines in Batangas, we decided to push this last weekend.

Summer Cruise Diving Resort is located in San Luis, Batangas. It is a 3-hour drive from Manila. From the name itself, it is a diving spot and a resort that was established last 2019.


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Credits to Rich Batangas

When we went there, we didn’t present any health certificate as indicated in the picture above. But just in case, much better if you bring a health certificate to be sure. Don’t forget to wear your face mask and face shield and practice social distancing as much as you can.

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View from our balcony


They have a day trip here in Summer Cruise. The fee for a day trip is 350 PHP per head. For an overnight stay, you have three options for accommodation. It’s either you get a room, do camping, or sleep on a hammock. If you will bring your own hammock, the fee is 450 PHP.


WEEKDAYS – 700 PHP/head

WEEKENDS – 850 PHP/head

summer cruise

The room is clean and you have a balcony. One advantage if you booked their rooms is that you have your own private bathroom. Note that they have no aircon here but it really gets cold at night. We didn’t even use the electric fan inside the room.


RENT – 550 PHP


We noticed that most of the guests here at Summer Cruise choose to stay in the tent. They also have 2 common bathrooms for campers here. When we went there, the resort is fully-booked and most of them are campers and freedivers.


When we went here, we saw pets and even kids inside the resort. Just take full responsibility if you will bring a pet or kids to Summer Cruise.

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summer cruise

There’s a lot of activities you can do here at Summer Cruise.


Rate is 250 PHP for snorkel rentals such as mask & snorkel, life vest, boots, and fins. For individual rentals, mask & snorkel (150 PHP), life vest (50 PHP), boots (50 PHP), and fins (100 PHP).


Rate is 1,500 PHP with instructor and complete gears.


Rate is 1,800 PHP with instructor and complete gears. You can watch our vlog below to watch our scuba diving experience!

They even offer PADI courses here at Summer Cruise.

  • Open Water (2 days) – 14,800 PHP
  • Advanced (2 days) – 14,800 PHP
  • Rescue Diver (3 days) – 18,500 PHP
  • Dive Master (on request)


Here in Summer Cruise, they offer several food choices from breakfast to dinner meals. But if you opted to bring food to cook, they charge 350 PHP for kitchen use and refrigerator storage.

Also, you can have unlimited coffee and overflowing water here at Summer Cruise.

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Kitchen area

Here’s what we got for dinner. They serve Japanese food here. The ramen has a big serving and flavorful!

summer cruise

For breakfast, we got some Pinoy food such as Tapsilog, Tocilog, and Bangus.

summer cruise


Room – ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Rates – ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Service – ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Amenities – ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Location – ⭐⭐⭐⭐

summer cruise

After our 1st ever scuba diving, we are thinking to do it all over again. It was a memorable experience! Big thanks to Summer Cruise Diving Resort for taking good care of us during the dive. Kudos!!!


Mobile:  09478127671


Brgy. Balite, San Luis, Batangas


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This is the pickup location from Summer Cruise Parking

From PITX, ride a bus bound for Lemery, Batangas. Fare is 220 PHP per head. Alight at Xentro Mall or bus terminal. From there, ride a tricycle and tell to drop-off at Summer Cruise Parking. Fare is 100 PHP per head. From parking, you have two options to get to Summer Cruise: by walk (around 15 mins, rough road) or by boat (50 PHP per head)


Facebook: Summer Cruise Diving Resort

Instagram: @summercruiseresort

Farm T-House: Farm staycation in Laguna

farm t-house

This is our first time having a staycation on a farm. And we’re excited to share our experience at Farm T-House which is located in Brgy. Duhat, Cavinti, Laguna.


Farm T-House is a newly opened staycation in Laguna. Have you stayed in tiny houses like these? These are from Bloc Campsite. They have this also on a lakeside. They decided to collaborate with Farm Share to put some tiny houses inside the farm.

farm t-house

Here at Farm T-House, they have 4 tiny houses up to date. It is available in Tube, Airy, Slim, and Cube T-House. We stayed on their Tube T-House which is good for 2-4 pax.

Note that food and drinks are not allowed inside the room except for water. Shoes and slippers are also prohibited inside. You can put them on the deck instead.

This is the look of the place at night. More romantic and beautiful.


If you will cook here, you can do it in their kitchen/pantry. They also have a pavilion where you can chill and eat. You can also drink some coffee here for free.

There’s no CR inside the tiny houses but they have a common bathroom behind the pantry/kitchen. Don’t worry because the CR is clean.

farm t-house


The age requirements for guests at Farm T-House are 15 to 65 years old only. But if you want to bring kids 14 yrs old and below, you are responsible for their safety. Parents should be responsible for their own kids.

Pets are allowed with a 500 PHP fee per pet/overnight. But be fully responsible and accountable fur parent.


Here at Farm T-House, they have a schedule of activities and timings. Kindly see the following activities below.

  • Milking of Cows Demo [4:00 AM and 4:00 PM]
  • Feeding of Calves (100 PHP/2.5 L bottles) [8:00 AM and 4:30 PM]
  • Guided Farm Tour (50 PHP/pax) [10:00 AM and 3:30 PM]
  • Bonfire (100 PHP/extra woods) [8:00 PM]
  • Controlled Lights and Sounds [9:00 PM]
  • Lights Off & Sounds Off [11:00 PM]

Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 NN. Early check-in and late check-out are 500 PHP per hour.

We had a farm tour and learned a lot about the animals inside Farm T-House. Watch our vlog below:


farm t-house
Goat houses

Here are some of the photos we got on the tour. They have donkeys, rabbits, goats, and cows.


You can also enjoy the night while enjoying the bonfire with other guests. What made this night more romantic was the full moon.


Since camping is the main goal here, you still need to bring things such as toiletries and cooking equipment if you opted to cook in Farm T-House. You can also bring food and drinks inside because they don’t have a corkage fee. But don’t worry if you can’t bring those because you can pre-order inside the farm. Just order the food upon arrival.

Here’s the food you can order at Farm T-House. Afripaya is a must-try since it’s one of the popular dishes in Cavinti, Laguna.


farm t-house

You can book via AirBnb. If you book here, you might get 1,600 PHP off on your 1st booking if you sign up on this link:

TUBE T-HOUSE (2-4 pax):

AIRY T-HOUSE (2-4 pax):

SLIM T-HOUSE (4-6 pax):

CUBE T-HOUSE (6-8 pax):


farm t-house

From PITX, ride a bus going to Sta. Cruz, Laguna. Alight at Sta. Cruz terminal. From there, look for jeepneys bound for Lucban and drop off at Cavinti Junction. From there, ride a tricycle to Farm T-House. You can contact Kuya Emman (09317704286) for your ride to Farm T-House.


Room – ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Rates – ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Service – ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Amenities – ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Location – ⭐⭐⭐⭐

farm t-house


Mobile:  09369699644


Brgy. Duhat, Cavinti, Laguna



Facebook: Bloc Campsite

Instagram: @bloc.campsite

‘Sail’ with 2GO Travel and ‘Stay’ for 3D2N in Boracay for only ₱4,999!

More Filipinos can now enjoy the sun and sea of the world’s best island, Boracay as 2GO Travel, the Philippines’ largest premier sea travel provider, launches the most affordable sea and island accommodations package, Sail & Stay for only ₱4,999 per person.

2GO Travel, together with its first partner hotel La Carmela de Boracay, are offering the most budget-friendly vacation. The Sail & Stay package is inclusive of a roundtrip ticket from Batangas to Caticlan in Tourist class accommodation with full board meals, 50kg baggage allowance, service fee and all auxiliary charges, plus a 3-day, 2-night hotel stay in a standard room with free breakfast for two in Boracay.

“It’s love month, and we want to make our guests feel loved by gifting them the best Philippine vacation deals for sea travel. With Sail & Stay, we make it cost-effective and convenient for our passengers, wherein Day 1 of vacation starts onboard, perfect for couples who want to celebrate special occasions away from the city,” said 2GO Assistant Vice President for Marketing Blessie Cruz.

Travel more for less, and book your Sail & Stay package today through May 31, 2021 for check in until end of December this year. Call 2GO’s Customer Interaction Center (CIC) at (02) 8 528 7000 or email 2GO Group Sales at

On top of the best deals by Sail & Stay, travelers can avail subsidized COVID-19 RT-PCR (Real-Time Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction) tests, which are offered by the Department of Tourism (DOT) and the Tourism Promotions Board (TPB) Philippines. Health and safety protocols for travel such as the usage of Traze Contact Tracing App and personal protective equipment as well as the practice of social distancing are still in place from check-in, boarding, and disembarkation.

Celebrate special occasions at Clyde Suites Tagaytay

clyde suites tagaytay

Finally, our first out-of-town trip after 10 months! We really made it possible since we’re celebrating another milestone.



Meet Karla and Ian, founder of The Hungry Traveler PH

We celebrated The Hungry Traveler PH‘s anniversary in advance so we can post the photos on the day of our anniversary, which is today. LOL!

And since we’re badly missing Tagaytay, which is also our favorite go-to destination, we decided to celebrate here. And we found a perfect place to celebrate our anniversary.

So thankful that we saw a post regarding Clyde Suites Tagaytay months before and immediately booked a stay with them. They are located in Tagaytay Prime Residences.

Actually, they have 4 units available. You can check the photo below for reference.

We supposed to stay in Taal View room but unfortunately, the only available room on our preferred date was the Bali-inspired room, which was also okay for me.

For the requirements, you only need 1 valid ID upon checking in! And yes, we went to Tagaytay using public transportation. It’s actually our 1st time commuting after 9 months.

We’re scared but we just prayed and took some extra precautions to make ourselves safe during the trip.

We arrived around 6 PM already because of the heavy traffic along Aguinaldo Highway. But don’t worry because here at Clyde Suites, you can do self check-in just like we did. They will instruct you on how to do the self check-in.

Ian was surprised when he saw the surprise/welcome setup. It’s actually my idea to do a surprise setup and we’re both happy with it. It’s so beautiful.

Yes, here at Clyde Suites Tagaytay, they do surprise setups which is very convenient if you have a celebration or any occasions you want to celebrate. From birthdays to anniversaries, they have a package! Just inform them 2-3 days before your check-in date for them to prepare.

Aside from the setup, we’re so inlove with the room itself. I can’t remember how many times I told Ian that I want a room exactly like this. From the design to the things inside, I want it all! HAHA.

Super inlove with their kitchenwares! Look at that aesthetic mugs! Perfect for your morning coffee.

clyde suites tagaytay

For the freebies, they have 2 complimentary bottled waters and 2 instant coffees. They also have free slippers inside the room. On the bathroom, they provided tissue, body wash, and shampoo.

This was the morning view around 6 AM. After few minutes, it became zero visibility.

My favorite part of the room would be their bed of course, plus this closet. Yes, this is a closet. LOL!

For those who are asking, they have an internet connection and SMART TV in the room. Actually, we just enjoyed watching videos on YouTube and listened to music during our stay. Definitely a breather!!!

We’ll definitely go back here and hopefully, we can visit the other rooms too! Due to COVID-19, their swimming pool is currently unavailable until futher notice.


They are also on AirBnb. Good news, you can get 1,600 PHP discount on your 1st booking if you sign up here:

Here is the link of their AirBnb room: Bali-inspired room

You can also inquire thru their FB page which is Clyde Suites Tagaytay

Actually, this is our 3rd time here at Tagaytay Prime Residences. You can also check the other room here: Nest Tagaytay

Famous tourist attractions in Bohol

famous tourist attractions in bohol

DISCLAIMER: The following photos were taken last 2016 so please beg with our low quality photos.

Since we badly miss traveling, we had to share our Bohol trip wayback 2016 to lessen the sadness due to the recent pandemic (COVID-19).

And since these photos were taken in 2016, some of the photos were maybe different to present.

Maybe today, there’s more tourist attractions in Bohol that we didn’t visit yet back then.

famous tourist attractions in bohol
Tagbilaran Airport

Who else here are taking a picture at the airport for remembrance? Hehe. The airport in Bohol is not that big compared to other airports in the country, though we’ve been only in Caticlan, Kalibo, Clark, Puerto Princesa, and NAIA.

We stayed in Bohol for 5 days and 4 nights. I must say that this is enough to explore Bohol. You can also do a sidetrip to Cebu via ferry for about an hour only but we didn’t try.

Enough with the story, we will now share some of the famous tourist attractions in Bohol that you need to visit!


Location: Carmen, Bohol

famous tourist attractions in bohol

This was a bucket list to me since I was seeing this before in textbooks only. Finally, I saw these beautiful hills with my naked eye. In addition to that, we also ride an ATV and explore around the Chocolate Hills.


Location: Panglao, Bohol

famous tourist attractions in bohol

This was part of our island hopping tour in Panglao. We also visited Balicasag Island and did snorkeling. By the way, the sandbar here fades quickly. In this place also, we tried this snack in the area. I forgot the name. Please comment below if you know hehe

famous tourist attractions in bohol


Location: Loboc, Bohol

famous tourist attractions in bohol

This was one of my favorite experiences in Bohol. We spent our lunch here in a floating restaurant. We enjoyed the view, food, and the entertainment. We also did a short stopover to witness the locals dance and sing.


Location: Corella, Bohol

famous tourist attractions in bohol

This was my only pic of tarsier that was awake. All of them were sleeping the time we visit them. Luckily, I got a decent pic!


Location: Loboc, Bohol

famous tourist attractions in bohol

This 400-yr old church collapsed due to a 7.2 magnitude earthquake happened last October 2013. What a beautiful disaster! I wonder what it looks like today?


Location: Baclayon, Bohol

famous tourist attractions in bohol

This is the oldest church in Asia. This was also part of our countryside tour in Bohol. One of the beautiful churches I’d been to.


Location: Bilar, Bohol

famous tourist attractions in bohol

This magnicifent place is part of the reforestation project that started in 1947 and launched in 1953 to stop Loboc watershed deforestation. It has a stretch of 2 kilometers and made with white and red mahogany trees.


Location: Bilar, Bohol

famous tourist attractions in bohol

Enjoyed this place too as I saw a lot of different and colorful butteflies. And for the photo, they will make you look like a real butterfly in the photo but you have to be creative and I’m not so that’s the output. LOL

And last but not the least, we highly recommend this resort when staying in Bohol. Though this is quite expensive but definitely worth the price, The Bellevue Hotel.

Top 10 beaches in the Philippines from THTPH

beaches in the philippines

DISCLAIMER: Here are our top 10 beaches that we’ve been to…so far!

Philippines is one of the countries in the world that is blessed to have beautiful beaches. No wonder why tourists are keep on coming here just to visit and experience the beaches in the Philippines.

But now that there is a current pandemic happening in the world, which is COVID-19, the tourism here in the country, as well in other countries, are in danger.

But since it’s summer already in the Philippines and all of us are in our homes, let us share to you our top 10 beaches here in the Philippines that we’ve been to (in no particular order).


Location: Malay, Aklan

beaches in the philippines

Who doesn’t love the white beach in Boracay? Just a fan fact, been here three times already yet I still want to go back! Super love the sunset and the fine white sand.


Location: Jomalig, Quezon

beaches in the philippines

Swear, the 6-hr boat ride is definitely worth it! Been here two times already and still want to go back despite the long boat ride. Plus, the golden sand and the sunset are so beautiful.



Location: Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte

beaches in the philippines

The first time I’ve been here was 2012, not sure but it’s for school purposes AKA “Lakbay Aral”. The second time was 2015, it was a family trip. This is also known as “Boracay of the North”. Why not?


Location: Panglao, Bohol

beaches in the philippines

Been here in 2016. My first sandbar experience! This is one of the destination if you avail an island hopping tour in Bohol.


Location: Jomalig, Quezon

beaches in the philippines

My second favorite beach in Jomalig! I really have this thing on white sand beaches. It relaxes me everytime I see one.



Location: Jomalig, Quezon

beaches in the philippines

My 3rd favorite beach in Jomalig. The road going here is a little bit tough because it’s under construction but once you get here, you’ll be amaze on its rock formation.



Location: Jose Panganiban, Camarines Norte

beaches in the philippines

Unfortunately, we didn’t have a long stay here because it suddenly rain in the middle of our visit.



Location: Culasi, Antique

beaches in the philippines

My second sand bar experience! Unfortunately, we didn’t have a chance to swim here but will definitely visit again here to experience it!



Location: San Antonio, Zambales

beaches in the philippines

We had a short time here but enjoyed taking pictures here because the beach and rock formations here are lit! This is one of the destination if you avail an island hopping tour.


Location: Dasol, Pangasinan

beaches in the philippines
Photo not mine

This is one of the destination if you avail an island hopping tour. Love the rock formations here and also the sand and beach.


Strawberry desserts you need to try in Baguio

strawberry desserts in Baguio

What is the first thing you remember when you say Baguio City? Aside from its cold weather, it is STRAWBERRY.

Since we just visited Baguio City last month, we’ll be sharing some of must tries strawberry desserts you need to try in Baguio.


Price: 125 php per slice

strawberry desserts in Baguio

We all know where to buy this one. This is from Vizco’s Restaurant and Cake Shop, the no. 1 cake shop in Baguio. And for the record, this is one of their best seller cakes.


Price: 99 php each

strawberry desserts in Baguio

This is the trending Strawberry Champorado from Le Monet Hotel. You can find it inside Camp John Hay. Surprisingly, I loved it! Would love to try it again.

You can also try their Strawberry Milkshake (160 php) to complete your Strawberry food hunting. LOL

strawberry desserts in Baguio


Price: 30 php each

strawberry desserts in Baguio

You can find this anywhere in Baguio. However, price varies depending on the area. We bought this inside Burnham Park. They also offer Ube flavor and of course, the original Taho flavor.


Price: 25 php each

strawberry desserts in Baguio
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Since our time is limited, we failed to try again their Strawberry Ice Cream. But in 2018, we tried it somewhere in Burnham Park also. The price varies depending on the area, and as far as we remember, we bought this for only 25 php.

You can watch our Baguio trip last 2018 below! Hehe

Will update this as soon as we get to try other Strawberry desserts in Baguio!

10 things to do in Valleypoint Campsite

valleypoint campsite

Panagbenga Festival is coming! We know that a lot of people will go to have some fun in Baguio. But after that, what to do or where to stay in Baguio? Maximize your time when going to Baguio. That’s why we’ll suggest a sidetrip that everyone will enjoy.

valleypoint campsite

Want to see this view? Visit Valleypoint Campsite! It’s only a 30-min drive from Baguio City proper.

Also, just wanna let you know that this is our 2nd time here. And we must say, there’s a lot of improvement from the last time we went here. In case you want to know our 1st experience at Valleypoint Campsite, kindly read here.



Who doesn’t want unlimited brewed coffee while looking at this view, right? What if we tell you that you can have this for FREE. Yup, IT’S FREE.


During our 2018 visit, the campers area is only open until 10 PM. But today, it is 24 HOURS OPEN! Here, you can literally chill on their beanbags, play board games, read books, cuddle with their colorful bears, and enjoy the view.


Kubo Glamping (3,500 php; good for 2 pax)

This is one of their newest room. For me, it’s the upgraded version of glamping. Why? Because it almost look like a normal hotel… but with a view.

valleypoint campsite
Imagine waking up with this view…

Aside from the usual mattress, pillows, and blankets, it also has a TV which you can watch movies because they will give you a flash drive that have lots of it.

Of course, disregard the aircon since you are in Benguet but they have a fan in case.

Tent Glamping (starts at 850 php to 1,350 php per head)

valleypoint campsite

This is where we stayed last 2018. Unlike the Kubo Glamping, you’ll experience here a normal camping in tent. But the twist is you’ll get a wonderful view plus you’ll also enjoy the weather.

Check our photos here:

Both Kubo and Tent glamping have storage boxes to put your shoes and other things to avoid these in getting wet.

valleypoint campsite

In case you don’t want these kind of rooms, they have normal rooms which is good for sharing.


Who wants to eat with a view? Yes?! They offer Filipino food and also they offer buffet every weekend. So don’t miss it! Note that all checked-in guests have complimentary breakfast.



When we went here last 2018, this is the only activity they offer. But now, you can do the regular airsoft or with a twist, the AIRSOFT MAZE.


I came back here for this! I was actually excited when I saw on their Facebook page that they now has Archery. We enjoyed this one. Ian did hit the target. WOW!


This is also one of their newest attraction here in Valleypoint Campsite. Loved the concept and the idea.


Of course, don’t miss the breathtaking view. Every second is gold. The view may disappear in just one snap. Look how it changes from time to time.


Ever since, I loved this area. Full of flowers and leaves plus the view. Aaah life! You can also chill in one of their kubo.


Yes, they have an area for bonfire. Perfect while sipping your brewed coffee.

valleypoint campsite


Nope, we didn’t jog. But in case you are into it, you can do it in Valleypoint Campsite. The pathway outside is perfect for jogging.


  • Kubo Glamping – 3,500 php; good for 2 pax
  • Tent GlampingSolo: 1,350 php; 2 pax: 1,250 php/head; 3 pax: 1,000 php/head; 4 pax: 850 php/head
  • Room Premium Package – 950 php per head
  • Daytour Package – 500 php
  • Backpackers Package: – 750 php per head

NOTE: Each package is entitled only to one activity. You can choose but you can also avail both but of course with a fee of 125 php/activity.


Green Valley near Santo Tomas checkpoint Tuba, Benguet

Contact Numbers:

Mobile: 09976139936


How to go there?


Ride a Bus going to Baguio. Drop off at Green Valley. Ride a jeepney going to Sto. Tomas (checkpoint). Jeepney fare is 9 php. From there, you can walk to Valleypoint Campsite.



From Baguio City, take any jeep from Bayanihan (Green Valley, Dontogan, Sto. Tomas). Jeepney fare is 15 php. Tell the driver to drop you off at the Sto. Tomas (checkpoint). Then, you can walk to Valleypoint Campsite.


From Baguio City, you can ride a taxi going to Valleypoint Campsite. Estimated fare is 200 php.

Social Media Accounts:

Facebook: Valleypoint Campsite

Instagram: @valleypointcampsite