This Travel Team Is Giving Us Free Virtual Tours To The Best of The Philippines
Karen Jane Ng
At this point in time when a virus is posing a threat to our lives, making it not safe to travel just yet, we're starting to appreciate more the works of photographers and vloggers - all of which to a certain extent distract us from our growing itch to enjoy a vacation, explore, and satisfy our wanderlust. Count on the breathtaking visuals captured by the members of outdoor travel company, Malaya Travels, as the best example.
Founded with a goal to spur up our desire to go out and escape life even for a while, Malaya Travels' masterpieces truly have the power to transport us to places through our computer screens. And these tours are for free! Live that travel dream of yours through their virtual content below:
We heard that the province will serve you the laidback, refreshing vibe far from what we get from the city. And even just from this video featuring the Batanes' nature and iconic lighthouse destination, we can tell all that they've said were true.
2. Burias Islands
Is island hopping your thing? Bring yourself to this group of islands in Masbate through Malaya Travel's video howcasing a close up and aerial view of the place's azure water and white sand beaches. It'll leave you breathless just as it will in person.
3. Mt. Daraitan and Tinipak River
Adventure is on in this tour to Tanay, Rizal's famous spot. Watch it, and you'll feel like you're actually trekking, exploring caves, passing through the spectacular marble rocks, (sweating,) and in the end feeling fulfilled.
4. Mt. Ulap
Malaya Travels is known for organizing hike to the beautiful mountains of the cordilleras and the good thing about this initiative is that they never miss documenting the moment, hence, giving us a free (and less wearing) chance to reach the worthy peak with them.
5. Boracay de Cavite
They also offer the joy of discovering hidden gems such as the Katungkulan Beach in Cavite or dubbed as the Boracay de Cavite. The place is perfect for family bonding, relaxation and more importantly building sandcastles. It's also the quickest getaway from Manila but with this virtual tour, who needs a ride?
As we're all expected to stay at home and leave the house only for important matters, we've got to extend our thanks to Malaya Travels for having a strong passion for travelling and letting us share with them even from the comforts of our homes. Looking forward to our next travel!