Philippines Travel Videos

Philippines travel videos

A list of travel videos from X|Marks or Tara Lets Anywhere, set across the Philippines. All taken and edited by Hali Navarro. We’ll keep updating this page so¬†come back once in a while. ūüôā

Jomalig island in Quezon Province

Where it all started. An outreach to the then-unknown island of Jomalig, where Hali and I met each other as volunteers.

Kalinga

Hali’s trip to Kalinga to get a tribal tattoo by the country’s oldest mambabatok, Apo Whang-od.

Sorsogon

An outreach event in Sorsogon. A very, very underrated province with wonderful spots — a floating island with an old lighthouse, marine sanctuary, wonderful beaches.

Zambales

Hali’s solo skydiving in Zambales. Watch for an adrenaline-pumping two¬†and a half minutes!

Siargao

An outreach activity to¬†a¬†community in Siargao. Fall in love¬†with Magpupungko Pool and del Carmen’s secret lagoons.

Antique, Iloilo and Guimaras

A rainy 5-day backpacking trip to Antique, Iloilo and Guimaras. One of my favorite feel-good videos.

Sagada and Maligcong – Mountain Province

A year-ender trip to Sagada and Maligcong. Meet Kunig, the local dog who serves as a guide to Mount Kofafey.

Balabac islands in Palawan

Venturing to the south of Palawan, when no one else dared. Virgin beaches and a fairy tale-esque lighthouse. See our Balabac itinerary and island hopping guide here.

Sorsogon, Samar and Leyte

A road trip from Manila all the way to Kalanggaman Island in Leyte. This road trip takes almost a week.

Calayan Island in Cagayan Province

First anniversary trip to¬†Calayan Island, a part of Babuyan group of islands. The road less traveled by.¬†Discover my favorite place in the¬†country — Nagudungan Hills with its bent pine trees and flock of goats.

Panay Island – Boracay, Carabao Island, Malalison and Seco islands

A four-day trip that was a little bit unplanned. This may be the start of our slow traveling. We were surprised that Boracay actually seemed like a good beach haven, and the lesser-popular Carabao Island is also a place not to be overlooked.