I believe we all have this sick and crazy state inside us that has been wanting to go out and emerge into the surface – it’s just waiting for the perfect timing. This summer, this crazy and sick part of us, came out and we’ve done things which we never thought are possible. Here are the top ten crazy but fun things to do on summer.
- Cliffjumping | Barracuda Lake, Coron, Palawan
Extreme you say? Try jumping or diving from a cliff to a shivering cold lake water believed to be the home of the famous carnivore, the barracuda. That’d be so much of thrill and adventure!
- Sandboarding | Sand dunes, Paoay, Ilocos Norte
If you find skateboarding boring, then let’s take it to the next level! Ride the sandboard (can be sitting or standing position) from a hilltop and rest assured you’ll feel like leaving half of yourself as you go down.
- 4×4 Sand Dune Ride | Sand dunes, Paoay, Ilocos Norte
Take your road trip to the next level. Try the extreme four-by-four ride. Scream as loud as you can as you go down from a hilltop.
- Trekking | Mount Tapyas, Coron, Palawan
Burn calories and marvel the wonders of nature at the same time. Go out for a trek and see what’s on top that awaits for you. Mind you, it’s worth it!
- Rock climbing | Taraw Cliff, El Nido, Palawan
Now, if you find trekking as a bore, take it to a higher level! Lift yourself, support yourself and save yourself from the sharp edges of the rock formations in Taraw Cliff!
- Island Hopping | Coron Islands, Palawan
The Philippine archipelago is composed of more than seven thousand islands. What are you waiting then? Conquer them all and see beauty in another perspective.
- Scuba Diving | Barracuda Lake, Coron, Palawan
What’s more admirable than a proposal and a prenuptials happening underwater? Yes, you’ve read it right. We spotted some awesome couples having their prenuptials underwater!
- River Cruise | Subterranean Underground River, Puerto Prinsesa, Palawan
Prepare to be amazed with the New Seven Wonder of the World has to offer. Prepare as well to meet and greet the Philippine long-tailed monkeys, monitor lizards and tons and tons of batssss.
- Animal Petting | Baluarte, Ilocos Sur
Want to go to a zoo without spending even a single cent? Go to Baluarte then. No entrance fees needed. All you need to have is an ounce of courage to touch Chavit Singson’s great collections of living and preserved wild animals.
- Exotic Food | Palawan archipelago and Ilocos Region
Got tire of balut? Try then Palawan’s famous tamilok (woodworm), Ilocos’ dinamita and fried chick! Yum!
Hey, it’s never too late. You can still have time. Make the most of it. Try and explore your own adventure. Aja!