Travel around the Philippines in 80 Days? For FREE?!

Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte

Would you do it? Travel around the Philippines in 80 days for free? I say why not!

You might have ticked a weekend in Palawan or Batanes off your bucket list, but I believe the yearning to travel doesn’t end there. More often than not, accomplishing an item on your list just fosters a motivation to plan your next.

If you could just return to the road (maybe for a longer time), be really far from your work desk... Picture this, you atop a lush hill, overviewing majestic mountains and blue waters (like in the photo above), feeling the wind breeze through your hair—must be rejuvenating!

But in truth, travelling is not that easy. To explore a number of destinations requires sacrifice and sometimes would even result to breaking the bank.

But hey, TravelBook.ph understands and is actually up to satisfy your inner wanderlust. And it is not only for a weekend, but a total of 80 day adventure!

JUANDERLUST!!!

For about 3 months you can travel around the Philippines, discover its wonders and indulge into the Filipino culture FOR FREE. Can you now think of a sweeter and more practical way to travel?

Photo credit to travelbook ph

HOW CAN YOU BE THE CHOSEN ‘JUAN’ for the JUANDERLUST?


Many thanks to TravelBook.ph and GetGo ph, everyone can register and go on an 80-Day journey from Luzon to Mindanao. Here are the three steps to register:

  1. Fill out the application form here with your personal information;
  2. Write an essay (in 300 words or less) why you should be chosen;
  3. Shoot a 60 second video to impress the judges even more.

You have to be creative enough and convince the jury you have what it takes to be the "chosen Juan" for the Juanderlust and showcase Filipino culture to the rest of the world.  

So don’t forget to sign-up here. And read more about TravelBook.ph here. You really don’t want to miss this once in a lifetime opportunity!
About the Author

Erica Poyauan manages a few web pages including The Girl with the Muji Hat. Coffee, rain & a Sonata for Piano and Violin are three things that let her conquer sporadic blog apathy. Aside from being a supermom, Erica is a beginner boxing student, a bathroom singer and a tree advocate.

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