How to become travel agent or start a travel agency with almost zero capital in the Philippines?

Probably you have heard a friend or relative earning couple of thousand while they are traveling around the Philippines or working with there corporate job. They're able to profit 30K, 50K, or even 100K monthly being a tour guide or travel agent. Yes, they exist! And I know exactly who is this guy, you have heard about "Ai StarLegends Adventures Travel and Tours" on Facebook and seen-zone her post, I guess. 

She's not a scammer, I guarantee you she will do the job to book you for your International and Domestic flight. Yes, this guy become a travel agent and start her travel agency with almost zero capital. Simply she found clients who is willing to pay her service that much. Now, if you want to earn extra five figure cash monthly, then educate yourself with the basics, standards, and need to know of getting your first highly profitable online travel and tour agency.
What are the basics requirements to start travel agency in the Philippines?
For those young people a…

Anawangin Cove, Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales

It's woods is one of the best place to camped overnight and enjoyed the sunset while swimming at the beach. Anawangin Cove is surprisingly clean.

My. Pinatubo Crater, Porac Pampanga

Perfect for adventure seaker but not advisable for beginners. Going uphill is really hard. However, it rewards you with majestic and breathe taking scenery.

Muffin Peak and Chalet Peak Trekking and camping

The constant movement of city life begs an adventurer’s soul to seek refuge in the quiet. And what better way to temporarily escape it than to enjoy nature from its highest point? So, I picked up my travel bag and brace myself for an adventure of encountering nature in its roughest beauty.
Camping and trekking have been on my to-do list ever since I decided to quench my thirst for adventure. Nature has always fascinated me. There is so much to discover in the untamed woods and the raging seas and I don’t want to miss any of it. So, here I am trying to conquer my dreams in the hopes of unraveling more of nature’s mysteries.
Muffin Peak Trekking and camping
The first time I heard the place to where we’re headed, I found myself thinking, “Oh, that’s a cute name for a place. Must be some safe and nice destination to go.” How wrong could I have been?

Our journey kicked off in Tribu Hubo. I met other campers and trekkers there. We were complete strangers with one common destination in mind.…

Native Delicacies Tourist Attractions and Travel Destinations of Camiling, Tarlac

I was invited to attend a wedding ceremony of one my friend in Camiling, Tarlac this coming Sunday. And I was wondering about what delicacy Camiling, Tarlac can be offer for me. I was looking for a good "PASALUBONG" for relative in Metro Manila that makes them feel special once they received and a kind of peasant food that I never tasted before from other towns.

Based on my research from the internet and asking my friend who is from Camiling, born and grow in that town. He give me a list of delicious delicacy that is according to him is a specialty of Camiling. It is known for its native delicacies such as, Chicharon Camiling (also known as Bagnet) and rice cakes such as Tupig, Iniruban, and Tupig. While pakbet and inabraw are the staple food for Camilineous or a peasant food of Camiling Chicharon Camiling(Bagnet) Chicharon Camiling is also called as bagnet by nonlocals. Chicharon Camiling is a stewed pork belly in salt and deep fried till gets a golden brown color. Cut it i…