Hey there!Welcome to my kingdom (muahahahaha) and that’s me in the photo from that time I went to Playa La Caleta in Morong, Bataan.
My name is Johanes, a writer, and a cat (and dog) lover. When I was in college, I once thought of starting my own travel blog to publish my weird and wacky adventures and misadventures. Fast forward to a year after graduating college, I finally decided to just go ahead and create Wanderera.
This started a series of posts and travels. Now here I am, a digital nomad with a list of ‘go to places’. I started Wanderera to provide you with fresh travel and camping ideas. You can contact me at: email@example.com
Wanderera is a word I thought of having the same meaning as “Lakwatsera” (Wanderer). I added the letter ‘a’ at the end to tagalize it and give it a bit of a feminine oomph.
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Camping at the beach is truly an amazing experience. Gazing at the sunset and sunrise by the beach is one of the most relaxing things in life and if you're up for it, you could make the beach your backyard just by pitching your tent. It doesn't cost a fortune and it's...read more
Campsites in Laguna? We've got you covered. Laguna is a province southeast of Manila and the birthplace of Jose Rizal. It is also home to abundant camping sites that offer an amazing experience for campers who want to experience the full package. Campsites in Laguna...read more
Among the cheap resorts, Laiya Batangas is One Laiya Beach Resort, formerly known as Tayabas Bay Beach Resort. This is located near the huge building of hotel Estrellas de Mendoza. How we ended up in Laiya for a quick escapade was a funny story. It all started when my...read more
Mount Costa is the outdoor living room everybody dreams to have. With its collection of 24 gardens inspired by the world's best gardens, Mount Costa is one of the newest attractions near the city of Baguio. It has wide open spaces where families and groups of friends...read more
Tucked in the province Batangas, the La Virginia Resort offers a stunning view of the Taal Lake and an amazing swimming experience. From castles to superheroes, the place will leave you breathless from wandering around the place. So before you panic and say that your...read more
From textbooks to storybooks, I read about the Philippines' Hundred Islands. As a kid, I couldn't imagine how and what dozens of islands would look like. I only heard how beautiful the marine life is and how many islands there are that you won't be able to see all in...read more
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Well known for being a hiking spot in Batangas, Mt Maculot is one of the best places to view Taal Lake. Just 2 hours away from Manila, the mountain can be the perfect weekend getaway when you just want to explore, go on an adventure, connect with Mother Nature or...read more
Famous for being an ideal place for beach camping, Manuel Uy Beach Resort offers an excellent place for those who want to rough it out. Located in the humble town of Calatagan, Batangas, Manuel Uy is a small paradise for the weekend. Manuel Uy Beach Resort Upon...read more
If there was a word to describe the view on top of Mt Kalugong, it would be ‘stunning'. Above the Valley, you'll be able to see the wide strawberry farms, thousands of pine trees, a sneak peek of Baguio, and the humble town of La Trinidad, Benguet. ‘Kalugong' is a...read more
Just a few hours away from Manila, Quezon province is mostly visited for its stunning white sandy beaches and beautiful tourist spots. If you love to go beach hopping, like me, you will love our list of ‘where to beach camp in Quezon?’ If you are a budget traveler,...read more
Cagbalete Island has recently become a popular summer destination. With its beautiful beachfront campsites to dreamy sights, it's no wonder a lot of people has this island in their must-visit list. Just a few hours away from Manila, Cagbalete Island is a hidden...read more
Ever since I saw a drone video of the Kalanggaman island, I've been wanting to go there. So when Cebu Pacific had a Piso Fare Sale, I booked a flight to Cebu and see Kalanggaman. By the time we were going to Kalanggaman, I was ecstatic. Needless to say, I wasn't...read more
Imagine swimming in fresh flowing spring water surrounded by lush green trees. This is what Bato Springs Resort has to offer. Tucked in the city of San Pablo, Laguna, it is frequently visited by weekend warriors in search of a relaxing environment. For our friend's...read more
When I think of hiking, Mt Pulag is the first thing that comes to mind. Mt Pulag is widely known for being the third highest mountain the Philippines and the highest in Luzon. It is famous for having a view of a sea of clouds. Having it on my bucket list, my friends...read more
If I didn't have work on a Monday, I would've stayed for a week in Masasa Beach. With the crystal clear water, impressive rock formations, almost white sand, and great snorkeling sites, a period of two days is just not enough to explore all of what the Masasa beach...read more