#TheTravelingBoots: Magdalena

September 25, 2015


Traveling and working out has always been two of my favorite and staple ways of de-stressing. I really love to travel and I’m glad that I have my family and friends who are always game for different kinds of adventures. Few months back, my gym friends asked me if I wanted to try white water rafting. I was kinda hesitant at first but I gave in after a few minutes. I’m not the kind of traveler that seeks adventure with nature, I really like strolling around the city and going to different outlets. So expect this post to be really different from what you see on my social media accounts.


For this post, I’ll be sharing you some of our throwback photos in Magdalena. Magdalena is formerly known as Majayjay, a fourth class municipality in Laguna. It was my first time to join a travel group like Barefoot Travels and I find it really fun. Since I’m with my gym buddies it actually felt more of a field trip for us and a workout activity as well since a lot of rowing happened. I guess I should stop from here and let the photos do the talking. Travel-Magdalena5Travel-Magdalena1

Travel-Magdalena3 Travel-Magdalena10The tour costs Php 1,950 inclusive of transportation, white water rafting, orientation and gears plus a freebie from Barefoot Travels. It was my first time to do this kind of activity except the cliff diving part. To be honest with you, the current wasn’t that intense since the weather isn’t so bad that day. After almost 2 hours of rowing and white water rafting we had 2 cliff diving activities and tube riding as well. After the river activities, we headed to Taytay falls for another nature appreciation activity and swimming too.




All in all, it was a great experience and I want to do it again. Do you know any place here in the Philippines that I can visit? Let me know so I can feature them here too. I can’t wait to do another kind of adventure like this. Hope you enjoyed this post! Let me know if you have questions, you can tweet me @itskellymedina or leave a comment below.

(Photo and Video Credits: Dane Monasterial and Barefoot Travels)

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