First Philippine Travel Calendar 2015: On a Visual Journey


Traveling has become so easy nowadays that an excellent photo can immediately make you excited and say, “I would love to go there someday!”

Eastgate Publishing has proudly released “A Visual Journey,” the first Philippine travel calendar for 2015. It contains stunning photographs of the country’s locations and allows you experience what it’s like to be in that scene—whether or not you’ve been there yourself.

In the calendar, you will see snapshots of the historic cobblestone alleys in Vigan, the magnificent rice terraces in Batad, the white sand beaches of Boracay, and a friendly whale shark encounter in Oslob. You will also see the Callao Cave, a limestone chamber in Peñablanca, Cagayan which houses a cathedral with natural, dramatic lighting. In a dive spot in Moalboal, Cebu, you can marvel at the behavior of a school of sardines when faced with curious creatures like turtles.

These images highlight the work of top travel photographers such as Rommel Bundalian (Fujifilm X Series brand ambassador), Francisco Guerrero (“What I See” TV host and GRID executive editor), and Christian Sangoyo (Lakad Pilipinas blogger and photographer), and more.

In a market long-dominated by foreign publishers like National Geographic and Lonely Planet, this Philippine travel calendar is the first of its kind. It has a practical size of 12 by 12 inches—not too big and not too small—ideal for hanging in an office or a home, or for giving as gifts to relatives and friends.

The calendar retails for a very competitive and affordable price of Php 500.00. A similar size calendar (12” x 12”) of reproductions of known paintings from the likes of Van Gogh sells at Php 650.00, making this first Philippine calendar 20% lower, and with original travel images. It is now available in Fully Booked, National Bookstore and Powerbooks.
Explore the Philippines with this one-of-a-kind travel calendar for 2015!

Eastgate Publishing is the official publisher of PAL’s in-flight magazine, Mabuhay. They also published the bestselling title, Best of the Best of the Philippines, a coffee table guidebook that compiles the country’s award-winning destinations. Published with the support of the Department of Tourism, Best of the Best of the Philippines has received favorable reviews and retail sales.

“A Visual Journey” is now available at leading bookstores and outlets. For more information, please contact Janina de Leon at or visit


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