We are pleased to invite you to NACCI’s WET ADVENTURES ESCAPADES

This way we can pursue & sustain our environment & humanitarian projects. We support Eco-tourism to give jobs in the rural area that will prevent them from logging, mining, dynamite, fishing, hunting, etc. Plus we conduct Fun Games and group dynamics on Environment Awareness on all the scheduled trips.




Sept 10-25

Sept 25-Oct10

Oct 15

Baguio Eco Tour on Oct 19 – 22

P 2,000

P 2,500


Adopt a Turtle on Oct 27-28

P 2,250

P 2,250


Sagada w/Bontoc on Nov 2-4

P 3,950

P 4,250

P 4,550





Sagada w/Bontoc on Nov 30 to Dec 2

P 3,950

P 4,250

P 4,550

Mt. Pulag Fun Climb Nov 30 to Dec 2

P 3,500

P 3,750

P 4,000

Vigan/Pagudpud Dec 26-28

P 5,500

P 6,000

P 7,000

Banawe/Batad  Dec 28 to 30

P 2,950

P 3,450

P 3,950


Reservation for Boracay for the Holiday is now open.

Batanes 2008 season will start February 2008 and ends May 15, 2008

Advance reservation is also now open


For Inclusion inquiry

Please email back with your whole name, company name or organization, landline between (8am to 5pm). We will call you for detailed inquiry, then email the soft copy of itinerary.


AVAILABLE All Weekends

Wet & Wild WHITE WATER Rafting  Ulalim Run (for beginners and repeaters) P 4,000/pax 

Tinglayan Run P 7,000/pax / Combination P 8500/pax  (For experience Rafters Only)

Inclusive of all meals, transfers, accommodation, souvenir CD, games, seedlings, rafting gears & leaders & more                   

Group PROMO of 12pax with special discount. Departs Manila Friday 7pm, Arrives Manila Monday 6am

Bus fare of P1200++ is not included, first come first served, Full payment must be made 3days before the trip.

Community Voluntary Outreach: Please bring school books and educational toy to donate in the local school



  • Payment of Reservation at Pasay Home Office Mon to Fri 9am to 3pm (Tel#8445187)
    2725 Cabrera St., Pasay City

OR at BANCO DE ORO Account # 1540040869 Account Name: I-NAV TRAVEL & TOURS (Banking hours up to 6pm Saturday)

  • Fax the deposit slip to 8445187 or Scan and Email to inavtravel (at) yahoo (d0t) com
  • Unused reservation fee, services, rooms, tickets, meals are non-refundable and non-rebookable  and non-transferrable
  • Rate is subject to change with out prior notice (except when already paid)
  • Once booking is confirmed, change of date & hotel is NOT allowed.
  • Any cancellation, postponement & no show is non-refundable.

Should you be interested, please contact Melynn at 844-5187/09178236690.


Here are the 2007 Nature Awareness Eco-Tour Schedule organized by NATURE AWARENESS & CONSERVATION CLUB, Inc. (NACCI) . NACCI is an organization which supports Eco-tourism. There aim is to give jobs to the local in the rural areas to prevent them from logging, mining, dynamite fishing, hunting, etc. They also conduct Fun Games and Group Dynamics on Environment Awareness on all the scheduled trips. This way, they sustain programs and humanitarian projects.

Feb 10-11 Mt. PULAG Fun Climb (Php3,888/person inclusive of all camp meal, tent accomodation, Trek guide & MORE)

Fun climb Luzon’s highest mountain ala Sound of Music & enjoy theglorious sunset and sunrise on top of the sea clouds with the friendly trek guides

Feb 17 TAAL Lake Cruise and Island Tour (P988/person)

Known to be the world’s smallest active volcano, Taal can be the best seen at the island itself, hike up to the volcano’s rim and witness another magnificent lake inside the volcano. Tagaytay ridge is surrounded by lush greenery hills and blessed with cool, breezy weather.

Feb 24-25 BATAAN Bird Conservation & SUBIC Adopt a Turtle

Release turtle hatchlings in Bataan Beach, Canopy Walk & Zipline Adventure, Beach Bumming & Parasailing, Jetski, Safari Tour

March Fri to Sun Session Road in Bloom P2,888/person 3days/2nights (min of 4 persons reservation, shared couch)

Mar 10-11 Puerto Gallera Beachy Escapades (Php2,888/person inclusive of breakfast, aircon room, boat ride, buffet dinner & MORE)

Swimming, snorkeling, Island Hopping Coral Garden & Bayanan, cliff

jumping, bar hopping, bumming, reflecting about life and nature


HOLY WEEK 2007 (Open for Booking Now, First Come First Serve, Book and Buy)

BATANES March 31 to April 3 (4d/3n) P 5,888/person No Airplane yet

Apr 1 to Apr 3 (5d/3n) P 6,588/person No plane yet

Coron Busuanga Palawan (P8,888);

Mar 31 to April 2

April 6 to 9

SAGADA w/ Banawe & Bontoc April 5 to 8 P4,888/person
IFUGAO (Banawe & Batad) Tagtag Festival April 6 to 9
VISITA IGLESIA P888/person (Minimum 3 persons)
Laguna / Batangas April 3Tuesday
Batangas / Cavite April 4 Wednesday
Bulacan April 5 Thursday

Inclusions to Visita Iglesia: Roundtrip Aircon bus, 1 local snack, 1 bottled water, tourguide

Should you be interested, please contact Melynn at 8437714/09178236690.


Organizers of Panagbenga 2007 in Baguio City has just released its tentative schedule of activities. Calendar of activities can be checked out at Final sked still needs to be ironed out. My husband, Jonjon, our daughter CJ, and I will probably be there in Baguio for the National Scale-Modeling Contest at the Baguio Country Club on the last week of the festival. Jonjon is actually one of the members of the International Plastic Modelers’ Society of the Philippines (IPMS). But I guess we have to be there earlier so as not to miss the Parade of Floats. 🙂

For those planning to go to Baguio, check out the Baguio Panagbenga Package.

Tentative Panagbenga 2007 programs out

PANAGBENGA 2007 will be launched on February 1 with a drum and lyre and street dancing parade along the main thoroughfares, together with other traditional activities and fresh ideas for the flower festival.

Local and foreign tourists are expected to flock to the city for the month-long festivities, all the more since the traffic number coding scheme for private vehicles has been suspended for the period and beyond.

Main activities include the market encounter tentatively set from February 3 to March 4, with landscaping exhibits, carpet of flowers, floral and related products, food outlets, cultural programs, fashion shows, musical presentations, flower related demonstrations, and lectures.

The proposed permanent Panagbenga Park is also slated for launching on February 23 at Upper Session Road. The park is for consistent winners for the past years in the flower festival landscape contests, to be permanently maintained as part of the city’s parks.

The most-awaited grand festival parade and street dancing as participated in by the different schools, local organizations, and visiting contingents from all over the country will be featured on February 24. A fireworks display will also be featured in the evening.

Following the grand parade is the float and marching band competitions on February 25.

“Session Road in Bloom,” another traditional event, is scheduled on February 26 to March 4, as Session Road will be closed to traffic to accommodate flower and flower product stalls. Sidewalk cafes and food outlets will be set up along the city’s main thoroughfare. Entertainers will also perform in selected areas of the road.

The closing ceremony is tentatively set on March 4 where ground demonstrations, exhibitions and awarding of winning entries will be done. A fireworks display will also be featured to cap the event.

Other activities tentatively booked for the 12th edition of the crowd-drawing event are musical drama variety show and amateur singing contest at the Baguio Convention Center (BCC), benefit concert for Gawad Kalinga Community Development Foundation, Baguio Athletic Bowl, floral fashion show at the skating rink at the Burnham Park, weddings made in heaven, Santacruzan at the Burnham Park, floral boat competition at the lake, search for Ms. And Mr. Fashionista 2007, and Campus Radio battle of the band.

Other flower-related activities are being planned by the managements of Camp John Hay (CJH), Baguio Country Club, Shoemart Baguio, and the Baguio Muslim Community for various activities in their respective venues.

A variety of food, decorations, and cultural presentations are also expected to abound during the period because local and foreign representatives will showcase their own products.

Major TV stations in the city have planned musical contests and concerts. The barangays have also organized their activities. Other activities would also be scheduled by interested entities.