This is our bread and butter—whether it’s swimming with freedivers, learning to survive in the jungle, or kicking it at the rodeo, you’ll often find us off the beaten path.
A photographer returns home to Sulu after 13 years and rediscovers the heritage of his people through food.
Blackwater diving offers a glimpse of the world beneath the surface.
To commemorate Women's Month, a list of our favorite GRID heroines, and the powerful women who wrote them.
This is our 2020 reading list, featuring the people and places we can’t wait to see again, after a year indoors.
Just a couple hours away from Metro Manila, the dive hotspot of Anilao is ready to welcome visitors.
While on the road to Anilao, we take a detour through Tagaytay and Taal for GRID’s first trip out after the pandemic. But do we still remember how to travel?
As the tourism industry restarts, it's impossible not to turn to El Nido. What does the future of travel look like for the world’s best island?
JP talks to us about the Cordillera Mountain Ultra, the importance of strengthening communities, and keeping it wild.
The beautiful shores of Boracay are, once again, open to travelers. But the locals say the road to recovery will need more than a tourism boost.
Tribute Freediver depicts the story of national freediving record-holder Martin Zapanta, and how conquering his fears propelled a passion for photographing the deep blue on a single breath.
On her first visit to the Philippines for global non-profit Oceana, the filmmaker and conservationist talked to us about being a child of the ocean.
From the supernatural to the extraordinarily bad, anything can happen on assignment.
The UP Mountaineers have become far larger, more influential, and more enduring than its founders could ever have foreseen.
In memory of the best tapsilog and coffee he’s ever had, Miguel Nacianceno convinces his friends to join him on a bike ride to remember.
Welcome to Coron Island, the ancestral domain of the Tagbanua, and where photographer Terence Angsioco made his escape from Metro Manila.
Up north in Baguio, Solana Perez knows how to embrace the wild, having grown up with horses all her life.
Filipino astronomers and astronomy enthusiasts are leading the way for space education in the Philippines. Away from the blinding lights of the city, they also find peace in the night sky.
Volvo has a reputation for making some of the world’s safest cars. An eventful trip to Batangas puts that rep to the most rigorous test possible.
In a small coastal town in Western Visayas, two people take on the gargantuan task of redefining what it means to build a sustainable business.
The freediving communities in Anilao, Cebu, and Panglao reveal the growing popularity of a sport that is as extreme as it is beautiful.
A walking tour of Manila reminds us of the true beauty of the country’s neglected capital.
Traveling is about more than just the places you visit, as cinematographer and director Ice Idanan has come to learn while working on the acclaimed road film Sakaling Hindi Makarating.
After setting foot at the highest peaks of the world—from the summit of Kilimanjaro to the pinnacle of Everest—there are no greater heights for mountaineer Carina Dayondon to conquer.
Who knew Guimaras was ripe to become the country’s next mountain-biking mecca?
The world of off-roading, camping, and the great outdoors from the backseat of a Toyota Hilux.
Some people have been waiting for a near-decade for the slow, sleepy town of San Vicente to catch up to the Palawan tourism boom. Mayi Picazo, and his Urals, aren’t waiting any longer.
Aboard the latest Lexus UX, Team GRID takes a trip down to the southernmost tip of Luzon and finds comfort and luxury in designs made one with nature.
Do it right, and your coffee can alleviate poverty, create strong relationships with immigrant communities, and safeguard the country from hunger.
The world is more water than it is land. There are men who answer the call of that 71 percent of the earth, getting to know the world’s oceans in the most pure, most extreme way possible.
Waves for Water Philippines is bucking old notions of the NGO and volunteer experience, one filter at a time.
Pearl farming is not a business for the faint of heart; this is a business for adventurers, for explorers, for those who understand that nature always wins.
You’ll find no flowers or saints here at the Masbate Rodeo; just a celebration of the rough, dusty, and honest life of the Filipino Cowboy.
Despite the immovable forces of commercial beer, the craft brewers are still here. GRID takes the Ford Everest on a trip up north to La Union, down to the bottom of a beer mug.