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The Name eGetinnz

What is in a name? Founded and established in 2016, eGetinnz is the newest travel accommodation booking website that is here to help you get closer to the world. e/Get/inn(z) to break it down, e stands for the business and transactions being conducted through the internet (e-commerce). The second breakdown of the brand is merely the certainty of securing and acquiring, with eGetinnz, unavailability is mediocrity, the guest should get what they have came for. Lastly, innz are our pool of properties stored safely in the cloud for our guests to choose from.

Hence, eGetinnz is your choice of accommodation when you travel, providing you smart choice when looking for home away from  yours.

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Accommodation For Everyone

eGetinnz can assist everyone, folks from different walk if life. Individual look for a place to conduct business, family wanting to bond and make memories, or even backpacker bloggers in need for a place to stay at for pleasure, seeking for new experiences. With eGetinnz, qualifying hosts and prioritizing a personal commitment to ensure that the properties listed on the website and social media platforms are legit, that there would be real people welcoming the guests that trusted eGetinnz.

Difference from Other Websites

What sets eGetinnz apart form other established booking websites is its credibility, it is not only real people, real properties with eGetinnz but also real people, real solutions. Knowledge that we can offer for guests that need guidance and advice. Unlike other certain websites with hostile customer service, there are genuine people that will take care of you behind the eGetinnz brand in addition to that there are absolutely no hidden charges with eGetinnz. What is shown in the website on the property of liking, that is purely it. No extra pop-up add ons, that leave travelers and tourists alike confused and bewildered in other websites.


Decide and reside in a very reasonable price. eGetinnz offers a wide variety of properties that guests can choose from. You can always check for the availability of accommodation here in our website at, live while you can, travel now, and book with us.

Baler’s Sunrise Beach

Surf more than just than the internet &ride the waves in Baler. With the currents straight from the largest ocean in the globe, Sabang Beach in Aurora has been dubbed as the surfing capital of the Philippines. Many never thought that the hobby and passion for surfing would be possible in a tropical country such as the Philippines although there are other beach spots that could offer strong waves to ride like in Pagudpud in Ilocos but nothing can come close to Baler’s Sabang Beach and with eGetinnz you are already one click closer to Baler, visit our website now.

Why should you go?

It is a natural surfer’s turf. The beach stretches two kilometers long and is enough to make the slope even, the currents mildly strong depending on the weather, the sand (though it is not white) refined, and the high tide lasts longer than other beaches in the country. In addition to that, the waters are flexible in terms of difficulty from professionals, amateurs, and beginners. Bathala really did create Sabang Beach for water loving-adrenaline junkie-adventure seeker wanderers.

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Tomorrow begins in the east. Sabang Beach is also called the Sunrise Beach, where Apollo and Poseidon harmonize beautifully. Who would not want to wake up to such beautiful view? Some views are worth getting up in the morning for and some even pushes people to epiphany. Watch tomorrow literally begin in Baler.


Although Baler is the epitome of surfing in the Philippines, there is more to the place. It is filled with history as well; Baler is the birthplace of the country’s second president but legitimately first appointed by the United States of America after the colonization era. Baler Museum has everything to know about Manuel Quezon. The museum also has General Douglas McArthur’s ride back when he used to hang around the northern provinces with his loyal troops.

Trek and hike to the Mother Falls. The magnificent fifty-meter high water falls lures people by its booming sound of cold-fresh water rushing down. Locally known as Ditumabo Falls, it can be accessed via 45-minute or four-kilometer trek. Mother Falls is located in the town of San Luis, Baler and you can always check nearby places where you can stay at–aurora–philippines/ChIJkzvWeuWmkDMRdblJ7-5YzP0?&guests=1.


Nature’s history. If San Francisco has the oldest red oaks, Baler has the oldest Balete Tree. The centuries-old tree lives up to its name, tourists gather to marvel at its sight. There are myths about the tree, not this certain tree but with Balete trees, it is said to have creatures living by its trunk and branches however the Baler Balete tree is so huge, honestly looks like a portal to the mythical world itself. If you dare to believe in such stories.


Listen to the calling of the Baler, Decide and Reside now at


Summer Solstice or Midsummer Celebrations Around the World

The Summer Solstice or midsummer as it’s also known happens twice a year. Once in the northern hemisphere and once in the southern hemisphere when the sun reaches its highest position in the sky. This occurs when a planet’s rotational axis is most inclined toward the star that it orbits.

The summer solstice occurs between June 20 and June 22 in the northern hemisphere and between December 20 and December 23 in the southern hemisphere. This year the summer solstice in the northern hemisphere will occur on June 21 and on December 22 in the southern hemisphere.

Midsummer celebrations around the world

Stonehenge Wiltshire, England
The summer solstice in Stonehenge is perhaps the biggest and most famous celebration of midsummer, where around 12,000 people gather to watch the sun rise above the Heel Stone.

Photo credit: Verino77- Flickr
Photo credit: Verino77- Flickr


In Austria, summer solstice is celebrated each year with a 90-minute procession of up to 30 ships down the Danube River as fireworks are shot from the banks and hill tops while bonfires and the vineyards are lit up.

Photo credit: Cha già José- Flickr
Photo credit: Cha già José- Flickr


To celebrate midsummer, many workplaces and shops in Finland close their doors at noon. Many Finns leave the cities and spend time in the countryside. Many music festivals are also organized as a celebration of midsummer.

Photo credit: Visit Lakeland- Flickr
Photo credit: Visit Lakeland- Flickr


Ireland has ‘Midsummer Carnivals’ with fairs, concerts and fireworks either on or on the weekend nearest to Midsummer. This tradition associated with St. John’s Night is also celebrated by lighting up bonfires on hilltops.

Photo credit: Bluebells 2008- Flickr
Photo credit: Bluebells 2008- Flickr


Iran has the Tiregān and Gilaki Bal Nowrooz festivals which are related to midsummer. Lighting the fire, thanking God for the blessings and crops, and praying for the peace of the souls of the dead are part of the ancient Iranian tradition.

Photo credit: Kuster & Wildhaber Photography- Flickr
Photo credit: Kuster & Wildhaber Photography- Flickr


In Russia, they have Ivan Kupala Day to celebrate midsummer. The holiday is associated with water and fertility. Some old folk traditions are practiced on this day – young girls float flower garlands on rivers and attempt to tell their fortunes from the movement or boys and girls jump over bonfires to test the strength of their relationship — if they don’t hold hands for the entire jump, the couple is predicted to separate.



Midsummer in Sweden is celebrated for two days. This most important holiday on the Swedish calendar is celebrated with the traditional, flower-festooned maypole.

Photo credit: Fredrik Rubensson- Flickr
Photo credit: Fredrik Rubensson- Flickr

United States

In US, events such as local festivals featuring art or music; environmental awareness activities that focus on using natural sunlight as a source of energy; and family gatherings are held in observance of the summer solstice.

Photo credit: Damian Gadal- Flickr
Photo credit: Damian Gadal- Flickr