The Philippine is known for having pristine beaches, marvelous natural wonders, interesting historic sites, and once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Simply put the Philippines packs many exciting things to see and do into one place.
Laguna has a lot to share about history. Historic landmarks and museums are never lacking — Rizal Shrine in Calamba, Pila Museum in Pila, Monterola Museum in Nagcarlan, Museum of Natural History and IRRI Rice World Museum in Los Baños, Bahay Laguna in Magdalena, and AERA Museum in San Pablo.
Anilao is brimming with marine life, which makes it a famous diving destination. But aside from diving, visitors can do snorkeling, island hopping, and hiking (Mt Gulugod-Baboy). A number of beach and dive resorts have been established in the area, attracting local and foreign tourists alike. In no particular order,
San Juan (Batangas) is a delightful place for adventure-seekers who wish to climb Mt Daguldol, explore the Mangrove Forest, and/or trek to Naambon Falls. All these (and more) contribute to the tourism industry of San Juan, but the most popular is Laiya, famous for its stretch of white sand.
Made accessible via Batangas Port, Puerto Galera in Oriental Mindoro has long been attracting local and foreign tourists alike. From Manila, it would take only 3 to 4 hours to reach this popular beach and diving destination.
Situated in Central Luzon, Zambales is considered as an agricultural province with rice, corn, root crops, and vegetables as the main products. Zambales is also one of the favorite summer getaway destinations near Manila. Many local and foreign visitors choose to get their vitamin sea from its beaches.
For people who enjoy riding the waves, La Union is a paradise. Hailed as the Surfing Capital of the North, “Elyu”, as regular patrons fondly call it, offers a laid back and chill vibe summer getaway. Sun chasers, whether surfers or plain beach lovers, will not find it hard to
Palawan has been hailed by Conde Nast Magazine as the #1 island in the world. With its beautiful, long white-sand beaches, coral reefs, limestone cliffs, and pristine blue waters, El Nido is definitely one of the reasons why Palawan became famous worldwide.
At present, Bantayan Island is getting recognized as a bucket list-worthy destination for peaceful, quiet retreats. Aside from its fine white sand beaches and blue green waters, Bantayan Island’s charm comes from the simplicity of the place and warmth of its people. It is what Boracay was like before the
Camotes Islands offer wide selection of beaches, dive sites, and other natural attractions. Sometimes coined as the “Lost Horizon of the south”, Camotes’ tourism is on the rise attracting quite a number of visitors and expats.