Quezon province is a popular summer and weekend destination because of its accessibility from Manila, and numerous attractions and things to do. It has many beaches worth a visit or overnight stay, waterfalls to chase, historical landmarks, a colorful festival, and delicious gastronomic offerings. There are many buses that travel
Baguio City has two names famously associated with it: “City of Pines”, and “Summer Capital of the Philippines.” This city in the mountains is a popular destination because of its cool weather and variety of attractions. It is also accessible by private and public transportation. The road improvements over the
Bukidnon isn’t your typical Philippine destination. It doesn’t have beaches, lagoons or stunning underwater ecosystems, but it is unique because its main draw is its rugged beauty of rolling hills, fetching landscapes and mountains. This province offers a ton of adventure for those who make the trip. There is no
Rizal is near Metro Manila, and its proximity has made it a popular weekend, day trip or vacation destination. The mountains surrounding it, the waterfalls and the rivers coursing through it, has given the province many natural wonders worth discovering. This destination is also easily accessible by public transportation from
Capiz is located on Panay Island and is a possible gateway to Boracay in the north. The province is often overlooked, but for those that make it their destination, they are rewarded with a chill ambiance and pristine natural attractions. Capiz was one of the first few settlements of the
Bohol is a famous travel destination for both locals and foreigners for good reason. The province is blessed with many natural attractions such as waterfalls, beaches, and mountains. It is also accessible by either plane or boat. Airlines have regular flights to and from Manila, and boats frequently travel from
Cebu is a province with plenty to offer visitors. If you’re visiting this part of Visayas, make sure to include Camotes Island in your itinerary. Camotes has white-sand beaches, cerulean, mirror-like waters, and other natural attractions. It is also accessible by bus and boat.
Subic used to be the location of a US Airforce Base. When the American forces left, a commercial airport was built and the area was developed for tourism. There are now several hotels and resorts catering to the needs of tourists. Airlines are also increasing the frequency of their flights
Siargao used to be a quiet island known only to surfers. This surfing Mecca came to fame because of the swells and barrels off its coast. Tourism slowly rose as word-of-mouth spread. Then, in came the plethora of tourists.
Ilocos Norte has a bit of everything you’d look for in a weekend or holiday destination. It has beautiful, natural attractions, historical sites, rich culture, and delicious food. Many visitors would go to it via long road trip, but one may also take public transportation to go to this region.