Subic is a coastal town in Zambales. It is famous for its sand beaches that are facing Subic Bay. Subic Bay is also a popular diving site due to troves of relics from shipwrecks and colorful corals found in the bottom of the bay.
Zamboanga doesn’t get the attention it deserves because of the negative perception about it. However, those that make the trip to this province find themselves discovering a region that has plenty to offer in terms of natural, cultural and historical attractions. If you plan to make the trip, there are
Another favorite destination of weekend warriors is Puerto Galera. It’s a popular destination for urbanites who are looking for a quick escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. It’s very near Manila and you won’t need a fortune to relax and unwind in its beautiful beaches.
Puerto Galera in Oriental Mindoro is a famous beach destination because of its accessibility from Metro Manila and nearby cities. You don’t have to book a flight to reach it. You can go on a whim or leave just before the weekend and have more than enough time to make
Said to be the Center of the Philippines by the Luzon Datum of 1911, Marinduque is a heart-shaped island province which belongs to the MIMAROPA region. It is sandwiched by Tayabas Bay in the north and Sibuyan Sea in the south. The nearby surrounding provinces are Romblon in the south,
The heart-shaped island province of Marinduque is fringed with pristine beaches. Aside from the mainland beaches, the offshore islands also have shores that are perfect for beach-bumming and swimming. Probably the most prominent among these beaches is Poctoy Beach in the town of Torrijos. Locals call it “white” beach but
The island province of Cebu is one of the most popular tourist destinations (for both local and foreign visitors) in the Philippines. This comes as no surprise because it is easily accessible from different cities including Manila. Here you will also find stunning, powdery, white sand beaches from the mainland
Coron is one of the islands that are a part of Palawan province. It is also home to some of the most beautiful beaches and natural attractions in the country. Its town has a laidback vibe and provides a glimpse of typical rural life. Many local and foreign tourists make
Palawan is gaining popularity as one of the best islands, not just in the Philippines but in the world. The province’s stunning white sand beaches, azure waters, beautiful limestone formations, lakes, lagoons, and colorful underwater ecosystems have made it a famous destination. The gateway for this piece of paradise is
Samal Island in Davao del Norte is a popular tropical getaway destination for locals and visitors alike. The island has plenty of attractions to keep you busy for a day or so. There are beaches and nearby islands that let you get your much-needed dose of vitamin sea. Talicud Island