These places on this list are one of the highly recommended by many and to tell you frankly just by looking at the photos you will really desire to experience it yourself. Since the Philippines is composed of many islands in a large body of water then expect for more water activities here. We are just so blessed with pristine beaches, crystal-clear lakes, and mystical waterfalls though that is not what Philippines can offer you so let us then get to know some.
Known as one of the top surfing spots in the Philippines, La Union can also offer you stunning white and gray sand beaches as well as majestic waterfalls which local government officials constantly nurture to maintain its beauty. Below is one of the top destinations to visit.
If you opted to visit Samar, you will instantly hear about the magnificent rock formations best for the adventurous beings like cliff diving, but of course you have to be cautious since the undertow can pull you and there are also a lot of rocks beneath but surely these places will marvelously turn your adrenaline rush.
Another place known for surfing is Surigao but don’t confuse yourself since there are two Surigao’s; one is Surigao del Sur its capital is Tandag City and the other is Surigao del Norte its capital is Surigao City. Surigao also has these majestic caves and literally enchanted river is located here.
Leyte is a province in the Visayas that is comprised of 2 major cities, namely, Tacloban City and Ormoc City. It is very famous for the largest naval battle in history but there are also quite a few remarkable beauties that is a must-see sites in this place.
If you are torn with the dilemma of choosing only one place to visit in the Philippines, then Palawan should be on the top of your list. You came to the country to see spectacular beaches and islands. You are surely going to experience the best of the best here in Palawan. This place is just tremendously beyond extraordinary that in almost every step you take is a surprise.
This place can be found on almost everyone’s travel bucket list, and in my opinion this is the ultimate baptism to become a certified lakwatsero or lakwatsera just next to Palawan. Batanes is the place in the Philippines with landscapes so foreign but superbly stunning. Climate-wise, it is the only place in the country that experiences four seasons year-round since it’s close to Taiwan.
Iloilo province is a jumble of the best things about traveling in the Philippines. Don’t just follow everything in the guidebooks because there are actually more to Iloilo than a mere working city and a tourist gateway. It has its own set of worthwhile places to visit that are still largely touristic so discover it while it’s unspoiled.
Isla de Gigantes
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Dreaming of adding some extraordinary photo souvenirs of nature to your collection of beach holiday selfies? Then head your way to Bicol. It is where you can find the world’s most perfect cone-shaped volcano and swim with whale sharks in addition to some of the country’s most scenic islands.
Matukad Island, Caramoan
Tinaga Island, Calaguas
The Calaguas group of islands of Camarines Norte is blessed with pristine white sand beaches and aquamarine waters. Cap that off with little development, and you’ve got the making of an untouched paradise. And what better way to experience the powdery white sand and clear waters than by packing your bags and heading over to one of the best: Tinaga Island. Visit us for more: http://goo.gl/kDXv8t Advertise with us: http://bit.ly/1hasSCp #TinagaIsland #CamarinesNorte #CalaguasIsland #Philippines #Summer #PhilippineBeachHolidays Credits: http://goo.gl/8oB80N
Woah! That was a lot of breathtaking views right there. That’s it for now guys, but don’t just stop there yet. There’s a ton of worthy places to go and to do in the Philippines. There are certainly a lot of more that I should have included, but we will soon cover them soon. We are just so blessed and I am very proud.
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