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Attractions in the Philippines

The Philippines is a country gifted with off-the-beaten track island destinations in varied sizes, shapes, and colors—yes, it has a pink beach! Wherever you go, the sand is enticing, the sunset romantic, the sky bright, and the locals genuine.

With as many as 7 000 islands to choose from, the Philippines is the home of off-the-beaten track destinations that has escaped the radar of mainstream tourists. There is magic and mystery behind the beauty of every place. Places that can be the cascading falls nestled in the mountain ranges, the coves that only the curious can see, the beaches that only the chosen few have experienced, and the heritage sites that captured the attentions of nature and history fanatics.

A day is never boring in the tropics. The Philippines makes a traveler a curious child once again, excited to explore its nooks and crannies. There is always something new waiting to be explored every day.

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  • Unforgettable Camotes Island
  • Island Hopping Honda Bay Tour
  • An unspoiled hidden beach in Badian

Top 10 attractions in the Philippines

  • With its kilometers stretch of pristine beach, Boracay Island is proclaimed as one of the best beaches in the world.
  • Batad Rice Terraces, declared as the UNESCO heritage site in 1995, shows how artistic and inspiring the hands of a community of farmers are.
  • Sagada is a rustic place in the highlands where the people value and preserve their tradition, cuisine, and natural resources.
  • Lagoons in varied colors, historic shipwrecks, remote beaches, and astonishing limestone cliffs make Coron and El Nido, Palawan a kind of paradise.
  • Be awed at the citadels, cathedrals, and rock formations that take centuries to form through a cruise at Underground River, Puerto Princesa, Palawan.

  • Cebu is the home of wonderful beaches, amazing waterfalls, and relaxing islands like Camotes Island, Bantayan Island, and Malapascua Island—one of the best diving spots in the world.
  • A 7.2 earthquake reduced ancient churches to rubble in November 2013, but Bohol is more storied with its big-eyed tarsiers, Chocolate Hills, Loboc River, Panglao Island, and the neighboring islands that are known for its rich marine sanctuary.
  • Considered as the surfing capital of the Philippines, Siargao Island has Pacific Ocean exploding at its shores and plus, it is has beautiful beaches and islands that others have not heard of yet.
  • Siquijor, the third smallest island province in the Philippines, is rumored for witchcraft and magic, but this quaint island has a rushing Cambuhagay Falls, uncrowded beaches, and old churches.
  • Camiguin Island, the second smallest island province in the country, is proud of its White Island, church ruins, sunken cemeteries, and cold and hot springs.



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Top 3 highlighted attractions in the Philippines

  • Boracay Island has gathered the attention of world travelers for its wide expanse of unspoiled beaches, considered as one of the top three beaches in the world. Boracay has the most romantic sunset you ever see and a wide variety of activities from parasailing to island hopping.
  • Cebu Island is the heart of the Visayas and the home of the best diving spots in the world. Be amazed at the marine wonders found at Moalboal and Malapascua Island, the playground of thresher sharks, frolic and relaxed other attractions such as Camotes Island and Bantayan Island. If you are into old architecture and history, understand its rich past through its centuries-old churches and buildings.

  • Bohol Island is gradually recovering from the tragic 7.2 quake that hit this place in 2013. Despite the ancient churches reduced to rubble, Boholanos are more resilient than ever to get back to their feet. While strolling around the serene stretch of Alona Beach, snorkeling at Pamilacan Island, diving at Balicasag Island, cruising at Loboc River, or being wide-eyed looking at tarsiers, you can hear a story or two on how the Boholanos survived the quake.