If exotic islands, breathtaking scenery, and endless activities are on your bucket list, you might need to consider making the Philippines your next travel destination.
With over 7,000 islands, the Philippines is the ideal vacation destination if you want to enjoy a blend of culture, nature and pleasure.
There are natural wonders everywhere you go thanks to the country’s geological characteristics.
Some of the most well-known places that you must see are listed below:
Calle Crisologo in Vigan is a Unesco World Heritage Site that features Spanish colonial buildings and old-world charm. The main draw in Vigan and one of the most significant historical sites in the Philippines is this town from the sixteenth century.
Tubbataha Reef in Palawan is one of the best diving locations in the Philippines and possibly the entire globe. It is regarded as a hub of marine biodiversity and a haven for both divers and marine conservationists, and is situated in the centre of the Sulu Sea. This marine reserve can only be reached via liveaboard vessel departing from Puerto Princesa, Palawan. It was nominated as one of the ‘New Seven Wonders of the Natural World’ and is a Unesco World Heritage Site.
Mayon Volcano in Legazpi is one of the Philippines’ most stunning natural attractions. While viewing the volcano from a distance is amazing, if you are an adrenaline addict, you can take in all of its beauty while zipping through a zipline or for another fascinating and interesting vantage point of the volcano, go to the Cagsawa Ruins.
The Chocolate Hills can be found in Bohol. The browning of these unusual geological formations during the dry season gives them the appearance of chocolate mounds. It is one of the top tourist destinations in the Philippines due to the popularity of its 1,200 hills. Bohol’s remaining land is covered in dense vegetation and has rivers that are ideal for kayaking.