Dazzling shorelines and colourful sights…Over a thousand islands await the traveler with hundreds of water sports, relaxing beaches, and immense culture.
A huge forest of sky-rise highs and lots of bustling, Manila is the perfect metropolis for city lovers. You can explore the key sights in and around Intramuros, the city’s only notable historical enclave, Manila Bay and Makati in a few days. Manila also prides itself on the quality of its restaurant scene, nightlife and the ability of its residents to whip up a good time. For many tourists, this will be their enduring memory of the place: fabulous food, funky bars and nightclubs in areas such as Malate and Makati. And don’t forget, Manila is still a great place to pick up bargains, from the latest goods cranked out by Chinese factories to intricate native handicrafts.
From diving with whale sharks in crystalline waters to trekking surrounded by explosions of greenery, the south of the country offers travelers great beaches and the opportunity to mingle with nature and culture alike.
Being the Philippines' top tourist draw and most famous beach took its toll on the island of Boracay. With glorious White Beach and the country's best island nightlife, it's easy to understand why Boracay is the Philippines' top tourist draw. Cleaner beaches with no more annoying obstructions, a wider main road, new sidewalks, better drainages, and more e-trikes. But perhaps the most significant change is one of attitude. Islanders have collectively developed a green streak, with everybody from resort owners to para (native sailboats) skippers buying into Boracay's newly forged identity as a model for sustainable tourism development.
El Nido, a small village north of Palawan, Philippines, is one of the most popular tourist destinations globally. Palawan Island is located in the southwestern part of the Philippines archipelago. It is one of the most famous islands for tourists and emigres because of its delightful climate (the island is sheltered from typhoons). Its lovely environment population is very welcoming, making its visitors safe.
White sandy beaches, coconut palms, sun, and idleness, are the essential ingredients for a successful holiday. When you come to Palawan, you can't go wrong!
Visit the capital of Palawan, home of the UNESCO World Heritage site and famed Underground River. You'll be surprised to find out that Puerto Princesa has natural and cultural wonders to offer for different kinds of travelers as well. Plus, there are splendid beaches that line up its coast, too!
If you're glancing to indulge the thrill-seeker in you, it will be well worth your time to visit the Ugong Rock Adventure. Relish activities such as zip-lining, trekking, and spelunking amidst the beautiful Puerto Princesa backdrop. If you want to go camping and test out some necessary survival skills, you can camp at Inaladelan Island and look at the island's easy layout. Of course, you shouldn't skip the UNESCO World Heritage site Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park or the Underground River. For the foodies out there, you aren't omitted. Puerto Princesa is also home to seafood restaurants for sumptuous feasts.