hailed as the summer capital of the Philippines and known as one of the industrialized cities in the Northern part of the Philippines. Because of its many pine trees it is also called the City of Pines.
known as the Virgin Islands of the Northern Philippines. Batanes Islands, is an island province comprising ten islands that are located in the Luzon Strait between the islands of Luzon and Taiwan. It is the northernmost part of the Philippines and is also the smallest province, both in terms of population and land area.
a peninsula at the southeastern end of Luzon. Camarines Norte is blessed with a dense rainforest, habitat of numberless variety of wildlife whileCamarines Sur is the Philippines’ newest and fast rising tourism star with coasts and islands that greet the traveler with gorgeous limestone formations, secluded white sand beaches as well as a throbbing adventure sports scene that makes the rest of Asia stand up and take notice.
a little island paradise in the southern Philippines. The most notable among the tourist attractions in Bohol is Chocolate Hills. Panglao Island is famous for its white sand beaches. Along in these beaches are beautiful hotels and resorts where travelers and foreigners can stay and enjoy the sceneries.
a tropical island located approximately 2 km off the northwest tip of the island of Panay in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines. Its long white sand beaches rival the best beaches of more popular destinations such as the Caribbean. Facilities for the usual water sports activities such as sailing, windsurfing, snorkeling, diving and jet skiing are also widely available for those in search of more active pursuits.
The island-province is a pear-shaped volcanic island in the northern tip of Mindanao. Camiguin is well-known as a fabulous getaway island of steep volcanoes, lush jungle and white beaches. In this pristine setting, you’ll find not only hot springs To soothe your body but also the clear pool and cold spring. The stunning Katibawasan Falls and hiking trails will undoubtedly thrill your senses. This is also the favorite jump-off point for trekkers and mountaineers in search of adventure in the slopes of Mt. Hibok-Hibok.
Often called the “ Queen City of the South” and the Seat of Christianity in the Philippines, Cebu is the country’s oldest city. There are a lot of places to see in Cebu City. Much of the sites and key attractions are religious as well as historical. You’ll find that a large part of the Cebu City’s culture is shaped by its religious and colonial heritage. Some of places to see here are Basilica Minore del Santo Niño, Lapu-Lapu Monument, Magellan Marker, and the Taoist Temple. Other places to see in Cebu that are not of religious or cultural nature include Tops Skyline Garden, Mount Maninglaw, Santa Rosa Falls, Kawasan Falls, Liloan Lighthouse, Olango Wildlife Sanctuary, and an array of fine beaches.
Endowed with a variety of picturesque landscapes, Davao’s topography dazzles: Fruit plantations and orchid farms, mantle volcano-fed hills and valleys. Virgin forests nurture rare wildlife. Coral islands lie on mirror flat water. And the country’s highest peak magnificently lords over the hinterland.
One of the cities in Ilocos Norte Province that should be on anyone’s list is Laoag. It is classified as one of the first class cities in the Philippines and is the capital of its province.
Pagudpud is considered the largest island in the Philippines. The hills and mountains are luxuriant, the valleys productive. Creeks, streams and waterfalls splash the landscape and spill into the South China Sea. All around, the ocean and sky are awash in varying shades of blue.
Vigan, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the best-preserved example of a planned Spanish colonial town in Asia with a unique European atmosphere. Several museums exist for the many national heroes that were born here. Vigan is the oldest surviving Spanish colonial city in the Philippines.
a paradise, a sanctuary to an amazing variety of fauna and flora found nowhere else in the world. It is blessed with incredibly awesome landscapes that astound even the most indifferent of visitors.
The most beautiful place in Palawan is the isolated island of El Nido with its incredibly astonishing seascapes. Many of the islands have hidden lagoons sheltered by limestone crags. Schools of fish swarm in the coral reefs, many of which are visible to the naked eye.
Coron is a fantastic base for adventure, especially for underwater explorers seeking to dive amid the Japanese shipwrecks of the 1940s.
listed by the Club of the Most Beautiful Bays of the World. Among the famous beaches in Puerto Galera are Sabang Beach and White Beach, which have an active nightlife with numerous bars and restaurants. Both beaches also have an array of first-class and economy-class accommodations. Puerto Galera is also one of the main technical diving destinations in Asia. Behind the beaches are the huge and generally unexplored mountain ranges of central Mindoro. A particular local attraction is the nine hole golf course perched on the hillside above White Beach which commands spectacular views over Puerto Galera’s natural harbor and the Verde Island Passage.
popular as destinations for adventurers. Popular activities include trekking, exploring both caves and waterfalls, spelunking, bonfires, picnics, rappelling, visiting historical sites, nature hikes, and participating in tribal celebrations. The forebears of the current residents practiced an unusual burial practice by hanging and stacking coffins, hewed from tree trunks, in the limestone karst cliffs and caves near town. From Sagada it is a short ride to Bontoc where you can catch a jeepney to Banaue and its famous rice terraces.
dubbed as Philippines number one destination for extreme adventures and sports, Subic bay stands out as one of the recommended destinations in the country. It is well known for its diversity in both cuisine and culture. Some have described the panoramic views and leisure activities here as experiences of a lifetime. Others have depicted the place as one of the spots in the world that you can label as Paradise.
Subic bay is noted for extreme adventures and sports. Visitors go parasailing, yachting, seaplane trips, jungle survival training, camping, kayaking and canoeing, scuba diving, jetskiing, trekking, horseback riding, car and go-kart racing, paintball action, safari, and crazy stunts at the Xtreme Adventure Park.
considered as the country’s second summer capital because of its crisp and cool climate all year around. Tagaytay is home to Taal Volcano, which is reputed to be the world’s smallest and yet most active. It stands on its own island amid a landscape of ash and cinder. The breathtaking views of Taal volcano and Lake is a must see for everyone visiting Asia.