Best of Philippines
Its beaches, heritage towns and monuments, mountains, rainforests, islands and diving spots are among the Philippines most popular tourist destinations. Here is the best of Philippines destination for your next visit.
Sugarlandia's premier city reflects the idyllic and leisurely lifestyles of its fabled sugar barons. The city's stately ancestral homes are reminders of its rich Castillan past, while its timeless art treasures display the city's creative heritage. Modern resorts compliment breathtaking white sand beaches and colorful coral reefs that line the coast of this lovely city.
The island-province of Batanes was created by a series of volcanic activities and other geologic forces millions of years ago.
Batanes lies at the northernmost tip of the Philippines, where the Pacific Ocean merges with the South China Sea. It is composed of three major islands, namely: Batan which contains the capital town of Basco, Sabtang, and Itbayat. Close by are seven islets including Amianan, which is the closest to Formosa. Thus, Batanes has been identified as the country’s potential gateway to East China
Tagbilaran City, the capital of Bohol, is famous for being the site where a blood compact between Datu Sikatuna and Spanish conquistador Miguel Lopez de Legazpi was forged. Tagbilaran is also the annual host of the Sandugo Festival, a month-long event commemorating the first Filipino-Spanish treaty, highlighted by trade fairs, exhibits and a grand street party.
Bohol is home to the renowned Chocolate Hills, a cluster of hills formed through the centuries from corals and shell fragments and known to turn brown every summer. Bohol is also the natural habitat of the world's smallest primate, the Tarsier.
Cagoyan De Aro
Cagayan de Oro may very well be the happiest place in the country. The “City of Golden Friendship,” as it is sometimes called, is home to especially friendly and warm Filipinos. Their ready smiles are a fitting welcome. Cagayan de Oro’s accessible location makes it the “Gateway to Northern Mindanao.”
Cagayan de Oro’s much talked-about whitewater rafting and river trekking make it the premier whitewater destination in the country. The Cagayan de Oro River is famed for challenging rapids that quickly follow one after the other. It’s really an experience like no other and well worth the initial scare. They say the wild river helps you discover your inner strength and endurance.
Your search for a distant tropical hideaway has finally ended. Just off the coast of Palawan, in all its unspoiled splendor, is Busuanga. Frolic in its crystal clear blue waters or dive into spectacular coral gardens.
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