Philippine’s Best: Places to Visit this Summer

The Philippines is known to be the ultimate summer destination, not just for beach bums, but also to people who love going on adventures. With the temperature starting[RPV1]  to rise again, everyone is looking for a good weekend off with their friends or families and have a fun get away.

There are many places to choose from the 7, 107 islands. We have listed below the top summer destinations to visit in the Philippines this summer:

Coron, Palawan

Coron is yet another example of Palawan’s beauty. Coron is famous for its many travel activities. Coron is the best place to travel if you are looking for a snorkeling or scuba diving adventure. It is also famous for their lagoons and coves.

Bicol Region

The region is known for its six provinces: Albay, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Sorsogon, Catanduanes and Masbate. The region boasts with its beautiful beaches, active volcanoes, soaring mountains, and great food.

El Nido, Palawan

Palawan is well-known for its marine diversity. Not only that, the jungle mangroves can also be found here. It has the largest marine sanctuary in the country, making it a managed resource protected area.

Siquijor

Although the island is known for its witchcraft and sorcery, Siquijor is filled with dazzling and elegant beaches. Paliton, Candanay Sur, Salagdoon and Dumanhog are just a few of the best beaches here.

SagadaIf you would like to go soul-searching. The bestplace to visit is in the cold mountains of Sagada. The place is made morepopular due to the local romantic-comedy film that

was filmed in Sagada. Among the places to check out are the Hanging Coffins, the terraces and Mt. Kiltepan.

Bohol

Known for its Tarsier Conservatory, Bohol is also famous in luring tourists who want to see the country’s amazing and extraordinary wildlife. It is also home to the iconic Chocolate Hills as well as the newest sensation in the region – Bohol’s Sea of Clouds.

Davao

Davao is the home for the Philippine Eagle Center. The center houses 36 species, 18 of      which are captive-bred, and they also offer lectures on their programs to interested parties.


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