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Visit the Philippines | The Pearl of the Orient Seas

Enjoy a relaxing visit to the Pearl of the Orient Seas. Visit the Philippines and discover its hidden beauty.

The Philippines, the Pearl of the Orient Seas, is an archipelagic beauty that attracts thousands of tourists yearly. Tourists who visit the Philippines can surely attest to the beauty that the country has to offer.

Because of the abundance of natural resources and the beauty of its natural wonders, the Philippines came to be known as the Pearl of the Orient Seas, and rightly so. The country features hundreds of natural and manmade sights that will fancy your thirst for adventure.

Whether you are a trekking freak, a diving fan, or a photo junkie, the Philippines has everything that will satisfy your passion. Philippine tourism has grown on a global scale, competing with first-world countries to be a top tourist destination.

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Best Places to Visit while in the Philippines

The Philippines is made up of 7,601 islands. With all these islands, it is no surprise that you will have a hard time choosing which popular destinations to go and enjoy your vacation.

Here are some of the more popular places to visit in the Philippines for couples and families alike:

  • Luzon - the second largest island of the Philippines. Luzon is where the country’s capital city of Manila is located.
    • Banaue Rice Terraces
    • The rice terraces of the Cordilleras is one of the many sites that is considered as the eighth wonder of the natural world. The terraces resemble a giant “stairway to heaven” on the side of the mountain. It is the evidence of the Ifugaos’ ingenuity, carving the face of the mountain into steps, thereby giving them a level field where they can plant rice.

    • Intramuros
    • Intramuros is a walled fortress in the city of Manila. It was a central seat of government and political power during the Spanish era in the Philippines. If you are intrigued by historical landmarks and want to see the architecture during the Spanish era, then Intramuros is definitely the place to go when you next travel to the Philippines.

    • Rizal Park
    • Also known as the Luneta Park, the park stands to honor the Philippines’ national hero, Jose Rizal. The Rizal monument is located in the middle of the park. It is situated near Manila Bay, just adjacent to the walled city of Intramuros. The park is a popular leisure spot for families and loved ones.

    • Vigan
    • The city of Vigan is located on the west coast of the island of Luzon. The city is referred to as a “slice of Spain” as the city was built during the Spanish era and up to this day, the houses, cobblestone roads, and buildings remain unchanged. The city features Spanish architecture during the fifteenth century.

  • Visayas is the in the middle of the country’s main islands. The Visayas is known for its tough yet hospitable people, the Bisaya.
    • Boracay
    • Boracay is one of the more popular Philippine tourist destinations. With its fine white-sand beaches and crystal-clear waters, Boracay is no question the place to be for beach-goers. Boracay’s nightlife is also an attraction as bars and restaurants set the mood for a party of a lifetime.

    • Chocolate Hills
    • Bohol’s Chocolate Hills is known throughout the world for its fascinating features. During hot days, the hills present a chocolate brown color while on milder, rainy days, it radiates a lush green hue. The color changes are due to the grass and plants drying out during hot seasons and regrowing during milder ones.

    • Magellan’s Cross
    • It is said that when Ferdinand Magellan, the Portuguese explorer who discovered the Philippines, came to Cebu, he brought with him a giant wooden cross to symbolize Christianity. That cross was planted by Magellan on the exact spot where Magellan’s Cross is located now. It is said that the cross that can be seen in the site is the very same cross Magellan planted several hundred years ago.

    • Oslob
    • Oslob, Cebu, is known for its whale shark attraction. Every year, dozens of whale sharks take a route that leads them right into the waters of Oslob, Cebu. Hundreds of tourists dive with whale sharks and take photos. They even get to see them being fed. A guide takes you out to sea on a boat where you will dive with the sharks. If you are not a skilled swimmer/diver, you need not worry as guides will help you take the best photos.

  • Mindanao is the largest of the Philippines’ three main islands. It sits south of the Visayas where a proud people call it home. Majority of the country’s Muslim people live in Mindanao.
    • Camiguin Island
    • Camiguin is an island province in Mindanao that is located just off the sea of Bohol. Camiguin is known for its beautiful fine-sand beaches and beautiful sandbars. Photo junkies will surely enjoy spending time in this picturesque paradise.

    • Mt. Apo
    • Mount Apo is a mountain peak that is located in Mindanao. It is considered as the country’s highest peak, with an elevation of 2,954 meters above sea level. Several expeditions to the summit of the mountain have been made where only a handful saw success. The very first successful expedition to the peak of Mt. Apo was an 1880 expedition led by Don Joaquin Rajal on the 10th of October. They successfully reached the summit five days later.

    • Davao City
    • Davao City is a highly urbanized city in Mindanao. It is one of the country’s biggest cities. Davao is known to be the safest city in the Philippines, after having been ruled by the mayors with an iron fist. The people of Davao are also known to be very disciplined because of this strict method of governance. Davao is also the home of the odd-smelling durian fruit, where it grows in abundance.

    • Hagonoy Island
    • Bislig City is a city in the province of Surigao del Sur in Mindanao, Philippines. Three kilometers off the city’s coast, a lone island known as Hagonoy Island can be seen. The island is about 140 meters long, with only a few palm trees growing in the center. If you are looking to spend your vacation in peace and tranquility, then Hagonoy Island is the perfect place to visit. Not only will you enjoy the peace, you will also enjoy the island’s white-sand beaches and pristine blue waters.

These sites and popular tourist destinations should be more than enough reason why you should visit the Philippines. With our detailed guides and travel tips, you should be able to enjoy a hassle-free vacation anywhere in the country. If you still have cold feet, join us now and we’ll give you even more reasons to come visit the Philippines!


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