In current years, El Nido has turned into a famous tourist destination when touring the island of Palawan down South. Its sharp limestone settings, sparkling clear waters, and spotless beaches immediately grab visitors’ awareness. Aside from relishing the sights and encircling yourself with the shining blue waters on its beaches, you could go island visiting, tour the concealed beaches, or try snorkelling. If you’d love to catch a sight of the remarkable sunset in the region, travel over to the beachfront of Nacpan, Las Cabañas, and Marimegmeg.
Just a ferry trip away from the Queen City of the South, Panglao, Bohol Island is believed to be a leading beach destination accessible from Cebu on your Philippine Holidays. Linked to the continental residence of the popular Chocolate Hills, Panglao has stunning white-sand beaches, spectacular coral reefs, and topnotch diving locations for beach fans. Its spotless waters are also thought to be ‘better than Boracay. The most famous beach in the region is Alona Beach, as visitors adore its lengthy expanses of powdery-white sand, traveler-friendly pursuits, and get an opportunity to see the finest sunset on the island.
When you’re searching to get away from the activity and movement of city life in Cebu City, travel over to the serene island of Bantayan located on the region’s Northern point. Created with three towns, specifically Madridejos, Santa Fe and Bantayan, Bantayan is recognized for its remarkable sunset sight and royal churches while Madridejos is a fishing town. Amid the three, the city of Santa Fe greets visitors with its sparkling blue waters and white-sand beaches. Aside from relishing the island’s ocean heaven, it will certainly be difficult to keep away from touring the mangrove parks, cave pools, and energetic underwater setting.
Are you organizing a Philippine Holiday up north anytime soon? The beaches of Pagudpud are an appeal not to be overlooked on any visitor’s travel list. Aside from the region being one of the top locations for surfing in the Philippines, its white-sand beaches, and sparkling waters will refresh your memory with Boracay. And, not like the packed Boracay, this seaside retreat town on the northernmost point of Luzon is more serene due to its minimum tourist progress. Of course, there’s plenty you could do apart from surfing or swimming. There are regions ideal for starting places and other popular appeals to tour like the Bangui Windmills, Kapurpurawan Rock Formations, Patapat Viaduct and Burgos Lighthouse.
Inside the rural town of Sta. Ana in Cagayan rests a distant yet charismatic island of Palaui. While it’s frequently an unnoticed heaven in the northeastern part of Luzon, it’s certainly a must-see island given that it’s really pristine – retreats and hotels are nowhere to be seen and the only choice is to go camping. Therefore, Palaui offers tourists the opportunity to relink with nature while relishing the humble life. The picturesque sights of its untouched greens, white sandy beaches, and chilly waters for swimming certainly make the visit well worth it.
If you adore the splendor of Boracay nevertheless are wishing for an island that is tranquil, less packed and still well kept, then it’s unquestionable that you’ll fall in love with the isles of Caramoan on your Philippines Travel. Seems well-known? The islands got famous after it performed as residence to the participants of the reality show ‘Survivor’ during 2012. Situated on the southern tip of Camarines Sur in the Bicol district, its collection of attractively idle isles and islands in the Pacific Ocean leave one in amazement. Its excellent white-sand beaches, limestone ridges, inlets, and wealthy aquatic life guarantee an ideal tropical escapade on the island!
Nearby the adjacent region Camarines Sur there rests Camarines Norte. And, one could certainly say that Bicolandia is lucky to have concealed jewels – pristine marvels of bliss are also located on the islands of Calaguas. Nearly a two-hour boat trip away from the dry land, fine white sand beaches and immaculate waters welcome tourists, straightaway presenting them to a calming atmosphere. While Calaguas is turning into a preferred island amid beach travelers and the once peaceful shoreline is now packed with life, its residents are all for guarding and protecting the pure heaven. If you’re organizing a holiday to travel here soon, remember to tour the Halabang Baybay/Mahabang Buhangin (Long Beach)!