If you want a peaceful and memorable vacation, I recommend that you visit Boracay. If you want scuba diving I will recommend Boracay again because our must visit diving spot is located there; the Crocodile Island.
Laguna has a wide variety of resorts to choose from and there they all offer good services and great ambiance, you can choose from hot springs to nature types that will surely make your vacation worthwhile.
Puerto Princesa is a nature-friendly city that is surrounded by lush green forests, thanks to the conservation efforts made by the city authorities and public figures. In fact the Puerto Princesa is often called the city in the forest.
This hidden jewel of Philippines has now began to show its sparkling intensity to the whole world as Puerto Princesa is starting to be transformed into a major tourist destination. Perhaps it is now your turn to discover the glorious beauty of Puerto Princesa and its underground river.
Puerto Princesa's Subterranean River National Park is now well-renowned because of its magnificent features. It is also known as St. Paul's Subterranean River National Park or St. Paul Underground River.
The gorgeous beaches, clear waters, scenery, tropical climate, and first-rate accommodations in Boracay Island are just some of the reasons that make this place one of the most visited holiday destinations in Asia.
If you have the time and luxury, hire the best tour guide and try "province-hopping" for a week. Visit each province one day at a time to get a close up look on the different sights, culture, delicacies, and other wonders this Bicol region has to offer.
Amanpulo Palawan is a paradise like no other-with pristine beaches and lush greens untouched by urban development, the resort was designed to ensure your privacy and satisfaction.
Popular for its amazing scenery, restaurants, cool climate, and variety of accommodations, Tagaytay City in the Philippines is a favorite getaway for those who live in the city.
El Nido Palawan is paradise, no doubt about it. Imposing marble cliffs, clear waters on more than 50 white sandy beaches, caves, lagoons and a vibrant biodiversity.