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The Capital of the Philippines, The Pearl of the Orient
Discover Manila, the Philippines’ capital city and premier gateway to the country. Highlighting the different natural, historical and man-made attractions of Manila and its immediate environs. These are great tours for those wanting to get an overview of Manila and its culture.
Pristine white beaches, Aklan
Blessed with powdery white sand and crystal blue waters along the 3-kilometer long White Beach, Boracay is a beach-lover’s paradise. A variety of resorts are available in the island – from bungalows to high-rise buildings, from pricey to economical, the island offers a wide range of choices for accommodations.
Queen City of the South, Oldest City in the Philippines, Mactan
Cebu, the “Queen City of the South” is the Philippines’ second major gateway and one of its prime destinations. Only less than an hour’s flight from Manila, this island province has proven to be one of the most popular beach and sightseeing places in Asia.
Heart of the Islands, God's Little Paradise, Tarsier, Chocolate Hills, Panglao, Loboc
Situated in the heart of the Central Visayas region, Bohol is one of the hidden gems of the Philipppines with its fantastic combination of natural attraction, pristine white sand beaches and extraodinary dive spots.
Last Frontier, Best Island in the Philippines, Puerto Princesa, El Nido, Coron
Long known as the Philippines’ last frontier, Palawan was declared a Wildlife Sanctuary area in 1967 and thus retains its wild and pristine natural wonders. Located southwest from Manila, Palawan is the long mass of land measuring approximately 650 kilometers long from the northernmost islands to the southernmost area jutting on the left side on the map of the country. The island province is home to 323 species of wildlife, one of the world’s longest underground rivers, 11,000 square kilometers of coral reef, sprawling white sand beaches, amazing limestone rock formations and caves and so much more.
The Most Loyal and Noble City, Gigantes Islands
The yearly Dinagyang Festival, gorgeous heritage monuments, delectable fresh seafood, and signature Ilonggo foods are among the city's most well-known attractions.
City of Smiles, The Ruins, Lakawon Island, Mambukal Resort
After the popularity of the first MassKara Festival in 1980, Bacolod earned the nickname "City of Smiles."
Laoag & Vigan, The Sunshine city, Calle Crisologo, Paoay Church, Bangui Windmills, World Heritage Site, Spanish colonial town in Asia, Heritage village
With its pure environment and dazzling, blue skyline, Laoag, the provincial capital of Ilocos Norte, lives true to its reputation as "The Sunshine City." Laoag is derived from the native Ilocano language of the Ilocos Region and means brightness or light, which perfectly reflects your stay to this refreshing place.
Vigan, also known as heritage village, is remarkable in that much of its Hispanic colonial identity has been retained, particularly the grid street pattern and historic urban layout.
UNESCO World Heritage Site in Ifugao
The Banaue Rice Terraces are 2,000-year-old terraces that were carved into the mountains of Ifugao in the Philippines by ancestors of the indigenous people. They are frequenty called the "Eighth Wonder of the World". The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Banaue Rice Terraces, also known as Hagdan-Hagdang Palayan, is located in Ifugao.
Shangri-la of the Philippines, Ifugao
Sagada is one of the country's most popular tourist destinations. There are many activities to enjoy here, which has been dubbed the "Shangri-la of the Philippines." Trekking, spelunking, waterfall hikes, historical site visits, food trips, and many more activities are available.
Summer Capital of the Philippines, City of Pines
To many, Baguio is known as the "Summer Capital of the Philippines," with its temperate climate making it a great place to get away from the chaos of Manila. The city is also known for its tropical pine trees, earning it the nickname "City of Pines."
Surfing Capital of the Philippines
Siargao, popularly known as the "Surfing Capital of the Philippines," is credited with introducing surfing to the Philippines. Siargao offers a variety of activities in addition to surfing, such as cave exploration and rock climbing.
Adventure Capital of the Philippines, Mt. Mayon, Sorsogon, Ticol, Whale shark
Bicol is considered as the Philippines' adventure capital, with volcanic volcanoes, calm whale sharks, secluded beaches, and spicy food.
Cagayan de Oro
City of Golden Friendship, white rapids
Because of the warm welcome smiles and the ultimate hospitality of the residents, Cagayan de Oro is also known as the "City of Golden Friendship." This city offers a variety of activities and experiences, including popular white water rafting and the country's largest waterpark.
Culinary and Christmas Capital of the Philippines, Clark, Mt. Pinatubo
Pampanga is recognized for its delectable and heavenly foods, ranging from sisig and tocino to the tastiest halo-halo, and is therefore dubbed as the Philippines' Culinary Capital.
History Hub of Central Luzon
Because of its important involvement in historical events, Bataan is known as the "History Hub of Central Luzon." It was also during World War II that the province established its place in world history.
Durian Capital of the Philippines, Chocolate Capital of the Philippines, Mount Apo, Samal Island, Eden Nature Park, Malagos Garden Resort
Mount Apo, the Philippines' tallest peak, is located in Davao. The city is also known as the "Durian Capital of the Philippines" and the "Philippine Chocolate Capital."
The City for All Occasions, Taal Volcano
Tagaytay, officially known as the "City of All Occasions," has almost everything for visitors and locals. The city contains hotels and entertainment facilities for everyone, as well as restaurants and modest eateries that serve the best delicacies.