Philippine Top Destinations


The Philippines is an awesome place to visit. A majestic land, full of vibrant colors, a simple but admirable culture, and this country is unique and different in its own terms and values. The Philippines is highly recommended to anyone looking for an adventure.  It’s cheap, the people are nice, and the natural beauty is second to none.




The popular seven-kilometer long dumbbell shaped island paradise is one of the Philippines’ most famous tourist destinations. The most famous of the exotic beaches here is the 4 kilometer long White Beach, which is the main tourism activity area where hundreds of foreign and local sun-bathers in skimpy swimwear laze on its snow white, powdery sands that never heat up even under a blazing noonday sun…More Info






Bohol is relatively a small island with enormous awe and wonders. Its sights and marvels always are front liners in all tourism campaigns of the Philippine government, because of their uniqueness, innate beauty and value to humankind. Island province is one of the most attractive destinations in the country as it endowed lavishly with beautifully-laden beaches, kaleidoscopic dive sites, rare wildlife and one-of-a-kind geological formation…More Info





Palawan is realm of natural wonders and  it is the Philippines’ last frontier. Palawan can tickle the imaginations and fancies of every living specie who yearns for island paradise. It’s a place where you’ll find an unspoiled emerald sea under deep blue skies, where the air is pure as can be and where the water around you still teem with life. The whole of Palawan is declared as a nature sanctuary…More Info





Dubbed the ” Queen City of the South”, Cebu is a  vital metropolitan center in the Philippines after Metro Manila. As early as 3000 years ago, Cebu was already a prosperous settlement long before Magellan landed there on March 7, 1521. The City is an important cultural center of the country. As a tourist destination, it offers a whole gamut of attractions and interests… More Info





This pastcard-pretty coastal town, located in the northernmost tip of Oriental Mindoro and renowned for its scenic main cove that has been voted as one of the “Ten Most Beautiful Bays in the World.” With its numerous hidden coves and protected dive sites containing maritime relics of a distant past, Puerto Galera is a popular destination of weekend tourists seeking a place to dive and spend a lazy weekend under the sun…More Info




Davao City is considered the largest city in the world in terms of land area. Davao del Sur is where the premier city of Davao is. Although, it is true that the attractions within the city alone is more than enough for a tourist. In recent years, the sprawling Urban metropolis of Davao has emerged as the business, investment and tourism hub for the entire southern Philippines. The city, which is a typhoon free, enjoys the weather that remains balmy all year round…More Info




Manila is the capital of the Philippines, it is a vibrant metropolis. It is a hodgepodge of old and new buildings, Despite pockets of poverty, Manila is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world and its metropolitan area is the country’s economic, cultural, educational, and industrial center. Manila is almost synonymous to Metro Manila, which actually comprises 17 cities and municipalities with over 10 million residents. It is considered one of the mega-metropolis of the world. Centers of Business are the Binondo district, the Makati business district and Ortigas Center…More Info




Better known for its coffee and dive sites, Batangas is an ideal destination if you want quick access to the beach from Manila. If you are craving for the beach and you only have a couple of days to spare, then this should definitely be a consideration. Aside from that Batangas owns a major anecdotes in the pages of Philippine history that is why a tour of Batangas is never complete without visiting the museums and landmarks …More Info





Baguio City is without doubt, the most popular choice for a summer getaway by most Filipinos. Nestled at about five thousand feet above sea level, this American built mountain resort enjoys quite a cool weather all year round. The truth is: it is always cooler here by eight to ten degrees vis-a-vis the lowlands temperature…More Info






Subic Bay Freeport in Olongapo City is a special economic zone and tourism estate with a litany of attractions that can be compared to some first world tourist come-ons. It is a one-stop tourism destination at the huge complex that once housed the Spanish and the immense Seventh Fleet of the US Navy. Wild life attractions here includes Zoobic Safari, the Tiger Safari and Ocean Safari. Off shore are marvels too as Subic is the best wreck diving site in the country with over 20 ship wrecks…More Info





Vigan City, Ilocos Sur  is where Old Spanish Houses about 400 kilometers from Manila is the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Vigan. It is the capital city of Ilocos Sur located on the west coast of northern Luzon. One can see precious remnants of old Spanish architecture throughout the center of the city. Established in the 16th century, Vigan is the best-preserved example of a planned Spanish colonial town in Asia with a unique European atmosphere. Several museums exist for the many national heroes that were born here. Vigan is the oldest surviving Spanish colonial city in the Philippines… More Info




Siargao is considered as the Surfing Capital of the Philippines. The best known surfing break now with a world reputation of being in the top Surfing Waves in the world, is nick-named “Cloud Nine”. This newly discovered island boasts of white-sand beaches and surfing waves compared to that of Hawaii. Lying 800 kilometers southeast of Manila, the tear-shaped Siargao Island is a perfect haven for the sun, sea, and surf buffs… More Info





Iloilo is the Philippines’ Heritage Haven of Panay. This is because it is popular for its gentry living as displayed by its majestic and colonial mansions and churches scattered throughout its beautiful landscape.Touted as the second oldest Spanish settlement in the Philippines, it is most famous through for its provincial charm…More Info





Camarines Sur The province lies across the middle of the peninsula at the southern tip of Luzon. It embraces the fertile valleys of the Bicol River and its contributing tributaries as well as the volcanic regions of Mt. Isarog and Mt. Iriga. In the modern time, it has gained a new name as “Cam Sur” which was tagged by young travellers who engage in various water activities and sports that the province has to offer. Also through aggressive tourism campaigns it has now become one of the must visit places in the Philippines…More Info