The 10 Tourist Spots in the Philippines

The Philippines is widely known for its topographic area and its natural resources, underground rivers, rice terraces, white beaches, surfing spots, and delicious cuisines. These are the 10 tourist destinations if you ever want to travel to the Philippines.

1. Coron, Palawan – It’s widely known for its best diving spots, swimming in lagoons, snorkeling, and many activities by Forbes Magazine.

2. El Nido, Palawan – Also known for its white beaches and heavenly lagoons and a good go-to spot if you want to stay away from the bustling life in the city.

3. Vigan, Ilocos Sur – Vigan is known for its perfectly preserved Spanish Colonial buildings and churches. Here you can see the iconic Calle Crisologo where you can feel that you time travel in Spanish time.

4. Bohol Tarsier  – Tarsier is the smallest primate that you can only see in Bohol, Philippines.

5. Chocolate Hills– can also be found in Bohol for its iconic landmark.

6. Bantayan Island – Perfect for beach lovers, located at the northernmost part of Cebu, you can enjoy swimming, sightseeing, island hopping, different beach activities, and many more, without the hassle of too many crowds. 

7. Siargao – where you can do many activities from water to land such as surfing, kayaking, scuba diving, and hiking to waterfalls, mountains, and caves.

8. Sagada – The town is located in the Cordillera Mountains away from the beaches and is famous for its limestone hills. These destinations are famous for their mountains, which people can hike, perfect sunny but chilly weather, beautiful rice fields, astonishing waterfalls, and cliffs with a sea of clouds.

9. Mayon Volcano – Located in Albay, Philippines.  A popular tourist spot, it is renowned for its “perfect cone” because of its symmetric conical shape. 

10. Batanes – Mountains, oceans, rolling hills, rock formations, famous landmarks, and great food; Batanes has it all. Located in the northernmost part of the country, this province in the Philippines is composed of several small islands, with only 3 of them inhabited.

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