The Philippines is known for its many islands and beaches, and Boracay Island is probably the most celebrated of them all. Boracay is full to the brim with possibilities; various adventures and experiences await you in the beach capital of the country.
Boracay is most famous for its beaches - soft, white sand and crystal-clear waters embrace the island’s borders. Enjoy a number of fun beach activities like helmet diving, windsurfing, parasailing and jet skiing. Satisfy every craving at the overwhelming number of restaurants on the island, and party from dusk ‘til dawn right on the beach. Boracay offers everything you could ask for in a beach vacation, and so much more
Explore the city's rich past with a visit to significant, historical and cultural landmarks in Cebu City like Magellan’s Cross, Basilica Minore del Sto. Nino and Taoist Temple in Beverly Hills Subdivision. For your pasalubong, visit the Tabo-an Market where you can find dried fish, dried pusit and other food pasalubong in affordable price and is classified by many as one of the must visit Cebu tourist spots.
Palawan consists of 1,780 islands of flawless natural beauty. With dense forests and sparkling waters teeming with unique wildlife, one will be hard-pressed to find a word that describes Palawan as accurately as “paradise” does.
Discover Mother Nature’s artistry in the massive limestone islands and pristine white beaches of El Nido, and in the vibrant strokes of color on Tubbataha Reef’s corals. Dive into the sparkling waters of Coron, or visit the famed Underground River in Puerto Princesa, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Last Frontier of the Philippines is so named for its untouched magnificence, and with serene views and brilliant waters wherever you are in the region, Palawan is the ideal destination for a peaceful getaway
Bohol is a land of endless wonder. The white sand beaches, stunning diving spots, tropical rainforests, adventure parks, and the world’s smallest primate are only some of the things you’ll find here. And that doesn’t even include the Chocolate Hills – inedible, but actually made of limestone.
Coron is a perfect base for adventure, especially for the divers seeking to explore amid the Japanese shipwrecks of the 1940s. Hop a guided mangrove kayak tour or enjoy beach-volleyball court at Atwayan Beach. Jungle treks, horseback tours and island camping will satisfy your craving for the outdoors.
El Nido is a spectacular location of limestone cliffs, virgin rainforest and clear, turquoise waters. With hundreds of tiny islets, you can easily set off without a map and have an entire beach all to yourself.