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The Philippines can very well be called Asia’s beach capital, with its long, white sand beaches, sunshine and blue skies, and tropical party lifestyle.  Made up of 7,107 islands, it is home to some of the finest beaches in the world.  Because of this, it has grown to be one of the favorite getaway destinations of people from all over the world.

BORACAY

Boracay

Boracay Island, with its sugary white sand beaches and azure blue waters, is located approximately 345 kilometers south of Manila. Its most striking attraction is its four-kilometer stretch of powdery white sand beach with crystal clear water.  Popularly known as “White Beach”, it is touted as the “finest beach in the world.”  The water surrounding the island is shallow and the sand is finer and brighter than most beaches in the archipelago.


PALAWAN

El Nido, PalawanPalawan is the most well preserved major island group in the Philippines. It is also the largest province in the Philippines in terms of land area. The rain forest, caves, coral reefs, mangroves, beaches and clear blue waters are its best assets. One has to go around the islands of Palawan to see how its people and the local government’s conservation efforts have born fruit. 

With over 1,700 islands and islets and almost 2,000 kilometers of coastline, Palawan is known as having one of the most beautiful seascapes in the world. Sprawled beneath the seas are nearly 11,000 square kilometers of coral reefs. Palawan was proclaimed as a fish and wildlife sanctuary in 1967 and to this day, this group of islands is probably the most protected province in the whole Philippines.


BOHOL

Chocolate Hills, BoholBohol island in the Philippines is paradise famous for its white sand beaches, the Chocolate Hills and the Tarsier, the smallest primate in the world. It is located in the Visayas island group in central Philippines. Surrounded by beautiful beaches and coral reefs, Bohol is a travel destination tourist & travelers who love nature will truly enjoy.

One major attraction of Bohol are its numerous caves (there are more than 1,400 to explore).  In addition to Bohol's beaches, caves, and awesome Chocolate Hills, Bohol is also renowned for its dive spots.  Foreign and local divers come to Bohol to see the breathtaking underwater coral reefs around the islands.  Water sports is also very popular in these islands.


CEBU

Cross of Magellan, CebuAbout an hour’s flight away from Manila is Cebu, known as the Queen City of the South. It is a long and thin island in central Philippines with a few smaller islands off-shore. Cebu is all of narrow coastlines, limestone plateaus and coastal plains with rolling hills and jagged mountain ranges stretching from north to south.  There are magnificent caves within easy reach.  It takes pride in being blessed with immaculate beaches and incredible dive spots.  

Cebu also has a thriving culture brought about by its interesting history.  It was the first place in the Philippines to embrace Christianity with  “Magellan's Cross”, named after Ferdinand Magellan, a Portuguese explorer who came to Cebu in the early 1500s, planted on the island as proof.  There is also the Sinulog festival every January celebrating the Infant Jesus Christ, which has people in colorful costumes singing and dancing to the addictive beat from dusk to evening.


SUBIC

SubicSubic Bay is a bay forming part of Luzon Sea on the west coast of the island of Luzon in Zambales, about 100 kilometers northwest of Manila. Its shores was formerly the site of a major United States Navy facility named U.S. Naval Base Subic Bay and was later transformed into a Freeport economic and tourism zone.  

Today, Subic Bay hosts a formidable combination of wrecks, like the 19th century Spanish gunboat San Quintin, Japanese luxury liner Oryoku Maru, and the ex-USS New York. Complemented by a rain forest and white sand beach, Subic Bay has an international airport  and tourism support facilities that include a marina, yacht club, hotels, shopping arcades, and food shops.

Photos courtesy of Department of Tourism