Located at the northernmost tip of Palawan Paradise Island, Busuanga Islands is one of the most beautiful wonders of the Philippines. They are created by nature, with mazes of beaches, cliffs, islands and islets, jungles and corals.
Explore southern Busuanga with a banca (traditional Philippine boat) and visit the dramatic Coron, known for its stunning cliffs that project into the sea. Swim along rock formations, explore beaches and lagoons, snorkel over multicolored corals, and find your way to various hidden lakes on the other side of the cliffs.
And of course, about twenty wrecks from World War II, making this area one of the best wreck diving destinations in the world!
Northern Palawan is one of the most unspoilt destinations in the Philippines, with lush forests, clear water, and among the finest white fine-grained sandy beaches.
The Visayas are located in the center of the archipelago and consist of many different islands, the most famous of which are Cebu, Bohol and Dumaguete. They are only two hours by boat from each other, offering different types of experiences. If you are looking for a nice mix of meetings and experiences, the Visayas Islands have it all.
Cebu is one of the most developed province in the country. Here you will find the magnificent Kawasan Falls in the southwest of Cebu City, where you can swimm in the icy waters after a light hike. You can also go on an adventure in the southern part of the island to swim with whale sharks in Oslob.
In Bohol, there are picturesque Chocolate Hills. Here you will also find lovely beaches and colorful local culture. Enjoy a lunch at a floating restaurant on the Loboc River. While the rest of the country boasts white sandy beaches, Dumaguete’s beaches are black. Here you will find mountain lakes, colorful local life and picturesque fishing villages.
Dumaguete is also a university town. the historic Silliman University, whose lawns are lined with centuries-old Acacia trees. Here you will also find the famous Apo Island, known for its various corals.
Bohol’s highlight has always been the exciting Chocolate Hills – a fantastic geological formation, with more than 1200 small hills, rolling across the countryside. In the heart of the Visayas, right next to Cebu, Bohol is a picturesque mix of beautiful beaches and colorful local life. Do a dolphin safari on Alona Beach or go on some island hopping. Get to know the local culture by exploring local fishing villages, go for an exotic lunch on a boat cruise on the Loboc River. If you are looking for peace and quiet, Anda Beach is made for you.
The destination for sun, beach and night life, Boracay has the perfect mix. With white shores, clear turquoise water, outstanding sunsets and a plethora of water sports, it’s made for a wonderful sun holiday. Here you will find bars, restaurants and shops and some of the world’s best hotels for every budget.
The capital of Manila is a melting pot of cultures, from a long history of Spanish colonial times, Japanese and American occupations, has created a very own atmosphere. Here you can find luxury hotels, fine dining, world-class shopping and exciting nightlife. Manila also offers a different look to a vibrant city.
Look at the interesting architecture and delve into how the city is formed. Take a tour of the very special Chinese cemetery. For those who want to get away from the city life, the famous Taal volcano, the smallest in the world, is about two hours drive south. Another two hours south of Manila you can visit Pagsanjan Falls, one of the most famous waterfalls in the country, where you can go canoeing upstream. It’s also known to appear in Francis Ford Coppola’s movie Apocalypse Now.