Best Top 6 Tourist Spots in the Philippines 2015
is the premier tourist spot in the Philippines. It’s known to the world and had received a lot of awards from local to international awards. Boracay has an area of 3.98 square miles. It comprises of 3 barangays: Yapak, Balabag and Manoc-Manoc. It’s popular for its white sand beaches and nightlife. During Amihan Season, that’s from the months of November to May, the White Beach is calm that makes the tourism at its highest point.
Puerto Princesa subterranean River National Patk popularly known as Puerto Princesa Underground River is now one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. It’s 8.2 kilometers long and the river flows directly to the sea which is a subject to a tidal flow. It has formations of stalactites and stalagmites and a habitat of many bats.
3. Coron Island
Coron Islandis best tourist spot in wreck diving. It is an island of limestone and covered with mangrove forest. It has seven lakes and the most famous is Kayangan Lake for its cleanliness. The island has also white beaches and clear blue waters. Coron Island is also known because of the Japanese shipwreck remains in World War II.
Pescador Island is a home for hundreds of thousands of sardines that why it’s very popularly called as the “Sardine Run in Pescador Island.” It has a large variety of fish. It is a very ideal place for recreational divers and the most popular dive spot in the Philippines. The dives are from 50 meters to 200 meters drop. Under the sea, there is a “Cathedral.” The Cathedral is a large hole with small caves inside enough for a person to swim in and out
Pagsanjan Falls is a very exciting falls. It has 3 drops and the longest drop is 120 meters. Pagsanjan Falls is a confluence of 2 rivers: Balanac and Bumbungan River. The spot was made popular because of its “Shooting the Rapids,” a term used when riding a dugout canoe downstream while the boatmen carefully maneuver it against the rushing waters.
Banaue Rice Terraces is a magnificent work of ancient engineering and tools. It’s like a stepping stone in sky view. A place of sustainable living agriculture applied with traditional techniques. Banaue Rice Terraces was considered as the 8th Wonder of the World, an awesome work and design of indigents of Ifugao formed through great precision and care. This tourist spot in the Philippines is over 2000 years old and has an elevation of 1500 meters above sea level.