This wonder of the underwater world is a source of Philippine pride. Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park is one of the best dive sites in the world. An astonishing density and diversity of coral and fish thrive in this underwater sanctuary.
Tagaytay and the surrounding areas are perfect for weekend golf. The cool climate, rolling terrain, and proximity to Metro Manila add to the area’s popularity.
The hilly islands of Romblon host an array of perfectly formed beaches, their fine white sands fringed with beautiful seashells.
Puerto Galera has more than 100 resorts, and a party crowd.
This is a heart-shaped island-province of clear blue waters and stunning shores. It’s quiet and peaceful here. It’s exactly what it should be.
El Nido is home to some of the most stunning beaches in the Philippines.
Because of its off-center location, this long strip of paradise has remained so for thousands of years.
The beautiful municipality of Bulalacao, in the southeast of Oriental Mindoro, has secret beaches and calming coves. The sand shines in every color, and the coastline stretches out to what seems like forever.
This is the country’s top dive site. Barracudas, giant schools of jacks, eagle rays and hawksbill sea turtles all share a home on the reef. And there are schools of dolphins further out. Also be on the lookout for white-and black-tip sharks and Napoleon wrasses.
Aptly nicknamed “the city in a forest,” Puerto Princesa city’s attractions have much to do with its natural wonders and commitment to the environment. In fact, it’s been named the Philippines’ cleanest and greenest city, and has been internationally recognized for environmental excellence.