The Philippines is an archipelago blessed with a wealth of natural resources, a rich history and unique culture.
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The Philippines attractions are as many as they are diverse, with each island offering something different, something special to the most discerning visitor. White sand beaches, lush green forest, majesty mountain peaks, age-old structure, modern cities, and rustic countrysides. The list goes on and on.
The country is most popular for its beaches and deep waters teeming with a plethora of marine life. The Philippine waters have attracted a growing numbers of scuba divers all eager to discover the underwater treasures of the country.
Most of the resorts are well equipped with modern diving equipment and have their staff professional diving instructors and guides. Facilities for
water skiing, jet skiing, windsurfing, hobie cat sailing, island hopping, and other water sports are also available.
Those who prefer to keep their feet dry can still view the magical coral world through glass-bottomed boats.The Philippines is not only for sun, sea and sand lovers. The numerous attractions present a wide array of activities to choose from whether you are in the north or the south.
For the nature lover, there is a mountain climbing, bird watching, cave exploration, and even photo safaris. History and culture buffs may learn more about the Philippines and its people when visiting the museums centuries-old structures, monuments, and churches spread across the country.And for a taste of rural Philippine life, a tour of the farms in the provinces is highly recommended.
Golfers have also found their place in the sun here in the Philippines. The country boasts of challenging golf courses, some of which were designed by world-class course architects in the likes of Robert Trent Jones, Jr. and Gary Player.
Major Tourist Attractions
The capital of the Philippines - its heart and soul - is Manila. Metropolitan Manila is where the country's most prestigious business addresses and the trendiest leisure establishments are found.
By day, it hums with the bustle of commerce and, by night, throbs with the excitement of varied, high class entertainment.
Vigan & Laoag
Vigan, capital town of Ilocos Sur, breathes the air of 18th century colonial Philippines and antiquarians will find a lot of interesting finds in this World Heritage Village. Laoag City, capital of Ilocos Norte, is the hub of international trade and commerce in the Ilocos region.
The island-province of Cebu is where the Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan planted the Cross of Christianity in the name of Spain in 1521.
It is long established as a dive center and as a haven for souvenir shopping. Metropolitan Cebu is the country's second biggest metropolis and rivals Metropolitan Manila in many ways.
Davao dazzles with its variety of picturesque landscapes: Fruit plantations and orchid farms, mantle volcano-fed hills and valleys. Virgin forests nurture rare wildlife. Coral islands lie on mirror flat water.
And the country's highest peak magnificently lords over the hinterland. Just as enchanting is its brilliantly tapestry of harmony, woven from the diverse threads of its people.
Palawan is sanctuary to an amazing variety of fauna and flora that are found nowhere else in the world.
Its waters cradle two World Heritage Sites: the Tubbataha Reefs National Park and the Puerto Princesa Underground River. Palawan's loveliness astounds even the jaded traveler.
With its white, talcum-fine beach and warm, crystalline waters, Boracay is touted to be the finest beach in Asia and one of the best in the world. This palm-studded tropical eden lure many to a lotus existence.
Baguio and Banaue
Baguio, with its nippy climate and pleasant mountain scenery, is a favored destination among artists, honeymooners, and tourists looking for a cool retreat.
Banaue's claim to fame are its rice terraces, an engineering marvel that is referred to as "the 8th wonder of the world." Inscribed in the World Heritage List, it is a living testament to man's genius at turning a rugged and forbidding terrain into a continuing source of sustenance.
Scenic Bohol casts an enigmatic charm drawn from the many archaic mementos spread throughout the oval-shaped island, including Chocolate Hills, the tarsier, 16th century watchtowers and "Jesuit Baroque" mission churches. Romblon.