The Art of Travel: Be Light As A Feather

Limit the things you carry with you throughout the trip. Most of the things you might require are easily available upon arrival. Just bring basic travelling necessities and your own special personal needs.

The Art of Travel: Dress Free

Casual dress is appropraite all year round in tropical Philippine weather. It is especially ideal to wear clothing in light cotton fabric.

The Art of Travel: Be A Cub Scout

It is a good idea to use a belt bag to put your money, passport and other valuables when on the road rather than a bag for safety purposes. Also, make sure to bring photocopies of your passport and tickets just incase.

The Art of Travel: Have An Eagle Eye

Be aware of where you leave your bags and other valuables in public places. It might be safer to leave them in your hotel safe.

The Art of Travel: Don't Be Afraid

Filipinos are very friendly and welcoming people. Don't be afraid to smile and start conversions with them.

Top Destinations


Bacolod
The “city of smiles” is more than just positive attitude and pearly whites. It is a veritable mix of fun-loving people and an eclectic amalgamation of historic sites and stunning vistas. Sites like San Sebastian Cathedral, Palacio Episcopal, the Fountain of Justice, the Diocesan Shrine of St. Thaddeus, Sta. Clara Chapel, the Capitol Park and Lagoon, the Negros Museum, the Yulo Ancestral House, and the Lizares Mansion are some of the city’s must-visit sites. So what are you waiting for? Get your tickets booked without further ado, and experience Bacolod’s warm hospitality and eye-pleasing wonders.

Baguio
Known as the “Summer Capital of the Philippines,” Baguio City is home to the Panagbenga Festival, and is one of the most famous summer destinations in the country because of its temperate climate, friendly locals, astonishing views, cultural wonders, and excellent food. The attractions of Baguio include Camp John Hay, Burnham Park, Mines View Park, Tam-Awan Village, Bencab Museum, and of course, the panoramic view of the mountains. Explore and have a great adventure in Baguio!

Batangas
Home of Taal Lake and Volcano, Batangas is known not only for the “lake within a lake,” but also for its rich history and historical sites, and its strategic location. Now known as the gateway to Manila for the Strong Republic Nautical Highway (a virtual expressway that includes oversea trips via RO-RO [roll-on, roll-off] ships), Batangas also has its International and Container Port, which helps alleviate the freight and passenger traffic of the Manila Port Area. Aside from Taal Volcano and Lake, Batangas also has numerous beaches and tourist spots like those in Matabungkay, Nasugbu, Calatagan, Calaca, Lemery, Taal itself, San Luis, Anilao, Bauan, Lobo, and Laiya. Island tourist destinations include: Tingloy, Ligpo Island, Sombrero Island, and Fortune Island. Even its Industrial Parks and manufacturing industries along the shoreline add to its unique physical features. Batangas is also known for the Balisong (butterfly knife), for the panutsa (peanut brittle), suman (rice cakes), and for its Batangueño shirts and the Barong Tagalog (Filipino national costume).

Bohol
The tenth largest island in the Philippines. It is one of the bigger islands in 'the Visayas', the group of islands in the center of the Philippines.  Bohol is, together with 72 small islands around the main island, an island province of 4117 square kilometer. Agriculture, together with the tourism, are the two dominating economic sectors of the main island Bohol. Known mostly for its world-famous Chocolate Hills, Bohol is nevertheless more than first meets the eye. Its rainforests teem with wildlife and the world-renowned Philippine Tarsier is endemic to this colorful island. Loboc River, Danao, and Baclayon Church, as well as other small islands are a must-see when in Bohol. Come enjoy nature and the wild at its best, without leaving out civilization and historical grandeur and explore Bohol.

Boracay (Caticlan) Tips: How to go there?

Out of all the islands in the world, Travel+Leisure Magazine chose to name Boracay as its Best Overall Island of 2012. Located in Malay, Aklan, Western Visayas, Boracay is just seven kilometers long, and less than a kilometer wide at its narrowest point – a postcard-sized tropical paradise. Boasts everything an island paradise has got, with a lot of add-ons. Pure, clear, blue waters? Yep. Milk-white sand beaches? Sure thing. Sun-kissed landscape? Right. Thrilling adventures and activities? Spot on! Beautiful ladies? Heck, yeah! This island may only be seven kilometers long and less than a kilometer wide at its narrowest point, but it’s filled from end to end with astonishing views and great, unforgettable adventures! Truly everything you need in an island paradise can be found here, and then some! With a mix of world-class panorama, excellent service, and access to modern facilities and conveniences, Boracay is the ultimate vacation destination, bar none.

Busuanga(Coron)
Coron, home to numerous resorts that attract thousand of tourists year round, is a quiet town located southeast of the island of Busuanga, at the northern end of Palawan, Philippines. Aside from fishing, the main industry here tourism, with the place’s World War II shipwrecks being a popular destination for diving.
Many key attractions are found on Coron Island itself. (Coron Town must not be mistaken with Coron Island; the latter is located across the town, accessible by boat.) Coron Island is the ancestral domain of the Tagbanua indigenous people who are managing the island in a sustainable way. Here are a good number of beautiful beaches, mostly small and surrounded by large limestone cliffs and a thriving wildlife. Kayangan, Twin Lagoon, and Barracuda Lakes, among the most stunning attractions here, are all great snorkeling destinations.

Camiquin Island
Camiguin is the second smallest island of the Philippines in both area and population. It is just 23 kilometers at its longest and just a bit more than 14 kilometers at its widest. Within this small area lie seven volcanoes. Lovely little Camiguin is the island “born of fire.”Much of the island was formed through earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. In the late 1800s, for example, the eruption of Mt. Vulcan submerged the old town of Catarman – pushing it below the sea, leaving behind the ruins of a church and its bell tower.
Many come to this island for diving. But it’s the volcanoes, the therapeutic volcanic black sand and the white-sand beaches that tourists are crazy about. Lonely Planet say’s drop it down next to Hawaii and it wouldn’t look out of place.
- See more at: http://www.govisitphilippines.com/quick-facts.php?province=Camiguin#sthash.Xu4KwRX3.dpuf
The second smallest island of the Philippines in both area and population. It is just 23 kilometers at its longest and just a bit more than 14 kilometers at its widest. Within this small area lie seven volcanoes. Lovely little Camiguin is the island “born of fire.”Much of the island was formed through earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. In the late 1800s, for example, the eruption of Mt. Vulcan submerged the old town of Catarman – pushing it below the sea, leaving behind the ruins of a church and its bell tower. Many come to this island for diving. But it’s the volcanoes, the therapeutic volcanic black sand and the white-sand beaches that tourists are crazy about. Lonely Planet say’s drop it down next to Hawaii and it wouldn’t look out of place.
Camiguin is the second smallest island of the Philippines in both area and population. It is just 23 kilometers at its longest and just a bit more than 14 kilometers at its widest. Within this small area lie seven volcanoes. Lovely little Camiguin is the island “born of fire.”Much of the island was formed through earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. In the late 1800s, for example, the eruption of Mt. Vulcan submerged the old town of Catarman – pushing it below the sea, leaving behind the ruins of a church and its bell tower.
Many come to this island for diving. But it’s the volcanoes, the therapeutic volcanic black sand and the white-sand beaches that tourists are crazy about. Lonely Planet say’s drop it down next to Hawaii and it wouldn’t look out of place.
- See more at: http://www.govisitphilippines.com/quick-facts.php?province=Camiguin#sthash.Xu4KwRX3.dpuf
Camiguin is the second smallest island of the Philippines in both area and population. It is just 23 kilometers at its longest and just a bit more than 14 kilometers at its widest. Within this small area lie seven volcanoes. Lovely little Camiguin is the island “born of fire.”Much of the island was formed through earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. In the late 1800s, for example, the eruption of Mt. Vulcan submerged the old town of Catarman – pushing it below the sea, leaving behind the ruins of a church and its bell tower.
Many come to this island for diving. But it’s the volcanoes, the therapeutic volcanic black sand and the white-sand beaches that tourists are crazy about. Lonely Planet say’s drop it down next to Hawaii and it wouldn’t look out of place.
- See more at: http://www.govisitphilippines.com/quick-facts.php?province=Camiguin#sthash.Xu4KwRX3.dpuf

Cebu, The Queen City of the south 
The capital of Cebu island is Cebu City. Cebu City is the first Spanish settlement in the country and the oldest city in the country. In the beginning of the 16th century the Spaniards arrived in the southern part of the Philippines. Since then Cebu City has been  the centre of trade and commerce in the southern part of the Philippines. Many tourists from abroad will directly fly to Cebu's airport. From Cebu they spread out by boat to the many islands in the Visayas or they stay on Cebu island. On Mactan island tourism is well developed. Many dive centres and dive resorts (more than 75) arrange day excursions and diving safaris to  the surrounding dive sites. Not only in the  nearby waters, but especially to the nearby small islands. Cebu became the country's top tourist destination.

Davao

Dumaguete
The Capital City of Negros Oriental has many things to discover and adventure: a convenient Gateway City to the Beaches, Dive Sspots, Eco-Adventures of the Province, Siquijor Island, of the southern tip of Cebu Island, and of Northwestern Mindanao; a quaint University Town with an atmosphere that’s youthful and fun; and, a bustling ICT Industry Town with over 9000 employees directly working in BPOs, KPOs, and ICT-enabled businesses.

A person from Dumaguete City is called a "Dumagueteño". The city is nicknamed The City of Gentle People. The city attracts a considerable number of foreign tourists, particularly Europeans, because of easy ferry access from Cebu City, the availability of beach resorts and dive sites, and the attraction of dolphin and whale watching in nearby Bais Bay.

El Nido
Metro Manila
Puerto Princesa (Palawan )
Siquijor
Subic
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