Top 5 Best Tourist Destination in The Philippines

The Philippines has many tourist destinations for tourists who want to enjoy a year-end holiday. Like holidays on the beach, enjoying Filipino food to hiking.

The Philippines has the same tropical climate as countries located in Southeast Asia, which are traversed by the Equator.

The Philippines also has high rainfall. At certain times in the Philippines, a typhoon heals is called typhoon nina. For transportation, you can travel by air, land, or sea to travel between regions.

5 Best Attractions in the Philippines Next, we will discuss Philippine tourist destinations that you can visit while on vacation there. Boracay There is a reason that Boracay Island is considered the beach capital of the Philippines because there are more than 12 beaches.
Top 5 Best Tourist Destination in The Philippines

Commercial airlines have fixed schedule flights to various islands and resorts, as well as to other major destinations.

If you want to access daily buses to various regions and other cities, visitors can access them from 06.00-24.00.

You can also use jeepneys, taxis, buses, and other public transportation such as tricles, car rental services and Metro Rail Transit (MRT). 

5 Best Attractions in the Philippines

Next, we will discuss Philippine tourist destinations that you can visit while on vacation there.

Boracay

Boracay Island is considered the beach capital of the Philippines because there are more than 12 beaches.  This tiny island in the west Visayas region is ideal for beach-goers who are after simple relaxation in the sun or water activities.   White Beach, on the west side of the island, is one of the best beaches in the Philippines.
Boracay Island

There is a reason that Boracay Island is considered the beach capital of the Philippines because there are more than 12 beaches.

This tiny island in the west Visayas region is ideal for beach-goers who are after simple relaxation in the sun or water activities. 

White Beach, on the west side of the island, is one of the best beaches in the Philippines.

Puka Shell Beach is on the tip of the island and is a favorite spot for shell collectors. Cagban Beach is a quiet spot with nearby caves that are rumored to still contain treasure chests. 

Diniwid Beach is a tiny beach at the north end of White Beach that has the best view of the island from a platform rock located there. 

This island is known for its many resorts, so finding a place to stay is easy. For a panoramic view of the island, take a day trip to Mount Luho, its highest point.

Bohol

Bohol is home to a family-owned sanctuary for the tiny Tarsier primate, known for its large engaging eyes.   For a small fee, you can take an intimate walk through the grounds and stand inches away from the small nocturnal mammal. The showcase of Bohol is the beach.
The island of Bohol 

The island of Bohol in the Philippines' central Visayas region runs at a slower pace, and it's a destination that showcases the country's natural beauty. 

One of the most unique natural wonders on the island is the Chocolate Hills in Carmen. 

This UNESCO-protected site is a collection of 1,200 geological formations that turn brown in the dry season, resembling a landscape of chocolate candy kisses.

Bohol is home to a family-owned sanctuary for the tiny Tarsier primate, known for its large engaging eyes. 

For a small fee, you can take an intimate walk through the grounds and stand inches away from the small nocturnal mammal. The showcase of Bohol is the beach.

Manila

The Philippines capital of Manila, on the island of Luzon, is a bustling city with non-stop activity.   Hop on board one of the colorful jeepneys, the main form of public transportation, to get a taste of local life while you visit the city's top attractions.
Manila Jeepney in Best Place

The Philippines capital of Manila, on the island of Luzon, is a bustling city with non-stop activity. 

Hop on board one of the colorful jeepneys, the main form of public transportation, to get a taste of local life while you visit the city's top attractions. 

Usually over-packed with locals, the bumpy ride through the streets on the iconic and kitschy jeep/bus hybrid vehicles will be one of the highlights of your visit.

Plan stops to the main park in the city, Rizal Park, and the historical San Agustin Church that was built in the 16th century. 

Buy local fruits and handmade gifts at the public market at Quiapo Church, where you are likely to see several thousand people show up on Fridays for worship.

Palawan

Perched in the region of Mimaropa, the islands of Palawan are one of the best places in the Philippines to explore.  With the lost Crystal clear turquoise water I’ve seen, and a history spanning over 50,000 years, it’s an idyllic place to explore on your trip.   Whilst in Palawan, make sure to visit El Nido which is perched on the most easterly part of the main island.
Palawan Philippines Islands

Perched in the region of Mimaropa, the islands of Palawan are one of the best places in the Philippines to explore.

With the lost Crystal clear turquoise water I’ve seen, and a history spanning over 50,000 years, it’s an idyllic place to explore on your trip. 

Whilst in Palawan, make sure to visit El Nido which is perched on the most easterly part of the main island.

Once here, make sure to wander around El Nido town and hire your own boat (whilst making sure to barter) to visit the stunning Bacuit archipelago. 

Each island in the Bacuit archipelago features the most imposing karst cliffs and clear waters that I’ve ever seen. There’s also ample spots for snorkelling too.

Now, to get here, either take one of the larger planes from Manila (or Bohol etc) to  Puerto Princesa and then drive around 5-6 hours (depending on how crazily fast your driver goes) to get to El Nido itself. 

Alternatively, fly straight to El Nido on a smaller plane with Air Swift that flies from Manila.

Alternatively, if El Nido doesn’t take your fancy, pop over to the Palawanese island of Coron that’s around 60-80km from El Nido.

Now, it’s best to get to Coron via the ferry or with Air Swift (which only takes 25 minutes).

Cebu

Home to beach resorts and dive sites to boot the island of Cebu is an outdoor lovers playground. It really is one of the best places in the Philippines if you’re a bit of a water baby.  Now, we didn’t go snorkelling with Whale Sharks whilst here as we’d heard some stories about how the Whale Sharks are fed on the tours themselves.
Cebu Philippines Islands

Home to beach resorts and dive sites to boot the island of Cebu is an outdoor lovers playground. It really is one of the best places in the Philippines if you’re a bit of a water baby.

Now, we didn’t go snorkelling with Whale Sharks whilst here as we’d heard some stories about how the Whale Sharks are fed on the tours themselves. 

Apparently, this actually means that the Whale Sharks don’t actually leave the area (which they naturally do) and end up not reproducing. 

This all means that numbers dwindle as the whale sharks become used to being fed by humans.

Keep this to mind when thinking of going on a tour and ask as many questions as you need to. Reckless feeding actually ends up killing the long-term survival of the species.

Now, in the south-west of Cebu is the stunning Kawasan Falls, which is honestly one of the best places in the Philippines to see. 

Just make sure to take some waterproof shoes you can wear for a swim, the area can get rocky and quite slippy.

Right down near the southern tip of Cebu, Tumalog waterfall is another great spot to visit if you’re in the south of the island. Just make sure to take some pesos for entrance fees.

How about after traveling around the Philippines, already satisfied, right? Yes, this one country is indeed incessantly introducing outside tourism. 

If you are still curious, please visit this country and explore its tourist attractions.