The Philippines justify all the good reason to be known as the heaven on earth with the presence of ample of white and pink sand beaches, palm trees stretch and fun activities. The Philippines have over 7,000 islands; discover the most inhabited beaches with your family or friends during your stay at the Philippines. Enriched with tropical rainforests, mangroves, coral reefs, flora and fauna, Philippines truly add life to your trip.
El Nido, Palawan
Located in the Palawan, El-Nido is considered the best due to its natural splendor and ecosystem. It is also the largest marine conservation point in the Philippines. Frequent tourists make their way to Palawan in December because the weather is dry. Weather remains pleasant until March. Scuba dive, snorkel, visit a secret lagoon, eat bird’s nest soup and hopping tour The island is famous for bird’s nest soup, stunning lagoons, and limestone cliffs. Coron Island is also located in the region of Palawan and is undoubtedly, one of its kind gems when it comes to natural beauty. It displays majestic rocky formations which gives an outlook of a paradise. It has also been listed among the 10 scuba diving sites in the world.
Known for its powdery white sands and pristine sapphire waters, Boracay is one of the exquisite beaches in the South of Manila. It has a variety of resorts and more than thousand of rooms to accommodate tourists and sight-seers. You can find a range of five stars to three stars accommodation options in the Philippines. Whether you have eyes on snorkeling, scuba diving, night parties or ethnic cuisines, Boracay has everything for tourists of all ages, tastes, and ethnic backgrounds. April to May is the time when most local, as well as international tourists, head their way to the island. So, this is considered to be the high season. There has been a lot of trend in the vicinity of an island where adventures seek to enjoy extreme sports. Depending on your tastes and preferences, you may choose your own time to visit in regard to different related factors. Monsoon casts its spells in June through November which usually invites lesser crowds on the beach.
Puerto Galera, Mindoro
Known for its exclusive diving sites and seashores, Puerto Galera boasts of an array of stunningly beautiful white sand beaches. Mindoro’s most popular island has the collection of most diverse marine species in the Philippines. Most tourists set off to experience the resort life in Puerto Galera in the months of April and crowds are at its peak till the month of June. Unlike most islands, Puerto Galera is most easy to reach from Manila by a minimum of two-three hours road drive. It is well-famed for being the safe haven of multiple marine creatures. Not only this, it also stands out for the incredible sports and water activities.
Samal Island, Davao
Located at the distance of 2 km from Davao, Samal island is the garden city of Samal. One of the most favorite vacation spots for the tourists from all across the world, Samal island entices the visitors with all its beauty in the perfect manner possible. Its white and pink sand beaches provide the perfect setting for photography. It consists of more than 70 resorts that give you an option to avail the best pick for you. Tourists enjoying lounging on the beach as well as hiking tours with or without groups. Check out the highest mountain Mount Apo in the country which is another major highlight of the Philippines. Weather remains cool, calm and dry from December and remains almost the same through March. There is no element of doubt in saying that lesser crowd means cheap tickets to the Philippines. Ferries have marked their way from the main city to beaches so visitors face no trouble in reaching the site.
Other islets include Panglao Island which is known for its surrounding architecture, Palaui Island at the Cagayan Valley is reminiscent of other unspoiled beaches and the list goes on. The best time to visit all the islands in the city remains more or less the same. The tropical weather is the reason that never stops the tourists to experience the exciting country and its stunning beaches.