Baguio is known as the Summer Capital of the Philippines. It is a quaint city atop the moutains of Benguet and serves as the entry way to Northern Luzon. It is filled with parks, museums and provides access to nearby mountains famous among seasoned hikers and tourists.
It is the center of business, commerce and education in the Northen region. Although highly urbanized, traces of the city’s history and culture can still be found scattered for visitors to discover.
Situated south of Metro Manila is the charming and fun-filled province of Batangas. It is the top choice for a quick beach getaway from the city. Batangas boasts of unique geological wonders such as the famous Taal Volcano—a small active volcano within a lake—fresh and salt-water beaches, and stunning scuba diving destinations.
Batangas is truly a paradise perfect for escapades.
Boracay is the premier tropical haven of the Philippines, a top-of-mind choice for both local and foreign tourists looking for white-sand beach adventures, widely known for its sugary white beach sand, washed by clean and clear turqoise water.
Visitors around the globe flock every year to enjoy the tranquility of Boracay's calm and relaxing beaches, savor every moment with Filipino cuisines shaped by the country's diverse and exotic culture. Engage in fun beach activities and teeming excursions the island has to offer, while reveling in night parties pack punched with the strutting coolness of live bands and amazing performers.
Boracay, simply the best.
Cebu is one of the country's biggest provinces and is the main destination of approximately 35% of visiting foreigners. It is the hub for shipping, home to some of the Philippines’ best tourist attractions and world-famous designers, and destination to enjoy the nation's best lechon (roasted whole pig).
Within the province is the sun-kissed city of Cebu, which serves as the primary gateway to two-thirds of the archipelago. It is one of the most highly-developed cities of the country.
Davao, capital of southern Philippines, is a city where the contemporary meets the traditional. Rooted in its rich culinary, cultural, and commercial history, Davao is home to a wide spectrum of great finds such as Durian, the Philippine Eagle, and the world-famous Mount Apo.
Feast your eyes on picturesque landscapes, experience true virgin wildlife first-hand, and enjoy the sight blossoming arrays of coral reefs.
For the true traveler, Davao is the place to be.
A city known for its long enduring heritage, Vigan is located in the west coast of Northern Luzon. Tourists and visitors are easily mesmerised by the beauty of its well preserved Spanish colonial and Asian architecture, museums and culinary cuisines.
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