Philippines Travel Guide

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The Philippines, a country of islands, is popular for its water and land activities. For the fish at heart, checking out the surfing and scuba diving is a must – you can become certified before you leave – and for those wanting to take in the rich land with a verdant landscape, don’t miss all of the islands’ lavish forests, beaches, and tropical hotspots. And if not for the land and sea itself, visit the Philippines for its overwhelmingly welcome locals who’ll make your vacation even more pleasant. Boasted with one of the longest coastlines in Asia, it’s worth a travel to the Philippines for its serene beaches and crystal clear waters. Some of the more noted beaches include Boracay Island, El Nido, and Camiguin Island. Philippines travel is an adventure in itself with its nightlife scene, specifically Manila and Boracay. There’s no distinction between tourist and local, making it all the more enjoyable to let loose and dance until you see the sun come up.

Things Not to Miss in the Philippines

• Paddling along the Abatan River
 • Remembering fallen WWII soldiers at memorial sites
 • Island hopping the clusters of islets
 • Trekking along the Taal volcano

When to Go to the Philippines

For optimal weather, visit the Philippines between February and May when the weather is warm and dry. It will give you more opportunities to explore everything the island has to offer without being interrupted by hurricanes or typhoons.

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