Top 10 most beautiful sea heavens in Philippines
1. Boracay Island
Boracay Island has been awarded by Yahoo and TripAdvisor as one of the Best Beach in the World so many times already. It is also ranked in the top of different beach and most beautiful hot spots in the world online and offline. It is so famous around the world. Peak season is every day now. Tourists like Americans, Germans, Europeans, Italians, Koreans, Australians and many more come back here again and again.
Everything is in Boracay – restaurants, clubs, private and leisure resorts, nice hotels, spa and massage stations, diving spots, malls, bars and a lot lot more. It is a perfect spot for relaxation, honeymoon, family outing and adventure. Once you go to Boracay, you will definitely come back again and again.
How to go to Boracay from Manila?
By air: Either to Caticlan or Kalibo, Aklan
Almost all domestic airlines now serve flights to Borcay via Caticlan or Kalibo
By sea: You can find a local ferry, they also serve rides to Aklan and you can reach Boracay easily but I recommend 2Go Travel
If you want, you can select Boracay cheap travel packages. They offer very affordable and low- price trip to Boracay.
Coron tells all how wonderful and rich the Philippines is with nature’s wonder. A lot of the sea, islands and spots would tell you about history, too. FYI, amazing Japanese shipwrecks of World War II are under its super clear water. In fact, Forbes Traveller Magazine has listed these wrecks among the Top 10 Best Scuba Diving Sites in the World.
How to go to Coron, Palawan from Manila?
By air: Just reach Busuanga (about 45 minutes away from Manila by air) and you will find lots of service vehicles that will take you to Coron
By sea: Local ferries with Palawan routes
3. El Nido
El Nido is another wonderful paradise in Palawan. There are lots of Virgin Islands and beaches in Palawan but El Nido gives a big pride to the Philippines for being the “Best Beach and Island destination in the Philippines” by CNN International on 2012. El Nido is definitely on anyone’s places- to- visit list. White sands, magnificent waters, beautiful forests, nature and wildlife, you missed a lot if you’ve never been to El Nido, Palawan.
How to go to El Nido, Palawan?
By air: There is a direct flight from Manila to El Nido via Seair
By sea: Local ferries also offer rides to and from Palawan that will take you to El Nido
4. Panglao Island
Your trip to Bohol wouldn’t be complete without visiting and dipping at the breaking beach and walking along the shores of Panglao Island. It also is known as the “little paradise of pure hearts”. After visiting the Chocolate Hills, why not relax and have moments of heaven in Panglao.
How to go to Panglao Island, Bohol?
By air: From Manila, choose a flight to Tagbilaran it will take about 1 hour and fifteen minutes. From Cebu, a ferry will take you there
By sea: From Cebu, there are daily ferries that will take you there.
Siargao is also known as “surfing capital of the Philippines” located in the province of Surigao del Norte. The waves here are perfect to fell the adrenaline- rush and fun surfing the blue pristine water. Popular surfing events and tournaments occasionally held here in Siargao.
How to go to Siargao?
By air: There are direct flights from Manila to Surigao via AirPhil Express and Philippine Airlines
By sea: 2Go Travel
This is a place that you might compare to Hawaii because this beach has long continuos white sand and inviting blue waters just like the ones in Hawaii. It is so cheap to het here. When I had my Ilocos tour, I made sure to visit Pagudpud. I took the photo below during our lunch at a famous bar there.
How to go to Pagudgud?
By air: Take flights going to Laoag City. Once you’re there there are many vans and service vehicles offering tours all around Ilocos Norte and Ilocos Sur.
By land: You can also get here by driving if you’re from Luzon
7. Puerto Galera
Oriental Mindoro’s pride, Puerto Galera is one of Philippine’s favourite destination not only during summer but also for any getaway. It has many amazing beaches and resorts. This getaway hub has developed like Boracay for so many years while tourists and locals can’t stop visiting. More hotels, restaurants, beach activities, and events added life to this beautiful paradise. Puerto Galera’s water is so blue and inviting. Nighlife is also very alive and active here.
How to get to Puerto Galera?
By land: From Manila, there are public transportation services available at bus terminals. Take those rides going to Calabarzon Expressway and Batangas Pier. Then take the Ro-Ro going to Puerto Galera. Choose the beach that you want.
8. Camiguin Island
Camiguin is a pear shaped island located in northern Mindanao but what enchants tourists is that this island has been affectionately called by some as the “Garden of Eden” in the Philippines and it has great topography that will really lure you to come back again – thus come again. Popular spot here is The Cross at the Sunken Cemetery which is really intriguing why it got there.
How to go to Camiguin from Manila?
By air: Take flights going to Cagayan de Oro airport (1 hour and 20 minutes flight) then take a bus going to Balingoan, then take a ferry going to Camiguin Isaland.
By sea: From Bohol or from Cagayan de Oro, ferries will take you here
9. Dakak Park Beach Resort
Dakak Park and Beach Resort gives pride to Dapitan, Zamboanga del Norte, Dipolog in Mindanao. Their resorts have been so popular for quite a while now. There are too many private resorts and leisure spots within Dakak. Being here gives a feeling of luxury and pleasure. This place is a hub for those who prefer private moments. For sunset lovers, this is the great place for you. By the way, this place is not prone to typhoons so you can go anytime.
How to go to Dakak Park Beach Resort?
By air: From Manila, take a flight going to Dipolog (about an hour flight)
10. Puerto Princesa Beaches
Another heaven here on earth, Puerto Princesa’s stunning beaches are one of the best beaches here in the Philippines. Not only it would take your breath away with its virgin isles but you would be gobsmacked by its magnificent caves, forests and one of Nature’s Wonder of the World, the Puerto Princesa Subterranean Underground River a.k.a. St. Paul Subterranean River.
How to go to Puerto Princesa?
By air: Take a flight going to Puerto Princesa Airport, domestic airlines like AirpPhil Express, Cebu Pacific and Zest Air always have flights for this route. Then there are taxis and cab when you’re in Puerto Princesa that will take you around, anywhere you want.
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