1.- Big and Small Lagoon – Palawan
One of the most visited places in Palawan and the typical picture of Philippines Tourism . The lagoons are a brilliant green-blue colour like nothing you can imagine. In our opinion, between the two lagoons, the small lagoon is much more astonishing to the eye. The big lagoon offers a nice place to celebrate a destination wedding. It would be the perfect exotic wedding.
2.- The secret lagoon beach – Palawan
The original beach which inspired the book and movie, The Beach (Alex Garland). Fly to El Nido Palawan directly from Manila and make sure to go in the off season or early to be surrounded by less people who are visiting it. Fly cheaper from Cebu to Palawan with Cebu Pacific.
If you are a scuba dive fanatic this is one of the few places in the world where you can see (all year long) the Thresher Shark Also, if you are not scuba diver, you will find a relaxing white sand beach island with some of the prettiest beaches in Philippines.
If you like unique experiences, find your way to Batangas (south of San Pablo City). Here you will enjoy your lunch with your feet in the base of the big waterfall. Its very pretty, quite quirky, and definitely tourist must do experience.
4.-Carabao Islands – Romblon
North to the very famous and yet touristic beaches of Boracay, you can find the Carabo Island. Find your way to this island and enjoy it. Bliss.
Get your goggles and snorkel ready to discover a hidden world which lies un the the Philippine Islands. Narrow white sand beaches, full of flotsam (sank ships) from the II World War and some of them are reachable a short snorkel dive down (3m/10ft).
6.- Puerto Princesa Subterranean River – Palawan
Chosen as one of the new 7 Wonders of Nature (2012), hidden under a limestone mountain and you will find the 8.2 km of “boat-friendly” underground river. It is known as the largest in the world.
7.- Banaue Rice Terraces – Ifugao
Just north of Manila lie 2000 year old terraces often referred by the Filipinos as the “Eight Wonders of the World”. They are very similar to the rice fields of Sapa,Vietnam or China.
Any place we should add to our list?