Why is Philippines Home to Some of the Best Beaches in the World?

 Known for many high-quality beaches that rivals that of neighboring Bali and Phuket, the Philippines is undeniably a most sought-after place for its coastal waters that both attract and captivate people from across borders. But what makes the country such a home to many beautiful beaches which its neighbors in the region could not inhabit?

You must be an avid traveler to have come with such a question which is likely inferred from personal experiences in various places across the globe, particularly within the southeast region of Asia.

It’s Just Mother Nature

When you have talked about certain places, often you criticize the subject based on few criteria: how the role of people turned something into what it is from what it was or how it is simply so natural, it took no human manipulation to its very becoming. When you look at Philippines’ stunning beaches, you do not ask whether who made it that way, they simply are.

Although we have already seen landmarks that were as a result of human ingenuity, there is still such a thing as a natural masterpiece that is devoid of human influences. The seas, particularly, is not something that people like to work into and is thus typically beyond man’s reach to innovate from.

Partly what makes the Philippines having some of the best coastal waters in the region is because Mother Nature is amazing in her untouched form. Not only is it fascinating to look at from a panoramic view, it is also as amazing at a very close setup. This beauty is even further embellished by the teeming of life which nature herself carefully supports.

Oversight of the People

For better or worse, man is nature’s safeguard. But for the country’s many beautiful beaches, there simply are the caretakers that offset the damages which man could inflict. One of the good reasons why the lovely beaches of the Philippines remain as they are is due to the watchful eyes of those who manage them.

Even places which visitors deemed as a paradise can easily be ruined as a result of lax policies or carelessness to what are inherently the country’s tourism gems.

The Country is an Archipelago

As a nation that is not bordered by any country by land, the Philippines is an archipelago. With over 7 thousand islands in its consistency, the country is a home to many charming body of waters, more or less than others.

Although the northern areas of the archipelago have their fair share of seawaters to boast for, the real highlight comes in the midst of the country, the Visayas. It is within this region where the real best coastal waters are found and is where tourists are flocking for the better part of the year.

Of course, this is not to say that the southernmost region is not without its jaw-dropping seashores, too. If you are into less of people, this particular area has some of the hidden gem places that are only known to those who dare visit them.

Best Beaches in the Philippines

The Philippines is surrounded by several bodies of water, and because of this, the country is very well-known for its elegant beaches. Some of the most visited areas in the country have some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.


Boracay is said to be the most frequented among all the islands. It has garnered the attention of beach bums, backpackers, and party animals from all over the place because of this, it has gained the title as, ‘The Island that Never Sleeps.’ This is might be due to the number of activities one can do while on the island, some these activities include, scuba diving, snorkeling, diving helmet, parasailing, kiteboarding, windsurfing, cliff diving, jungle cruises on ATVs, performances by fire dancers and a lot more. The island possesses 13 beaches, some of the largest and well-known beaches on the island with the most famous beach being the White Beach of Boracay which contains a large portion of the island’s shopping malls, nightclubs, and hotels, it gained the name because of its pure white sand.

Boracay’s natural beauty, the state of living there is being improved upon by the country’s government officials so visiting the area would not be advisable for now at least.

Boracay Travel Guides:

El Nido, Palawan

El Nido, it is known for its white sandy beaches, coral reefs, and cliffs made of limestone. Currently, it ranked 4th in the “20 Most Beautiful Beaches in the World” list of Conde Nast Traveler. While CNNGo named it as the “Best Beach and Island destination in the Philippines”. This place is one of the proofs why the Philippines is known as the Pearl of the Orient. Here are some of the places to go and what to do during your stay in El Nido: Matinloc Shrine; Nacpan-Calitang Twin Beach; Taraw Cliff; Cudugon Cave; Hidden Beach; and Snake Island. Other destinations include the Helicopter Island, Talisay Beach, Shimizu Island, Small Lagoon, Corong- Corong Beach, Las Cabanas, and many more.

El Nido Travel Guides

Bantayan Island, Cebu

Bantayan Island in Cebu has been said to be one of the oldest remnants of Philippine history since it used to be a fishing village years ago. The island is known for giving its tourists an authentic cultural experience and has become a favored spot for backpackers and tourists alike for its sheer natural beauty and serene atmosphere. The beaches of the island are said to contain white sand that is comparable to even the sand from Boracay’s White Beach. The tourist spots on the island include the Paradise Beach which a secluded stretch in Santa Fe. The next one would be the Kota Beach and Sandbar located near Kota Park. Additional spots are the Obo-ob Mangrove Eco Park, the Sts. Peter and Paul Church, the Virgin Island and the Hilantagaan Island.

Bantayan Island Travel Guide

List of Resorts in Bantayan 

Anguib Beach, St Ana, Cagayan

From the astonishing valley of Cagayan where the goldmine beaches are found, introduces the Anguib Beach of Sta. ana Cagayan. The place is free from any industrial commercial establishment and the officials of the place promote a “preserves tourist place”. Surfers/divers are more likely to build tents along the shoreline and spend the rest of the day facing the beautiful sunset and horizon. This is an ideal place for those who want to escape the noise in urban areas. Perfect camping and cooking. This place is open for all. Go there and place itself will satisfy your standards. Enjoy and Anguib beach is a place you will always go back to.


Sipalay City Beaches

Sipalay City Travel Guide

Sugar Beach, Sipalay


Sagay City Beaches

Sagay City Travel Guide

Carbin Reef Travel Guide

Lakawon Island

Lakawon Travel Guide

Calaguas Island, Camarines Norte

Calaguas Island is said to be a hidden tropical utopia only known to few brave adventurers. If you would look up Calaguas Island on the map, it will show you bunch of islands that is named Calaguas. One of the famous beaches here is the ‘Mahabang Buhangin Beach’ which can be located in Tinaga Island on the main Island of Calaguas, it has fine white sand that can also be compared to Boracay’s white sand, and the beach stretches over 3 kilometer. The beauty of the beaches here on Calaguas Island are exceptional, you can notice the clear blue sea, the fine white sands, and throughout the year it is always clean, it means even if summer comes, there will be no signs of things like moss on the ocean floors. It really is magnificent, some travelers prefer the Calaguas Islands than of the Boracay since it is said to have a more serene atmosphere due to the lower amount of tourists. To arrive at Calaguas Island you need to ride DLTB or Superlines bus from Manila, from daet, ride another bus to Paracle. Once you arrive in Paracle, ride a tricycle going to the port then find a boat going to Calaguas Island.

Hennan Beach ,Panglao

Island of Panglao, Bohol

Panglao Island is considered to be one of the top attractions in the Philippines. It is very famous for its white coral sand beaches, world-class diving spots, clear water, and wonderful coral reef formations. Tourists only need to travel 18 kilometers from the capital and the only city of Bohol, Tagbilaran City. Other attractions are very near to Panglao and just around the corner such as: Loboc River and Tarsier Sanctuary.

Bohol Travel Guide


Beaches of Anda, Bohol

East Coast White Sand Resort

Anda de Boracay

Coron, Palawan

This place houses Coron Island Natural Biotic Area which is found in the natural category of UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List. Besides its crystal clear water, white-sand beaches, and jaw-dropping landscapes, it is also known for its pearl farms, seaweed plantations, and Japanese shipwrecks from the Second World War. Due to these and its preserved underwater sanctuaries, Coron made it to the top ten best scuba diving locations in the world. Here are some of the places to visit in the breathtaking island of Coron: Kayangan Lake; Banana Island; and Maquinit Hot Springs Coron.

Sta.Cruz Island in Zamboanga City


Pink sand! That’s basically the best description anyone would give after visiting this tourist destination. Note that it is not entirely advisable to visit any time of the year since this place is sometimes busy because it is somehow near to a military base. Despite the fact, this cannot prevent tourists to visit and discover this picture-perfect island.

Siargao Island

Siargao is widely known for its beaches. There are 3 notable islands, namely, Naked Island, Guyam Island and Dako Island. Dako Island is the most accessible and it is the biggest among the three islands. You can try their decent huts and delicious coconut juice served by the locals. A very relaxing atmosphere is surrounding this island with its sand like milk and clear and blue water. Siargao completes distinction as an ecological sanctuary. The island is famous for its cloud 9 waves and because of its rich biodiversity it is a protected area and also considered as a great tourist destination. This place is a tear-shaped Island in the Philippine. It is 800 KM away from Manila in the province of Surigao del Norte. The coastline of this island is marked by reefs and white sand beaches and it is full of other small islands.

Siargao Travel Guide


Samal Island, Davao del Norte

Samal Island, Davao is just a few kilometers away, which is just around 10 to 15 minutes boat ride from Davao City. This is also one of the main factors why each time people would visit Davao City, they would usually take a quick trip to this majestic Island. The Island Garden City of Samal is the largest resort city in the Philippines. It has wonderful beaches dotting the island’s shores, hills dominate some portions of the island. Talikud Island is located southwest of the main island. Samal Island is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country with many beach resorts ready to delight any willing tourist. Samal Island, Davao has numerous marine reefs, tempting waters and tourist spots that would meet the expectations of tourists.

Samal Island Travel Guide

List of Resorts in Samal Island

Maxima Aqua Fun Samal

Palaui Island, Cagayan Valley

Palaui Island is home to 105 species of rattan and similar commercially valuable timber-producing wood species plus 25 imported shrubs and is the sanctuary for 90 migratory birds. Blessed with visually pleasing scenery giving adventure seekers and intrepid travelers with an amazing coastline, Spanish-era lighthouse, secluded beaches, breathtaking vistas and friendly people. Amazingly, this place offers a lot of sights to enjoy.

To have fun in Palaui Island and other islands in Sta. Ana here are some activities that you can try: you could do like Beach Bumming at the Pristine White Sand Beach of Anguib. Here you can relax seeing the beautiful white sand and coastal scenery of the beach as you feel the warmth of the waves come to you. Swimming and surfing are one of the activities that you could do, of course as you get tired they have a place to rest like the Anguib beach club. Enjoying the beautiful scenery of the sea, clouds, and cliffs with branches and plants near it.

Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte

Pagudpud, a town on the North Coast of Luzon Island in the Philippines, it is also known as the “Boracay of the North” because of its resort and white beaches. If you’re curious about this wonderful place, we’ll give you nine reasons why you should visit the place for you not to miss out on life. First, Pagudpud is clean and green. The place is kept clean all the time and the greenery is incredible. Second, if you want a little bit of adventure, sunbathing, and sight-seeing, try visiting Pagudpud’s crystal blue water beaches. First on the list is the Terra Rika Beach and Dive Resort found in the Saud White Beach Cove, Pagudpud. This resort is for the divers out there and it offers facilities like air-conditioned rooms, multifunction halls, and a seaside grill. Unlike other resorts, it offers WiFi connection in selected areas. Next stop, Saud Beach. This resort draws tourists with its crystal-clear water and fine white-sand. There are several inns and restaurants along its coasts. Last but certainly not the list, Maira-ira Beach. This beach is like heaven on Earth. It’s a little paradise. Before you arrive here, you’ll pass through thickly forested mountains which makes the trip more exciting and like a breath of fresh air.

Pagudpud Travel Guide

Blue Lagoon Zipline

Malapascua Island

The abundance of the ecosystem gives a lie to the water of Malapascua. A lot of tourists flock the place because of the found Thresher Shark in the area. This place is perfect for adventures such as beach hopping, cliff jumping, and biking. For all whose souls are thrill-seekers out there, this is the place where you belong.

Malapascua Travel Guide


Malamawi Island in Basilan

Filipinos have the notion that Basilan Island is a haven of terrorism. The misleading issues roaming around the country are somewhat frightening. But have you ever explore the breathtaking beauty of the island? The Malamawi Island is one of the gems needed to be seen by everyone. The phoric experiences from sceneries and beaches will make you realize how attracting the place is. Basilan is alluring despite the fallacies distorting its image, Basilan indeed is the epitome of tranquillity and beauty.

San Vicente, Palawan

Do you love going out to enjoy the heat of the sun? Then this beach is just the right destination for you. With San Vicente’s `4 kilometers of white sand that stretches along the coast, you can lie back and melt all the strain the city caused you. Along with the crystal clear blue water, you can enjoy it at most and never regret being here. That makes San Vicente a top tourist destination every summer. This chill place will surely give you the positive vibe that is so hard to find in the city. If you are looking for an Instagram worthy scenery, we have this place recommended for you. So go here on a sunny day and unwind all the stress away.

Paliton Beach, Siquijor

Acclaimed for its extravagant prominence in enticing tales of magic and enchantment, Siquijor also boasts the bliss that its tourists experience when they set their feet on the crystal clear water paired with the sight of white sand beaches. Traveling to Siquijor gives you to paradise with a touch of their rich and vast culture. It doesn’t hurt to know the fact that Siquijor is solely the island province in the Philippines that has remained faithful to its roots, especially its traditions. Offering both beauty and wonder, its name sky-rocketed on the bucket list of travelers. Siquijor is without a doubt a perfect destination for your next outing with loved ones.

Caramoan, Camarines Sur

Housing an infinite number of beach activities matched with caving, rock climbing, trekking and rappelling, Caramoan is definitely your sight for sore eyes! Known for its tantalizing white sand beaches, its popularity tops the charts of both locals and tourist. Unfortunately, one drawback of embarking in this famous spot is that the word leaving would be a long lost word in your vocabulary! Although if you’re up for the challenge, then a new adventure definitely awaits you in your next getaway trip.

Patar Beach, Bolinao Pangasinan

Your journey to this paradise in beach farm can be lengthy, wearisome and dull. But surely is worth it when you arrive here. It is a public beach without some maintenance but I guess true beauty doesn’t really require to be preserved and the shoreline is still mesmerizing to the eyes. The coastline is absolutely breathtaking for its radiance and glamour. The cost you would pay would start from as cheap as a casual traveler can afford up to as luxurious as a five-star hotel.

Gumasa Beach, Sarangani

The whole Saranggani is popular for its attractive beaches. One of which is the outstanding view in the Gumasa Beach. The place maintains its good reputation when it comes to beautiful tourist spots. Both of countryside and sceneries. You can enjoy the beach walk with the white sand, you can walk along with your family or “barkada’. You can check in into resort/s and reside for a while. Enjoy the accommodation. You can also buy seafood during your staycation, also collect local accessories and souvenir in Saranggani.

Mactan Island, Cebu

Are you looking for adventures to satisfy the wanderer inside you? Here at Mactan Island in Cebu, there is so much thing to do. Parasailing, Windsurfing, and Jet Skiing are just some of the things you can do here to feed your soul. It does not end there, there are a lot of more activities to consider. Too extra and vigorous? You can try and take some time to visit the diving sites in Olango Island- which is famous for the great diving and smoking experience they give and if all of these are too much you, you can always sit back and relax to enjoy the picturesque view of the white sand beach with the warm feeling of the sand in your back.

Mactan Island Hopping

Mactan Shrine

Dakak Beach, Dapitan, Zamboanga del Norte

This beach is perfect for those family, friends and even couples who love to spend a splendid vacation on one of the best beaches in the country. This is considered as one of the longest running resort in the country complete with its own high-class accommodation, one can truly enjoy and relax while staying here. This beach attracts tourist because of its fresh, clean and clear water. Moreover, it has a lot of activities that each one can try but for those who are really more on being adventurous and backpacking, there are also some places they can go to just around the area.

Dahican Beach in Mati, Davao Oriental

Most known for the big waves and windy environment, this place became a haven for the local as well as foreign surfers. Surfers dancing with the waves has become a usual scenario in this beach due to the fact that it is always being clocked by tourists. If you would simply want to enjoy the view without having to dance with the waves, then you may prefer laying down on the powdery sand and get your perfect tan.

Islas de Gigantes in Carles, Iloilo

From caves, to island hopping, to mysterious, to a lighthouse, and myth-filled experience, this place is the best destination for you. The variety of activities here will never bore any traveler because anyone may find something interesting here. A journey to this place will surely test your abilities in getting your way from one island to another. So be ready for a challenging vacation if you have the plan to include Isles de Gigantes in your bucket list.

White Island, Camiguin

The white Island of Camiguin is like a free man. He is different to all. Sometimes, he becomes bold and stood up but a lot of times he just shrinks. A minute with him is precious for no one sees the big part of him. Just be patient enough to see his beauty. Wait until he asks “would you like to have a walk with me?

Camiguin Travel Guide

San Antonio, Zambales

Anawangin Cove and Camara Island are two astonishing and flabbergasting must visits spots in our country. They are both located in the marvelous land of Zambales. When you go there, you can a have a camp in Pundaquit as your staying place. From there it’s a guarantee that you would enjoy island hopping going to Anawangin and Camara. Oh! And do not forget your swimming and snorkeling gears for they are both essentials for making your adventure more adventurous. You can also have a skimboarding and surfing session together with your friends and family. If you are one of those people who are not fond of water activities, you might like trekking here and capture the aesthetic picture of the island which would be perfect for your next Instagram post.

Puerto Galera, Mindoro

This place is perfect for those who would like to enjoy the presence of strangers or for those who simply want to co-celebrate their vacation. Since this place is always crowded due to its short distance from the city, it is inevitable to always have a company whenever you visit the place. Moreover, it is still something worth the try because of the wild nightlife available in the area.

Puerto Galera Travel Guide

Sambawan Island in Biliran

Make your postcard beauty into reality by visiting Sambawan Island in Biliran. Find your hidden treasure and view the secluded natural landscapes that will surely leave you stunned. Reminisce the tribal times and stay at nipa huts or test your courage by camping out in the wildness of its beaches. Be mentally and physically prepared as you enter a survival challenge of a lifetime.

Malalison/Mararison Island

Malalison Island Travel Guide

White Beach in Cagwait, Surigao del Sur

Tired of this usual and ordinary beaches in the Philippines? Looking for a different place in the country to enjoy the summer? Then, the white beach of Cagwait Surigao del Sur is the place for you. It is one of the underrated, virgin tourist spots in the Philippines. Because of the long travel time tourists need to go through, most of them choose not to visit the place thinking that it will just be a waste of money and time. Little did they know that behind the struggle is a peaceful place matched for those who want to find their inner self. Cagwait beach is best known for its superb, delicious food just like any other Surigao escapade. When you take a photo on an aerial view, the place forms a shape resembling the one of a clam. Even if the sand is not powdery, the water is crystal clear and is ideal for those who want to see the different marine species.

Britania Group of Islands in Surigao del Sur

There are a lot of amazing beaches in the country, behind the curtains is the province of Surigao del Sur that has more to unleash and uncover. Waiting for you is an archipelago that will give you a full set of island adventure. A great way to have some fun is to explore the 24 islets of Britania that also exhibits the crystal clear waters. Other islets feature white-sand beaches. There are more spectacular islets that you should definitely visit in this place such as the Naked Island and Higor Higoran. Get ready to be impressed with the amazing scenery of the place.

Beaches in Quezon Province

Quezon Province is a highly suggested location. First is Borawan, as a Filipino citizen, its name may ring a bell for it was derived from two popular tourist spots in our country, Palawan, and Boracay island. The reason for naming this destination is that it is said to be a combination of the beauty of both said places. Second, is Pagbilao which has Patayan island, Kwebang Lampas, Biliran sandbar, Silangan nayon and Pueblo for Apalya distinct for its pride with regards to performing island hopping activities. And lastly, Mauban where Cagbalete Island is generally recognized for all its native-born and rural attractiveness.

Matnog Beaches in Sorsogon

Several tourists visit this place despite the fact this is not yet too developed. This does not hinder the visitors to experience their dream getaway. Best enjoyed via island hopping, the experience of total seclusion from everything related to technology can be found here. You can even feel that as if you are isolated by staying in a tent or renting a nipa hut for a night. With the peace, serenity, and fun this place has to offer, you could definitely get your much-needed relaxation.

Sorsogon Travel Guide

 Beaches in Guimaras

From the seven daunting volcanoes of this marvelous island to its lush and appetizing mangoes- Guimaras is definitely an impressive addition to your bucket list. Included in its seemingly infinite stretches of beaches. Alubihod is definitely worthy of exploring. Indulge with its white sand beauty and snorkel on the clean water of the nearby Ave Maria Island. Be one with the environment and witness sea turtles at Lawi Marine Turtle Rescue Center. Explore Natago Beach, Guisi Beach, Tinguiban Island, and Buho Ramirez cave. Finally, search for the boundary between science and nature at SEAFDEC Research center.

Guimaras Island Travel Guide

List of Resorts in Guimaras

Nature’s Eye Resort

Magic Island Resort

Nakabuang Beach in Sabtang Island, Batanes

Sabtang Island is a masterpiece, scalped by our nature through countless years. Like Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet could take your breath away. Like the sculpture of David resembling the places defined stones and rock formations. With his eyes confident enough to shout out his beauty. Not only because of its romantic theme is the reason why people visit it nor because of the hiding sun over the horizon that seems to play with anyone who sees him. But also because of its ability to create your imagination into reality.

Kalanggaman Island in Palompon, Leyte

The island stretches to the horizon and it is surrounded by sand bars on both sides. The island itself forms a breath-taking image composed of a white-sand beach and cozy places. If you have further plans for exploring the entire island, better prepare all your paraphernalia to record your once in a lifetime experience.

Carabao Island in Romblon

The Carabao Island has 3 iconic beaches namely the Hambil, Tinapan and Lanas beach. Where you can do activities just like in Boracay. Why sacrifice a lot of money and privacy if you can go to Carabao Island in Romblon for just an hour away from Boracay? If the answer is no, then don’t waste your time and sojourn to the ravishing island of Romblon. The exquisite Carabao Island.

Biri Island

Biri Island Travel Guide

Sibang Cove in Calayan Islands, Cagayan

Calayan island will certainly bring you the peace of mind due to its undeveloped site which makes it a place not to be missed out. What also makes this island very special? It’s the Sibang Cove. Compared to other famous coves in the Philippines, you can enjoy it without compromising its elegance to heavily commercialized tourism. Prepare now for some camping equipment and witness the astonishing beauty of Calayan Islands.

Sibuyan Island in Romblon

Other than having white sand beaches, Mount Guiting- Guiting and Mount Nailog are also in Sibuyan Island. These two islands were in fact given the title Galapagos of Asia, mainly because of its seclusion among the islands in the Philippines Archipelago as well as its rich and distinct elements.

Apo Island in Dumaguete Negros Oriental

Apo Island Travel Guide

Babas Cove in Dinagat Islands

To adventure seekers who are looking for ways to pause and be secluded from this fast-pacing world, the Babas Cove is a great go-to vacation getaway for you. Just a little bit exploration could lead you to the depths of the ever-mysterious Bababu Lake. Going through the cave, the path will lead you to a feeling of fresh water on your skin to the soothing sea water.

Ampere Beach in Dipaculao, Aurora

Watching sunsets and enjoying the scenery is an ultimately relaxing thing to do, especially when accompanied by a person/s who are important to you. Unlike the popular white beaches in the Philippines Archipelago, Ampere Beach in Dipaculao Aurora is known for its attractive conditions of rocky shores. This said rocks vary information and hue which leads to the said beach to be more visually pleasing. Other than what is mention above, rugged rock formations and mini Ampere cave could also be intriguing to delve into. Although waves are quite too forceful and splash strongly to rocks and stones, this manner adds up to the aesthetic appearance of the beach.

Sumilon Island in Cebu

Cebu City has an island named Sumilon. Sumilon is from the Tagalog word “ Sumilong” because, in the past few decades, this island serves as a shelter to the fishermen when there is a typhoon. By that time, Sumilon Island is only for their shelter but right now, this island has the things that will make your life easier.

Panampangan Island in Tawi-Tawi

The island has a breathtaking scenery. Though when you visit the island, three police escort will be your chaperone but as you go with them you will experience the feeling of uneasy but despite all these anxieties you will disregard those when you are already witnessing the startling scenery.

Beaches of Siquijor

Beaches in Batangas

One of the busiest and most visited places during summer is the beach where people could ease the heat and do a lot of activities while enjoying the sunshine. Laiya Beach under the municipality of San Juan is one of these popular places for summer getaways. Laiya is a white-sand-covered beach sheltered by the mountain ranges of Batangas full of thick green trees. Offering all the beauty of the place, it is known for its rich marine ecosystem perfect for snorkeling and diving. It is also surrounded by resorts who provide and accommodate the needs of each tourist. If you want to see the blue and green side of the world, Laiya is the place for you.

Apo Reef in Occidental Mindoro

The Apo Reef has been stably integral and ecologically distinct since the very beginning which resulted for it to be annunciated as a protected site and was given the time. Apo Reef Natura Park, correlating to the said place is likewise advised as UNESCO World Heritage site. The main point of all these hardships is the 19 diving sites that one can look into. Tourist continues to come as well as go back due to the excelling and marvelous spots. Lastly, to be shared is that about the reefs are inhabited or vacant islands of Apo Island. Apo Menor and Cayos Del Bajo.

Hundred Islands in Alaminos, Pangasinan

Over the period of years, this place encounters high and low tide. In fact, there is 123 island that experiences high tide while there are also 124 islands that experience low tide. One of the most visited islands is the island of Cabarruyan, commonly known as the mother island. Throughout the year, there are a lot of activities available here like exploring many islands, mountain climbing, and learning the different types of rock formation of the caves.

Tingko Beach in Alcoy, Cebu

Tingko beach is a unique place located near Mabad-on reef, where its locale is in a small lagoon. Mabad-on Reef, composed of the reef which is only observable during low tide and suppresses when high tide occurs. Tingko beach is known by different tourists that is why people who live there always expect that every weekends and holiday, number of tourist increases. This place is loved because of its lovely sceneries. One of this is its shoreline because It is surrounded by limestone and has a length of 1,600m of sand.

Camotes Islands in Cebu

This island offers a diverse way to enjoy the place starting from swimming, island hopping, and diving activities. It is also the abode of Timubo, Buho Rock, as well as the underground cave of Guadalupe. A rejuvenating and exciting experience is rested assured once you visit the island.

Camotes Island Travel Guide

Palumbanes Island in Catanduanes

In the world where everything seems to be controlled by industrialization, inevitably, what comes next is our sole dependence on technology. The use of technological advancements is seen everywhere around us that it simply gets a little bit too much for some. Hence, their unrelenting search for a way to escape this everyday scenery. The Palumbanes Island is found in Catanduanes with fishing as the expertise of the locals. The pristine water is best for scuba diving and having a taste of the fishes that are of quality the island can offer. A well-known go-to spot found on the island is the Bitag Beach which is loved by tourists for its picturesque view and because it offers a free-of-charge experience to the public.

Ticao Island in Masbate

If you’re looking for a place that reflects the glimpse of the past, take out your bucket list and write down “Ticao Island” as soon as possible for your next destination. Being an island itself as a part of Masbate, it’s not only composed of beaches with stunning waters under the shimmering light of the sun but Ticao Island also offers grandeur springs and falls such as the Matang-tubig spring and Catandayagan Falls. Aside from picture perfect bodies of water, a breathtaking view from the Halea Nature Park will surely complete your ultimate getaway.

Maniwaya Island in Sta.Cruz, Marinduque

Unleash your adventurous spirit and take part in its fun various beach activities. After that let your eyes feast with the natural wonders of Palad sandbar and Buyabod port. Finally, succumb yourself to the affordable and comfortable accommodations of this said island.

Moalboal Beaches in Cebu

Moalboal, which is located in Cebu is known for its geographical closeness to diving sites. Not only this, it also includes white beach and Panagsama beach. Although both have white sand and clear water, each has their distinct characteristics that make it distinguishable from one another. White beach is the primary location that would lead to the increase in visitor while Panagsama Beach has more establishments, restaurants, and bars for the tourists to look into.

Moalboal Travel Guide


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  1. Gosh!!! This is amazing, I haven’t visited some of these beaches, but read most of your posts. I guess El Nido still is the best in the Philippines. I am coming back this summer. But I will surely put most of these beaches on my bucket list. Thank you, Jojo, as always you never miss to amaze me with your posts. 🙂

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