adventure and travel

Top Beach Destinations in the Philippines

Article by: Tiziana Piatos
The Philippines is a refuge for beach enthusiasts and adventurers. Those adrenaline junkies will discover shrouded jewels inside the country’s most perfect shorelines.
It’s the ideal opportunity for you to take a break from the busy schedule by traveling to these fantastic shoreline goals. If you are making plans for your well-deserved getaway, here are the recommended beaches for you.

1. Boracay Island, Aklan 
Praised for its beautiful white sands and flawless blue waters, Boracay is a standout amongst the most prominent tourist destinations in the Philippines. It is again open for business after President Rodrigo Duterte shut the island to the travelers for a cleanup operation to reclaim its glory. There are domestic flights available from Philippine Airlines, AirAsia, and Cebu Pacific for you to go to Boracay.

Boracay Island, Aklan (Photo from cntraveler.com via Pinterest)

2. Panglao, Bohol 
Panglao is situated in the Southwestern section of Bohol. It also has white sand and turquoise water, yet it’s unique on account of the various accommodations in the region. Panglao is accessible from Bohol by flying into Bohol-Panglao International Airport from different airline carriers such as Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific, and AirAsia.

Panglao, Bohol (Photo from travelandleisure.com via Pinterest)

3. Siargao Island, Surigao del Norte 
Siargao gives you the “genuine” island vibe — palm trees, white sand shorelines, business foundations, nightlife, among others. It’s turned out to be well known over the previous years. Domestic carriers offer direct flights to the island from key urban cities such as Manila, Cebu, and Davao. So going there has turned into much increasingly advantageous also.

(Photo from partwaythere.com via Pinterest)

4. El Nido, Palawan 
The island is honored with various pocket caverns, fantastic shorelines, and pleasant seascape. El Nido is likewise appreciated for its lavish forest and limestone precipices. It additionally has the biggest shelter for aquatic resources having the most diverse ecosystem in the nation. Visitors can come to El Nido through non-stop flights to Puerto Princesa, Palawan. The adventure proceeds with a land trip from Puerto Princesa Airport up to El Nido that would take between 4.5 to 6 hours.
El Nido, Palawan (Photo from Vicky Aggelopoulou via Pinterest)

El Nido, Palawan (Photo from Vicky Aggelopoulou via Pinterest)

5. Bantayan Island, Cebu 
Cebu’s northern side is additionally home to another tropical hideaway that matches the white sands of Boracay. The spot is still moderately untouched by urban life. Guests can appreciate a progressively laid-back time here on many days of the year. Getting to the island takes around four to six hours if you’re from Cebu City via land travel. There are likewise non-stop flights from Mactan Cebu International Airport to Bantayan Island which would take 40 to 50 minutes.
Bantayan Island, Cebu (Photo from Will Weister via Pinterest)

Bantayan Island, Cebu (Photo from Will Weister via Pinterest)

The Philippines is to be sure one of the ultimate beach goals on the planet. Booking a trip to its stunning islands are made increasingly available by mobile applications. It’s an ideal opportunity to gather those packs and call your family and companions for a trip like no other.


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