Down south in Luzon, Bicol region is famous for Mayon Volcano and spicy dishes. Head south to discover the natural beauty of Bicolandia and its provinces of Albay, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Sorsogon, Catanduanes and Masbate.
The northern part of Palawan province is blessed with crystal-clear waters, pristine beaches, and a wealth of flora and fauna. It is here that El Nido and Taytay, home of the lovely El Nido Resorts, are located. Spectacular ancient limestone cliffs tower over marine sanctuaries teeming with innumerable species of tropical fish and coral, as well as five species of endangered sea turtles.
Boracay is a small island in the Philippines located approximately 316km (196mi) south of Manila and 2km off the northwest tip of Panay Island in Western Visayas region of the Philippines. Boracay Island, its beaches have received awards from numerous travel, publications and agencies.
Puerto Princesa is the capital of the province of Palawan, which was voted again in 2016 as the No.1 World's Best Island by readers of Travel+Leisure. Considered one of the world's wonders of nature, Palawan's Underground River is the top attraction and visitors shouldn't miss the chance to boat through its limestone caverns.
Coron Island Palawan is a wedge-shaped limestone island, with few of its coastal areas being covered by mangrove forests. It has seven lakes, famous of which is the nationally-acclaimed cleanest lake in the Philippines, the Kayangan Lake. It also has a number of islands with white beaches and clear blue waters perfect for snorkeling, deepsea fishing and shipwreck diving.
Cebu City or the "Queen City of the South" on Cebu Island reigns in a group of islands comprising the Visayas region of the central Philippines. This historic city is one of the most popular jumping off-points in all of the Philippines for foreign visitors, with the busiest sea port in the Philippines and the second largest air hub.
Bohol, is a province Visayas region, comprising Bohol Island and 70-plus smaller surrounding islands. It’s known for its coral reefs, scuba diving, diverse wildlife and unusual land formations.