Travel and Tourism Articles in the Philippines

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Mt. Kanlaon

Mt. Kanlaon

by Christian Mack on February 15, 2016
Kanlaon Volcano, also spelled as Kanla-on or Canlaon, is an active volcano on Negros Island in central Philippines. The stratovolcano straddles the provinces of Negros Occidental and Negros Oriental, approximately 30 km (19 mi) southeast of Bacolod City, the capital and most populous city of Negros Occidental.
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Batangas’ Newest Attraction: Playa Calatagan

Batangas’ Newest Attraction: Playa Calatagan

by Kaye Valdez on February 11, 2016
Formerly titled as the Forbes Park of the South, Calatagan has several beach resorts such as the Ronco Beach resort and Golden Sunset Resort. It is a popular leisure and vacation site for Manila’s rich and famous. It is also the home of the country’s first tourism estate (designed around a beach community), Playa Calatagan.
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Weekend Escape from Manila: Burot Beach Getaway

Weekend Escape from Manila: Burot Beach Getaway

by Rjay Reyes on February 10, 2016
The Philippines has many interesting beaches which include Boracay, Alona and Bulog Dos. But these havens are far away from the metro, so paradise seekers from Metro Manila need to travel long just to see those mentioned destinations. Anyway, there is no need to travel for many hours if you can just have your weekend getaway near the big city.
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Come and Witness the Alluring beauty of Capones Island

Come and Witness the Alluring beauty of Capones Island

by Jhaypee Guia on February 10, 2016
Capones Island, also known as “Isla de Gran Capon”, can be found in Pundaquit, Zambales. The island is one of the prime attractions in the province. From Manila, the trip to the island will take more or less four hours.
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Matabungkay Beach in Batangas

Matabungkay Beach in Batangas

by Jane Dacumos on February 4, 2016
The Philippines is known for its wonderful beaches and world-class leisure activities. Thousand of spots from different places are frequented by tourists, local and foreign alike, to spend vacation and have an easy escape to the bustling environ of the city. In Batangas, Matabungkay Beach is one of its proudest attractions that has been favorite destination for many locals.
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The Covert Paradise: Nagsasa Cove of San Antonio Zambales

The Covert Paradise: Nagsasa Cove of San Antonio Zambales

by Rjay Reyes on February 4, 2016
Together with the Anawangin Cove, Nagsasa Cove are among the top Philippine tourist destination in Central Luzon which are located in Zambales. Both coves are just close to major cities like Manila that’s why tourists can easily go there and have their weekend getaway on the beautiful cove.
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Pamilacan Island

Pamilacan Island

by Jane Dacumos on February 3, 2016
I am a dolphin lover because dolphins possess unique intelligence and playful spirits. In the very heart of Bohol, there lies a small island where one can get a chance to watch dolphins and play with them. It is the Pamilacan Island, a 45-minute pump boat ride from the town of Baclayon and composed of three sitios, one facing Baclayon, another amid an island and a third sitio on the southern coast.
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Salagdoong Beach

Salagdoong Beach

by Erick Jayson Correa on February 3, 2016
Salagdoong Beach is a public beach and as such it is a government-owned resort. It can be found in the town of Maria, Siquijor. It is nestled on the eastern part of the island. The management of the beach is left under the auspices of the Provincial Tourism Office.
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Sabtang Island

Sabtang Island

by Kheem Caparas on January 27, 2016
Sabtang Island is one of many majestic islands that the Philippines is known for. Undisturbed and unspoiled, the island has lots of natural attractions guaranteed to satisfy the most sophisticated of nature lovers.
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Niludhan Fallsss!!

Niludhan Fallsss!!

by Michael Ocampo on January 26, 2016
The Niludhan Falls is very accessible and only a short fifty meter walk from the national highway.
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