Attractions of the Philippines are very attractive for many tourists, especially as part of the former spanish colonies, located near Asia, two thirds of the population are Catholics. The country consists of over 7000 islands only 700 are inhabited. The largest islands are Mindoro, Mindanao, Luzon and Palawan.
The capital of the Philippines Manila 11 million population. Northeast archipelago bordering attractions in Borneo, and to the east is attractions of Palau, the Northern attractions of Palau is to the south - the Sulu Sea. If you decide to visit this exotic country we can offer you the most interesting sights in the Philippines.
Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park - located in the Sulu Sea with an area of 130,000 hectares and 160 kilometers from the nearest beach Puerto Princesa, Palawan Island. If you like diving and want to see the rich marine life, here are the right place.
Both atolls that make up the Tubbataha Reefs National Park are very well preserved, perhaps because of its remoteness from the coast and the relatively short time of year to visit for tourists and fishermen (from mid-March to mid-June).
The sand is very white and fine and the water is crystal clear - perfect for a relaxing holiday under the palm shade or boat in calm seas. Maybe some of you have heard of the Chocolate Hills in the Philippines.
This is a natural phenomenon that occurs only during the dry period on the island of Bohol. During the rest of the year are covered with grass and there is still much, although they are higher than 30 to 50 meters.
Located in an area of 50 square kilometers, and their number is approximately 1250. Besides this attraction around the island you can walk to the cruise boat for a day and in the evening to try the local specialties of Philippine cuisine. Only here the wild you can see the smallest mammal lemur. Puerto Princesa Sunterranean River - National Park is located on the island of Palawan and was declared a protected area by UNESCO. Here's biggest attraction is the underwater river. It is 8 km long and passes through a very interesting cave. It is convenient for tourists on a boat, because the cave of St. Paul places high enough and reminded of St. Paul's Cathedral in Italy.
According to geologists, it is the largest river in the underwater world. If you are observant, you will remember that you've seen photos online with those many beautiful and interesting rice terraces in Banaue. They are made by people 2000 years ago and used to this day for rice. The actual irrigation terraces is very impressive, the principle of cascades through well-crafted grooves. The most famous ones are the rice terraces of Batad terraces, balconies Mayoyao, large rice terrace and more.
The largest province in the Philippines with the most beautiful scenery remains the island of Palawan. It is surrounded by about 1,700 smaller islands with beautiful vegetation and beautiful beaches, a paradise for tourists capricious. Here is an opportunity for extreme hiking the wild flora and fauna of this tropical island.