Visit Worth Seeing Cities in Philippines

Visit Worth Seeing Cities in Philippines

Here you will find study trips and round trips through the metropolises of the country Philippines

Manila

Discover Manila, the capital of the Philippines and the cultural, political and economic center of the country as part of a round trip. The city is home to numerous museums, theaters, buildings, parks, universities such as the National Museum of the Philippines, the Metropolitan Museum of Manila, the “Casa Manila”, the Coconut Palace, Intramuros with the Governor’s Palace and the Cathedral of Manila, the San- Agustín Church, the golden mosque – Masjid Al-Dahab, the Malacañang Palace, the Rizal Monument in Rizal Park and much more. You will definitely remember a Manila city trip for a long time!

Palawan

Palawan is a province of the Philippines. The capital is the city of Puerto Princesa, which is governed as a highly urbanized city independently of the province.
The islands of Palawan stretch between Mindoro in the northeast and Borneo in the southwest. The province of Palawan is named after its largest island, Palawan Island, which is 450 kilometers long and 50 kilometers wide. The most important destinations of the islands are the capital Puerto Princesa, El Nido in the north and Coron Island, where travelers can relax on the beach and enjoy the best opportunities for snorkeling and diving.

History

The early history of Palawan was made by a research team led by Dr. Robert B. Fox definitely. They found evidence in the Tabon Caves that people have lived in Palawan for more than 50,000 years. The researchers discovered human bone fragments, as well as tools and other artifacts. Although the origin of the cave dwellers is not yet clear, anthropologists believe that they came from Borneo. The Tabon Caves are known today as the cradle of Filipino civilization.

Experience natural wonders

Vacationers can enjoy the jungles, mountains, and white beaches of Palawan Island. The northern part of the island is characterized by incredibly clear water, clean beaches and an amazing biodiversity. Here are the most visited places like El Nido and Taytay, characterized by limestone cliffs and underwater adventures with many species of tropical fish and corals. Five species of endangered sea turtles and around 100 different species of birds also live around and on the island! So it is a truly amazing tropical destination to relax and enjoy the vacation days.

An underground river

Palawan’s underground river has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site and also a “New 7 Wonders Nature”. It is one of the longest underground rivers in the world, running through underground caves for more than 8 km. A guided boat tour of the subterranean river Puerto Princesa is sure to take vacationers breath away.

Cebu Island

Cebu is a Philippine province in the Central Visayas region and consists of a main island and 167 surrounding islands and islets. The capital is Cebu City, the oldest city and first capital of the Philippines, which is politically independent from the provincial government. Cebu is one of the most developed provinces in the Philippines, with Cebu City as the main center for trade, education and industry. Over the past decade, it has grown into a global hub for shipping, furniture manufacturing, heavy industry, and tourism. Cebu is one of the wealthiest regions in the country. Tourism is booming and Cebu attracts nearly two million foreign travelers a year. The main attractions of the island are the white sandy beaches, especially on the northern tip of Cebu near Malapascua and on the southwest coast near Moalboal.

Picture book beaches

With its sugar-white beaches, azure blue water and pristine coral gardens, the island of Cebu in the Philippines is the perfect vacation spot. The island is long and narrow, stretching 196 kilometers from north to south and only 32 kilometers across its widest point. There are countless bays and beaches, but it is the small islands off the coast that will capture the hearts of tourists. With white beaches, clear azure blue water and amazing coral reefs right off the coast, they are a perfect vacation dream, but without the annoying mass tourism. The area is also perfect for divers, surrounded by a protected marine garden with colorful fish and neon corals. Vacationers can also enjoy the fresh seafood directly in the island’s many beach restaurants.

Exceptional diving experiences

For a truly extraordinary diving experience, however, visitors from Cebu should head to Oslob on the southern tip of Cebu. Whale sharks gather here in large numbers and swim through the remarkably clear waters near the coast. With mountains and abundant rainforest, Cebu is also home to an incredible number of spectacular waterfalls. Kawasan Falls is arguably the most significant, with a beautiful backdrop and a pool of water that is an extraordinary shade of blue. It’s also great for the adventurous: the area is a popular spot for waterfall jumping, rock climbing, and canyoning.

Visit Worth Seeing Cities in Philippines

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