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Many of the 7,107 Philippine
islands are ready to receive visitors after the central Philippines
recovers from the devastation of Super Typhoon Haiyan. Since the
Many of the 7,107 Philippine islands are ready to receive visitors after the central Philippines recovers from the devastation of Super Typhoon Haiyan. Since the monsoon season is here its now an ideal time for a beach getaway.
Here are 7 most famous islands to visit in Philippines
1.BORACAY, AKLAN: PARTY CENTRAL
Boracay is one of the most popular holiday destination in the Philippines and the fine white beach is one of the places that are frequently associated with Boracay. Its a four-kilometre stretch which will fill your days with discovery and adventure and at night the beach is alive with candle-lit sand castles and fire dancers and music of all genres.
2.EL NIDO AND TAYTAY, PALAWAN: LIMESTONE & LAGOONS
Palawan is truly called as the last frontier of the Philippines because it's been dubbed. The coastal town of El Nido is the gateway to wild adventure and welcomes the backpackers with a sense of adventure. It has powder fine beaches and a gin clear waters but the view is what really sells the place. off the coast of El Nido, there are majestic Snorkel and kayak dramatic limestone formations, empty lagoons, marble cliffs, prehistoric caves and waterfall.
3.OSLOB, CEBU: CLOSE ENCOUNTERS
The largest fish on the planet, whale and sharks are sighted every morning off the shores of Oslob town. Theres a Tumalog waterfall for a refreshing dip, Moalboal for diving and Carcar town for Spanish colonial house, belly busting lechon and a crunchy chicharon.
4.PANGLAO ISLAND AND PAMILACAN ISLAND, BOHOL: BEYOND BEACH BUMMING
Panglao, once a sleepy island is being roused by travellers in search of gorgeous beaches. Its a place of diverse aquatic attraction such as dolphin watching, whale spotting, diving with barracudas, sea snakes, jackfish and brilliant coral formation. Colonial heritage and eco-tourism make the province one of the countrys best destination for nature and culture. The island of Bohol famous for its Chocolate Hills, an unusual rolling terrain of more than 1,000 dome-shaped hills. The hills are named for their brown colour during this season is because the grass dries up.
5.GREAT SANTA CRUZ ISLAND, ZAMBOANGA
Pulverised red coral washed up from the seafloor mixes with white sand to produce a pink-hued beach on this Great Santa Cruz Island. The powdery beach competes with the blue and green shades of the sea and some parts of the beach are lovely in their underdeveloped state.
6.PAGUDPUD/BANGUI, ILOCOS NORTE
The coastal town of Pagudpud is on the northern tip of the island of Luzon. The rural community is a little overt commercialism and its very quiet and sleepy. Because it takes time and a lot of effort to reach Pagudpud, the wide beaches are usually empty. These beaches are best for those who enjoy mixing solitude with sun, sand and surf.
7.PALAUI ISLAND, CAGAYAN VALLEY
This island is all about raw beauty and only the brave and preserving bother to visit this isolated island. This island has glorious white sands and is surrounded by volcanic rocks on one side which kisses blue-green waters on the other. Diving and snorkelling will bring you face to face with coral gardens and a rich marine reserve. To get to the islands most prized stretch of beach requires battling thorny grass, muddy ground and a mangrove forest.