Where to go in an archipelagic country of over 7,600 islands? Here are my top picks for travelers who want to discover beautiful destinations in the Philippines.

Let’s start off with the top destinations that are both exceptionally beautiful and easy to reach, perfect for first-time visitors. Next, I’m going to share some spots that truly stand out from the other destinations in the country.

For those who want to see more of the Philippines, I’ve also included a long list of popular destinations and interesting places, so you can enjoy a virtual tour of what my home country has to offer.

See also:  The best beaches in the Philippines | Philippines’ most beautiful waterfalls.

Top Spots For First-Timers

1. Siargao

Location: Surigao del Norte province, Caraga Region, Northeast Mindanao. Save on Google Maps.

Siargao made its first claim to fame as the Philippines’ surfing capital, and recently as the “Best Island in the World” (awarded by Condé Nast readers for 2018).

This paradise has been on my favorites list ever since my first trip to the island a decade ago. What impressed me the most were the enchanting lagoons of Sohoton Cove, a natural wonder that’s well worth the 2-hour detour from the Cloud 9 surfing beach. The main island is filled with pristine natural spots as well, including white sand beaches, stunning islets, vast coconut forests, cool tidal pools & more.

If you want to enjoy a laidback island lifestyle, Siargao is one of the best places that tourists can go to. You’ll find a mix of “foreign” and “local” here. It is remote yet accessible, and not too crowded despite the coming of new developments in recent years.

How to go: Located off the northeast coast of Mindanao facing the Pacific Ocean, Siargao is best reached by air. Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines serve direct flights from Manila, Cebu, and Clark to Sayak Airport (IAO) in Siargao Island. Flight duration is 2 hours from Manila or 1 hour from Cebu. Cloud 9 beach, the main tourist area of Siargao is 45 minutes away from Siargao Airport by land. You can also reach Siargao by taking a flight to Surigao Airport (SUG), then a 1.5-hour fastcraft ferry to Dapa Port in Siargao Island.

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2. El Nido

Location: Northern Palawan province, MIMAROPA Region (West Central Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

You came to the country to see spectacular beaches and island views. El Nido in Palawan province will not disappoint. In terms of spectacular “over-the-water” sea views, El Nido is my favorite in the Philippines. Imagine hidden lagoons, uninhabited white sand beaches and massive forest-covered limestone mountains rising out of pristine tropical waters. The “SEAnery” here rivals popular destinations in Asia like Phi Phi/Krabi Islands (Thailand) and Ha Long Bay (Vietnam).

The experience of spending a whole day out on the islands is nothing short of incredible. The area of Bacuit Bay is spread over a large area, so spend at least two full days for the island hopping tours (Tour A & Tour C are the best).

How to go: Most travelers arrive in El Nido on a 1.5-hour flight to Puerto Princesa Airport (PPS), followed by a 5 to 6-hour shuttle ride. If you want to skip the long land journey, fly directly to El Nido from Manila (1 hour), Cebu or Boracay-Caticlan. This is the fastest but more expensive way. For adventurous travelers who want to maximize their trip, book a flight to Coron-Busuanga Airport (USU) and continue the sea journey to El Nido by ferry.

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3. Coron

Location: Northern Palawan province, MIMAROPA Region (West Central Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

In contrast to El Nido’s amazing “over water” views, go to Coron for spectacular underwater views. Here, you can see colorful coral gardens, pristine waters, lots of marine life, and even sunken WWII Japanese shipwrecks. Don’t get me wrong, Coron can hold its own when it comes to scenic views over the water as well. This paradise is home to hidden emerald/blue lagoons surrounded by limestone cliffs. There’s no shortage of incredibly beautiful fine white sand beaches in Coron either.

How to go: Coron Airport located on the north side of Busuanga Island serves flights from Manila. Book a flight with Cebu Pacific / Cebgo, Philippine Airlines / PAL Express, Skyjet or Air Juan. Travel time by plane is around 1 hour. There are also El Nido-Coron slow ferries route that you can take if you want to visit both destinations + Puerto Princesa in one trip.

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Coron OR El Nido? What to choose if you were to pick just one? BOTH are incredibly beautiful. You probably won’t feel like you’ve missed out after visiting one and skipping the other. If you have limited time, go for Coron since it’s more compact and accessible when it comes to flying in. Visit then El Nido if you plan to visit other spots in Palawan like Puerto Princesa or Port Barton.

Coron and El Nido share a lot of similarities, including their biggest downsides: (1) They are increasingly becoming more touristic by the year, (2) The town proper/poblacion area, where most of the tourists stay can be quite an uninspiring place. That said, you can easily remedy this by booking a hotel farther out from town. Or, if you are set on a splurge, stay at one of the exclusive island resorts.

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4. Cebu

Location: Central Visayas (Central Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

Cebu is the country’s #1 most visited tourist destination, and for good reason. It is unrivaled in offering the widest range of things to do and attractions. Cebu is like the “Jack of all trades” among tourist spots in the Philippines.

You can get enjoy scenic natural sites (waterfalls, beaches, mountain views etc.), have exciting wildlife encounters, join a colonial heritage tour, shop at some of the World’s largest malls, or indulge yourself in local food including the prized Cebu Lechon! You can do all of these easily while staying at a luxury resort in Mactan Island, centrally located hotel/airbnb in the city, or a peaceful beachfront resort in the countryside. Your choice!

If that’s not enough, you can easily hop to nearby islands like Bohol, Negros (Dumaguete) or other major cities. Take full advantage of Cebu’s strategic location in Central Philippines and well-connected flight/ferry network.

How to go: Cebu-Mactan International Airport in Mactan Island serves direct flights from all major cities in the Philippines as well as international flights from Asia and North America. Flight duration is 1h30m from Manila, 3h 40m from Singapore and 2h50m from Hong Kong. From the airport

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5. Boracay Island & Aklan

Location: Aklan province, Western Visayas region (Central Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

Boracay is a vacationer’s paradise. Taking center stage is 4-kilometer White Beach, prized for its incredibly inviting blue waters, fine white sand, and perfect sunsets. This island is the place to go if you want to take it easy and you’re looking forward to enjoying a tropical resort experience. As you can expect, Boracay caters to a more upscale crowd, but don’t fret, there are many budget-friendly options available.

Boracay is small but packs a lot of attractions. Here you can find excellent dining, a wide variety of places to stay, souvenir shopping, and lots of fun water activities, and some nightlife all in one sandy stretch.

Boracay’s White Beach is a class of its own when it comes to how fine and white the sand is. From my extensive travels in the country, there’s only one lengthy beach that has sand whiter and finer than White Beach. You can find it in the group of islands featured next on this list.

How to go: Touchdown at either Boracay-Caticlan Airport (MPH) or Kalibo International Airport (KLO). From Caticlan, the ferry to Boracay only takes less than 20 minutes. Most travelers transit via Kalibo because the airport serves more airlines/flights/destination and airfares are usually lower. Travel time from Kalibo to Caticlan takes 1 hour by land.

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The Standouts

These places take more time to visit but are well worth the journey if you’re up for an adventure.

6. Balabac Islands

Location: Southern Palawan province, MIMAROPA Region (West Central Philippines)

If you’re looking for the best beaches & most vibrant waters in the Philippines, look nowhere else. Balabac is worth a spot at the VERY TOP of your bucketlist.

Balabac is the southernmost group of islands in Palawan. It is so far south that Sabah, in East Malaysia is nearer to Balabac than Puerto Princesa, the provincial capital of Palawan.

The main draw here are 31 gorgeous islands still vastly undiscovered by tourist crowds. These islands are surrounded by pristine, crystal clear waters and white sand beaches. Yes, the sandy shores of many beaches here are a blinding white to off-white, many even have a blushed pink hue! The best spots you shouldn’t miss in Balabac are: (1) Onuk Island & its crystal blue waters sprawling as far as the eye can see; (2) Bugsuk Island, home to the most powdery, whitest sand beach in the Philippines; and (3) Camiaran Island & pink sand beach.

How to go: To get to Balabac from Puerto Princesa, you will need to make a transit stop in Rio Tuba, Bataraza where you catch boats to the islands of Balabac. Rio Tuba is 4 to 5 hours south of Puerto Princesa by land. From Rio Tuba, you can go on a passenger boat to Balabac Island (mainland). Or, hire a boat for your island hopping tour. The sea journey from Rio Tuba to Balabac Island takes around 4 hours.

Balabac is remote and not easy to reach, which is why I don’t readily recommend the place to first-timers. You must really want to visit this place. It takes time to visit and you’ll have to let go of touristic conveniences.

7. Batanes Islands

Location: Cagayan Valley region (Northern Philippines)

Previously, many readers have asked me why I did not include Batanes as one of the best places to go in the Philippines. The answer is simple: I haven’t been there yet. It’s still on my bucketlist! But due to popular demand, I am including Batanes now. So, comment below if you have a place in mind that you think should be included! I might have to add it to my bucketlist too.

Batanes is the northernmost province of the Philippines. The islands are remote, shaped by volcanic forces and strong typhoons. The natural landscape of Batanes is distinct from other parts of the Philippines. Here you’ll find vibrant green rolling hills, grazing cows, steep seaside cliffs, sparkling clear blue waters, traditional stone houses, and iconic lighthouses.

Travelers often describe its Batanes’ beauty as wild, overwhelming, and incredibly scenic. Looking at pictures and vlogs, I can see why it’s a popular choice among adventure seekers.

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8. Sagada

Location: Sagada, Mountain Province, Cordillera region, Luzon (Northern Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

The Philippines isn’t just all about postcard-perfect beaches. It has cool highland destinations too! If you want to be close to nature and the Philippines’ mountain culture, venture north of Manila and visit Sagada. You can find this small town high in the mist-covered Cordillera (mountain range) of Northern Luzon.

Surrounded by spectacular mountain views, Sagada is most-known for the bizarre hanging coffins, a burial tradition that has survived for over 2,000 years. When in town, don’t miss the cave connection tour (Sumaging-Lumiang Cave), sunrise view from above a sea of clouds at Kiltepan Peak, the local coffee (best in PH) & hike to the many waterfalls in the area including Bomod-ok Falls and Pongas Falls.

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9. Banaue, Ifugao

Location: Ifugao province, Cordillera Region. Save on Google Maps.

Banaue is another popular destination in the Cordillera region. Here, you can find the famous Banaue Rice Terraces, extraordinary rice paddies terraced like staircases for giants, following the contours of entire mountainsides. This ancient man-made marvel was built by the Ifugao people some 2,000 years ago and passed on from generation to generation. Banaue is also the gateway to the Ifugao Rice Terraces, included in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites.

Have a memorable local experience by spending the night at a homestay in one of the small villages like Batad or Banga-an. Get immersed in the culture of the Ifugao people, wake-up to a view of the rice terraces with a hot cup of local coffee, and go on the breathtaking hike to Tappiya Waterfalls.

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10. Vigan

Location: Ilocos Norte province, Ilocos region, Luzon (Northern Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

Vigan is the best-preserved Spanish-colonial town in Asia. If you’re a lover of old cities, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is a must-visit.

You’ll feel like you’ve traveled back in time (to 16th-century Philipines) as you explore Vigan. This heritage city is filled with cobblestone paths, horse-drawn carriages, centuries-old churches, and buildings. Get the ultimate Vigan experience by booking your room at one of the old Spanish-colonial ancestral homes.

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11. Iligan

Location: Lanao del Norte province, Northern Mindanao region (Southern Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

Iligan the Philippines’ City of Majestic Waterfalls deserves a spot on your bucketlist if you’re a lover of waterfalls (like me). This city in Northern Mindanao is home to many of the Philippines’ most beautiful waterfalls. My favorites in Iligan include (1) Tinago Falls with its incredibly enchanting blue-green pool surrounded by the rainforest, (2) Maria Cristina Falls (massive twin waterfall), and the remote (3) Limunsudan Falls (the highest two-tiered in the Philippines).

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Sharing these major flight gateways and popular tourist destinations. All of these places have their own special set of bucketlist-worthy attractions. This just goes to show that you can find beautiful spots all over the Philippines and how incredibly difficult it is to select just a few, to make this list of best places to visit. The following not listed by rank.

12. Manila

Location: Metro Manila capital region, Luzon (Northern Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

Manila offers many attractions for travelers. Historic Intramuros is a good place to start. This walled city is filled with Spanish-era architecture including the Manila Cathedral, Fort Santiago, and San Agustin Church (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). Meanwhile, Makati and Bonifacio Global City (BGC) are the best places to go to experience the nightlife, hip food scene, and the modern side of the city. Beat the tropical heat & shop at Manila’s massive malls. The Metro Manila is home to many of the World’s largest malls including the ever-expanding Mall of Asia. Looking for a place to go near the airport? Visit the entertainment districts such as Newport City, City of Dreams, Solaire Resort, and Okada Manila.

How to go: Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) is the main international gateway and domestic flight hub of the Philippines. The Manila-NAIA Airport is located in the cities of Pasay and Paranaque (among the 16 cities that comprise the Metro Manila area). Manila does not have a very good public transport system. For safe and easy rides around the metro, use a ride-hailing app like Grab.

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13. Bohol

Location: Central Visayas (Central Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

Bohol is home to two of the Philippines’ most iconic attractions, often shown on tourism ads: The Chocolate Hills, and the bug-eyed Tarsier, one of the World’s smallest primates.

This island in Central Philippines offers so much more. In Panglao, you can stay at a nice hotel at one of the island’s many white-sand beach areas, go island hopping, enjoy diving, join an island hopping tour, and possibly have a dolphin encounter. If that’s not enough, you can enjoy a relaxing cruise along the pristine Loboc River, see the old Spanish-colonial heritage churches, Can-umantad waterfalls, Cadapdapan Rice Terraces, and remote Anda White Beach.

If you plan to visit Cebu, then Bohol should be on your bucketlist too as you can easily see most of Bohol’s major tourist spots on a one-day tour from Cebu City.

How to go: Touchdown at Bohol-Panglao International Airport (TAG), which serves direct flights from Manila, Clark, Davao and Cagayan de Oro. Travel time from Manila to Bohol is 1 hour by plane. You can also go by ferry from Cebu. Travel time from Cebu to Bohol is around 2 hours by fastcraft ferry.

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14. Puerto Princesa

Location: Central Palawan province, MIMAROPA Region (West Central Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

Puerto Princesa is the capital and major flight gateway in Palawan. If you’re visiting El Nido, then Puerto Princesa, the “The City in the Forest,” is worth a stopover. Start with a trip to Puerto Princesa Underground River, the 2nd longest navigable underground river in the world, listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and New7Wonders of Nature. Then, spend a day beach bumming and snorkeling on an island hopping tour around Honda Bay. Don’t leave without doing the city tour and feasting on fresh seafood.

How to go: Puerto Princesa is 1.5 hours southwest of Manila by plane. Princesa International Airport serves direct flights from Manila, Cebu, Iloilo, Clark, and Davao. Fly with Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific or AirAsia. You can also go by ferry from Manila or Iloilo (on the RORO ferry-bus).

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15. Iloilo & Guimaras

Location: Western Visayas region (Central Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

This is my home, Iloilo! Located at the country’s geographical center, Iloilo is also known as the “Heart of the Philippines.” It is famous for its well-preserved heritage sites, distinct native cuisine, cheap seafood, and pristine natural sites.

Bustling yet relaxed Iloilo City is one of the most livable cities in the country. A highly urbanized city that’s keen on preserving its cultural and natural heritage. Within an hour’s travel from the city center, you can find yourself along a peaceful beach in Guimaras Island, home to the World’s sweetest mangoes. Head to the islands of Gigantes, Sicogon, and Concepcion to see the stunning seascapes of Northern Iloilo. A drive to the south takes you to centuries-old Spanish-colonial churches including the Miagao Church, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From Iloilo, you can also go on a land trip to other provinces in Panay Island — Antique, Capiz (Roxas City), and Aklan (Boracay).

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16. Clark & Pampanga

Location: Clark Freeport, Pampanga region, Luzon (Northern Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

Located within a 2-hour drive north of Manila, Clark Airport is a major international and domestic flight hub, planned as an alternative to crowded Manila-NAIA Airport. Clark is a rapidly developing tourist destination and economic zone. It’s home to Aqua Planet Waterpark, PH’s largest waterpark, and other themed attractions such as Dinosaur Island. From Clark, you can enjoy a heritage tour of nearby Angeles City and sample the famous food of Pampanga, the Culinary Capital of the Philippines.

Clark is also a popular jump-off point to explore the Central Luzon provinces of Zambales, Tarlac, Bataan, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija and Aurora. My favorite attractions in this region include the offroad adventure to Puning Hot Springs, Mount Pinatubo summit crater trek, Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar heritage resort, Zambales’ scenic beaches, and the surfing town of Baler.

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17. Davao

Location: Davao region, Mindanao (Southern Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

Considering a trip to Southern Philippines? Start with Davao City, the largest urban center in Mindanao. Located at the foot of Mount Apo, the PH’s tallest mountain, this sprawling metropolis is where you can get a taste of Durian, meet the great Philippine Eagle, and enjoy day trips to refreshing natural sites like Eden Nature Park and Samal Island. Of course, it is also the gateway to beautiful spots in Davao Region and beyond.

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18. Cagayan de Oro & beyond

Location: Northern Mindanao region (Southern Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

Cagayan de Oro, the largest city in Northern Mindanao, is dubbed as the adventure capital of the Philippines. This city is famous for its white water river rafting, river tubing, paragliding, nature parks. Cagayan de Oro is also a convenient hub for tourists visiting the majestic waterfalls of Iligan, magical sites of Camiguin Island, and cool attractions of Bukidnon province.

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19. Dumaguete & Negros Oriental

Location: Negros Oriental province, Central Visayas region (Central Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

Extremely chill Dumaguete is the jump-off point to Apo Island. If swimming with sea turtles is on your bucketlist, the best places to go is Apo Island, a protected marine sanctuary with sprawling coral gardens. From Dumaguete, you can also visit Siquijor Island and the many waterfalls, lakes & mountain resorts of Negros Oriental province.

How to go: Dumaguete Airport is about an hour south of Manila by plane. You can also fly directly from Cebu. The flight only takes 30 minutes.

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20. Legazpi, Bicol & Mayon Volcano

Location: Albay province, Bicol region, Luzon Island (Northern Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

Legazpi is the gateway to Bicol Region. This city is perhaps the most picturesque in the Philippines. Here, you can enjoy majestic views of Mayon Volcano, recognized as the World’s “perfect” cone-shaped volcano.

Bicol Region is also famous for the whale shark watching in Donsol, Sorsogon, gorgeous islands of Caramoan (Camarines Sur), and Calaguas (Camarines Norte), Misibis Bay Resort, and of course, delicious Bicolano dishes (Bicol Express!).

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21. Tacloban, Leyte

Location: Leyte province, Eastern Visayas region (Central Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

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22. Baguio & Benguet

Location: Benguet province, Cordillera region, Luzon Island (Northern Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

This is the Philippines’ summer capital. Baguio City offers a cool climate, urban comforts and fun day trips beyond the city including La Trinidad strawberry fields.

How to go: Land travel from Manila is approximately 5-6 hours to Baguio, 8 hours to Banaue, and 12 hours to Sagada. Cut the travel time by arriving at more relaxed Clark Airport.

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23. Subic Bay

Location: Zambales province, Central Luzon region (Northern Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

An hour’s drive from Clark takes you to coastal Subic Bay, a popular destination for themed attractions and natural sites. Subic’s top tourist spots include the Pamulaklakin Nature Park, Boardwalk Park, Zoobic Safari, Ocean Adventure, Inflatable Island & Duty Free shopping malls.

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24. Tagaytay & Taal Volcano

Location: Cavite-Batangas provinces, Southern Luzon (Northern Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

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25. Lake Sebu

Location: South Cotabato province,Soccsksargen region, Mindanao Island (Southern Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

Another place worth visiting near Davao is Lake Sebu. This highland village offers cool mountain temperatures, beautiful waterfalls, and scenic lake views. Lake Sebu is the homeland of the peaceful T’boli people.

How to go: General Santos Airport is around two hours by plane from Manila or around 1 hour from Cebu or Iloilo. Land travel from General Santos to Lake Sebu takes 2 to 3 hours. Alternatively, you may arrive at Davao Airport and take a 2 to 3-hour land trip to General Santos.

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26. Laoag & Ilocos Norte

Location: Ilocos Norte province, Luzon Island (Northern Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

Ilocos Norte is one of the Philippines’ best heritage destinations as well. From Laoag, visit the Spanish-colonial churches of the province including Paoay Church (included in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites). Go farther north to find the beautiful beaches, surfing, and coastal landscapes in Pagudpud and Burgos.

How to go: Laoag Airport is an hour north of Manila by plane. You can also arrive at Clark Airport and travel to Laoag or Vigan by land.

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27. Siquijor

Location: Central Visayas region (Central Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

Hop on a ferry from Dumaguete & wander around Siquijor Island. Visit the stunning beach coves, waterfalls and experience the idyllic island lifestyle.

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28. Port Barton & San Vicente

Location: San Vicente, Northern Palawan province, Palawan province, MIMAROPA region (West Central Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

Port Barton is a quiet beachside village in the town of San Vicente. It is popular among budget backpackers and travelers who want to experience the relaxed rural atmosphere of the Philippines. Here, you can go about and explore many pristine off-shore islands and beaches. San Vicente located between Puerto Princesa and El Nido, in mainland Palawan. This sleepy town is also home to Long Beach. At 14 kilometers long, it had been making rounds online for being the longest white sand beach in the Philippines.

How to go: The fastest way is by flying directly to the new San Vicente Airport. From San Vicente Airport / Poblacion, you can charter a boat to get to Port Barton. Travel time by boat takes around 1 hour. You can also go by land from Puerto Princesa. Travel time to San Vincente takes around 4 hours from Puerto Princesa by private car. By public transport, you can find shuttle vans at San Jose Terminal, Puerto Princesa to take you directly to San Vicente/Port Barton. From El Nido, you may need to drop off at Roxas Terminal and get on a shuttle or minibus from there. Travel time from Roxas Terminal to San Vicente/Port Barton takes up to 2 hours.

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29. Calaguas

Location: Vinzons, Camarines Norte province, Bicol region, Luzon Island (Northern Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

30. Caramoan

Location: Camarines Sur province, Bicol region, Luzon Island (Northern Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

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31. Biri Islands, Samar

Location: Northern Samar province, Eastern Visayas region (Central Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

32. Enchanted River & Surigao del Sur

Location: Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur province, Caraga region, Mindanao (Southern Philippines). Save on Google Maps.

What places have you added to your bucketlist? Have you been to beautiful places in The Philippines that should be on this list? Feel free to share your thoughts!

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