Baguio is a city on the Cordillera Administrative Region in the middle of the island of Luzon. Due to its cool mountain weather, Baguio is considered the summer capital of the Philippines. Because of its many pine trees it is also called the City of Pines.
Banaue is a town on the Cordillera mountain range in the north of the island of Luzon. It is mainly visited for its stunning rice terraces, which are a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Batanes is the smallest and the northernmost province of the Philippines. It is often called Marlboro Country
Bicol is a peninsula at the Southern end of Luzon. Donsol is the most convenient place to stay if you plan to interact with the whalesharks, visit Mayon Volcano and other ecotourism places in Bicol.
Bohol is a tropical haven of natural beauty. The coastline of the island is skimmed by gentle coves and white sand beaches. Bohol is famous for its Chocolate Hills and the Tarsier – arguably the world’s smallest primate.
it competes with the best beaches of more popular destinations such as the Caribbean and the South Pacific as well as neighbouring Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia.
one of the most popular destinations in all of the Philippines for foreign visitors with the busiest sea port in the Philippines and the second largest Air hub.
Davao is considered by many to be the most crime-free area in the country. Tourists are guarded not only by the police, but also by the people around.
The Ilocos Region, containing four provinces, is named after Ilocos. 28% of the inhabitants of the region are Pangasinan people, who belong to a different ethnolinguistic group from the Ilocanos.
Nothing defines Palawan more than the water around it. With seascapes the equal of any in Southeast Asia, and wildlife terrestrial and aquatic, the Philippines’ most sparsely populated region is also the most beguiling.