-- Top 45 Must-Visit Beaches in the Philippines ~ Travel and Immigration 101

Thursday, March 6, 2014

Top 45 Must-Visit Beaches in the Philippines

With around 7,107 islands to explore, there seems to be unending list of reasons to travel around the Philippines and words nor pictures are not enough to describe the immeasurable exquisiteness that this country has to offer. To give you a first crack in choosing a beach resort to travel this year, here’s a list must-visit beaches that you may want to consider.

Apo Reef in Occidental Mindoro

Apo Reef is strongly regarded as a diving paradise for many divers because of its chain of coral reefs surrounding the beautiful waters of Occidental Mindoro. It is recognized as the second biggest coral reef sanctuary and is also deemed to be the biggest in the Philippines thus, should be included in your travel itinerary in uncovering the beauty of the Philippines.

Britania Group of islands, San Agustin, Surigao del Sur

You will be surprised the moment you experience the beauty that Britania Group of Islands have to offer in San Agustin, Surigao del Sur. Each island has something unique and inspiring to offer that you’ll be bound to have a good time.

Carabao Island in Romblon

For the longest time, Carabao Island in the southernmost island of Romblon embodies the world renown Boracay Island in Caticlan. Famously named as Hambil among the natives, Carabao Island features a totally contrasting environment from Boracay even if it’s just an hour away from the famous party place.

Sibang Cove in Calayan Islands, Cagayan

Treat yourself to a unique experience in Sibang Cove of Calayan Islands which is a part of the Batanes group of islands. Sibang Cove brags of its eye-catching waterscapes, marvelous beaches and enchanting forests. Find out more about Calayan Islands through clicking this Calayan Island: Caniwara, Sibang & Cababaan Coves.

Tuka Bay Marine Sanctuary

Tuka Bay Marine Sanctuary will surely fascinate you in many ways. It is a marine reserve positioned in Kiamba, Sarangani and brags its extensive white sand coastline and clear waters. From Tuka you can view a lot of nipa huts and lush forests which even make the spot more enticing and loveable. It has 4 coves, but only tuka 2 is open to the public.

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