The Philippines is a perfect destination to practice all kinds of things. Famous among golfers of half the world for the quality of its fields and the good temperature, it has dozens of clubs where you can practice this relaxing sport, diving, shopping, eating and a lot more. For the more adventurous, the offer is extended: Climbing, surfing, ballooning, windsurfing, caving, climbing, canoeing or mountain biking are just some of the options you can choose if you want a little action in a privileged natural environment. From Manila to Puerto Princesa, passing through Palawan, Samar or Davao, throughout the Philippines you can enjoy the adventure.
Tubbataha Reef is an atoll coral reef located in the Sulu Sea of the Philippines. It is a marine sanctuary protected as Tubbataha Reef National Marine Park. It the most wonderful coral reefs on the planet, Tubbataha Reef brags a radiant decent variety of marine life. This stop which is a submerged asylum is the Philippines’ first national marine stop. The recreation center offers significance to protecting marine life for future ages of mankind. With vivid reefs, visit this marine stop and witness the marvels of this exceptional submerged world. Tubbataha Reef is a two atoll coral reef framework.
Malapascua: In Cebu, we can get into crystal clear waters perfect for any water sport from a dream beach. It is a perfect place to watch the sharks and the manta-ray. Once you arrive, you will find Langob Beach, a beautiful and long beach of white sand where you will find neither resorts nor a massive influx of people, which makes visiting a must-do in Malapascua. You can buy something to drink at the stands near the beach, but if you want to spend the day in the area it is recommended that you buy food previously in the south of the island.
Bohol is the tenth largest island in the archipelago of the Philippines, a tropical paradise of white sandy beaches and rich seabed. But the most spectacular thing is found inland: the Chocolate Hills. These are small elevations of the land of conical shape and covered with grass that unfolds over an area of more than 50 square kilometers. There are about 1,500 mounds whose average height varies between 30 and 50 meters. Its green color turns brown with the arrival of the dry season, which makes its appearance is that of large chocolate cakes cooked by some gigantic cook.
Come to this tropical paradise and in an instant, you will understand why it was recently called “the best island in the world”. On Boracay Island, you will be in the middle of the Philippines, less than an hour from Manila and its 12 million inhabitants, and yet, as soon as you arrive on this tropical island, you will feel like you are in the middle of nowhere. Boracay is a small island with a permanent population of only 12,000 people. It has an area of just 10 square kilometers (6 square miles) and a lot of pristine beaches, an exciting nightlife and some of the most exciting water sports in Southeast Asia.
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