The Philippines is truly gifted with outstanding places that can make your travel experience memorable, relaxing, and amazing. There are some places in the Philippines that you can’t find anywhere else in the world.
We have virgin islands, pristine falls, caves, rock formations, and other tourists spots that can attract foreigners. One of which is the Sila Island in Northern Samar.
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Matabungkay, a town situated along the idyllic coastal town of Lian in Batangas, is a popular area for water sports such as swimming, diving, boating and snorkeling. It has a 2 kilometre stretch of good beach and sand. According to my parents, back in the 90’s it was THE place to be for family and company outings, weekend getaways with friends, and group excursions during its heyday.
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Experience the colorful culture of the Philippines by joining the vibrant festivals around the country. There are a number of holidays, long weekends and top festivals that happen throughout the year. These vibrant events are characterized by the history, artistry, creativity, and passion of the people. While some of them take place for just a day, a lot of them are celebrating for a week and even for an entire month.
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Biri Island is located in Northern Samar, and known for it’s six majestic rock formations that were carefully sculpted by Mother Nature over centuries. It is also unique as it doesn’t have the same fine white-sand beaches like many famous places in the country. There is something beautiful about its rawness and remoteness – the jagged, scraggy rocks jutting out of the cliffs, and rock pools so blue with the clear sky as its background. The journey to this island is a rewarding one for the adventure-seekers.
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