Top 10 things to do in Philippines

  1. Island Hopping in El Nido, Palawan

    El Nido is known for its stunning beaches and crystal-clear waters and the best way to explore them is through island hopping. Tour packages are available in town and usually include visits to several islands and lagoons such as the Secret Lagoon and the Big Lagoon.

    Address: El Nido, Palawan
  2. Swimming with Whale Sharks in Oslob, Cebu

    Oslob is a small municipality in Cebu where you can swim with gentle whale sharks. Visitors are required to follow strict rules to ensure the safety of both the whale sharks and the humans. It's a unique and unforgettable experience for animal lovers.

    Address: Oslob, Cebu
  3. Zip-lining in Dahilayan Adventure Park, Bukidnon

    Dahilayan Adventure Park is home to Asia's longest dual zip-line, measuring 840 meters. It's a great way to get an adrenaline rush while enjoying the beautiful scenery of Bukidnon. The park also offers other activities such as wall climbing and bungee jumping.

    Address: Barangay Dahilayan, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon
  4. Exploring Chocolate Hills in Bohol

    Bohol's Chocolate Hills are a geological formation of over 1,000 hills that turn brown during the dry season, resembling giant chocolate mounds. Visitors can climb up to a viewing deck for a panoramic view of the hills.

    Address: Carmen, Bohol
  5. Surfing in Siargao Island

    Siargao Island is known as the surfing capital of the Philippines, with several surf spots catering to both beginners and advanced surfers. Surfing lessons are available for those who want to learn.

    Address: Siargao Island, Surigao del Norte
  6. Visiting Mayon Volcano in Albay

    Mayon Volcano is known for its perfect cone shape and is an active volcano located in Albay. Visitors can take a scenic drive around the volcano or hike up to its crater for a breathtaking view of the surrounding landscape.

    Address: Albay, Bicol Region
  7. Snorkeling in Coron, Palawan

    Coron is a popular destination for snorkeling and diving enthusiasts, with several shipwrecks and coral reefs to explore. The clear waters allow for a great view of the underwater world.

    Address: Coron, Palawan
  8. Visiting the Rice Terraces in Banaue

    The Banaue Rice Terraces are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and are considered a Philippine national cultural treasure. The terraces were built by the Ifugao people over 2,000 years ago and are still being used today for rice cultivation.

    Address: Banaue, Ifugao
  9. Experiencing the Dinagyang Festival in Iloilo City

    The Dinagyang Festival is a colorful and lively celebration in Iloilo City, held every January in honor of the Santo Niño. The festival includes street dancing, music, and parades, and attracts thousands of visitors every year.

    Address: Iloilo City, Iloilo
  10. Visiting Intramuros in Manila

    Intramuros is the oldest district in Manila and is known for its well-preserved Spanish colonial architecture. Visitors can take a walking tour of the area and visit landmarks such as Fort Santiago and San Agustin Church.

    Address: Intramuros, Manila