Road Trips in Luzon
Luzon houses the country's capital, Manila, and is rather known for its bustling, vibrant and modern culture. This part of the country provides good roads and built highways that are connected to the other regions- great for scenic road trips and immediate escapes.
Meanwhile, Metro Manila, as the busiest city in the country is a scope of diverse cultures that either leaves tourists overwhelmed or interested. One thing that's for sure in the city, it never boring. Apart from the shopping spree, go back in time with and see what Manila can extend as it has witnessed and has played a huge role in Philippine history.
Go over to the south area and find beaches and tourist attractions that are budget friendly and Just hours away from the city proper. Batangas, Puerto Galera, Quezon Province, Bicol and Palawan all have its own island destinations and attractions. Mt. Mayon, one of the famous mountains in the country, can be seen at the Bicol region. On the other hand, go for a quick escape in Tagaytay where its low temperature and succulent mountain resorts bring you seclusion and tranquility.
Go straight to the north for an enchanting trip at the caves of Mountain Province; Abra on the other hand, gives you a glimpse of the Ifugao culture, one of the oldest in the country. Then, Ilocos is a must visit for its beaches, culture and cuisine; Batanes provides an exhilarating adventure as you literally are on one of the tips of the Philippines.
Island Hopping in Visayas
When you look at the map, Visayas looks like a group of islands that are scattered at sea. The placement of these islands gave way for regions to have borders of amazing coves and coasts. Seafood is the bestselling harvest in these regions and the price is so much cheaper compared to anywhere else. Enjoy the bountiful servings of prawns, crabs, clams and fish right before you.
The Chocolate Hills in Bohol is a must see for it is one of the country's most famous tourist destinations. Merely on the left side of Bohol situated in the northern part of the Panay islands, the best island in the world can be found, Boracay. Guimaras offers another getaway adjacent to Iloilo. Though merely a small spec of land, it offers a handful of sights and relaxation. Heading on the eastern part of the archipelago, Samar and Leyte also holds its very own features not to mention the country's longest bridge, the San Juanico. A history fact, Douglas McArthur's landing spot is located in Leyte.
Mindanao's Highland Living
Home to the country's highest mountain, Mt. Apo, it's easy to see how rich Mindanao is in terms of natural and agricultural resources. It also encompasses a number of beaches that are still not on the global map. This end of the country is described as the perfect hideaway.
Fruits and vegetables of all kinds are astounding in Mindanao as its agriculture industry is thriving. Have a taste of the famous Durian fruit in Davao. Spend time on farming in Bukidnon or get thrilled with the rush of the waves in Bukidnon. Whatever you do in Mindanao, it spells adventure.
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