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About the country

Why should visitors come to the Philippines?

The Philippines also has world-renowned natural wonders such as an underground river and rice terraces, incredible diving spots rich in biodiversity, colorful public transportation, unique cuisine, vibrant festivals that showcase its colorful culture, and friendly locals who are regarded as some of the happiest people on the planet.

The country's official tourist motto is "It's More Fun in the Philippines," since whatever form of travel adventure you want, you'll find it in the Philippines.

A vacation to the Philippines is a must if you wish to escape the winter. The Philippines, as a tropical country, has just two seasons: dry and wet. The dry season lasts from November to May, whereas the rainy season lasts from June to October. Because it is still bright and pleasant throughout the rainy season, excursions in the Philippines are accessible all year, with cancellations only necessary during typhoons.

Aside from the stunning locations of the Philippines, the warmth and kindness of the Filipinos is incentive enough to visit the nation. In fact, the Philippines is frequently ranked as Asia's friendliest country. When your plane arrives, you will be greeted with the sincere and warm smiles of the Filipinos.

A traveler's budget is one of his or her top priorities. Fortunately, travel in the Philippines is relatively inexpensive. For example, there are several day trips that cost less than PHP1000 (USD20).

There are several affordable housing alternatives for you in the Philippines, ranging from dorm-style hostels to bed and breakfast homestays that are both ideal for budget-conscious tourists.

Even alcohol is inexpensive, allowing you to enjoy a wonderful evening while traveling without breaking the wallet. Local transportation is also reasonably priced, and you may find it much cheaper if you go in a group and split the costs.

International magazines frequently rank the Philippines as having the greatest beaches and islands in the world. With over 7,000 islands and white sand beaches that span from coast to coast, it's impossible to deny that the Philippines is endowed with the wonders of nature.

The Philippines is endowed with several natural wonders, and these are just a few of the top sites to visit in the Philippines. The Puerto Princesa Underground River trip, which takes you to the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park, will leave you speechless.

The Philippines also has the Chocolate Hills in Bohol, which are hundreds of hills that resemble gigantic chocolate kisses (like the chocolate brand). Chocolate Hills in Bohol are the consequence of coral deposits caused by rain and erosion. Check out our all-inclusive Bohol hotel and tour package.

If you've ever wondered what life was like in the Philippines before modernity, a trip to the Cordilleras in North Luzon will give you an idea. You will witness the Ifugao Rice Terraces, an indigenous population residing in the Cordillera highlands.

The waterfalls in the Philippines are very beautiful. You can see some of the greatest waterfalls in the Philippines by taking excursions to Kawasan Falls in Cebu, Pagsanjan Falls in Pangasinan, and Bomod-ok Falls in Sagada.

Taal Volcano in Batangas, the world's smallest active volcano, and Mayon Volcano in Legazpi, which possesses the world's most perfect cone, are two more natural marvels in the Philippines.

Another must-see is the Rizal Shrine, which honors Jose Rizal, the Philippines' national hero from the Spanish era.

Binondo, the world's oldest Chinatown, lies nearby, where you may take a Binondo day trip and feast on delicious Chinese cuisine.

The group of islands in Southeast Asia was named after King Philip II of Spain.

Sri Lankan passport holders require a valid visa to travel to Philippines.

10 best places to visit in Philippines :
  1. Manila

  2. Boracay

  3. Cebu City

  4. El Nido

  5. Puerto Princesa

  6. Baguio

  7. Siargao Island

  8. Chocolate Hills

  9. Davao City

  10. Coron

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