Top 5 Most Beautiful Beaches in the Philippines
Philippines beaches With over 7,107 islands, our country is rich in gem and natural resources and every isle stretches not only thousands of gems but also a magnificent feeling of tranquility, beauty, pride and treasure. It’s not only more fun in the Philippines. This is the place closest to heaven and paradise. See our blue and pristine beaches with white powdery sand as white and gorgeous as the clouds.
Boracay Island has been awarded by Yahoo and TripAdvisor as one of the Best Beach in the World so many times already. It is also ranked in the top of different beach and most beautiful hot spots in the world online and offline. It is so famous around the world. Peak season is everyday now. Tourists like Americans, Germans, Europeans, Italians, Koreans, Australians and many more come back here again and again.
Coron tells all how wonderful and rich the Philippines is with nature’s wonder. A lot of the sea, islands and spots would tell you about history, too. FYI, amazing Japanese shipwrecks of World War II are under its super clear water.
El Nido is another wonderful paradise in Palawan (a.k.a. the city of the Gods). I know there are lots of virgin islands and beaches in Palawan but El Nido gives a big pride to the Philippines for being the “Best Beach and Island destination in the Philippines” by CNN International on 2012. Wow! El Nido is definitely on anyone’s place-to-visit list. White sands, magnificent waters, beautiful forests, nature and wildlife, you missed a lot if you’ve never been to El Nido, Palawan.
Your trip to Bohol wouldn’t be complete without visiting and dipping at the breathtaking beach and and walking along the shores of Panglao Island. It also known as the “little paradise of pure hearts“. After visiting the Chocolate Hills, why not relax and have moments of heaven in Panglao.
Siargao is also known as “surfing capital of the Philippines” located in the province of Surigao del Norte. The waves here are perfect to feel the adrenaline-rush and fun surfing the blue pristine water. Popular surfing events and tournaments occasionally held here in Siargao. FYI waves can reach up to 20 feet in the peak season of August and September.
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Posted by Philippinestravelsite on Tuesday, 22 December 2015
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