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 PALAWAN has been named as the Philippines' cleanest & greenest province, & has been internationally recognized for environmental excellence.
"The paradisal province of Palawan is a constant feature in many international “Best In The World” lists, thanks to its rich and diverse flora and fauna, and much-preserved natural attractions. Discover why healthy ecotourism is such an essential part in maintaining the natural wonders of this heaven on earth.

To say Palawan is a beach bum's fantasy is an understatement. Sailing the length of the province­ from the north to the southern tip of the main island-brings you up close and personal with paradise in countless forms: from the coral-fringed dreamscapes of the Calamianes and the karst limestone formations of El Nido, to the wind-swept shorelines of central Palawan and the pristine sandbars of Balabac."
https://philippines.travel/destinations/palawan
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BORACAY ISLAND has been awarded as one of the
Best Beach in the World.
"Meet the new Boracay. The most noticeable improvements? Cleaner beaches with no more annoying obstructions, a wider main road, new sidewalks, better drainages, and more e-trikes. But perhaps the biggest change is one of attitude. Islanders have collectively developed a green streak, with everybody from resort owners to paraw (native sailboats) skippers buying into Boracay's newly forged identity as a model for sustainable tourism development. There are those who love the new Boracay and those who prefer the old. But this debate probably won't concern you much when you're digging your feet into the sand on White Beach and taking in the Philippines' most famous sunset. Parasails, seabirds, frisbees, and paraw cut across the technicolor horizon, while palm trees -some newly planted - whisper in the breeze and reggae wafts through the air. Boracay remains a master mixologist of that mellow island vibe."    https://philippines.travel/destinations/boracay
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ISLAND OF BOHOL is home of the smallest primate, Tarsier and one of the most visited tourist spot, Chocolate Hills.

 

"The home of the famous Chocolate Hills, Bohol is one of the most visited destinations in the Central Visayas region of the Philippines. The island province offers breathtaking spots for history buffs, beach lovers, and adrenaline junkies. Bohol is comprised of one major island and 73 smaller ones surrounding it, so you'll have plenty of places to explore during your trip here. One thing’s for sure: You’ll enjoy every second of your stay and love the diversity that Bohol offers." 

https://philippines.travel/destinations/bohol

BATANES, called the Home of the Winds, is considered the smallest province in the Philippines with only 230 kilometers of total land area.
"The northernmost province of the Philippines that is currently on the tentative list (undergoing process) of UNESCO World Heritage Site, Batanes is a group of islands where you will find:

Home of the Ivatans - Women still wearing Vakul, wig-like headpiece as protection from the sun and rain, men wear a vest called Kanayi

Bahay na Bato - typhoon-tough, positioned slightly underground with metre-thick limestone walls and bushy roofs made of cogon grass

Nature preserved and well-maintained Vayang Rolling Hills." 
https://philippines.travel/destinations/batanes
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CEBU CITY is a tropical paradise of the South that offers colorful and rich wonders of nature.

 

"Beyond its historical sites, luxury resorts, and vibrant nightlife, this urban destination also offers eco-adventures. Within the forests of interior Cebu, waterfalls and rare birds await those adventurous enough to seek them out. While along this 200 kilometer long island, coral reefs virtually surround its entire perimeter. It's not uncommon for one to see locals, entrepreneurial as they are- tending to several businesses during the week, and going boating and scuba diving on weekends."
https://philippines.travel/destinations/cebu

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SIARGAO, a teardrop-shaped small island located at the northeastern coast of Mindanao, is known as the Surfing Capital of the Philippines.
"Once a well-kept secret in surfing circles, the island of Siargao has slowly become one of the most sought-after destinations in the world. Discover why this tiny haven with world-class waves, white sand islets, turquoise tide pools, and hidden lagoons was hailed as the world’s most beautiful island back in 2018.

Premium travel magazine Conde Nast Traveler named Siargao the world's most beautiful island in 2018 and all the flights to the tiny, tear-shaped island have been increasing ever since."
https://philippines.travel/destinations/siargao-island
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VIGAN is known for its preserved Spanish colonial & Asian architecture. Calle Crisologo dominates the Mestizo district, with its cobblestone streets, malecón, horse-drawn carriages and rustic mansions. Near the white baroque Vigan Cathedral are Plaza Salcedo, offering fountain light shows, and Plaza Burgos, known for its street-food stalls.

 

"Move back in time and visit the well-preserved, centuries-old Spanish houses at Calle Crisologo in Vigan City.

"https://philippines.travel/activities/calle-crisologo

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The BANAUE RICE TERRACES are terraces that were carved into the mountains of Banaue, Ifugao, in the Philippines, by the ancestors of the indigenous people. The terraces are occasionally called the "Eighth Wonder of the World". It is commonly thought that the terraces were built with minimal equipment, largely by hand.  
 

"Acclaimed as a "World Heritage Site" by UNESCO, the grandeur of Batad Rice Terraces is its amphitheater-like stone-walled terraces.

"https://philippines.travel/activities/take-scenery-batad-rice-terraces

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