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Top 5 Best Tourist Spots You Should Visit in the Philippines

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The Philippines is the perfect area for you if you are a big fan of unending adventures, mind-blowing landscapes, and tropical islands. There are more than 7000 islands in the Philippines that are waiting for you to be explored, visited, and discovered.

There are lots of surprises in the said country that will make you feel amazed. These include the perfect cone of a volcano, the idyllic islands, the perfect God’s crafted beaches, and the smallest primate.

Since there are lots of areas worth visiting in the Philippines, it might overwhelm you. So to help you figure out the top destinations worth visiting for a year, we created our top 5 best tourist spots you need to visit when in the Philippines.

Read on to know more about it.

Cloud 9 Siargao

Cloud 9 Siargao, Philippines

Siargao is our first pick area worth visiting in the Philippines since it is the best playground for every tourist who loves surfing. It is considered as the surfing capital of the Philippines. You can experience Cloud 9’s thick tubes in this area during the months of November to April. But keep in mind that the waves kissing the shore of Siargao are for expert surfers only.

But riding the waves in Siargao is not the only thing you can do in the area. There are lots of beautiful spots you can visit, such as the waterfalls and the rock pools.

Rizal Park, Manila

There are lots of visitors who disregard visiting the capital of the Philippines, which is Manila. But, spending your day performing Manila tours is worthy.

Manila is known for preserving tourist spots that have importance in history. One of the best historical areas you can visit in Manila is the Rizal Park, which is later on called by the locals as Luneta.

This park features the monument of the Philippine’s National Hero, Jose Rizal. It is surrounded by wide water fountains, ponds, and gardens that are being lit during sunsets. The area is also rich with the National Museums worth visiting.

Taal Volcano and Lake, Tagaytay, and Batangas

Taal Volcano and Lake, Tagaytay, and Batangas

The tourists and the locals of Manila who want to escape their lives in the city usually head out to Tagaytay to receive the relaxation they want. Tagaytay is known because of its fresh air and cool weather.

This is also the area where the Taal Volcano is located, and Batangas is the residence of the Lake. Taal Volcano is the smallest yet active volcano in the world.

Mayon Volcano, Legazpi

Mayon Volcano, Legazpi

When your plane landed in the Legazpi City airport, you will be greeted by the most active and perfectly coned volcano in the PH. This is the first tourist destination being visited by the visitors when they visit the Bicol region.

Its name was derived from the term “Magayon,” which is translated into English as “Beautiful.” Its beauty is mesmerizing. Since it has a perfect cone, except that it has a violent core that flattened some towns in Bicol because of its past eruptions.

Calle Crisologo, Vigan

Calle Crisologo, Vigan

The Calle Crisologo will take you back to the history of the Philippines. It is composed of the Spanish colonial architecture and old-world charm.

It has been managed carefully to ensure that the historic district is being preserved. The most known culture in Vigan is riding a calesa, which is a carriage being drawn by a horse. Taste the ever delicious and famous specialty in Ilocos, which is the empanada.

The town features their Vigan Festival of the Arts during the first week of May. At this time, you will experience and witness how the locals celebrate the said festival.

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