Reasons To Visit The Philippines!!!

  • People speak English!! Pretty much everyone speaks some English, no matter how small the town. In fact, a lot of people speak perfect English.  It really does make travelling easier.
  • The Philippines has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.In an archipelago of 7,107 islands, ringed by pristine beaches and teeming coral reefs, the main problem with the Philippines is that it can be hard to decide where to lay your towel.



  • Filipinos love their food and there are a lot of things worth trying!Filipino food is a mix of Malay, Chinese, Spanish, Japanese and American cuisine. Seafood is an obvious staple, as is soy sauce, vinegar, rice, pork and noodles. The tastes can vary from spicy and tangy (try the seafood sinigang), sweet and savory (pork adobo) to crunchy (crispy pata) and even peanut buttery (kare-kare). For dessert, we recommend a tasty deep-fried banana turón.
  • No trip to the Philippines is complete without experiencing its colorful and gleeful festival. As you participate in a Filipino festival, you’ll get a glimpse of the country’s culture, through the charming cultural dance performances with dancers painted in tribal designs and adorned in elaborate and prismatic costumes.Most popular festivals in the Philippines:Masskara – Bacolod;Kadayawan – Davao;Panagbenga – Baguio;Sandugo – Bohol;Sinulog – Cebu;Feast of the Black Nazarene – Manila



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  • One of the greatest things to do in Philippines is pampering your body with a good massage. Massage places and spas are all over the country, from luxury spas to massage ladies on the beach, you will find them almost everywhere.
  • Shopping in the Philippines can be quite a worthwhile experience. The country is known by many as a great handicraft center. Manila has fantastic shopping opportunities. There are a lot of places to go and it all depends on what you intend to buy, and how much is your budget.Boutiques, supermarkets, fashion outlets, restaurants of all kinds, coffee shops, movie theaters and 3D cinemas, Internet cafes, you will find everything there to entertain yourself for a whole day.
  • The US army left behind surplus jeeps which the locals altered by extending the back and putting on a roof, essentially turning them into small buses. Jeepnies have become iconic and are a strong part of Filipino identity. Outside of the cities you can ride on the top of them and watch the country pass by, not for the faint hearted however.


  • It’s pretty much always warm. If it’s rainy season on one island, catch an internal flight to another one and it will be dry season!
  • The Philippines is one of the best places in the world for scuba diving and is an important part of their fast-emerging tourist industry. The area between the Philippines and Indonesia is one of the most diverse habitats for tropical fish in the world. In Sabang bay in Puerto Galera you can swim with turtles, dragon fish, octopi, the list goes on. If you get out early enough you can have the bay practically to yourself while everyone else sleeps off the night before.

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  • A brilliant way to spend a day is to rent a bar boat.They push you out into crystal blue water attached to a rope anchored to the land where you can sit and play cards, dive off of the side and snorkel. If you run out of drink or fancy something to eat, the staff will swim or paddle over to you with whatever you need.




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