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3 Beaches you need to visit in the Philippines

Are you on the prowl for your next destination?  If you’re considering Bali or Thailand, the Philippines is a viable alternative as the Southeast Asian Hotspot. It’s an easy choice to make. It has over 7,107 islands ready to be discovered, and with the monsoon season at its end, it’s the best time for you to get your swimsuits ready. 

Are you excited yet? Zero in on the choicest spots for a vacation with family, friends, or a solo backpacking trip.

1. El Nido

El Nido is an easygoing town in Northern Palawan. They boast beautiful limestone rock formations that’ll keep the avid rock climber busy. Go island hopping or layback on the white sand beaches. You can also go on Kayaking or snorkeling tours from Bocal Island to Paradise. 
Ubugon Lagoon and to Helicopter Island is P1,900 per person. (This includes lunch).

You’re also in luck if you’re a photographer chasing sunsets. Head towards Las Cabanas Beach, and get snap-happy. Order a cocktail if you must at the Beach Shack. And enjoy the view.

2. Southern Negros 

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Southern Negros is where the beaches are scintillating and world class. Buy a plane ticket to Dumaguate and you’ll be one quick trip away to Apo Island. Isolated, Sipalay’s Burger Beach, Tambobo Bay and Siquijor Island are perfect for the hardworking yuppie in search of a solo backpacking trip on wide stretches of sand.

3. Siargao. 

The Philippines is loaded with beaches. Buy yourself a Philippine map, and you’ll inevitably spot a lonely stretch of beach by simply looking it, pointing out a spot, and going. Other good choices are Baler in Luzon, Panglao Island in Bohol, the banana-shaped Mactan Island in Cebu, and Camiguin.

There’s a reason why avid travelers to Siargao like to keep it a secret. Do you want to know why? Tear-drop shaped, this island isn’t only for surfers. Although it’s known as the surfing capital of the Philippines, magnificent natural attractions surround you. Visitors of Siargao find visiting the island addictive, and they end up coming back to the island for longer stretches of time aer every

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