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Resorts in The Philippines

Take a road trip or take a flight! Whatever's on your travel bucket list, The Philippines can surely tick off some (or all!) of them.

Road Stops That Are Worth Stopping For

If you want to take a boat ride, go #fishing, or go down a water slide, you can always do those kinds of thrilling activities when you visit Lake #Caliraya. When beaches are crowded and provinces that are too far off, a relaxing spot by the lake will just do. The destination is what excites but getting there is just as fun. Read more on what other places you can stop by before reaching to your fun-filled resort.

Journaling Back To The Past

We all need some adventure every now and then. In order to have a broader mindset, we fill our souls and experiences with these exciting events. All we need to do is to step out of our comfort zone every once in awhile and record every moment we make. One of the latest trendy activities people have been doing is journaling. They bring out their inner creativity and create a whole story through colors and drawings. Here are some things that are worth putting in your journal when you visit a magnificent and spectacular resort such as this one.

A Tropical Wonderland In This Camsur Beach

It’s always fun in the Philippines when it comes to beaches. If you’re looking for an island adventure that comes in great packages, visit their enchanting Camsur beach. You’ll be surprised how many wondrous sights there are and you certainly won’t find any of that back home. There you can retreat to their cozy accommodation that is known as Tugawe Cove Resort, where you can create unforgettable memories and experiences you can take with you once you leave the island. Read more on activities and places to do when you’re in this spectacular beach.

Book Hotels Online: Three Must-See Locations in Leyte

Leyte is an oft-overlooked destination in the Visayas. Known chiefly for its role in the American conquest of the Philippines and the site of General Douglas MacArthur’s infamous “I have returned” speech, Leyte still has a lot to offer in terms of tourism and leisure value.

The Oriental Hotel in Tacloban City, Philippines | Accommodation

Spacious floor areas, classy interiors, and soothing earth tones make up this Leyte accommodation.

LAS CASAS FILIPINAS: Accommodation | Bagac Bataan Resort | Philippines

Stay at LAS CASAS FILIPINAS DE ACUZAR | Bagac Resort in Bataan, Philippines | Authentic historical ambience | Reserve online and get instant confirmation.

THE BELLEVUE BOHOL | Rooms in Panglao Island, Philippines

Bohol Accommodation | THE BELLEVUE BOHOL | Panglao Island, Philippines | Reserve online and get instant confirmation.

Rooms at PICO SANDS HOTEL | Nasugbu | Batangas, Philippines | Slumber in Tranquility and Breathe Fresh | Reserve online and get instant confirmation.

LAS CASAS FILIPINAS DE ACUZAR: Promo | Bagac Bataan Resort | Ph

Take a walk around and experience LAS CASAS FILIPINAS DE ACUZAR Packages | Bagac Resort | Bataan Philippines | Reserve online and get instant confirmation

The Oriental Leyte | Official Hotel Website

At The Oriental Leyte in Palo, Leyte, Philippines, look forward to a hotel experience that’s Uniquely Oriental.

The Bellevue Resort in Panglao, Bohol, Philippines

The Bellevue Resort is an exclusive 5-star Panglao island resort placing emphasis on your comfort and privacy.


Apo Island And 4 Other Top Snorkeling Sites in the Philippines

From magnificent island destinations like Coron and Samal Island, beach resorts in Boracay, and the picturesque landscapes in Benguet, the Philippines is indeed blessed with a lot of sites and sceneries.

Postcard worthy as they are, most of these mentioned places offer only what’s literally on the surface of our stunning country. But if you try to dive deeper into the depths of our waters, you’ll realize that the Philippines has so much more to offer.

Here are 5 of the best snorkeling spots in the Philippines that are sure to give you a treat of what lies beneath the pristine waters of this archipelago.


Being a volcanic island at the Southeastern tip of Negros Oriental, Apo Island is indeed exploding with a diverse marine life. It has become a rather famous attraction in the said province simply because of the fact that it offers so much scenery under its waters. But apart from the rich coral tables that it cradles, Apo Island also allows you to mingle and swim with the most gentle and graceful creatures of the oceans--turtles. A sure hit among children and adults, a snorkeling adventure in Apo Island will surely be an unforgettable one.


Recently hailed as Conde Nast’s 3rd Best Island in Asia, Palawan is home to the UNESCO World Heritage Puerto Princesa Subterranean River. But apart from this, it is also where you can find the most amazing beaches and tropical spots. One of its popular destinations, Siete Pecados in Coron holds an abundance of marine life that make you feel as if you were living in the world of “Finding Nemo.” Swim with schools of fish that playfully rush through the turquoise waters and experience the joy of being one with the sea at this amazing snorkeling site.


Dubbed as the Mystic Island, Siquijor used to have a reputation that branded them of having people practicing the dark arts of voodoo. The stereotype has long faded away but with its numerous snorkeling spots, Siquijor remained a bewitching destination, especially to those who would love to explore beneath the waters. With marine sanctuaries such as Sandugan Marine Sanctuary, you’ll never run out of options to witness lush sea grass and colorful corals that serve as home to a thriving marine biodiversity. You’ll also never have to worry about swimming in its seas because the waters are always fairly calm.


Journey through the bluest waters of Camiguin and be introduced to a vast underwater life that’s brimming with beauty. Apart from giant clams, colorful fishes, and booming marine life, this island is also home to the famous sunken cemetery. According to the municipality’s history, the sunken cemetery used to be above a normal graveyard but was submerged in water after a series of eruption of Mt. Vulcan. Since then the cemetery has ironically provided life to various marine species converting the graveyard into a one of a kind snorkeling spot.


An exciting retreat from the busy metropolis of Davao, Samal Island is home to some of the country’s best beaches and snorkeling sites just like Pearl Farm Beach Resort. Originally a place where giant clams are cultured to produce the biggest pearls, this resort now offers a variety of activities including a snorkeling adventure. Get up close with the giant clams and be immersed in its crystal waters. Bear witness to the rich underwater life it presents featuring corals, fishes, colonies of sea urchins, and of course, giant clams. This Samal Island beach resort’s waters also hold a shipwreck that has become a sort of natural marine sanctuary.