Islands and Beaches
Through the Travel Insider's Lens: Nature is More Beautiful In the Philippines!
Bohol, Cebu, Iloilo, Zambales, , Cotabato, Rizal,
Choose Philippines | Nov 24, 2015
Surely, when the first settlers came to the Philippines, they were astounded and awed by what they saw: beautiful beaches, majestic mountains, and wide, lush fields. Thousands of years later, we continue to be astounded by the natural beauty that is our beloved country, and now more than ever, we want to explore and appreciate this beauty even more!
The waters and beaches in Alcoy, Cebu has been around since before the first man came about, and is still amazing until now. Mula kay Babyboi Cadis.
Surely, it took several thousand years for the beautiful island of Gigantes to finish forming. Mula kay Sen Oñas Pudadera.
Tinipak River, Daraitan, Tanay, Rizal has nourished many generations of Filipinos, since time immemorial. Mula kay Say Lakwatchera.
Untouched Natangco Island, Mogpog, Marinduque, beautiful since the beginning of time. Mula kay Mae Calaguio.
When the Earth was still much younger and still forming, the waves at Agho Island, Iloilo was created by hardening lava. Mula kay Jakie Kim.
In Brgy. Bangaan, Sagada, natives were able to blend nature and man's creation to create something beautiful. Mula kay Cynthia Cee.
Bakbakan Falls, Barangay Mainit, Brookes Point, Palawan looks something straight out of the era of dinosaurs! Mula kay Bryan Mahalan.
We wonder, how long has Anawangin Cove, Zambales has been this beautiful? Mula kay Alyzza Mariel Sanvicente Santos.
What's the most beautiful you went to visit during your last Bohol vacation? Mula kay Adu Ybañez.
The oldest fort in the Philippines, Cotabato, "Kuta Bato". Mula kay Aaron Kiel Roales.
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