Coron Island has 7 saltwater lagoons surrounded by steep cliffs, most notably the Cayanan Lake, the cleanest lake in the Philippines. There are 13 sinking dive sites on Colon Island. There are surrounding by Japanese ships sunk by the U.S. Air Force in 1944 and these historical sites will be astonishing.
Siquijor has a narrow floodplain and delta. Is the third smallest island province in the Philippines. As soon as Siquijor was mentioned, witchcraft and mysterious, primitive witchcraft rituals came to mind. Island attractions, the white sand beach, waterfalls, caves, butterfly nursery and so on. It is also a potential destination for snorkeling and diving. During the colonial era, the Spaniards called it a "Flame Island" because a large group of fireflies stayed on the island, named by its weird and mysterious light while looking from far.
Mara is an administrative area under the jurisdiction of Aklan Province, Philippines. Mara's most famous tourist attraction is Boracay. Travel in Boracay, traveler enjoy different characteristics from it, the beach here is particularly unique.
One of the most famous tourist destinations in the Philippines, the island is 7km long and the white sandy beach, hailed as the "finest beach in the world," is 4 kilometers long. Boracay is shaped like a dumbbell and was voted the most beautiful beach in the world and the best tropical beach in the world.
You can enjoy the perfect entertaining style on the beach, diving or surfing here, or you can have a swim and enjoy the various features of the sea-bed walk.
9. EI Nido
El Nido is located in the far north of Palawan. Although referred to as "island", but not only refers to an island, but refers to a whole area of 45 islands. El Nido is the name of the Spanish in 1954, NIDO for the meaning of the nest, named after a large number of swallows in this nest. The most Palawan geographical and natural ecological representative of El Nido, there are limestone islands, three species of endangered sea turtles, more than 100 species of birds and thick coral layer, ubiquitous distribution of magical natural forces.
10. Puerto Princesa City
Puerto Princesa, now known as Spanish, is the capital of the Philippines' Palawan Province and the first-class port city and traffic hub in Palawan. Exiled here as a criminal during the Spanish colonial era, it is now known for its colonial monuments, underground rivers and diving spots. Princess Port is located in the forest, the real city center has only one through the city's main road, the shore has rows of colorful houses, though slightly outdated but clean and comfortable. Suitable for walking, riding or taking pictures.