The Philippines consists of more than 7200 islands. Therefore it better to hit rural areas near coastal area like places in the middle part. You better hit the following
1. Boracay - a place where you can see white sand.
2. Palawan - a place where you can see a lot crocodile and one of the island where you most expensive houses are located.
3. General Santos
4. Sagada Cave
5. Flower Festival in Baguio
6. Chocolate Hill in Bohol
7. Ilocos Sur - a place where you see old building built during Spanish era.
Do not visit the Philippines around July to September. These months are the rainy seasons.
Do not visit the south south part of the country. This is avoid being a victim of abduction done by rebels.
The most famous white sand in the Philippines is in an island called - Boracay. This beach is known in the world because of the fine white sand and clear water where the sun can be best enjoyed.
If you are in the Philippines, do not forget to visit Davao City, Bohol, Camiguin Island, Palawan and Boracay. These places are really beautiful.
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by TravelDotCom7 years ago
Boracay in the Philippines is a very nice place to stop. I would love to spend my vacation here. Hotels and resorts are one-of-a-kind. Foods are very sumptuous. Very nice white sand beach. Lot of bars.
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