The Philippine archipelago offers an endless choice of over 7,000 small and large islands and beaches as far as the eye can see. In addition to the expected rest and sea sports, you can enjoy a huge number of caves, rivers, green forests, and rock formations. Here and there you can find rocky hills rising above the sea surface. You also have a choice of accommodations, regardless of your taste. The views you will see on beaches such as Buena Suerte Beach and Siargao Beach will certainly not leave your memories.

Here are some impressive places not to be missed during your Filipino vacation:

1. Balabac Beaches

In the farthest and southwest tip of the province of Palawán, Balabac is a secluded and crude paradise. The choirs of rare animals and birds are typical music where virgin island beaches and turquoise water are normal scenery!

Balabac is a group of 31 islands with untouched, fine sandy beaches and islets and endemic flora and fauna, and a rich marine life located within the rich waters of the Sulu Sea. It is the final border of the Molbog tribe and its people. It is the last one of the last border.

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2. Kayangan Lake



This exciting beach, located on the island of Coron, is the perfect place for adventurers. In addition to the full range of sea sports, you can have fun with shipwreck diving or see one of the most impressive coral reefs in the world. The large selection of activities includes boat trips and cliff diving. Of course, the beach has quiet places to relax. Accommodation varies from beach villas to first-class hotels. Climb high on one of the nearby hills to take great landscape photos or just watch the sunset over the ocean.

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3. Alona Beach



Bohol, where Alona Beach is located, is a great place to relax due to the small number of tourists and solitude, ideal for couples and families with children. The place is perfect for swimming, diving, and snorkeling. If you are lucky you can see dolphins and maybe whales. One of the most luxurious resorts here are Donatela Hotel and the luxury BE Grand Resort, Bohol. If you love wildlife, visit Chocolate Hills where you can see the local tarsier monkeys.

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4. White Beach

The beach is located in the famous Boracay Island and is rightly a major tourist destination. Incredibly beautiful nature is ideal for taking photos – in one photo you can take pictures of the blue sea, endless beach, and nearby caves. This beach is also a favorite for kitesurfing-lovers. There are luxury resorts here, such as the Coast resort, which have their own beaches. Local shops and boutiques are also a big attraction.

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5. Buena Suerte Beach

Palawan Island, home to Buena Suerte Beach, is easily reached by flight from around the world. Nature here is majestic, the beaches are dotted with fine granules of sand, which at sunset reflect light and look lit in different colors. It is also a paradise for divers because of the rich underwater life and coral reefs. The accommodations have a wide range, and villas built above the water are also available.

Address: Calle Hama, Barangay Buena Suerte, El Nido, 5313 Palawan, Philippines
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6. Saud Beach

Saud Beach on the island of Luzon is the perfect place to escape the crowds. This beach is not so rich in coral reefs, caves, and rock formations, but offers a perfect beach experience and relaxation. Unlike most of the beaches mentioned so far, this one is located in the northern part of the Philippine archipelago, where the tourist influx is not so great. If you prefer luxury resorts here you can find them, but they are a little further from the beach. The hotels on the beach are rather small and intended for peaceful family vacations.

Address: Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte, Philippines
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7. Pearl Farm Beach


Pearl Farm Beach is part of the many private beaches on Samal Island. It is owned by The Pearl Farm Beach Resort, which attracts tourists with a wide choice of accommodations, a beautiful beach with pink sand, and modern amenities. Many visitors of the island choose this beach because it is an ideal mix between a relaxation area and a place for water sports and swimming.

Address: Brgy, Babak – Samal – Kaputian Rd, Babak, Island Garden City of Samal, 8119 Davao del Norte, Philippines
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8. Anguib Beach


Beaches surrounded by mangrove trees, creating a feeling of wildness. This sounds like the perfect tropical vacation and this beach offers it. The beach is located in the region of the historic Santa Ana area, which in itself is worth a visit. Accommodations are mainly small villas and private family resorts. The beach is an ideal place for kayaking or snorkeling, and in many places, you can see volcanic rocks, wild animals, and rare plants.

Address: Santa Ana, Cagayan, Philippines
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9. Puerto Galera Bay


Puerto Galera is a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its amazing flora and fauna. The beach is an ideal place for divers who want to observe coral reefs and underwater animal species. Nearby are the remains of the ancient city, which you can see if you are a lover of historical heritage.

Address: Santa Ana, Cagayan, Philippines
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10. Paradise Beach on Bantayan Island


The secluded little Paradise Beach is located on Bantayan Island and is a common choice for people who want to hide from the big crowds, relax and enjoy the tropical exotic flora and fauna. This beach is not close to major resorts or restaurants, so if you choose it, be prepared to bring something to eat. You will probably choose to stay in Santa Fe, from where you can rent a car to reach this paradise beach.

Address: Santa Ana, Cagayan, Philippines
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11. Honda Bay


Another beach on our list, located in Palawan Island and ideal for water sports (snorkeling, diving, jet-skiing, and wakeboarding) and relaxation. From the beach often start the so-called. hopping tours during which you go around several local beaches. The accommodation has a variety of options, but the most common choice is to stay at one of the resorts in Puerto Princesa and travel by ferry to the beach.

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12. Siargao Beaches

Siargao Beach is best known for Cloud Nine waves – a real challenge for professional surfers. If you want to watch or take part in the Cloud Nine Surfing Cup competition, then September is the right month for your tropical vacation. But except for surfing, all year round here you can find a number of other water sports and wonderful places to relax. Here you can also stay in first-class hotels such as Siargao Bleu Resort and Spa or Isla Cabana Resort and.

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