Top Experiences In The Philippines

The Philippines is made of more than 7,000 islands is indeed a remarkable country. It is indeed a beautiful country to explore as it is dotted with many natural wonders. With several active volcanoes and typhoon-prone areas, one can certainly look forward to some unique experiences in the Philippines. One can learn about the country’s history in a museum or enjoy a local coffee. Read on to know how and where you can get some of the top experiences in the Philippines.

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Watch Whale sharks in Cebu

Whale shark encounters are almost 99% guaranteed in Oslob Cebu. They can be seen in a small barangay Tan-awan and is a very popular activity among the tourists and the locals. Look at how the whale sharks are fed as well as snorkel or dive with them.

Eat the famous Balut

Do not leave the Philippines without tasting the famous balut, a hard-boiled duck egg with the developing embryo still inside it. It is a must to taste the protein-rich egg, no matter how awkward it sounds or tastes.

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Watch the Sunrise at Sagada

Wake up early and head towards the Kitlepan Mountain to reach Sagada. It is indeed a magical experience to watch the sun rise and spread those bright shades of pinks and oranges across the sky. You can even stay overnight in a tent.

Ride the Jeepneys

When in the Philippines, do get on a Jeepney, which is a popular and colourful vehicle. It is an enjoyable and cheap mode of transportation.

Enjoy Canyoneering in Cebu

Cebu is one of the most popular tourist spots in the Philippines. Get ready for the most adrenaline-pumping adventure. Enjoy an outdoor trek that will take you down creeks within a canyon. You will need to do all of those activities like walking, jumping, swimming, climbing, and abseiling on the way.

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Sightsee the Banaue Rice Terraces

Those Rice Terraces are locked upon as one of the Eighth Wonders of the World. The sheer magnificence and expanse of greenery are sure to leave you in awe. The terraces are carved into the Lfugao Mountains more than 2000 years ago and are still used by the locals.

Boracay for best Kitesurfing

Boracay with white sand beaches and a fantastic nightlife offer another greatest pleasure – kitesurfing. The kitesurfing paradise boasts of ideal conditions for and it is here where you can hone your kitesurfing skills.

Look at the Bohol Tarsiers

The world’s smallest primate, the Tarsiers in a Bohol weigh only about four to five ounces. The primate dates back 45 million years, and it is hard to ignore those mesmerizing big eyes within the bony eye sockets. It is a joy to watch those nocturnal creatures that sleep during daytime.

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Take a soothing dip in a cooking pot

Bathe in the large cooking pot, known as kawa, and it would feel like you are being cooked alive. Those huge pots used to cook sugar are t6oday like a Jacuzzi tub. This is a great way to relax and a unique experience.

Explore the Chocolate Hills in Bohol

The geological formation of chocolate Hills comprises of more than a 1000 hills that are covered in green grass. As a famous tourist attraction of Bohol countryside, the trip is an ideal for the first-time visitors. Plan a full-day sightseeing tour to explore the natural and cultural wonders of those hills.

Ride a bamboo bike

Tour Intramuros, well famous as the Walled City on a bamboo bike. Those bamboo bikes are handmade by villagers and can be rented within the place. There are well-laid paths and walkable area with the city.

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Enjoy the Cambugahay Waterfalls in Siquijor

It is a must to visit the Siquijor Island Waterfalls which are indeed one of the most beautiful natural attractions you have ever come across. You can rope swing or jump into the deep pool with really clean surroundings.

Visit the active volcano Mayon

Located on the island of Luzon is, Mayon Volcano with a symmetrical cone shape is also referred to as the Perfect Cone. Massive evacuations are frequent because of frequent eruptions. It is certainly worth visiting the volcano and surrounding areas.

Throw plates, glasses and old stuff

Get rid of your frustration and anger in a restaurant in Tarlac that allows you to be aggressive and release the tension. Throw plates and glasses into a wall, the old radios, and TVs or whatever you can lay your hands on!.

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