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The Top 5 Beach Destinations in the Philippines

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With summer right around the corner, locals and foreigners alike are preparing themselves to hit the beach, soak the sun, and unwind. But with the many beach locations around the “Pearl of the Orient”, what particular beaches should you visit? Today, we’ll look at the top beach destinations in the Philippines that will surely satisfy your summer cravings.


1. El Nido

Location: Palawan

El Nido is one of the more popular beach locations in the country, with refined white sands, clear views, and absolutely breath-taking land and seascape views.

Aside from that, nature lovers will definitely enjoy diving, as El Nido is teeming with ocean wildlife such as whales, sea cows, and dolphins to name a few.


2. Nacpan-Calitang Twin Beach

Location: El Nido, Palawan

Aside from the popular El Nido, Palawan is also known to harbor secret beaches and lagoons, one of which is Nacpan-Calitang Twin Beach. If you’re looking for some undisturbed peace & quiet, Nacpan-Calitang is for you.


3. Anguib Beach

Location: Sta. Ana, Cagayan

If you want an even more clandestine location to grab some ol’ fashioned R&R, take our advice and head on to Anguib Beach. It draws you in with its secretive ways, making you feel like you own the place.


4. Boracay

Location: Aklan

For those who are more attuned to the nightlife, head on over to Boracay. Aside from powdery white sands, the location is full of establishments such as restaurants, bars, and other stalls to keep you happily occupied during your vacation.


5. Caramoan

Location: Camarines Sur

Caramoan promises both seclusion and wonderful views, as it is surrounded by mountains, freshwater pools, lagoons, and waterfalls, to name a few. It was beautiful enough that the ‘Survivor’ TV show used this place as location for their series.

With that, we hope that you enjoy every bit of your vacation in this country filled with magnificent beaches.



Author: Philip Roa



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