http://filipinotravelagency.com - Four hundred miles from Manila, a 12-hour trip by bus, lies one of the most sought-after travel destinations in the country- Sagada. But it offers so much more than the famous Hanging Coffins of its ancestors old. Today, Sagada is a mix of adventure- from the palate to the adrenalin. One of the few refreshing nature travel spots in the country without a beach. And that is saying something from a country with 1,107 islands!
http://filipinotravelagency.com/puerto-princesa-subterranean-river-national-park-a-subterranean-experience/ - Once again the Philippines is proud that the world notices another nature's gift with a combination of man's hard work, being one of the finalists for the New Seven Wonders of Nature. Puerto Princesa's Subterranean River National Park is now well-renowned because of its magnificent features. It is also known as St. Paul's Subterranean River National Park or St. Paul Underground River. It is located about 50 kilometers north of the city of Puerto Princesa. The National Park is situated in the Saint Paul Mountain Range on the northern coast of the island. The City Government of Puerto Princesa has been managing the park since 1992.
http://filipinotravelagency.com - If there is one place in the Philippines where you can experience a calm, serene, and idyllic vacation, it should be Batanes. Covering an area of 219.01 square kilometers, Batanes is the northernmost and the smallest province in the archipelago. Batanes may be small in size but it is big in natural resources. A patchwork of green fields, reeds, and stone houses brings tourists in this cozy paradise to another dimension.
http://filipinotravelagency.com - Boracay is an island of the Philippines located approximately 315 km (200 miles) south of Manila and 2 km off the northwest tip of Panay Island in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines. In 1990, it was voted by the BMW Tropical Beach Handbook as one of the best beaches in the world and again in 1996 by British publication TV Quick as the world's number one tropical beach.
http://filipinotravelagency.com - The Subic Bay / Olongapo area is exploding as a tourist destination with the number of both domestic and international guest on the rise. The transformation of the Subic Navy base into an economic zone with a concentration of recreational activities, night life and a wide variety of accommodations has placed a new tourist destination on the map.
http://filipinotravelagency.com - Pagudpud is a coastal resort town on the northernmost tip of Luzon in the Philippines. It is bounded to the south by the town of Bangui and to the east by the Cordillera Mountain Range, the town of Adams and the province of Cagayan. The South China Sea lies to the west and north. The town rolls over mountains, hills, valleys and flat coastal land. It lies 45 miles north of Laoag City, the provincial capital, and about 350 miles north of Manila.
http://filipinotravelagency.com - Nueva Ecija is the largest province and the biggest rice producer of Central Luzon, thus, often referred to as the “Rice Bowl of the Philippines.” Among its main attractions is the Pantabangan River, the country’s first multi-purpose infrastructure, which stands today as a phenomenon in Filipino engineering feats. Another is the Pampanga river, cutting across a rich valley floor, famed for irrigation, the generation of hydroelectric power, and the mitigation of flood damage.
http://filipinotravelagency.com - Located at the Northeastern part of Agusan Valley sprawling across the Agusan River is Butuan City, known for its colorful history and culture. BUTUAN is a term believed to have originated from the sour fruit “Batuan”. Others opined, it came from a certain “Datu Buntuan”, a chieftain who once ruled Butuan. Scholars believed, it came from the word “But-an”, which literally means a person who has sound and discerning disposition. Whichever theories appear credible depends on the kind of people residing in Butuan, for whatever is said about them, Butuan continues to live on.
http://filipinotravelagency.com - Considered as the birthplace of scuba diving in the Philippines, Anilao is frequented by both local and tourist divers. Locals operate beautiful resorts that are established close to dive sites. A must-see dive spot is the Cathedral, an underwater, roofless cavern that features a blessed cross installed between two large sea mounts. Talk about nature tripping with a touch of spirituality.
http://filipinotravelagency.com - Escape to a slice of paradise and experience Bohol’s celebrated sights and sounds in the island’s most luxurious beach resort. Invigorate your senses amidst lush tropical landscapes embraced by clear, turquoise waters and dazzling white-sand beaches. Indulge yourself and relax in world-class amenities while we pamper you with warmth that is classic Boholano.