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Donsol

Donsol, in the province of Sorsogon, is popular among local and foreign tourists in the Philippines for being one of the places where one can swim with whale sharks in an eco friendly way (as opposed to the infamous Oslob in the island of Cebu). Its proximity to...

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Siquijor

The tiny island of Siquijor, named Isla de Fuego (Island of Fire) by the Spanish when they first arrived on the island in the sixteenth century, has maintained an air of mystery. To this day some Filipinos believe it to be the center of witchcraft in the Philippines....

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Bohol

Bohol is the 10th largest island of the Philippines. It has become extremely popular among local and foreign tourists for its Chocolate Hills, the tiny Tarsier monkeys (smallest apes in the world) and the infamous Alona Beach in Panglao Island.  However, Bohol is big...

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Ati-Atihan

The Ati-Atihan Festival in Kalibo, Aklan on the island of Panay is, according to many, the “Mother of all Festivals in the Philippines” honouring the Santo Niño in the Visayas Region. Held annually in the first month of the year, like the Sinulog in Cebu and Dinagyang...

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Moalboal

Moalboal a small but lively coastal resort, popular among travelers in the Philippines.  It's located around 90 kilometers from Cebu City. It has a lot to offer, from a coastline lined with  bars and restaurants where you can have a drink or two while watching the...

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Siargao

Siargao is a tear-drop shaped island in the Philippine Sea and is part of Surigao del Norte and the Mindanao group of islands. It’s known for surfing and for the beautiful white sand (smaller) islands that surround it. Siargao ,although a less well known fact, boasts...

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