Underwater Museum of Japanese Shipwreck


Is another breathtaking destination in the province of Palawan, Philippines, known for its stunning natural beauty, crystal-clear waters, and rich marine life. It offers a mix of adventure, relaxation, and awe-inspiring scenery that attracts travelers from around the world. The waters around Coron are home to numerous Japanese shipwrecks from World War II, making it a paradise for wreck diving enthusiasts.

World's Best Island

El Nido

A breathtaking paradise located in the province of Palawan in the Philippines, renowned for its stunning limestone cliffs, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and pristine white sandy beaches. El Nido, Philippines, has received numerous awards and recognitions for its stunning natural beauty:

Powdery White Sand Beach


Is a world-renowned tropical paradise located in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines. Known for its powdery white sand beaches, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and vibrant nightlife, Boracay is a top destination for beach lovers and adventure seekers alike. The White Beach is its most famous attraction, featuring four kilometers of pristine, soft white sand that feels like powder beneath your feet.

Surfing Capital of the Philippines


Renowned for its world-class surfing spots, with Cloud 9 being the most famous. This iconic surf break offers powerful, hollow waves that attract surfers from around the globe.

Iconic Chocolate Hills


Renowned for its stunning natural attractions and historic sites. Perhaps the most iconic attraction of Bohol, the Chocolate Hills is a natural wonder consisting of thousands of cone-shaped hills covered in green grass that turns chocolate brown during the dry season.

Heart of the Philippines


Is a vibrant and diverse province , known for its rich history, treasure trove of historical landmarks. Cebu is rich in historical sites due to its significant role in Philippine history, particularly during the Spanish colonial period. One of the most vibrant and widely celebrated festivals in the Philippines is the Sinulog Festival in Cebu City. he highlight of the Sinulog Festival is the grand street parade, where thousands of participants dressed in vibrant and elaborate costumes dance to the beat of drums and traditional Sinulog music.

Dramatic Scenery


A captivating and remote group of islands situated at the northernmost tip of the Philippines. Known for its rugged landscapes, picturesque rolling hills, stunning coastlines, and unique Ivatan culture, Batanes offers a serene and off-the-beaten-path destination for adventurous travelers. Batanes is characterized by its dramatic landscapes, with lush green hills, towering cliffs. The iconic rolling hills of Batanes, particularly in places like Marlboro Country (Racuh a Payaman).

Eighth Wonder of the World


Famous for its breathtaking rice terraces, which are often referred to as the "Eighth Wonder of the World." The main attraction of Banaue is undoubtedly its ancient rice terraces, carved into the mountainsides by the Ifugao people over 2,000 years ago. These terraces are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and are often called the "Stairway to the Sky" due to their impressive scale and beauty.