The More, The Merrier!: Tourism in the Philippines

Philippines is indeed one of the countries blessed with rich and wonderful natural resources and attractions. It is one of the things that we should put a lot of effort and much attention in order for us to maximize the things that it brings which are most beneficial to us. From crystalline waters up to the rough, slick lime stones from underground. You’ll find them here! In line with this, Tourism is indeed booming in the Philippines for the past years. Every year, different advocacies for the attraction of tourists here in the country. The latest are the tourism campaigns of CHOOSE PHILIPPINES Campaign and IT’S MORE FUN IN THE PHILIPPINES.

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WHY CHOOSE PHILIPPINES?

Reasons are COUNTLESS. We can start off with the warm and nice people up to the economic advances in the country. If we’ll look into them detail by detail, you might end up wanting to live the rest of your life in the country! From leisure u

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Festivals are more fun in the Philippines! As most people would say, a party here is called a fiesta. During a fiesta, different colorful “banderitas” can be seen hanging above the streets, children are dancing on the street wearing colorful costumes that are related to the festivity. For example is from the hometown where I grew up, Calauag, Quezon Philippines. Alimango festival is celebrated annually on the third week of May. Students of different school compete on a street dancing and wears Alimago-inspired costumes.  Several competitions were also held like cooking contest, bangkarerahan, alimango race, and the competition of the biggest and heaviest alimango. It is a week-long celebration for thanksgiving and promotion of products and tourism of the town. That is just one among the countless festivals in the country like Pahiyas in Lucban Quezon, Kadayawan sa Dabaw in Davao City, Sinulog in Cebu and many more!

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Waves – More fun in the Philippines! Got that big love for beaches? Island hopping? Extreme water sports or just enjoys the dip on the water on a hot summer day? The Philippines got it all for you. You can choose of the sand of your favorite color! We got black, brown, gray, white, even pink! In addition to that, The Philippines, according to its Department of Tourism, the No. 1 tropical beach in the world is here in one one of its provinces, Palawan!

If you want to just do sun bathing and partying by the beach, Boracay is the place for you! Situated in the Panay Island of Western Visayas. The destination is just perfect for those who just want to chill and enjoy nature.

Or if you’re after extreme water sports, like surfing on the most challenging place in the country, Siargao Island, the “Surfing Capital of the Philippines” in Surigao del Norte is the place for you!

Choices are countless! Hungry for more? 🙂

 

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Above the clouds – More fun in the in the Philippines!

Mountain Trekking? Climbing? Hiking? Been fond of exploring forests and going to extreme heights? The country has a variety of extreme sports to offer its visitors as well as the locals! The activities let you experience cloud nine! Like literally on the clouds because it will lift you up on air! An example of such is the adventure to Mt. Pinatubo!

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It’s totally More Fun in the Philippines!

twomonkeystravelgroup.com has listed the “Ultimate List of Extreme Activities in the Philippines!” The activities ranges from mountaineering up to the water rafting in the Philippines! You can check out the activities here.

For your ultimate travel guide in the Philippines, you can also visit the government’s official site for tourism at http://itsmorefuninthephilippines.com/ In this site, you can further explore wider range of destinations and features of the country!

What are you waiting for?

See you soon in the Philippines! 🙂


CHECK OUT: Top 10 Tourist Destinations in the Philippines

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