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Popular Nature Attractions in Philippines

White Beach
Boracay·Philippines
4.7/5
1,467 Reviews
Seashore
Beach
White Sand Beach is located in the middle of the west bank of Boracay. It is made up of large corals with soft white sand. The beach is quiet during the day, but turns into a huge open bar at night, transformed with the lights and music of a nightclub. . White Sand Beach is runs 4 kilometers from north to south, and offers a rich variety of water sports, including snorkeling, deep diving, banana boating, windsurfing, parasailing and more. Of course, you can also take a relaxing stroll on the beach and enjoy the crisp sea breeze. There are many resort hotels and restaurants on the beach, including the D'mall shopping center located in the middle of the beach, with convenient dining and recreational options.
Chocolate Hills
Bohol Island·Philippines
4.3/5
436 Reviews
Mountain
Located in the middle of Bohol Island, Chocolate Hills is an iconic natural wonder on the island where the film Harry Potter was filmed. Chocolate Hills are made up of thousands of hills with similar shape and varying heights. The lawns on the hills will turn brown in dry seasons, looking like a piece of chocolate from afar. Chocolate Hills is green during other seasons. You can take a motorcycle or walk up the mountain, on top of which a viewing platform provides a good point to enjoy the view.
Magellan's Cross
Cebu·Philippines
4.1/5
312 Reviews
Historical Site
The large wooden cross is supposed to contain the remnants of the very cross that Magellan planted upon landing in the Philippines.
Alona Beach
Bohol Island·Philippines
4.4/5
285 Reviews
Beach
Alona Beach is a white sand beach on a small island in the southwest corner of Bohol. The beach is formed by a deserted coral reef and it is very cool to set foot on. There are no noisy air paragliders, jet skis and other sea recreations. All you can do is dive and rest. Along the beach is a restaurant, dive shop, restaurant, and tourists from all over the world.
Manila Bay
Cavite·Philippines
4.3/5
531 Reviews
Seashore
Manila Bay is a natural bay on the west side of Manila, and Manila Bay is directly opposite Roxas Boulevard. Manila Bay is a great place to watch the sunset, with its especially stunning scenery in the evening. It is absolutely a delight to stroll along the shores of Manila Bay. You can also take a ride on the Super Ferris Wheel at the nearby playground and overlook the beautiful scenery of Manila Bay.
Friday Beach
Boracay·Philippines
4.6/5
586 Reviews
Beach
Friday Beach is probably Boracay's most famous white sand beach. It is located inside Friday's Boracay. The sand here is soft and fine. This area doesn't have very many tourists so, as a result, you can enjoy the white sand beach without interruption or distraction. Build castles out of sand or stroll hand-in-hand with a lover. You can order a drink from the bar while leisurely lying back on one the beach's lounge chairs. Friday Beach is also a great place to watch the sunset, providing an unparalleled experience.
Puka Shell Beach
Boracay·Philippines
4.5/5
596 Reviews
Beach
Located in the northern part of Boracay, Puka Beach has a tranquil seaside atmosphere, and you will see very few visitors. It was famous for its shiny Puka shells, and you can pick up beautiful small shells on the beach after the tide. On the beach, you will also see small vendors selling shellfish products, as well as small bracelets made by local residents. You can watch the sunset at Puka Beach. In the evening, the beach will be covered by sunset glow. Enjoy this charming evening view.
Virgin Island
Bohol Island·Philippines
4.5/5
313 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Virgin Island is a small uninhabited island. The beachs around the island appear with the tides for only a few hours every day. It is amazing to see the beautiful trailing beaches during low tides and most of the island going under the water when the water level rises. There are two soft sandbanks extending from the Virgin Island, and it is very comfortable to walk on them. The seabed outside the sandbank is full of seaweed.

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