TravelBook Fans Share 5 Philippine Destinations to Visit after Graduation

Have one last hurrah with your friends before you begin your career.

By Nigel Maranan
March 26, 2014

Graduation blues getting you down? Make lasting memories with your friends this summer by going on a getaway on one of the Philippines’ 7,107 islands. Go on a zip line adventure in Baguio, or go on a sunset cruise along the pristine shores of Boracay.  

We asked our Facebook fans to share which destinations they’d like to visit post-graduation. Read on to find out what some of them said.

Suggested by Gline Avila

Located in the Northern Luzon region, Baguio is an ideal place to spend your graduation celebration. Traveling to Baguio by public transportation is easy with various bus terminals available across the metro. Go on a food trip and try Baguio’s famous restaurants or take a breezy stroll through Burnham Park where you can also get a taste of Baguio’s local delicacies.

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Puerto Galera
Suggested by Jonas Lazaro

Famous for Sabang Beach, Puerto Galera is an alternative beach option if you and your friends are not keen on traveling beyond Luzon for fine white sand. Aside from the beach, Puerto Galera also has three beautiful waterfalls you can visit: Aninuan, Talipanan, and Tukuran.

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Suggested by Mary Jane Cruz

Bring the barkada on an adventure to Palawan. Famous for the Puerto Princesa Underground River and luxury El Nido resorts, Palawan is the place to visit if you are seeking adventure and lush beaches.

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Suggested by Jinky Castro

Being one of the most famous white beaches in the country, Boracay is a must-visit for your vacation. Soak up the sun’s rays while you enjoy tropical drinks with your friends in the daytime. Party it up and experience the nightlife once the sun goes down.

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Suggested by Jethro Babon

Go camping in the Anawangin Cove in Zambales. Bond with your barkada through games and music and go stargazing at night while hanging out on the beach. Zambales is also one of the country’s prime surfing destinations, so you can practice your skills and catch some waves.

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