TravelBook Fans Share 5 Philippine Destinations to Visit This 2014
Planning where to travel this year? Check out these suggestions from our Facebook fans.
By Nigel Maranan
January 03, 2014
Planning where to go this 2014? If you haven’t renewed your passport yet or don’t want to be gone too long from the office, why not travel locally? The Philippines has more than 7,000 beautiful islands you can choose from. We asked our Facebook fans to share which Philippine destination they want to visit this year. Read on to find out what some of them said.
Suggested by Sambeaco Sunglao
Famous for the Puerto Princesa Underground River, Palawan is a natural choice for places to travel to this 2014. Whether it's your first time going to the islands or you're a frequent visitor, you will surely be dazzled by what Palawan has to offer. Aside from taking a trip to the Underground River in Puerto Princesa, you can also go firefly watching in a paddle boat along the beautiful Iwahig River.
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Suggested by Nhyl Maronilla
More than an hour away from Manila by plane, Davao is packed with activities and adventures that will surely make your vacation worthwhile. If you and your friends are adventurous, you can try white water rafting along the Davao River or wakeboarding at the Deca Wake Cable Park.
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Dennis John Campit
A great destination to visit all year round, Boracay is a fun place for a family vacation or a place to relax and unwind from stress. Book a room at one of the island’s beachfront hotels and witness a sunset view like no other. With water sport activities such as scuba diving, parasailing, and jet skiing available, you will definitely find an activity you'll enjoy.
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Suggested by Michael Salgado
Known as the Queen City of the South, Cebu is a fast-growing city that attracts thousands of tourists every year. Some popular spots you might want to visit are Magellan’s Cross, Fort San Pedro, Basilica del Santo Niño, and Museo Sugbo.
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Cagayan De Oro
Suggested by Becs Magno
The first thing that comes through people's minds when Cagayan De Oro is mentioned is white water rafting or river trekking. Packed with challenging rapids, the Cagayan De Oro River offers adventurers a one-of-a-kind experience!
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