Today, we are going to tell you the “Philippines most instagrammable places” which will help you to better navigate your vacation plans within the nation, enjoy the culture and make the most of your Philippines Vacation.
The Philippines, being an archipelago (a country made up of thousands of large and small islands). Also, it differs from other popular Southeast Asian nations (Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Malaysia, Singapore), so when it comes to culture, there are some vast differences.
So lets read about the 20 most instagrammable places in the Philippines.
Banaue Rice Terraces
Please put on your most stylish winter clothes and head north to Benguet to see the remarkable beauty of its ancient rice terraces. Your followers are sure to love their paintings with carved, dark green roofs.
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Pagudpud is a city located on the northern coast of the island of Luzon in the north of Ilocos. The resorts, on an extensive sweep of Bagu Bay, stretch the long line of Saud Beach. It is one of the most beautiful and serene beaches in the Philippines. Best time to visit Pagudpud is in a cold, rainy, thin weather, but it was clear that the beach was beautiful and unique, and its an excellent location for your Instagram post.
El Nido, Palawan
Spend a day or two among the stunning rock formations and the deep blue waters of El Nido, Palawan. You can trek on its limestone cliffs or swim in its clear pool (water).
Recently the attraction opened in the north of Luzon is attracting the attention of young people. Visitors can experience a day of adventure playing on this inflatable playground, then relax in a colourful and cosy comfort zone.
Caramoan Islands, Camarines Sur
A group of islands on the eastern side of Camarines Sur in the Bicol region is perfect for adventure seekers. Stop for a night or two in its secluded corner and stay at La-La castaway.
Go for the sights of the Cordillera region and trek to Mt. Pulag in Bengate. It is the highest peak of Luzon and offers an enchanting view of the sea of clouds.
Day tours offer a chance to see the crater lake of Mt. Pinatubo. Travel there through 4 × 4 and see the ash desert that was generated by the eruption of the mountain.
Negros is a place to revisit Occidental history. One of its most popular tourist destinations is The Ruins, an old mansion that was abandoned during the Spanish colonial era.
Bonifacio Global City
In Manila, a location for Instagram-worthy shots is Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City. Filled with beautiful wall art, skyscrapers and city lights, BGC is often seen by working professionals.
Tagaytay looks for the Highlands, not for the country far from Manila. Giant trees, beautiful views of Tal Lake and the superb food offered in the holes in the walls are all recommended.
Boracay island has entertainment, relaxation and leisure. The place is also a haven for Instagram lovers due to the many hot spots for their next photo shoot.
Pinto Art Museum
To get your inner artist out, check out the Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo City. The fantastic works of various artists are sure to brighten your Instagram feed.
The Bantayan Islands of Cebu should not be removed from this list! Its clear waters, calm waves and fresh vibes will give you a much-needed break from the hustle and bustle of the Philippines’ metropolis.
Manmade Mahogany Forest
Go green and see Bohl’s pride – humanmade mahogany forest. Let your photographer capture you amid breathtaking greenery.
White Island In Camiguin
Camiguin’s Naked Temptress. The stunning White Island or Medan Island is 10 minutes from the northern coast of Camiguin. Boats are also available to rent. Some resorts even offer their day trips to visit this ancient, powdery paradise—an excellent place to post on Instagram.
Mantigue Island In Camiguin
When you get off the boat, the island of magnetization spells. The island is beautiful beyond with its crystal clear waters, where you can encounter intimately with corals and fish even while riding a boat. You can meet a wide variety of fish that live in the clear waters around the island.
Big Lagoon, El Nido
The lake at Big Lagoon State Park offers fishing, crabbing, boating, swimming, birding and more. It is recommended that tourists as an art of an island-hopping experience. If you go as the first part of the tour, you will not find so many people.
As an alternative, we proposed going on a private tour among some people, and you can get less crowded at places like the Big Lagoon than the island-going trips. If the boat you are renting is not meant to go inside the Big Lagoon, we recommend you rent a kayak.
Nacpan Beach, El Nido
Nacpan is a long beach in El Nido with deep blue water that you will love! We enjoyed swimming and snorkelling here as the water is crystal clear and very clear. you can reach it by private boats. Travellers also enjoy playing beach volleyball and football on this beautiful beach.
Malapascua only recently became a tourist attraction, and there was a hidden gem in Cebu. As a diving spot, its waters are one of the most extreme and most beautiful. Here you can encounter thresher sharks all year round! Those involved in diving can enjoy the bright sand and crystal clear waters of Malapascua.
Oslob, officially the municipality of Oslob, is a 4th class municipality in Cebu Province, Philippines. The largest fish of the world, the whale shark (Rhincodon typus), has learned to feed local fishers, who sprinkle krill in the water to suck sharks into their gills.
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