11 Summer Destinations in PH

Summer is here yet again. Christmas is not the only time of the year that makes people cheer. Summer is also an awaited event of adults, workers, students, families, couples, etc. In short, everyone looks forward to this time as well. (Read: 13 Gorgeous Beaches in Samal)

And here in the Philippines, there are tons and tons of places that are great for that perfect summer get-away or summer destination.

Here is a list of the top 11 summer destinations in the Philippines that you might want to check out for your upcoming summer vacation.

Be One with Nature
1.  El Nido, Palawan
If enjoying and seeing marine diversity is one of the things you enjoy or want to experience, El Nido is one of the best places to go to here in the Philippines. Not only that, jungle and mangroves are found here as well. Discover the hidden gems here in the Philippines that make even foreigners feel amazed of our country. Recommended hotels in El Nido.

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2. Coron, Palawan
Perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving, Coron is yet another example of Palawan’s beauty. It is a must that you check out their lagoons and coves, and as well as their limestone cliffs. Recommended accommodations in Coron.

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3. Bicol Region
Didn’t think this would be great for summer? Well think again. In Bicol there are different activities that can be done such as diving, rock climbing, snorkeling, swimming, ATV etc. There aren’t any resorts here so if camping is your thing, then try going here. Recommended places to stay in Legazpi City.

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“Let’s Go to the Beach Beach”
There are a lot of beaches in the previous places mentioned but here are the other beaches you should check out. ( Other than Boracay 😉 )

4. Siquijor
Sorcery and witchcraft is not the reason why this place is getting so much attention, but it is because of all the dazzling and elegant beaches here. Paliton, Candanay Sur, Salagdoon, Dumanhog are just SOME of the MANY beaches that you can go to in Siquijor. Recommended resorts in Siquijor.

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5. Pagudpud
Known as Boracay of the North (of course without the huge crowd), if white sandy beached and crystal clear blue waters is what you want to see, Pagudpud has a lot of beaches that can give you exactly just that. Recommended beach resorts in Pagudpud.

6. Batangas
Looking for somewhere to go near Manila? Batangas has more than 10 beaches you might want to check out this summer. E.g. Laiya, Anilao, Masasa, Fortune Island, etc. Recommended places to stay in Batangas.

7. Negros Oriental
A tropical paradise away from the polluted and crowded city, what’s in Negros Oriental that you have to check out is Manjuyod White Sand Bar. The whole place screams peace and serenity, perfect for couple or family vacation trips. Places to stay near Manjuyod White Sand Bar.

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Keeping it Cool
8. Baguio City
The summer capital of the Philippines is the usual choice but it never gets old. The people, the weather, the STRAWBERRIES, and the nature are just some of the reasons why it’s still a great destination. Recommended hotels in Baguio.

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9. Sagada
Maybe summer is also the time that you’d be like Angelica Panganiban, where you go soul searching, trying to rebuild yourself. Best place to heal your broken heart is in the cold mountains of Sagada. Recommended places to stay in Sagada.

10. Lake Sebu 
Try ziplining and waterfalling! Worried about getting too sweaty with the trek and the heat? Lake Sebu actually has a cool weather. Places to stay in Lake Sebu.

Bargains and adventures
11. Davao
Davao is an interesting place to visit every summer. It hosts the Visit Davao Fun Sale that features big discounts on country tours, beach tours, shopping, dining and hotels in Davao, Samal and even as far as Davao Oriental. Recommended places to stay in Davao.

So which one are you going to this summer?

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