☻White beach, Boracay
If it’s tropical beaches you’re looking for, the tiny dumbell-shaped island of Boracay has one of the best – 4km of powder white sand along the western shore is perfect for sunset with an ice-cold San Miguel beer.
☻Bohol is an island province of the Philippines located in the Central Visayas region. Its capital is Tagbilaran City. It is the
10th largest island in the country, securely nestled in the heart of the Visayas.  To the west of Bohol is Cebu, to the northeast is the island of Leyte and to the south, across the Bohol Sea is Mindanao.
Bohol is a popular tourist destination with its beaches and resorts. The Chocolate Hills, numerous mounds of limestone formation, is the most popular attraction. The island of Panglao, located just southwest of Tagbilaran City, is home to some of the finest beaches in the country. The Philippine Tarsier, considered by some to be the smallest primate, is indigenous to the island.
The island-province of Camiguin is a pear-shaped volcanic island in the northern tip of Mindanao. It is approximately 90 kilometers north of the City of Cagayan de Oro. It is bounded to the north by Bohol Sea, to the west by Macajalar Bay, to the southeast by Gingoog Bay and to the east by Butuan Bay.
Camiguin is the smallest province in Northern Mindanao, with its land area pegged at 29,187 hectares. It is composed of five towns, namely, Mambajao – the capital town, Mahinog, Guinsiliban, Sagay and Catarman. The island plays host to seven volcanoes, including the still-active Mount Hibok-Hibok. According to the National Statistics Office, Camiguin has a total population of 74,232 persons, making the province the second smallest in the Philippines in terms of population.
☻Palawan is an island province of the Philippines located in the Western Visayas Region. Its capital is Puerto Princesa City and it is the largest province in terms of land area. The islands of Palawan stretches from Mindoro to Borneo in the southwest. It lies between the South China Sea in the northwest and Sulu Sea in the southeast.
Take a boat across Taal Lake and climb one of the craters – although it hasn’t erupted since 1977, it is still one of the most active volcanoes in the world.
The four-day ascent to the top of Mount Apo – the tallest mountain in the Philippines – takes you past mountain tribespeople, boiling geysers and sulfuric lakes. Don’t even think about going without an experienced guide.
A quiet little island 8km north of Cebu, Malapascua is being tipped as the next popular getaway. It’s not hard to see why – the beaches are pristine and there is excellent diving around nearby islets.
☻White beach, Boracay