Philippines

Flag of Philippines
Capital: Manila
Population: 108,116,615
Area: 342,353 km2

The "Pearl of the Oriental Seas", as this country is still called, is specific in so many ways: it spreads over seven thousand islands scattered in the Pacific Ocean, was historically known as a habitat for pirates and smugglers, and the beauty of the relief is reflected in the beaches of all possible species, chocolate hills and active volcanoes.

After more than 300 years of Spanish rule, the Philippines forms a unique blend of Southeast Asia and European traditions.

Every year, a large number of nature lovers, couples and adventurers from different parts of the world come to visit this beautiful country. The popular White Beach on the island of Boracay is considered the most beautiful beach not only in the Philippines, but in the whole world. Cebu, the second most famous city in the Philippines, has some of the best diving spots in the world, which is a paradise for adventurers.

Manila is the capital of the Philippines and is located on the shores of the Gulf of Manila. It is one of the most exciting capitals in the world, a cosmopolitan city with over a million and a half inhabitants, while life in it runs 24 hours a day. With over three centuries of Spanish rule, Manila has a special architecture and heritage, including churches, fortifications and other colonial buildings. If you love cheap shopping, food and enjoying sightseeing the big and picturesque cities then it is best to visit Manila.

For many, Palawan is a paradise more beautiful even than the Maldives or the Seychelles. Palawan has the most beautiful beaches and beautiful and affordable hotels and resorts. Palawan is reputed to be one of the most romantic destinations in the world and is a great choice for an exotic trip and honeymoon. You will love the beaches, picturesque places and of course the beautiful locations for water sports.

In the Philippines, you can enjoy delicious seafood and rice cakes. Pamper yourself with fresh juices or smoothies that will be prepared right in front of you.

The Philippines has a predominantly tropical climate. The weather in the Philippines has become unpredictable in the last few years, but in general, January to May is usually the best time in most parts of the country. However, this is also a high tourist season, so the prices of accommodation are higher and the crowd is bigger.

Untouched nature, endless beaches and numerous activities will only tickle your imagination, so you will want to come back here soon.