On any other day, on any other destination, it takes a certain amount of pondering on how to describe a place. When you write about a travel location, it can get pretty challenging to allow readers to go on that journey with you; to let them in on what you see and what you eat and what you feel—on what makes a certain place worthy of a visit. But such is not the case for the place we’ll be taking you today—Boracay.
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Here in the Philippines, we are blessed with stunning coastlines and crystal-clear turquoise waters. We bask in the limelight of being a tropical country and thrive in it. While we have the popular islands—Boracay, El Nido, Siargao, Cebu—we also have hidden gems that may take a bit more time and effort to get to. It may be exhausting, but the wee bit of burnout is always worth it.
Bohol is one of the most visited islands here in the Philippines – and for good reason. It’s been on everyone’s lists of ultimate Philippine island destinations simply because it still holds some of the best beaches – and tourist spots – in the country.
Negros Occidental occupies the northwestern half of the island of Negros. Bacolod is the capital city and considered the second most populous municipality in Western Visayas region after Cebu. This is that part of the Philippines where you fly in, stuff yourself until you’re full and then head out to your next adventure.