The Canary Islands are popular vacation destination, and holidays here are associated with comfort, historical and natural attractions, delicious food, clean beaches and a leisurely, relaxed atmosphere. Tenerife is the largest and most popular holiday island of the Canary Archipelago. We are sure that you have heard a lot about vacation on the Canary Islands, in particular on Tenerife, and how interesting and exciting it is to spend time there. Nevertheless, if you need a visual assistant on how to have unforgettable vacation in Tenerife, our infographic will be helpful to you. We show useful information about the island so that it is easy to read and remember. After reading our infographics, you will be able to make a plan of your bright vacation in Tenerife!
When it comes to self-made trips to the Philippines, we are sure that many people have heard a lot about some of the attractions and how it is better to spend time there. However, if you are looking for a visual assistant – a list of what places to visit, what to do and what not to forget to take with you in a trip, then you’ll like our infographics.
On our Philippines vacation in September 2017, we started from the Busuanga Island in the province of Palawan, which is an hour’s flight by plane from the capital of the Philippines — Manila. The area we started from is called Calamian Islands.
A kilometer from the island of Busuanga is the island of Coron. These places in the Philippines attract tourists with their unbelievable nature: snow-white beaches and volcanic rocks, among which freshwater emerald lakes are located.
Moreover, there are wrecks from the Second World War near the island of Coron, which in turn attract to the Philippines divers from all over the world.
Palawan is rated by the Condé Nast Traveler Readers as the most beautiful island in the world and is also rated by the National Geographic Traveler magazine as the best island destination in East and Southeast Asia region in 2007, the 13th best island in the world having “Incredibly beautiful natural seascapes and landscapes. One of the most biodiverse islands in the Philippines…”
In this article, we are going to tell you where you should go on Busuanga Island, Philippines — the places where you can have fun, have a good meal and stay overnight.
Our tips will help you make a perfect trip. This article is for those who want to get the most out of visiting Busuanga and Coron, Palawan and to have an idea of the required budget.
What is this article about?
- Budget tips — Read our tips on saving money, and get approximate prices so you know how much money you will need.
- List of the best places — Explore the unique and beautiful sights of the islands. Visit not only tourist attractions, but also enjoy the opportunity to see something unique.
- The suggested route — Use our route or a part of the route to plan your trip, so as not to waste your time on it.
- Transport tips — Find out in advance all the cheapest routes, using links to local carriers.
- Food tips — Get a list of the best places to eat delicious and cheap food.
Moalboal is a small village on the island of Cebu in the Philippines with a rapidly developing dive destination. You can hardly find random tourists here – Moalboal is popular among snorkeling and diving lovers, because there is an incredibly beautiful coral reef with rich marine life right near the shore in the south-west of the island of Cebu.
Things to do in Moalboal is
- Swimming in the sea with turtles
- Watching the “dances” of multimillion sardines
- Snorkeling at a “home” reef and Pescador island
- Day or night diving
- Rest and snorkeling on beautiful White beach
- Unbelievable underwater images
- Canyoneering on Kawasan waterfall
- Watch incredible sunset
After Busuanga and Palawan island we arrived in Moalboal on the island of Cebu to change the type of our vacation in the Philippines. After boat tours along the lagoons and white beaches of Coron and El Nido, we decided to spend a few days snorkeling at the coral reef of Moalboal.
The structure of the coral reef along the Moalboal shoreline makes it an ideal dive site in the Philippines, you can also go in for freediving and snorkeling. The reef is right at the shore, and in some places it goes to a depth of more than 40 meters. And 3 km from the coast there is Pescador island – another popular place for diving and snorkeling in the Philippines, a feature of which is an underwater cave.
Another reason to go to Moalboal, Philippines was that it is convenient to get to the Kawasan waterfall from here, and we planned to spend a day behind canyoneering on Kawasan waterfall.
- Transport tips — learn about options how to get to Cebu island and then from Cebu City to Moalboal village, do not miss the information on how to get to the main attractions of Cebu island
- Budget tips — we show the estimated prices for food, accommodation and entertainment in Cebu and Moalboal so you can approximately imagine how much money you need
- The list of best places — explore the attractions of not only Moalboal, but also of Cebu island
- Food tips — find out the list of the places where you can eat delicious and cheap food and the places where it is better just to order smoothies and enjoy the sunset
Bohol and the neighboring Panglao island occupy one of the leading positions among popular tourist destinations in the Philippines. You shouldn’t be afraid that Bohol and Panglao are among the most visited islands, because it means that compared to most of the Philippines, the infrastructure here is well-developed and there are a lot of vacation rental offers for every taste, a pretty good choice of cafes and restaurants, a great number of tours and things to do for tourists. The main aspect of a trip for many tourists is a good hotel. Not everywhere in the Philippines you can find comfortable hotels, but on Bohol and Panglao there is a really good choice of different hotels. Bohol and Panglao are both perfect for self-made trips and package tours.
Yes, there are always many tourists on Bohol, but the days spent here will be filled with comfort, while many not so popular islands can’t boast of it. Bohol is the tenth largest Philippine island, and this is a great place not only for a beach holiday, but also for an active pastime: snorkeling, diving and etc. The first things you want to visit after mentioning the name of Bohol island are the well-known Chocolate Hills and unusual inhabitants of the island – small and lovely tarsiers.
However, these popular attractions are only a small part of what may surprise tourists in this region of the Philippines. The province of Bohol has unsurpassed landscapes – Lobok and Inabanga rivers, mangrove forests, numerous waterfalls and caves. Bohol Island is truly a paradise for those who like nature, active and beach holidays.
Visit Bohol and Panglao islands and you will get true pleasure and vivid emotions from the time spent here.
What to do in Bohol and Panglao islands
- Snorkel on any of the island’s beaches
- Join a diving tour to Balicasag or Pamilacan islands
- See rare animals – tarsiers
- Enjoy the view of the geological wonder – Chocolate Hills
- Take one of the trails in Chocolate Hills adventure park
- Spend a few days relaxing on beautiful beaches of the islands
- Visit several waterfalls of Bohol and Panglao and refresh on a hot day
- Rent a bike and go on a self-made journey through Bohol and Panglao
What will you find in this Bohol travel guide?
- Transport tips — find out how to get to Bohol and Panglao islands
- The List of Best Places — explore the natural and historical attractions of the islands
- Where to eat tips — find out a list of places where you can eat tasty and cheap + enjoy the sunset view
Canary Islands tourism is becoming more and more popular. Many people got bored of the crowded beach resorts of mainland Europe, and they choose Canary Islands (Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura) for many reasons:
- Wild beaches
- Unusual volcanic landscapes
- Colorful mountain views with trekking
- Endless ocean
- Mild comfortable climate
- Delicious Canarian food.
Tenerife – the largest island of the Canary archipelago. During our first visit to the island, we met a company who shared enthusiastic reviews about Tenerife and told us that they had come for vacation here for the eighth time!
At first it seemed strange to us, but after we spent on the island more time, we understood why many people fall in love with Tenerife – magnificent black beaches, national parks with breathtaking views, “cosmic” landscapes of Teide volcano, boat trips with the opportunity to enjoy the attractions of the island from the ocean and watch dolphins and whales in their natural habitat, a lot of theme parks, where especially tourists with children can have fun on Tenerife, active sports (surfing, kitesurfing, windsurfing, paragliding, diving), Canarian and Spanish cuisine and of course pleasant vacation prices. The days spent in Tenerife are fascinating at any time of the year, because here you can always find things to do and what to see on the island!
If you have the unique chance to meet the sunrise in the higher parts of the island, you will be able to see and enjoy the enormous shadow of the volcano that for a while reaches hundreds of miles into the Atlantic Ocean.