Sicayab-Bucana is fast becoming an eco-tourism destination in Dapitan, Zamboanga Peninsula. Its cliffs is attracting enthusiast rock climbers while photographers marvel around its dramatic rock formations especially during sunset. It’s beginning to be a popular venue for pre-nuptial shoots.
One of the most popular islands in the Philippines is Boracay Island in Aklan. Aside from its powdery white sand the island is known for its spectacular sunsets such as this. People crowding beside Willy’s Rock, a landmark by the shore.
With only a 30-minute pumpboat ride from Bislig City, Surigao del Sur, Hagonoy Island is a wonderful respite from the busy mainland of Bislig. It’s a small pearl shaped Island the size 4 basketball courts. The beach is soft and powdery and the water is crystal clear.
Submerged underwater by the eruption of Mt Vulcan Daan in 1870s, the large cross now serves as the marker to cemetery underwater. The Sunken Cemetery is also a site for dramatic sunsets making it a popular site in Camiguin Island.
A picture perfect paradise is found hidden behind the towering karst walls of Matinloc Island in El Nido, Palawan. Shielded from the waves of Bacuit Bay, the Hidden Beach is a perfect place for a solitary escape.