Get Your Dose of Vitamin Sea with These 5 Beach Destinations in the Philippines

Summer’s almost over but it is never too late to get your own dose of vitamin sea in our country’s best beaches. BRB Boracay, and say hello to these 5 beach destinations that will surely satisfy your sand-and-sea craving.

Camiguin, White Island / IMAGE Philippine Airlines
The White sandbar of Camiguin is one of the most popular destinations in the whole of Camiguin. Only a few kilometers away from the northern area of Camiguin Island, it’s the only beach in the area that has fine white sand. It also has an excellent view of Mt. Vulcan and Hibok-Hibok.

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How to get there: Direct flights are available from Cebu to Camiguin for as low as Php 988 one-way. From Camiguin Airport, you may choose to stay in resorts 10 minutes away. From there, you can plan a day trip to White Island.


Sohoton Natural Park, Siargao

Siargao / IMAGE TripAdvisor
Siargao is indeed a popular surfer town, but what a lot of people don’t know is that one of the main attractions of this province is the Sohoton Natural Park. Located in the south of the province, the park features a 60-meter long tunnel passable only by boat during the low tide season. Within, you can discover the Hagukan Cave or the Diving Cave.




How to get there: You can take Philippine Airlines’ direct flights from Clark to Siargao starting July 1, 2018. Van transfers from Sayak Domestic Airport are available going to General Luna where Cloud 9 is.

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Anda Beach, Bohol

Anda Beach / www.boholislandtour.com
Bohol has a way of drawing you into its embrace. Aside from the popular Chocolate Hills, there are a whole lot of things to explore in this famed island. Visit Anda Beach and enjoy its white and powdery sand. Another spot to visit is the Cabagnow Cave Pool located in the outskirts of Anda. With its rich blue waters that go as deep as 12 feet, it’s worth taking a dip (or a dive) in the cave pool.

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How to get there: Catch a plane from Manila to Bohol (Tagbilaran). Upon arrival at the airport, you may hail a trike going to Dao Bus Terminal. From there, take a bus or van to the town of Anda.

Coron Islands, Palawan

Kayangan Lake in Coron / IMAGE Philippine Airlines
You can island hop in Malcapuya Beach, touted to be the next Boracay; Culion Island; Malaroyroy Island; and Banana Island known to be a good spot for snorkeling. Coron is also known for its majestic “karst” limestones formations, which began forming 260 million years ago!


How to get there: Take the direct plane ride of PAL from Clark directly to Coron (Busuanga). Upon arrival at Busuanga Airport, take a van to the town of Coron.

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San Vicente, Palawan

San Vicente, Palawan / IMAGE pageone.ph
Dubbed as the “longest white beach in the Philippines” with its 14-kilometer stretch, San Vicente is a budding destination in Palawan, seen to be at par with Coron’s fine white sand beaches. The beach stretches across the coast of Barangays San Isidro, Alimangoan, and New Agutaya. Now is the best time to catch this tropical paradise, still untouched by commercial resorts.

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How to get there: Conveniently enough, PAL is soon opening a direct flight from Clark to San Vicente on October 28. From San Vicente Airport, you may hire a trike driver to give you a tour of the beach.

Traveling to these amazing spots are made easier with Philippine Airlines’ affordable fares. Experience PAL’s “buong pusong alaga” (whole-hearted care) complete with snacks and beverages, baggage allowance, and comfortable seats at budget-friendly rates. Despite the Boracay closure and the rainy season, these beach destinations can satisfy your wanderlust. Visit philippineairlines.com and plan your next beach destination to get your ultimate vitamin sea!

DISCLAIMER: This is a press release from PAL. Minor edits were made.

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