Dipolog City has been recognized as one of the best tourist attractions of the Philippines. Its flora and fauna system has been very rich and because of that, the place had been known as the ‘Orchid City of the Philippines’.
City of Flowers had been the rightful name for Zamboanga City to describe its mesmerizing beauty and unique charm. This Asia’s Latin City had been been blessed with colorful festivities owing it to various cultures that are prominent in this city.
Sorsogon is another symbol of development in terms of Eco-Tourism here in the Philippines. The location’s natural beauty and wonder have been developed by its local government to make it one of the best havens of tourists in the Philippines.
Legazpi City has been one of the noted places at the Bicol Region in the Philippines. No natural structure comes close to the Mayon Volcano: the world’s perfect cone and it has attracted a lot of visitors and tourists alike over the years just for them to experience this wonder.
Tagbilaran City has been a place of hospitality. It was due to the fact that the place had been characterized by amicable locals during the early history of the place. ‘Sandugo’ or the famous ‘Blood Compact’ has made Tagbilaran City a symbol of friendship.
Cebu City is a highly urbanized place in the Visayas Region in the Philippines. Unlike some of the recognized urban places around the Philippines, Cebu City was able to preserve its historical and religious prestige with the current advances for the past years.
Puerto Princesa is blessed by Mother Nature throughout the course of history. Palawan is one good example of imbibing the true culture of Eco-Tourism making them a prototype for all cities around the Philippines trying to revive and maintain the business of tourism.
Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority has been developed and maintained as one of the economic and technological hubs or centers in the Philippines. Its Eco-Tourism aspect cannot be undermined as well.
General Santos City has been one the abundant cities in the Philippines considering the ‘great catches’ they have making the place as the Tuna Capital of the Philippines. The locals never fail to give thanks for a good harvest as they celebrate creatively their town fiesta.
Leyte has been a symbol of hope during the Second World War. The Battle of Leyte Gulf had meant a lot for the freedom and victory for both the Americans and Filipinos as well. Colorful and vibrant festivities have defined Leyte’s significant historical events.