Philippines Photo Gallery

 
X
Relaxing on White Beach on the Philippine island Boracay. Frequently named to 'World's Best Beaches' lists, the soft sands and glass-clear waters of White Beach grow more crowded every year, but that hasn't diminished the beach's popularity.  
Credit: Jon Rawlinson/Flickr 
X
An outrigger canoe in the crystalline waters of Camiguin, in the Northern Mindano region of the Philippines  
Credit: chjab/Wikimedia 
X
The Our Lady of Atonement Cathedral in Baguio City, on the Philippine island Luzon, is famous for its distinct rose-colored exterior.  
Credit: Wikimedia 
X
The Philippine island Mindoro is known for its pristine beaches and its coral reefs, which include the second-largest contiguous reef in the world.  
Credit: Wikimedia 
X
El Nido Bay, in the Philippine province Palawan. Comprising more than 1,700 islands, Palawan is the Philippines' largest province. It's also one of the country's most popular destinations, known for its white-sand beaches, virgin forests, and some of the world's best scuba diving among more than 4,200 square miles of coral reefs teeming with aquatic life.  
Credit: Nino Verde/Wikimedia 
X
A palm grove in the Philippines's Palawan province  
Credit: Wikimedia 
X
Rice terraces carved into the mountains on the Philippine island Luzon. Terrace farming is an ancient practice among the Igorot hill tribes native to Luzon.  
Credit: Photodisc 
X
Paco Park Church in the Philippine capital, Manila. Though the current structure was only built in 1938, churches have existed on this site since 1580, each damaged or destroyed by war, civil unrest, or natural disaster.  
Credit: Shubert Ciencia/Wikimedia 
X
Sunset on Puka Beach, Boracay's quieter alternative  
Credit: Photodisc 
X
A waterfront restaurant in the Manila, the capital of the Philippines. Philippine cuisine is world renowned, combining influences of the Malay-Polynesian indigenous population, Chinese traditions brought to the islands by traders, and ingredients and techniques introduced by the Spanish, including chili peppers, corn, and tomatoes.  
Credit: Photodisc 
X
An anemone fish in Philippine waters. The Philippines, one of the most biodiverse countries in the world, is home to more than 2,400 species of fish and more than 500 species of coral.  
Credit: Image Source/Getty 
 
  • Regional Galleries
  • Most Recent Galleries
Replay Slideshow
 
txt

advertisement

Compare Rates to Cebu


Post Your Comment

You have characters left.

advertisement