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4 Under-the-Radar Spots to Visit for Your Next Local Getaway

The Philippines has so much more to offer.
4 Under-the-Radar Spots to Visit for Your Next Local Getaway
The Philippines has so much more to offer.

It's no secret that the Philippines is home to the world's best tourist destinations. There's Boracay, Palawan, La Union, and Siargao, just to name a few. But with more than 7,000 islands on the whole archipelago, it's easy to say that there's still so much more picturesque hotspots just awaiting to be discovered. That said, here are four hidden gems nestled in the Philippines that are worth paying a visit. Scroll and see!

1. Maosonon Island, Palawan

There's no wonder why this hidden gem was dubbed as "Mystery Island" by visitors who've been to this secret paradise. Located in the municipality of Linapacan in Palawan, the island sits in between El Nido and Coron, and boasts of a white sand beach with waters as clear as glass. 

PHOTO BY Island Hopping In The Philippines

2. Maligcong Rice Terraces, Bontoc

It's surely off the beaten track, but Maligcong Rice Terraces nestled in the home of the Bontoc tribe is definitely a sight to behold. To see the majestic view, one must climb the summit of Mt. Kopapey in the region of the Cordilleras. It might be a challenging hike for some, but you'll be left in awe once you catch a glimpse of the cascading rice terraces below you.

PHOTO BY Choose Philippines
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3. Caramoan Islands, Camarines Sur

Away from influences of commercial tourism, Caramoan Islands in the farthest end of Camarines Sur is a a group of islands and islets. It boasts of pristine beaches, unspoiled rock formations, and a diverse marine life. Here, you can relax, engage in water activities, and enjoy the view without worrying about the occasional flock of tourists disrupting your peaceful stay. 

PHOTO BY Caramoan Tourism Industry

4. Cambugahay Falls, Siquijor

More than its mysterious folklore and tails of witchcraft, the mystic province of Siquijor is also known for its natural wonders. One of them is Cambugahay Falls, a three-level falls where tourists can ride on a Tarzan swing, do waterfall jumping, and go bamboo rafting all in one place. How exciting!

PHOTO BY Allan Ascaño
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