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So it’s springtime break and you’re looking for a bit of adventure. Are you looking for a place to relax on the sun-drenched sand? Maybe a place with a lush forest on a cool mountainside? Maybe you’re more into a historic setting? All of those things and more can be found on a trip to the Philippine isles.

If you’re looking to trade in your hay fever for a beautiful tan, we’ve got a few suggestions on where to take your holiday during your spring break:

Palawan

Palawan is one of the Philippine’s most well-known islands filled with the all kinds of wonders of nature. With attractions like the underground river, exotic species of plants and animals and beautiful forests and beaches to boot, this place is a dream come true for nature lovers and and curious adventurers all over.

Cebu

Home of the famous Lapu-Lapu, Cebu is one of the oldest and most interesting islands within the Philippines, a place full of stories and history. Before the Spaniards came, Cebu was recognized as a simple fishing village before it transformed into one of the most developed provinces in the Philippines. Aside from monuments and museums, you can also enjoy luxury resorts that ensure a relaxing stay.

Bohol

In Bohol, the breathtaking scenery and lush landscapes are picture perfect material to add to your digital album collection. Some of the famous attractions to note of are the Chocolate hills, a mysterious yet awe-inspiring sight of hills as far as the eye can see, and the Loboc River, a fun river tour with music, food and dancing.

Ilocos

Much like Cebu, it’s all about heritage in the native lands of Ilocos. European-styled buildings and old Spanish settlements are strewn across the region, giving you different attractions to explore and enjoy. You’ll also be able to enjoy local Ilocano dishes and native wares in Laoag, the heart of it this rustic Philippine island.

Boracay

The epitome of a summer paradise, Boracay is the ultimate escape in this land of tropical sun. The memorable white sand beaches are bordered by fun shops and restaurants that tourists can indulge in when they aren’t sunning themselves in the shore or enjoying sports and games on the cool and inviting waters. Boracay also has a vast collection of hotels and resorts, giving travelers the options between affordable and luxury accommodations.

Found a region that catches your interest? There are a whole lot more regions to explore and have adventure in the archipelago’s 7,500 islands. You’re sure to find interesting and beautiful places that are sure to give you an enjoyable vacation.