Top 5 Best Tourist Destination in Luzon

Top 5 Best Tourist Destination in Luzon

Luzon is the largest island in the Philippines. It is located in the northernmost region of the archipelago, and is also the name of one of the three primary island groups in the country centered on the island. There are lots of interesting places that can be found in Luzon. If you are wondering what are they, here are the top 5 places that best tourist destination in Luzon.

1.       Baguio City - Baguio,  Philippines
The country’s Summer Capital, Baguio is a favorite destination of tourists and lovers. Blessed with cool weather whole year round, and pine trees everywhere, Baguio is the best place to go and relax if you don’t want to go to crowded beaches during weekends or holidays.
Baguio is 8 degrees cooler on the average than any place in lowlands. When Manila sweats at 35 degrees centigrade or above, Baguio seldom exceeds 26 degrees centigrade at its warmest. Baguio is very wet during the Philippine rainy season, which is from June to October. It gets the biggest amount of rainfall in the country, twice the volume of rainfall in the country as compared to Manila. However from November to May, Baguio becomes a tropical paradise, a refreshing break from the hot and humid Philippine climate. Christmas season is when Baguio glows with the nippy winter air. In the summer month of March, April, May, Baguio lives up to its title as the “”Summer Capital of the Philippines when thousands of visitors from the lowlands and Manila take their annual exodus to the city to cool off. Casual clothing is recommended worn with jackets or sweaters in the late afternoons or evenings.
Baguio City

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2.       Mayon Volcano – Legazpi City, Albay
Mayon Volcano has a worldwide reputation as the most perfectly formed volcano in the world because of its near-perfect conical shape and form. It is the most active  volcano in the Philippines. Since 1616, Mayon has erupted 47 times. The beautifully symmetrical Mayon volcano, which rises to 2,460 meters above the Albay Gulf, is the Philippines' most active volcano. The structurally simple volcano has steep upper slopes that average 35-40 degrees and is capped by a small summit crater. The historical eruptions of this basaltic-andesitic volcano date back to 1616 and range from Strombolian to basaltic Plinian. Eruptions occur predominately from the central conduit and have also produced lava flows that travel far down the flanks. Pyroclastic flows and mudflows have commonly swept down many of the approximately 40 ravines that radiate from the summit and have often devastated populated lowland areas.
Mount Mayon

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3.       Boracay Island - Kalibo, Aklan
Boracay Island has been nominated several times as the number one Tropical Beach in the world. It has two major tourism beaches namely White Beach and Bulabog Beach. Boracay's main tourism area, White Beach, is on the western side of the island and is sheltered from the wind. During the Amihan season, the water off White Beach is often glassy-smooth. On the eastern side of the island, hills on the northern and southern ends of the island channel the Amihan season wind from the east onshore, onto Bulabog Beach in the central part of the island's eastern side.
Boracay Islands

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4.       Hundred Islands -  Alaminos, Pangasinan
Tourist could go island hopping and explore the beautiful marine life and different caves located in the many islands of the park. Families could also have a picnic in one of the larger islands like the one with the white sand beach in Quezon Island. It is one of the most amazing wonders of the Philippines and entices thousands of tourists to visit every year. With activities such as pleasure hopping, kayaking, spelunking (exploring natural caves), scuba diving, snorkeling and parasailing, Hundred Islands will be an awe-inspiring beauty to the one who will experience it.
Hundred Islands

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5.       Underground River – Puerto Princesa, Palawan
The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park (PPSRNP) is one of the most important biodiversity conservation areas of the Philippines. This underground river is one of the world's longest underground river and the previous record holder of the longest underground river in the whole world. The Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to diverse species of plants and animals.

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