Just when you thought only Luzon and Visayas has the most fine-looking tourist attractions in the Philippines to explore then Mindanao will definitely prove you wrong. In the farther reaches of Southern Philippines lie several amazing destinations which awaits to be visited. Allow yourself to be mesmerized by the stunning sightseer spots in Mindanao and find out why this place has won the hearts of several adventure travellers.
Hailed as one of the best surfing spots in the Philippines, Siargao has a whole lot more to showcase, drawing the interest of tourists coming from diverse walks of life. Apart from its surfing haven, Siargao is adored for its pristine beaches, rich marine life and relaxing atmosphere.
Setting foot in Camiguin will somehow give you a glimpse as to how jam-packed its featured attractions are. Camiguin is renowned for its White Island which is a long stretch of white sand bar surrounded by clear azure waters. Camiguin is also famous for its Catarman Church Ruins, Sunken Cemetery, Katibawasan Falls and a great deal of cold and hot springs to choose from.
Dapitan, Zamboanga del Norte
Considered as a diving paradise located in the Northern part of Zamboanga, there is still just so much to see and to do in Dapitan. Dakak Park and Beach Resort for example is acknowledged for its beautiful coral reefs and rich, scenic refuge of diverse marine flora and fauna. In addition to that, Dapitan is also famous for its Rizal Shrine, and inspiring Historical Walking Tour.
Featuring a huge number of beach resorts in Mindanao, Samal Island has earned the fame as one of the most-sought after beach destinations in Mindanao. It takes pride for its marvellous seascapes, copious tourist spots and whole lot more. Among the most-visited resorts in Samal are Paradise, Bali-Bali Beach, Pearl Farm and Chemas. [divider]
Falls in Iligan City
Deemed as one of the premier tourist magnets in Iligan, Maria Christina Falls and Tinago Falls have really lived up to Iligan’s moniker as the City of Majestic Waterfalls.
Zamboanga City has been recognized as one of the great mementos of the Spanish Colonial period owing to its quaint colonial structures and other tourist attractions. Not to mention, seeing a pink-sand beach like that of Sta. Cruz Island in Zamboanga City is simply outstanding, out of the box, more interesting and picturesque because of its unique blending of the vibrant hues of red corals to the white sand.