Five Swimming-Friendly Beaches In The Philippines

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The Philippines is one of the most famous tourist destinations in the whole world. It is loved by both its locals and travelers from different parts of the globe. If you are craving to try something new and experience world-class and breathtaking beaches, the Philippines is definitely the place to be. There are thousands of islands in the said country and there are a lot of stand outs where you can book a travel package.

If you want to know more about them, see the list below:

1. Zambales

Zambales is like Korea
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Zambales is like Korea. Yes, you read that right. Although that might have been a reach, it still does look like Korea at some point. Take for example the Anawangin Cove which will surely remind you of Nami Island. Expenses in the Philippines are generally cheap so if you are on a budget and you want to have a taste of Nami Island, visit Anawangin Cove in Zambales.

2. Puerto Galera

Puerto Galera
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It only takes an hour to get to Puerto Galera. To get here, you have to ride a boat from Manila port to Batangas, Puerto Galera. This place is truly beautiful and there are a lot of activities that you can do here. Some of the activities are the following: banana boat, jet ski, island hopping, henna tattoo and many many more. Truly, Puerto Galera is a world-class island.

3. Baler

Baler
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In the northern part of the Philippines lies a breathtaking island named Baler. Often tagged as the “surfing capital of the Philippines”, Baler is a rustic and chill place for you and your friends to visit. Baler is just naturally breathtaking and you may try their surfing lessons which will totally bring out the extreme energy from you. Better visit this place so that you will know why people love Baler.

4. Subic

Subic
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Subic is not the most famous for everyone but there are actually great beaches that can be found here. There are also cheaper options in this place that is why the misconception that going to Subic means spending a lot of money should be disregarded.

5. Anilao

Anilao
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Anilao in Batangas is probably one of the most beautiful beaches ever that is why a lot of people are visiting this place. Anilao may be crowded but you will still enjoy as they are offering a lot of water activities. There are also great local restaurants to try so better get ready and start booking your trip to this wonderful place.

Better get ready with your swimming gears and start swimming!

Author Bio: Mark Aldrin Hipolito is a daytime writer for Swim Print, one of UK’s top provider of swimming caps and many more equipment. Mark is very passionate in writing tips and advices to people regarding the swimming industry.

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