Taal Lake and Volcano in Batangas is Southern Luzon’s centerpiece attraction. The gateway for most visitors is through the town of Talisay or Tagaytay City whose ridge gives a panoramic view of Volcano Island.
Municipalities of Carmen, Batuan, Sagbayan, Bilar, Valencia and Sierra Bullones – this is the most famous tourist attraction in Bohol. Among the 1,776 perfectly cone-shaped hills which abound in Central Bohol, two of the hills have been developed into a resort.
The St. Peter of Alcantara Parish Church, designated as the Diocesan Shrine of Nuestra Señora de los Dolores de Turumba, is a Roman Catholic church in Pakil, Laguna, Philippines. It enshrines the Our Lady of Turumba painting.
Mindoro Oriental has many islets, which can provide excellent venues for family outings and picnics. Its elongated coastlines harbor coral reefs, teeming with marine life of interest to snorkelers and clear blue water for swimming enthusiasts.
Its myriad of historical sites, fine foods, vast sugar and rice plantations, and a beautifully landscaped golf course plus so many other attractions all make the province of Tarlac one of the best places to visit in Central Luzon.
The Rice Terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras and Banaue Rice Terraces are the main tourist attractions in the province. These terraces were hand-carved into the mountains 2,000 years ago to plant rice. In 1995, they were declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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EKOLIFE is a social enterprise operated and managed by Atikha involved in packaging and promoting eco/agrotour destinations that involves the OFWs and families as both service providers and customers of the tourism industry.
Ekolife is a product of partnership between the Atikha, the migrant and community organisations, local government units and the Department of Tourism to promote ecotourism in the various provinces.