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Using a Philippine Map to Get to Must-See Place

Many delightful surprises await you in the Philippines. These surprises could be in the form of exhilarating tourist destinations such as beaches and other major attractions.

Having prepared your itinerary, you should prepare painstakingly. You bring what you need and want to bring along with you as you cruise the 7,107 islands of the Philippines. So, in your planning, it would be really an advantage in your part to prepare or produce maps of the places that you want to visit in the Philippines.

There are three reasons why you may want to do that. First, you do not want to get lost. Second, some Philippine map are detailed to the extent that they include hotels, stores, etc. in the area. Third, Philippine maps provide direction of the place where you want to go. Hence, maps will be quite useful to the smart tourist.

Firstly, you need a Philippine map of airports and flight centers. Case in point, you are in Mindoro. A Philippine airport map will tell you that the nearest airport is in Mamburao. For a handy map of Philippine airports, you may refer to this site (just follow this link):

Now, there are many tourist destinations in the Philippines that you do not want to truly miss. We will include three spots here. These three tourist favorites are a must visit to ensure that you complete your adventure while you are in the country.

Your itinerary should include the exotic and unique land of Bohol. There are two major attractions in this place—Tarsier, the smallest primate in the world and the Chocolate hills. One cannot help gasping at the 1268 awe-inspiring 50-meter high hills of Bohol. These hills turn deliciously brown during the dry spell. Sometimes, they look lush in green. But whatever color they display, they are beautiful. In addition to this, you can witness the Philippine Tarsier (also in Bohol). How can you get there? Click below for the map

Boracay is the island paradise you have been dreaming of. The place is totally terrific, peaceful, romantic-- majestic even. The shallow, serene royal blue water rushes against the white sand of the shore and reflects the tranquility of Philippine horizon. Who wouldn’t want to relax in this exquisite island? Moreover, you will never experience boredom here because of the active lifestyle, bars, resorts, and services etc. that the place offers. Here’s how you can roam around the island (click below for the map of the place)

Experience the 8th wonder of the world—the Banaue Rice Terraces (Ifugao). This a la stairway to heaven is actually a step level rice field architectured by the early settlers of the place. It was recognized as one of the best achievements of man in “crude” engineering because the famous rice terraces that rise to almost 5000 feet was built and designed without the benefit of modern equipment—just primitive tools.

As a result, Banaue Rice Terraces was given the recognition and distinction as a UNESCO world heritage. Moreover, this tourist destination gets more exciting because of the side thrills that you can encounter and the underlying places that you can explore. To name a few, you have the Banaue Resort and Tappia Falls waiting for you. How to go around this place? Click below for the map

These tourist destinations are just some of the precious gems that you can discover in the country, just make sure you know how to search for them. Well, in your “gems” adventure, a Philippine map will be truly indispensable. Just bring them along with you and you will never go wrong.




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