Tourist Spots in the Philippines

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Cansilao Christine Joy T. Cansilao English Sir Jerbee Catoc 28 September 2012 Introduction Tourism is all about the travel for pleasure that creates business because tourists need transportation, accommodation, food, entertainment, etc. that businessmen can provide. The tourism industry contributes in the economy of one country. Tourism industry gives them a large amount of dollar. There must be hotel accommodations that the travelers need and by this, there are lots of tourists attracted to those places because of their good accommodation. The tourism industry plays a big role in economy’s development and it may be affected by the many problems or issues of a country. On the other hand, new tourist…show more content…
* Sagay Marine Reserve is the largest marine reserve in the Philippines, covering an area of 32,000 hectares. * Loboc River is a river on Bohol Island. It is one of the major tourist destinations of Bohol. * Mount Pinatubo is an active stratovolcano and has an Crater lake above. * Pagsanjan Falls is a waterfalls in the province of Laguna. * Tabon Cave are a set of caves north of Quezon municipality, in the south western part of the province of Palawan. * Lake Balinsasayao is one of two small but deep crater lakes rising 1,000 feet (300 m) above sea level. Cansilao 6 * Balbasang-Balbalan National Park is a protected area located in the municipality of Balban, Kalinga. The park covers an area of 1,338 hectares. * Mount Pulag is the highest mountain in the island of Luzon. * Mount Kitanglad is an inactive volcano located in the Kitanglad Mountain Range in Bukidnon province of Mindanao island. * Quezon Memorial Circle is a national park and shrine located in Quezon City. C. Beaches 1. BORACAY ISLAND Characterized by its fine sand and crystal clear waters, Boracay comes as a no- brainer in this list. Currently it is still the most famous and the most visited beach in the country; the destination of foreigners and Filipinos alike during summer. Boracay locals work hard to maintain
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