Have you ever considered the Philippines as a honeymoon destination? Do you want to find a place where you and your sweetheart can spend quality time together without spending too much? Well, the Philippines is just right for you. It offers lots of beautiful and peaceful destinations at an affordable price, quality of service and satisfaction is not compromised.
The Philippines' untouched islands which mostly can be found in Palawan are the perfect destinations for newlyweds, second honeymooners and anniversary celebrations. Palawan has been called the "island of the gods" and it is not without reason, the spectacular sea and landscapes of Palawan; especially at El Nido, gives the impression of seeing heaven's beauty on earth. Acknowledged as the Philippines' last frontier, Palawan is a must see for the traveler who appreciates the majesty and splendor of nature. And one of the main reason I recommend considering the Philippines as a honeymoon destination.
The world-famous beaches of the Boracay Island are located off the north-western tip of Panay Island, Philippines. Aside from scuba diving, snorkelling & sunbathing, a common sight round Boracay Island is sailing on slender hulled boats called Paraw. There is an abundance of nightlife activities on Boracay Island, with numerous clubs and pubs along the beaches. One romantic activity you can do together is explore the sunken forest.
In fact, you must take a private plane going to these islands to witness the serenity and beauty of the place. Most of the islands in the Philippines are not as crowded as Boracay.
If you'd like a greater degree of privacy consider visiting one of the other islands. The Philippines, a tropical country comprised by almost 7, 000 or more islands are perfect for those couples who would like to spend time together like long walks on the beach, warm conversation with a bonfire, and rest together on a hammock with the full view of the beach, or an intimate dinner and a glass of champagne afterward.
If you are thinking twice on going to the Philippines due to communication problems, well, the country is the third largest English speaking country across the globe. Filipinos may not be the best English speakers, but they are good. More so, they are good or even better in accommodating visitors, most especially the foreigners for Filipinos are known for their hospitality.
The romantic locations in this country are inviting and irresistibly tempting especially when you and your special someone are alone on an island. If spending time together on a tropical island is your idea of the perfect romantic getaway-consider the Philippines as a honeymoon destination?