Lists of Eco-friendly getaway in the Philippines
Are you searching for Eco-friendly getaway in the Philippines? It feels good when you are spending your vacation in a relaxing place that is eco-friendly. These eco-resorts can be a lake side, beach resort or in the middle of a forest but they do one thing in common and that is preserving the mother nature in their own simple way.
Sohoton Bay, Bucas Grande Islands, Surigao del Norte
Perched in the southwest portion of Bucas Grande Island, Sohoton Bay features raw beauty where the edge of the earth meets the majestic sea. When you visit, you’ll think of words like calm, enchanted, and maybe even otherworldly. The islands are perfectly green while the water shade is everything in between blue and green. A real Eco-friendly Getaway!
2. Lake Sebu,South Cotabato
Lake Sebu is situated on the highlands of South Cotabato. Though located in Southern Mindanao, the town is utterly peaceful. Home to the indigenous T’Boli, Ubo, Tiruray, and Manobo tribes, Lake Sebu is known for its seven majestic waterfalls, three stunning lakes, and a lush rainforest.
Being nestled in a remote location of Nueva Ecija and wrapped with infamous urban legends, many are discouraged to experience Minalungao National Park. However, persuading testament of eyewitnesses about its picturesque charm are slowly making a visit harder to resist.
Siquijor is an island province that floats in Bohol Sea, exactly south of Cebu Island and east of Dumaguete City. This beautiful island, like Minalungao, has long been subjected to urban legends. The infamous stories of sorcery and witchcraft have spread incessantly among the neighbouring provinces. These tales, however, do not hinder travelers from exploring the island.
Aside from the beautiful beaches that dot the island, Samal is also the home to the world’s biggest group of pollinators. The flying mammals (Rousette fruit bats) of Monfort Bat Sanctuary fly all the way to Davao to pollinate the durian flowers which only bloom at night. Their colony has reached over 2 million in population allowing them to be listed in the Guinness Book of World Records.