10 Philippine places to visit after COVID-19 quarantine

Once the Philippines is declared free from the new coronavirus (COVID-19), refresh yourself while helping the country’s tourism industry by visiting local destinations. Here are some suggestions:

  1. Baguio

    The City of Pines is always a popular destination for vacations and weekend trips because of its proximity to Manila and cooler climate, great food options and all the interesting tourist destinations you can visit.

  1. Bicol

    The Bicol Region is composed of six provinces, four of which are on the mainland on the southeastern end of Luzon: Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Albay, and Sorsogon. Here you can enjoy amazing sceneries like Mayon Volcano and Bulusan Lake, and enjoy activities in CamSur Watersports.

  2. Bohol

    Enjoy all of the eco-friendly activities that this island is famous for like the fantastic diving spots in Tagbilaran or enjoy the company of Tarsiers and butterflies in its reservations. The scenic view of Chocolate Hills will also make the motorcycle ride worth the take.

  3. Cebu

    The province consists of Cebu Island, as well as 167 smaller islands, including Mactan, Bantayan, Malapascua, Olango and the Camotes Islands, are known for their beaches and dive sites. Enjoy areas like Osmena Peak, Kawasan Falls, Moalboal, and other historical locations on the island.

  4. La Union and Baler

    If you love beaches and surfing, it only takes about a 4-5 hour motorcycle ride from Manila to these two places. You can get to enjoy the beach sunset, live the surfer life, and have amazing food trips.

  5. Ilocos Norte and Sur

    Ilocos is also a large province you can visit and needs about 10-12 hours ride. It may be a grind but the culture of Vigan, the sceneries of the tourist spots, and the amazing sights of the wind turbines will make it all worth it.

  6. Palawan

    Palawan consistently ranks in travel articles as one of the world’s best islands. It’s home to the famed Underground River, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Palawan has lots of laid-back beach towns as well as top tourist hubs with nightlife and dining options. There’s no traffic whatsoever in the main highway making it safe to ride around.

  7. Pangasinan

    Pangasinan is home to some of the best beaches in the country. Before going back to work under the New Normal, pamper yourself first at the Sirom Beach House, an upscale beachfront resort at the Tambobong White Beach in Dasol, Pangasinan managed by human rights activist Frank Baraan IV.

  1. Samar

    Samar is the third largest island in the country, where you can already visit all three of its provinces and even Leyte through the scenic San Juanico Bridge. A beautiful uncommercialized island with gems like Calbiga Cave, Lulugayan Falls, Mapanas Rock Formations, Borongan, Guian, Calicoan and Marabut.

  2. Siargao

    Another great beach and surfing location. The island’s coastline is marked by a succession of reefs and white sandy beaches. The neighboring islands and islets have similar landforms and contain the largest mangrove forest reserves in Mindanao at Del Carmen. The island has also established the use of motorcycles for the full travel experience.

There is no better way to take motorcycle road trips but to use the best motorcycles around. Honda Philippines, Inc. (HPI) provides riders the best and safe riding experience through its cutting-edge motorcycles.

HPI’s wide array of cutting edge motorcycles from Automatic, Cub, Sports and Big Bikes are perfect for the great long road trip adventure anyone can ask for. This signifies how the company remains true to its ONE DREAM campaign, which is helping fulfill people’s dreams by allowing Filipino riders experience the joy of mobility and in today’s reality, provide them with a memorable travel experience while keeping them safe.

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