The Seven Wonders of the Philippines 2020

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Upon hearing the word Seven Wonders, we are deflected to think about the seven wonders of the world, but there are seven wonders in the Philippines which are diverse as well as unique and they are blessed with natural phenomenon hewn across the Philippines, Book your tickets with MakeMyTrip Offers to grab huge discount. The seven wonders are as follows:

1. Banaue Rice Terraces:

Banaue Rice Terraces

Perhaps the most notable attraction in the Philippines tour package. These terraces are carved into the sides of the mountains by the indigenous people of the Philippines with a minimal amount of tools, and the work was largely done by hand, which shows us the harmony of humans with nature.

2. An underground river of Puerto Princesa:

An underground river of Puerto Princesa

Situated in Palawan Island, this underground river is the most prolonged subterranean river existing on the planet that extends 8.2 kilometers underground and the outskirts of the river are home to numerous species like monitor lizards, macaque monkeys, and the blue naped parrot.

3. Tubbataha Reef:

Tubbataha Reef

In the middle of the Sulu Sea, the Tubbataha Reef is one of the biggest reefs worldwide which is commendable for its preservation. This place is devoid of any human commune and with over 300 species of coral and 400 species of fish, this reef gives a huge competition to the Great Barrier Reef.

4. Chocolate Hills:

Chocolate Hills

Situated in Bohol Island, there are more than 1200 hills that cover more than 50 square kilometers. The name of Chocolate Hills is thus derived for the grass cover turns entirely brown during the drier seasons and it is a flagship destination for tourists.

5. Taal Volcano:

Taal Volcano

The uniqueness of the Taal Volcano is, it is an island inside a lake inside an island which is again inside a lake. It is a tremendously active volcano and has taken over 5000 lives. The Lake Taal, inside the caldera of the volcano, stretches over 25 kilometers and has high sulfur content yet houses many freshwater fish of endemic species.

6. Mayon Volcano:

Mayon Volcano

It is a flawlessly conical shaped volcano and is often referred to as the “Mount Fuji of Philippines”. Situated in the southeastern part of Luzon it has erupted around 50 times since 1600 and has a height of 2462 meters overlooking the Legazpi City in Albay province.

7. Boracay:

Boracay

Around 200 miles toward the south of Manila, there is a small island called Boracay, near the island of Panay. White Beach, stretching 4 kilometers toward the west of this island has garnered a lot of tourist footfalls and made it an exotic part of the Philippines tour.

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