5 places to visit after Palawan

5 places to visit after Palawan 1900 1267 Enrico Rivasi

Where to go after Palawan

If you’re planning to visit Philippines, and unforntunately you have to choose only one place to visit, don’t hexitate: Palawan will be for sure the best choice.

But of course that absolutely doesn’t mean there aren’t other must-see destination to visit!

Escpecially if you’re coming from far away, you’ll probabily planning to stay at least one month in the Philippines. So here goes five other destinations you can’t miss after visiting Palawan!


Spectacular waterfalls, white sand beaches, lagoons and caves: you doesn’t want to miss this destination: trust us.


Cebu city is the capital of the homonym region and the second largest city in the Philippines. Situated in the middle of the Philippines, passing through Cebu while visiting the country is quite inevitable.

For a change, stunning touristic spots are countless.


Boracay is considered to be (same as Palawan) one of the most beautiful and idyllic islands in the world.

For this reason, unfortunately, mass tourism affected the area, so the government shut the island for a while.

Since Boracay is still one of the most spectacular spots in the entire world, make your own research and consider a visit with good sense.

Manila and Luzon

Luzon is the largest island of the country, and home of the capital Manila.

Don’t be impatient for island hopping and heavenly beaches: take your time and explore the capital! You won’t regret.


Easily accessible from Cebu, Siquijor is an umpteenth Mecca for beach lovers.

Known also as Isla de Fuego (Island of Fire), Siquijor beaches are still free from mass tourism.