5 Must Visit Places After Self-Quarantine03 April 2020
In facing the Covid-19 outbreak, the world was asked to keep a distance by social distancing, avoid the crowd, and not travel. Of course this condition causes boredom for us. But don’t worry babes, just because we can’t travel right now, that doesn’t mean we can’t keep the wanderlust alive and start planning for the future. So, plan and map out your next trip!
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So here are a number of places you should note to visit after the outbreak has disappeared.
1. Chocolate Hills, Bohol
Chocolate Hills is a rare and interesting site to look at. There are at least 1,260 hills spread over an area of around 51km2. These small hills are covered in grass, and during the dry season the grass turns from green to brown and starts to look like chocolate.
2. Boracay Island, Aklan
Boracay Island in the Philippines has become famous throughout the world as one of the tourist attractions in the Philippines. The best beach on Boracay Island has to be White Beach, but don’t miss other beaches since they are all almost as equally amazing. There are always parties held on the island with fire shows and live music that provide endless entertainment nightlife.
3. Batad Rice Terraces, Banaue
If you’ve seen the movie Avengers: Infinity War, there is a scene where Thanos sits for a moment at the end of the film. The natural beauty of the Banaue Rice Terraces which has been 2,000 years old and is beautifully carved into the mountains of Ifugao. Many people consider Banaue Rice Terraces to be the “Eighth Wonder of the World”.
4. Puerto Princesa, Palawan
The Puerto Princesa Underground River has been declared one of the Seven Natural Wonders that you should put on a bucket list of tourist attractions in the Philippines. There is a river that flows through the 8.2 km long cave before flowing directly into the sea.
5. Tubbataha Reef, Cagayancillo
If you like diving, then diving at Tubbataha Reef is a must do! It is a UNESCO Heritage Site and really one of the best places to dive in the world. The best time to visit Tubbataha Reef is from March to June because of the clear sea visibility.