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Seven Natural Wonders of The Philippines


via Seven Natural Wonders of The Philippines.

These Philippine “Geological Wonders” are the most visited spots in the country. These beautiful and rare wonders of nature where developed million of years ago through geological processes and other natural phenomena.

Come, visit and explore this island-country paradise in the Far East and see for yourself these breathtaking and truly captivating beauties of nature. Satisfaction guaranteed – 100%.

1.) Tubbataha Reef – Palawan

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The Philippines has the most diverse species of marine life as showcased by numerous diving sites in the archipelago.  Of the many magnificent diving sites in the country, like Apo Reef, Anilao and many others, Tubbataha Reef in the island of Palawan stands out to be the best and most beautiful. Tubbataha Reef is an atoll coral reef located in the Sulu Sea. It is a marine sanctuary protected as Tubbataha Reef National Marine Park. More than 1000 species inhabit in the reef. Manta rays, tortoise, clownfish, lionfish and sharks.

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Top 10 Most Famous Volcanoes in the Philippines

These volcanoes are famous tourist attractions in the Philippine archipelago.
The Philippines has 37 volcanoes, 22 of these are active. Other active volcanoes in the Philippines aside from the list below are; Babuyan Claro, Mt. Biliran, Bud Dajo, Cagua, Camiguin de Babuyanes, Didicas, Iraya, Mt. Iriga, Makaturing, Matutum, Musuan, Mt. Parker, Ragang, and Smith Volcano,. They are all part of the so-called “Pacific Ring of Fire.”

Mayon Volcano

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This is the most picturesque of all the volcanoes in the Philippines – Mayon Volcano, an active stratovolcano in the province of Albay. Mayon is the most active volcano in the country, having erupted over 47 times in the past 400 years. The first recorded eruption was in 1616. Mayon Volcano is the main landmark of Albay, Philippines. This volcano is considered to be the world’s most perfectly formed volcano for its symmetrical cone.

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