Biri Island ( Visayas Tourist Spots )

Discovering the Top Visayas Tourist Spots  (Philippines )

The Visayas is blessed with numerous scenic and must-visit places. From forestry to beaches, waterfalls, and all other lands of bodies of water you can think of, Visayas has it. 

It is no doubt that it has been making a name in the industry of tourism – both in the local and international arena. In this write-up, I will share with you a slice of what the Visayas has to offer in terms of tourist spots that you will consider visiting in the future. 

List of Beautiful Visayas Tourist Spots

Biri Island (Samar)

With strong waves plus scenic rock formation at bay, this is what Biri Island is all about. The beautiful view it offers all day long will be enough for a very feed-worthy photoshoot experience. After taking shots, you may want to experience swimming in the cold waters. Diving at the Garon Wall area may also be explored. 

Read: Biri Island 

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Boracay ( Visayas Tourist Spots )

 Boracay Island (Aklan)

Boracay island is perhaps one of the most famous beaches known in the entire archipelago. With the recent six months of rehabilitation program it had, Boracay has been renewed into an even more paradise-like beauty. The beautiful white sand, the clear waters, the spectacular sunset, and all other water sports and activities on this island will give you a once-in-a-lifetime experience.  

Read: Boracay  

Province: Aklan

 Lagun Gobingot Caves (Samar)

Known as the most extensive cave system in the country, the Lagun Gobingot Caves offer a fantastic view of the stalactites and stalagmites’ formation inside. An adventure here requires trekking, rappelling, and all other physical-related activities. 


Mararison/Malalison Island  ( Visayas Tourist Spots )

Mararison/Malalison Island (Antique)

Mararison is a small island that offers the spectacle of the sea and the mountains. You can do a short trekking to reach the highest peak of the island and, at the same time, enjoy the clear blue waters beaming with underwater life. 

Read: Malalison Island


Islas de Gigantes ( Visayas Tourist Spots )

Gigantes Island (Iloilo)

One exciting place to visit in the province of Iloilo is Gigantes Island/ Islas de Gigantes. Apart from its natural wonders, you will surely enjoy the seafood at a surprisingly affordable price. 

Read: Gigantes Island 

 Sirao Flower Garden and Sirao Pictorial Garden (Cebu)

The Amsterdam of Cebu is what many tourists have to say about  Sirao Flower Garden. The full bloom of colorful flowers ranges from orange, purple, and red. The adjacent pictorial garden has an infinity pool and varied backdrops – all prepared for great Instagram-worthy photos. 

Guimaras ( Visayas Tourist Spots )

Guimaras Island (Guimaras)

The land of the sweet mangoes, Guimaras offers a variety of experiences for its guests. Apart from enjoying the place through island hopping and swimming at its nice beaches, the island offers historical, religious, and gastronomic experiences for its guests.

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Anda ( Visayas Tourist Spots )

Anda (Bohol)

Still not so popular among other tourists, Anda offers one of the most beautiful beaches in the country, having powdery sand and clear water. The place is still not so crowded, so better visit now before it becomes touristy. 

Read: Anda

Cebu’s Malapascua Island (Cebu)

Known as one of the best diving spots in the country, Malapascua Island offers not only diving but also sightseeing, snorkeling, and encounters with the thresher sharks. In going here, there will be a need for you to rent a boat since it is situated away from the mainland. 

Read: Malapascua Island 

Oslob ( Visayas Tourist Spots )

 Oslob (Cebu) 

Oslob offers unique water activities and sightseeing. The unique feature of Oslob adventure is that for a minimal fee, you can already watch the whale sharks up close. Meanwhile, if you are an adventurous tourist, you may also choose to swim with these whale sharks. 

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 Bojo River (Cebu) 

Hailed as one of the Top 100 Global Sustainable Destinations, the Bojo River gives you an excellent cruise experience. The river itself and everything that you will pass through on the cruise is beyond magical. 


Kawasan ( Visayas Tourist Spots )

 Kawasan Falls (Cebu)

The Kawasan’s canyoneering experience is one of the things to look-put for in visiting the Visayas. As you jump from a cliff and hit the clear turquoise water at its basin, I am sure that you will have tons of fun and adventure. The cold water will welcome you as you take refreshing swim.

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 Carnaza Island (Cebu)

May it be swimming, trekking, and all other activity that you wish to do, Carnaza Island can offer it for you. The turtle-like shape island is gifted with lots of sceneries to explore and areas to travel. The magnificent coves are also some of the spots to watch out. 



Danjugan Island ( Visayas Tourist Spots )

 Danjugan Island ( Negros Occidental )

Danjugan Island is known for its lagoons, forestry, and various bird species. Some activities you can do here include bird watching, kayaking, sailing, scuba diving, snorkeling, and trekking. Thus, Danjugan Island is a total and complete experience. 

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Sipalay ( Visayas Tourist Spots )

Sipalay City (Negros Occidental)

A city known for its beautiful beaches, Sipalay is a favorite destination for both local and foreign guests. You will enjoy diving, snorkeling, and island hopping if you visit the place. In the morning, fisherfolks will be peddling their fresh catch for the day. 

Read: Sipalay Tourist Spots

Lakawon (Cadiz)

One of the most celebrated destinations in Negros Occidental is Lakawon. The place offers amenities that visitors will surely enjoy. 

Read: Lakawon 


Carbin Reef ( Visayas Tourist Spots )

Carbin Reef (Sagay, Negros Occidental)  

The place is a tongue-shaped, white sandbar in Sagay City. The place is part of the protected marine area of the city.

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 Kansalakan Enchanted River (Guihulngan, Negros Oriental)

The long curtain of showering waters is a sight to behold. More so, the emerald green water at the basin of the falls as it flows to the river will mesmerize you. Take amazing photos and, at the same time, be ready to swim! 

Manjuyod ( Visayas Tourist Spots )

 Manjuyod White Sand Bar (Bais, Negros Oriental)

The place is known as the Maldives of the Philippines. The place takes pride in its sandbar revealed during low tide. Tourists visiting the place also do dolphin watching. 

Read: Manjuyod

Apo Island ( Negros Oriental)

The island is one of the most beautiful diving and snorkeling spots in the country. The island belongs to Dauin Municipality, with less than a thousand population. 

Read: Apo Island Travel Guide

Mabinay ( Visayas Tourist Spots )

Mabinay Caves (Mabinay, Negros Oriental)

Mabinay is said to be the Cave Capital of the Philippines. Its Odloman Cave measure 29,100 ft long, one of the largest in the country. Its Cayaso measures 7,290 ft long is one of the longest in the country.  

Read: Mabinay Caves 

 Simply Butterflies Conservation Center (Bohol)

Exploring how butterflies are bred and grow into such beautiful beings is suited for all tourists of all ages. Not only is it educational, but it is also extensively fun. After all, it is not every day that you get surrounded by these beauties. 

Read: Bohol Tourist Spots

Cambugahay Falls ( Visayas Tourist Spots )

 Cambugahay Falls (Siquijor)

The three-tier falls paired with lagoons, and swimming holes present in Cambugahay Falls will make you feel in love with nature and everything in it. The cozy ambiance, fresh air, and the swimming opportunity it offers are indeed spectacular. 

Read: Cambugahay Falls  

Now that you know the top tourist destinations in the Visayas, it is time for you to consider going here. I can assure you of a hundred percent enjoyment – all filled with memorable and treasured memories. 

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  1. John Rey Gonzaga BSIT 3M1. Gerro Palanog BSIT 3M1

    If i imagine our self as a teacher of the class and I would want to bring our 13 students for a field trip in lakawon island resort in Cadiz City Negros Occidental. Considering the distance of 54.1 km far from Talisay City Negros Occidental. The common behavioral problems that we may encounter in this activity are selfish, immatured thinking and lack of descipline. How to deal with it? Selfish is one of the behavior that I hate because you have to be nice to others. If you do good to others you gain respect.
    Second is the immature thinking, at this age the college level we have to avoid this kind of behaviour , for me immature thinking are those who think negative to other people. Be matured in all things especially in outdoor activities . Last the lack of discipline, We are at the age where we should know how to discipline ourselves because it is based on what kind of person we are and how our parents raised us. Always think that the life without discipline have a very messy personality.

  2. I expected that i encounter so many behavioral problems in the students, i think being disobedient, mischievous, and being annoying. If i put myself as a teacher of the class i will create an easy simple rules to understand and follow so that the students may think that they need to control themselves and to build a self-discipline to avoid accident in the destination place which is the famous and well-known Carbin Reef in Sagay City. I will tell them to make a group so that it is easy for me to call everyone if we have a group activities.


  3. Gonzaga, Jovahnie B. and Moreno, Jovy

    I would choose a more memorable place where it’s new to everyone’s eyes and this is the Mabinay Caves. Almost all of us have been to seas and mountains but a cave is new to everyone because not everyone goes here. It’s really difficult at first especially if you are a non caver because you have no experience in what to do here. It’s good here in the cave because you can’t be separated, you must go for a walk together because of your cave tour guide. We can say that the cave has no electricity, so you can expect it to be dark, quiet and cold. The only good thing about caving is that everyone is focused on the scenery and you can cherish all your memories here.

  4. John Rey Gonzaga BSIT 3M1. Gerro Palanog BSIT 3M1

    If i imagine our self as a teacher of the class and I would want to bring our 13 students for a field trip in lakawon island resort in Cadiz City Negros Occidental. Considering the distance of 54.1 km far from Talisay City Negros Occidental. The common behavioral problems that we may encounter in this activity are selfish, immatured thinking and lack of descipline. How to deal with it? Selfish is one of the behavior that I hate because you have to be nice to others. If you do good to others you gain respect.
    Second is the immature thinking, at this age the college level we have to avoid this kind of behaviour , for me immature thinking are those who think negative to other people . Last the lack of discipline, We are at the age where we should know how to discipline ourselves because it is based on what kind of person we are and how our parents raised us.

  5. Ely John B. Laureano

    If we are going on a field trip I will bring my students to Malapascua Island in Cebu because I think that the students will love and enjoy it as Malapascua island was once very acknowledged for being warm and peaceful tropical island, a very stunning ambiance and for being one of the few places on earth where you can see the extraordinary uncommon and lovely “thresher shark”. I watch a lot of Vlogs about this island and it’s very fascinating and I’m curious how it really looks like in actual and it is very popular especially to the tourists, this is why I got enticed to have our field trip there. Taking into consideration of the distance and the number of students that will join, there might be a possibility that we will encounter some behavioral problems even though the place is beautiful the students may encounter, travel anxiety and feel anxious while travelling and going to an unfamiliar place, some may experience Losing of belongings because of too much excitement and some may also feel separation anxiety by being in a distant place from their parents. The enticing beauty of the sea might capture the eyes of some of the students but some of them might develop a phobia, as a person like me who have a thalassophobia I am afraid of the vastness or emptiness of the ocean, the sea creatures underlying in deep bodies of ocean. Considering the possibilities of having these behavioral problems that may occur during the trip, it is important to orient the students of the do’s and don’t before and during the trip. It is also important to be ready in any emergency situations.
    Catacutan, Jamaica BSIT 3M1
    Laureano, Ely John BSIT 3M1

  6. Patricia M. Pendon

    I want to go on a field trip to Anda(Bohol) with my students because I am curious about its newly discovered beauty, so we want to be there before it becomes touristy. We may not know that someday this tourist spot will become popular and many changes will occur. As long as it is not visited much by tourists, we should take the opportunity to go there to appreciate its own and natural beauty. This is also the way this tourist spot will become popular by sharing our experiences and encouraging other people to go to Anda(Bohol). Considering that it may be miles away from our place with a huge number of students who will join, we may encounter behavioral problems along the way. The beauty of the place may be distracting and too pleasing so I’m expecting that some students may wander or get curious to the point that their attention may shift and they will lose focus on the trip because of having too much excitement, they may also be too energetic and hyper and become less cautious during the trip. Some may also lost interest along the way because of boredom during the trip. Having these possible behavioral problems during the trip, it is very important to assess the students and orient them before the trip to prioritize safety first before enjoyment. It is important to check everybody from time to time and guide them well on what is the right thing to do and become more approachable and attentive to their concerns.

    Montibon, Hanna BSIT3-M1
    Pendon, Patricia BSIT3-M1

  7. Dolor, Romar S.

    Destination: Boracay, Aklan
    Distance from Talisay City, Negros to Boracay Aklan: 7 hours and 14 minutes (276 km. )
    This route includes a ferry.
    Number of Students that l bring: For me, as a teacher, I will contact first the parents of my students for their consent to travel. So it depends on how many parents will approve this travel. But I want all of my students to travel and learn in this school trip. I want my 20 students beloved students.

    3 Behavioral Problems:

    1. Lateness or Tardiness
    – Being late in school is the number 1 behavioral problems for me as a teacher that my students always have. They are always late, but I didn’t expect my college students to be late in our school trip. 8 out of my 20 students are late, so in order to deal with this problem, I talk to them and ask why they are late even in our school trip. Some answered because of the traffic from their home to school because our meeting place is in our school. So I gave them advice as a teacher to sleep early so that they can leave early in the morning and they will have a lot of time to bring their things and travel without traffic. And the nodded while saying sorry for being late.

    2. Inappropriate using of gadgets while traveling.
    – As we travel to Boracay. I noticed that most of my students are using a lot of gadgets. They are not interacting with each other anymore. So I clapped my hands to gain their attention and say “Ok class stop using your gadgets. The main goal of this school trip is to interact more in your classmates and enjoy the view while traveling. Enjoy the fresh air that nature gives you”. And they all stopped using their gadgets while having smile on their faces. That makes me proud as a teacher and as a nature lover.

    3. Littering
    – In the end of our school trip, I saw the garbage that my students are throwing. And they are not throwing, they are littering. So in order to deal with this, I pick the cleaning tools and gave them one by one. As I clean the area, I told my students that they need to clean not only while traveling but also in school and in their homes. It is very important to be clean be a nature lover. Travel without littering is showing respect for the environment. I told them that being clean is beautiful.

    Romar S. Dolor
    Joey Lopez

  8. Jeffrey F. Bagahansol

    Behavioral problems that may encounter:
    • Delay of the trip
    • lost on the way
    •Unexpected changed of weather

    1.Make sure that everyone leaves on time and the vehicle to be used should be checked to avoid road accidents and delays.

    2.You should check your google map to avoid losing your way.

    3.Must know and monitor the weather on the day of the trip.

    Jeffrey F. Bagahansol 3M1

  9. John Miguel L. Villa and Noel D. Ecang

    Sipalay City ( Negros Occidental)

    Behavioral problems that may encounter;
    1. Geography of the place
    2. Lack of companion
    3. Compatibility with each other

    1. Give them a note or a memo about the given place and its geographical features for them to know if they have a problem with it or not. Prioritize them to sit at the front or near the window.
    2. Group them up for less disturbance and pertubation.
    3. When grouping them make sure they are the one who will pick their groupmates for them to be comfortable.

    BSIT 3M-1
    John Miguel L. Villa
    Noel D. Ecang

  10. Franz Joseph Sillares

    Introvert had a angry issue and mischievous student.
    I will group the class into 3 groups in order for them to socialize and I will assign a leader that can help me to watch their behavior.

    Franz Joseph Sillares BSIT 3R1
    Lester John Ejido BSIT 3R1

    Franz joseph Sillares
    Lester john ejido

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