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 from the local and international arena. In this write-up, I will be sharing with you a slice of what the Visayas has to offer in terms of tourist spots that you consider visiting in the future. 

List of Beautiful Visayas Tourist Spots

Biri Island (Samar)

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. 

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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 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.  

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Province: Aklan

 Lagun Gobingot Caves (Samar)

Known as the most extensive cave system in the country, the Lagun Gobingot Caves offers a fantastic view of the stalactites and stalagmites formation inside. An adventure here will need 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 both 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. 

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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. 

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 Sirao Flower Garden and Sirao Pictorial Garden (Cebu)

The Amsterdam of Cebu is what a lot of 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 as well as 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 became touristy. 

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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. 

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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 more of 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 swimming.

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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 a wide variety of bird species. Some of the activities that 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, you will see fisherfolks peddling their fresh catch for the day. 

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Lakawon (Cadiz)

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

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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. 

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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.  

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 Simply Butterflies Conservation Center (Bohol)

Exploring how butterflies are bred and how they 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. 

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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. 

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Now that you know the top tourist destinations to visit 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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