The Phillippines is made up of more than 7,00 islands, offering travelers plenty to see, do, and explore. Landscapes here range from pristine beaches and towering volcanoes to tranquil rice terraces and stunning caves. The capital of Manila is famous for its rich history. Here, you’ll find everything from centuries-old architecture to modern buildings. The walkable city is best enjoyed on foot or via bike. Manila must-visits- include San Agustin Church (which dates back to the early 17th century) and Fort Santiago (which was built back in 1593). Alternatively, you prefer a more relaxing vacation, look no further than the small but scenic island of Boracay. The isle is renowned for its sugar-sand beaches, vibrant nightlife, and ample aquatic activities. The Chocolate Hills (which is comprised of more than 1,700 hills in the Bohol providence) and The Hanging Coffins of Sagada (a series of wooden coffins hanging from cliffs — an ancient burial ritual) are also worth the trek.