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Maria Cristina Falls in Iligan City is the second highest falls in the Philippines. It
is a waterfall of the Agus River on the Island of Mindanao and is a landmark of
Iligan City. Because of the presence of more than 20 waterfalls, Iligan City is
known as the City of Majestic Waterfalls.

Maria Cristina Falls is situated 9.3 kilometers away southwest of the Iligan City
proper in the boundaries of Barangay Maria Cristina, Ditucalan and Buru-un. Its
a 320 feet high waterfall and the main source of power in the citys industries
which is brought under control by the Agus VI Hydroelectric plant operated by
National Power Corporation.

The Callao Cave is strategically located in two barangays.- Baggaba and Quibal,
Penablanca, which is approximately about 20-30 minutes ride from
Tuguegarao City. The said tourist spot was beautifully and naturally
accentuated with glimmering limestones and rock formations, which are
timeless and believed to be centuries-old. Historically, the cave of Callao was
named after a Kalaw bird, because it richly inhabits this area of splendor and

Famous for its Perfect Cone, the Mayon Volcano is the Philippines most
active volcano and the most popular tourist destination in the Bicol Region.
With a height of 2,463 meters, it is the centerpiece of the Albay province, which
is about 300 kilometers southeast of Manila, the capital of the Philippines.
One of Manila's most enduring charms is the beautiful and marvelous sunset
across Manila Bay. The bay is the best natural harbor in Eastern Asia and one of
the finest in the world. The city of Manila is on the eastern shore of the bay,
and on the southeast is the city of Cavite. The entrance to Manila Bay is divided
by the island of Corregidor into two channels. The sunset, which the bay is
famous for, is best viewed along the citys main Promenade in Roxas
Boulevard, across the Rajah Sulayman Park and the historic Malate Church. One
could also go to Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Complex or SM Mall of
Asia to enjoy this captivating sundown in a different perspective.

The Chocolate Hills are probably Bohol's most famous tourist attraction. They
look like giant mole hills, or as some say, women's breasts, and remind us of
the hills in a small child's drawing. However, this idea is quickly abandoned, as
the effort would surely surpass the construction of the pyramids in Egypt. The
chocolate hills consist of are no less than 1268 hills (some claim this to be the
exact number). They are very uniform in shape and mostly between 30 and 50
meters high. They are covered with grass, which, at the end of the dry season,
turns chocolate brown. From this color, the hills derive their name. At other
times, the hills are green, and the association may be a bit difficult to make.

Boracay is a small island in the Philippines located approximately 315 km

(196 mi) south of Manila and 2 km off the northwest tip of Panay Island in
Western Visayas region of the Philippines. Boracay Island and its beaches have
received awards from numerous travel publications and agencies.[Note 1] The
island comprises the barangays of Manoc-Manoc, Balabag, and Yapak in the
municipality of Malay, in Aklan Province. The island is administered by the
Philippine Tourism Authority and the provincial government of Aklan. Apart
from its white sand beaches, Boracay is also famous for being one of the
world's top destinations for relaxation. It is also emerging among the top
destinations for tranquility and nightlife.