Phillippines Timeshare Resale
An archipelago of 7,000 islands off the coast of Southeast Asia, the nation of the Philippines is a kaleidoscope of vibrant cities, quaint villages, pristine beaches, natural wonders and once-in-a-lifetime adventures. Timeshare Philippines today and be on your way to exploring all of the following exciting places and attractions.
The country’s capital city is a bustling metropolis of modern skyscrapers and colonial architecture, where museums and art galleries provide history, art and cultural experiences. From street food to international restaurants, the city is a foodie’s delight. Supermalls, markets, nightclubs and casinos offer shopping and entertainment delights. Theme parks like Manila Ocean Park and Star City are fun family attractions.
Just south of Manila, this coastal resort town is preferred for its sandy white beaches, excellent dive sites, coral reefs and golf courses as well as abundant shopping, dining and nightlife venues. Hiking through orchid-filled rainforests, jeep adventures, and river kayaking are also popular activities here.
Two hours outside of Manila is this lovely holiday town, which sits on a ridge overlooking the active Taal Volcano and Taal Lake. Timeshare Philippines in this picturesque place to simply relax or go hiking, horseback riding or boat riding on the lake. You can also visit a historic lighthouse, a large flower farm or the People’s Park in the Sky for exceptional views.
This summer retreat located high in the cool, forested pine mountains is a good place to play golf, paddleboat on the lake, pick local farm strawberries, wander through the pretty Burnham Park or be pampered at one of many spas.
In central Philippines, this small island offers a large package of fun with award-winning beaches and adventures including snorkeling, diving, parasailing, kitesurfing, cliff diving and cave exploring. The island is also home to a vibrant nightlife scene featuring fire shows.
Not only is this a quaint fishing village with beautiful beaches, waterfalls and caves waiting to be explored, but it’s also a popular place to see whale sharks, especially if you timeshare Philippines between February and May. Take a boat cruise on the Donsol River through a mangrove forest at night to see thousands of glowing fireflies.
Located in the southern region of the Cebu province, this dreamy island features coconut trees, pristine beaches and coral gardens, making it a favorable diving spot but also an ideal place to see hammerheads, thresher sharks and manta rays.
Step back into time with a visit to this charming colonial town with its colorful Spanish architecture, cobblestone streets and horse-drawn carriages.
Banaue Rice Terraces
One of the country’s top attractions, the Banaue Rice Terraces are a sight to behold. Carved from the mountains more than 2,000 years ago, these jaw-dropping rice terraces resemble massive steps climbing toward the sky.
Located on the island of Bohol, the Chocolate Hills are a geological mystery consisting of more than 1,200 grass-covered hills that appear mostly symmetrical and of equal size (ranging from 98 to 165 feet). The hills look chocolate brown when the grass dies during the dry season.
Puerto Princesa Subterranean River
Head to the island province of Palawa for a paddleboat tour through one of the world’s longest underground rivers to see massive caves, bats and interesting rock formations.
Tubbataha Reef Natural Park
This marine park is a diver’s mecca in the middle of the Sulu Sea, known for its impressive drop-off walls teeming with marine life. Timeshare Philippines between April and June to experience this world-class diving site.
When to Visit
Most people visit during the high season (November to April) when the weather is dry and comfortable throughout the country. The offseason (May to October) features hot, humid and rainy weather with the risk of typhoons. The shoulder months of May and November may present fewer crowds, pleasant weather and value for your money.