1. Top in the list is Boracay
Boracay was recognized as the world’s best island by the Travel + Leisure magazine in 2012 and second best (right after Palawan) in 2013. The island showcases smooth and fine white sands that cover’s a 4-kilometer beach front. This is a popular destination for a wide tourist budget range, from backpackers to luxurious spenders. Check the list of Boracay’s luxury accommodations here.
PAL Express and Cebu Pacific fly from Manila to Caticlan (the closest airport) using smaller, turboprop planes. You can also take flights from Manila to Kalibo and take a 1.5 to 2-hour land transfer to the drop-off port. 2GO Travel also has trips from Batangas City port to Caticlan. Check their websites for the schedules.