The Philippines is an archipelago including 7,000+ islands. The main mode of transport in between islands is the boat. It can be called by various names: banca or paraw, and, to the less lucky, speedboat, ship or luxury yacht. However we’re not having this list to include the most costly boats. We looked at the pictures and observed that there’s so many charming VisitPinas-tagged shots of boats, with the stunning Philippine scenery
in complete display screen. 1. Paraw
Regatta We begin, of course, with the Grand Winner of the 2018 Paraw Regatta Picture Contest. The festival is held every year at the Villa de Arevalo district, Iloilo City.
Likewise thanks to the celebration’s organizing group. [http://visitpinas.com/winning-photo-of-the-2018-iloilo-paraw-regatta-photo-contest/”>. See also: Winning Image of the 2018 Iloilo Paraw Regatta Picture Contest; The Boatman in Paradise] 2.
Sanctuary Picture by: Bien Orellana Bacarra, Jr.(check his Instagram account,
@bienbacarra, for more photos). Bien captioned this as” Guimaras Port “. 3. Bud Bongao Picture by:(examine his Instagram account, @lostincompass, for more images). This is a view of Bud Bongao from Sanguisiapo Island, Tawi-Tawi.
According: “Tawi-Tawi is the southern most province in the Philippines with approximately 300 surrounding stunning islands in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao. Although I was only able to go to a few of these islands, from what I saw, this is an almost unblemished paradise.”
@kenpntg, for more images). Dahican Beach, Mati, Davao Oriental. 5. Stranded Photo by: Mary Ann Burac(examine her Instagram account, @marianggala, for more pictures). Siargao Island, Surigao.
Picture by: Loie Adrian Fernandez(examine his Instagram account, @kaloifernandez, for more photos). Twin Beach, Nacpan, Palawan. 6. Ability Photo by: Denmark Alejandro(examine his Instagram account,< a href=" https://www.instagram.com/thenmarked/" rel=" noopener"target="_ blank" > @thenmarked, for more images). Boracay Island, Aklan. Denmark captioned this “Artist’s Stroke “. There must be debate why this image, of an artist painting a group of colorful paraw, should be here.
Art imitates life, and, oftentimes, life imitates art. We began with six photos of boats in a Philippine setting. We could have stopped at our 10 most favorite shots, however we’re practically sure, as holds true in previous circumstances, that a small number is never adequate to accommodate the fantastic photos of anything immersed in Philippine scenery.
Image by: Cris Bordon(check his< a href="https://www.instagram.com/bordlove/" rel="noopener"target= "_ blank"
@bordlove, for more pictures). At Sambawan, Biliran. 8. Peaceful Picture by: Kevin Flavier(check his Instagram account, @kevnfullbuster, for more pictures). Manila Yacht Club, Manila Bay.
Here’s another variation of “Serene.”
Photo by: chi a(inspect her Instagram account, @tsi_a_, for more pictures). Laiya, Batanga. 9. Craze Photo by: Forth Pangilinan(check his Instagram account, @carlosquatro, for more images). Virgin Island in Panglao, Bohol.
Picture by: freediveph( examine its Instagram account, @freediveph, for more photos). A shipwreck is an excellent location to dive and check out.