Visaya is the part of the country that fits the clichés of the sun-soaked, gin-stained Endemic paradise. The beaches are white and palm fringed, the seven main islands are Bohol, Cebu, Leyte, Masbate, Negros, Panay, and Samar. These islands and their smaller neighbours make up the central group of the Philippine archipelago.These islands and their smaller neighbours make up the central group of the Philippine archipelago.
High mountains characterize most of the Visayas with the exception of Samar and Masbate, which are exceedingly hilly. Panay has extensive eastern plains where sugarcane and rice are farmed. Negros has large western plains on which sugarcane is grown. Corn (maize), coconuts, bananas, tobacco, abaca, and root crops also are widely grown, and fishing is also important in the Visayas.
Bohol is an Island province located in the Central Visaya region, consisting of Bohol Island and more than 75 minor surrounding islands. The Chocolate Hills, numerous mounds of limestone formations, is the most popular attraction, numerous tourist resorts dot the southern beaches and cater to divers around the world. The Philippine Tarsier, considered the second smallest primate in the world and is a national icon.
Siquijor is an island province also located in the Central Visaya region, white sandy beaches make of more than 102 kilometre coastline of Siquijor. The coral reefs offer some of the best diving in the Philippines for snorkelers and scuba divers.
El Nido is a first class municipality and manages the protected areas of Palawan, Palawan was chosen as one of the best travel destinations in the world, for its beautiful beaches and plenty of resorts to stay a must place to visit.
Boracay Island’s two primary tourist beaches are White Beach and Bulabog Beach and are full of Leisure activity’s. diving, snorkelling, windsurfing, kiteboarding, cliff diving and beach relaxation.