SUSTAINABLE AND ECO-HOTELS IN Philippines

THE 8 MOST ETHICAL AND SUSTAINABLE HOTELS IN Philippines according to ETIC Hotels

Discovery Primea

  • City: Manila
  • Score: 98%
  • Price from: £65.42

49.5
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.8
/ 10
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Amanpulo


21.3
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.3
/ 10
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Ascott Bonifacio Global City Manila

  • City: Manila
  • Score: 92%
  • Price from: £115.74

38.8
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.2
/ 10
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Ascott Makati

  • City: Manila
  • Score: 91%
  • Price from: £80.51

40.1
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.1
/ 10
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Best Western Plus The Ivywall Hotel


27.7
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.1
/ 10
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Radisson Blu Cebu

  • City: Cebu City
  • Score: 90%
  • Price from: £32.08

20.4
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9
/ 10
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Holiday Inn & Suites Makati

  • City: Manila
  • Score: 88%
  • Price from: £0

31.1
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
8.8
/ 10
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Shangri-Las Boracay Resort & Spa


28.7
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
8.8
/ 10
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COUNTRY PROFILE

Philippines

  • Official Name:Capital: Manila

  • Capital:Population 104 million

  • Population: Area 300,000 sq km 115,831 sq miles

  • Area: Major languages Filipino, English both official

  • Major Languages: Major religion Christianity

  • Major Religions: Life expectancy 66 years men, 73 years women

  • Life expectancy: Currency Philippine peso

  • Currency: Republic o

Things to see in Philippines

  • Boracay, Philippines: saiko3p / shutterstock

  • Banaue Rice Terraces: Frolova_

  • Elena / shutterstock

  • San Agustin Church: Richie Chan / shutterstock

  • Mayon Volcano, Luzon: Puripat Lertpunyaroj / shutterstock

  • Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park: View Apart / shutterstock

  • Fort Santiago: Patrick Messier / shutterstock

  • Santo Nino Basilica: walterericsy / shutterstock

  • Rizal Park: aldarinho / shutterstock

  • Chocolate Hills: Chris Howey / shutterstock

  • Taal Volcano: Antonio V. Oquias / shutterstock

  • Mactan Island: Flavia8 / shutterstock

  • Malapascua Island: photosounds / shutterstock

  • Tubbataha Reef: Sabangvideo / shutterstock

  • Black Nazarene: Tony Magdaraog / shutterstock

  • Coron Island: Sean Hsu / shutterstock

  • Corregidor Island, Cavite, Philippines: walterericsy / shutterstock

  • Burnham Park: Kizel Cotiw-an / shutterstock

  • Manila Ocean Park: saiko3p / shutterstock

  • Cebu Taoist Temple: Maxim Krivonos / shutterstock

  • Mines View Park: Ng

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  • Qi / shutterstock

  • Mount Pinatubo: Nick Utchin / shutterstock

  • Pagsanjan Falls: A

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  • R Studio / shutterstock

  • Mount Apo: Ulysses Nemeno / shutterstock

  • Hundred Islands National Park: Alexpunker / shutterstock

  • Cowrie Island in Honda Bay: Andrei Goncharov / shutterstock

When to visit in Philippines

  • The Philippines are most popular during the dry season, between November and April. At this time the country is fully accessible, including its many beautiful islands and more remote areas. Temperatures are high during March and April, so it€™s best to travel during the cooler months of December to February.

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