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Puerto Princesa
92 nautical miles southeast of Puerto Princesa City Puerto Princesa, Palawan It is a marine sanctuary located in the Middle Central Sulu Sea, 98 nautical miles southeast of Puerto Princesa City. Declared a World Natural Heritage site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on December 1993, it is under protective management by the Department of National Defense (DND). It is under technical supervision by the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development (PCSD) & the Department of Environment & Natural Resources (DENR).  HOW TO GET THERE  It is located in Cagayancillo town, Palawan. Trips to Tubbattaha from mid-March to mid-June are all vessel-based and require planning for a minimum of six weeks prior to departure. To reach the place, take a 70-minute flight from Manila to Puerto Princesa City. From the airport, a shuttle bus takes you to the dive boat. Boat ride from Puerto Princesa City takes approximately 12 hours. The crocodile farm is located. A jeepney could be hired to get to the place. Source:TravelMart 

Tubbataha Reef National Marine Park is located in Sulu, Philippines. Known for its diverse underwater ecosystem, the Tubbataha Reef National Park is considered as the most famous natural tourist attraction in Sulu. Schools of barracudas, jacks, rainbow runners, and surgeons pass are among the abundant marine species that can be found in this UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Tubbataha Reef National Park was nominated at the New Seven Wonders of the World.  Sources:

Tucad Reef is located in Capiz, Philippines. Tucad Reef is a submarine islet of seashells and corals, and it is a true testament of nature's amazing beauty. Its beauty is ever more apparent when the tide is low, and one can easily see the huge array of seashells and corals lined up on the shore.   Source:

Tuddingan Falls is located in Naguilian, La Union, Philippines.  According to the friendly village chief, the sources of Tuddingan Falls are the numerous water springs in the mountains which also supply the vast riceland of Naguilian. All year round, Tuddingan promises a fantastic view, showcasing clean and strong water. This towering beauty of about 70 feet has a man-made pool-like base which makes it more tempting to swimmers, especially for those who love to make daring dives by jumping from its perfectly formed multi-layered rock strata.

Tugot ni Angalo is located in Kabaruyan, San Quintin, Abra, Philippines. The name translates to "Footprints of Angalo," Angalo being the Adam or First Man in Abra mythology.  Locals believe that Tugot ni Angalo is the set of footprints of a real giant in San Quintin. The set measures around 15 meters long, five meters wide, and ten feet deep. On a clear day, it can be seen visibly even from a distance.

Tukuhan Sulphur Hot Springs is located in Tinoc, Ifugao, Philippines. A sulfuric hot spring at Barangay Tukuhan. This can be reached by a two-hour hike from Monsoyosoy, Buguias, Benguet.   

Tulapos Marine Sanctuary is located in Enrique Villanueva, Siquijor.  Opened in 1986, the sanctuary covers 14 hectares of beaches, mangroves and coral reefs. It is in fact, the largest marine sanctuary in the island.  Tulapos Marine Sanctuary is blessed with abundance of marine flora and fauna. What's most  interesting in this sanctuary is the two-storey mangrove tree house which provides a vast view over the sea and the shoreline.

Padre Burgos
Tulay Buhangin Island is located in Padre Burgos, Quezon, Philippines. The island is one of the favorite areas of vacationers who go to Padre Burgos. Although one beachfront has been damaged, other parts of the island are still good for swimming.

The Tulwanan Village was once the home of the Subanons, Dipolog's earliest settlers. It is located around six kilometers from the Dipolog city proper and along Dipolog River, through which the Subanons transported their products for trade in the early days. Source:WOW Philippines 

Tumarbong Falls is located at Bgy. Tumarbong, Palawan.  Basically, the falls is impressive in its breadth more than its height; above the falls is a natural basin ideal for swimming. Although there are limited accommodations available here, it is still a perfect ideal place not just for dipping but for sightseeing and trekking as well.  How to get to Tumarbong FallsIt will take a 30-minute land travel from the town proper and a 25-minute trek or a 30-minute banca ride to get to Tumarbong falls.   Source: flyphilippines