Recognized as one of the world’s best beaches, Boracay is a perfect island getaway with its warm blue waters, powder-fine white sand, and palm fringed four kilometer-long stretch of beach. During the day, there’s so much to do in the island from water sports to interaction with the locals.
Cebu is one of the top destinations in the Philippines, and is known for its historical sights and beautiful beaches. It has grown into a dynamic tourist destination for its many international flights and world class facilities to welcome visitors.
Claimed as one of the most beautiful natural harbors in the Philippines, Puerto Galera in Mindoro is one of the most popular beach destinations in the country for its white sand cove beaches, forest and mountains. In spite of the island’s attractiveness to local and foreign visitors, and its closeness to Manila, it has preserved its natural character and charm with well-kept, simple and laidback accommodations.
Nature’s splendor abounds in the island of Bohol. It is famous for its Chocolate Hills, a group of uniformly shaped hills that turns brown during summer, and the many old Spanish churches. Despite the strong Spanish influence, the people have retained much of their local culture.
The land of blooming flowers is blessed with generally good weather all year round. The province is a melting pot of many indigenous cultural groups and an abode to the ethnic tribes of the Bagobo, Mandaya and Mansaka. In living colorful contrast, its population is a mix of cultural minorities and cosmopolitan Catholics and Muslims.
Manila and Cebu are the Philippines’ main cities and economic hubs. Manila, the capital of the country, is not only a business and government offices center but also home to historical sites. There’s the Walled City in Fort Santiago, where you can retrace the footsteps of the country’s National Hero, Dr. Jose Rizal, before he was shot. Cebu, on the other hand, is rich in history, being the oldest city of the Philippines.
The premier city of the Philippines, Manila, is a vital stopping point in Southeast Asia. The city was also a former Malay settlement, founded by the Spanish Conquistador, Miguel Lopez de Legaspi in June 1571. Then it was known as the “Distinguished and Ever Loyal City of Manila”.
Tagaytay is a picturesque city perched on a ridge 750 meters above sea level and overlooking Taal Lake and the Taal Volcano Island. Taal Volcano is the lowest volcano in the world and one of the most active. The lake and the volcano are sometimes described as “an island within a lake within an island within a lake”.
Home of the world-renowned Rice Terraces, Ifugao is a land-locked area that boasts wonderful views of rugged terrains, river valleys, and massive, lush forests. The name of this scenic place is coined from the term “i-pugo” which means “people of the hill.”
Puerto Princesa is a city located in the beautiful island of Palawan. It is one of the country’s most popular tourist spots with its beach resorts and seafood restaurants. Acclaimed many times as the cleanest and greenest city in the country, Puerto Princesa is the perfect destination for those who want to enjoy being one with nature and to see scenic landscapes and waterscapes.
Batanes, the northernmost province of the Philippines is one of the dream destinations in the country of both local and foreign tourists because of its serene environment and breathtaking sights as it lies between two large bodies of water – the South China Sea and Pacific Ocean.
This tour offers an experience of Davao’s highland adventures. Drive through the metropolis of Davao and across the lush countryside to Malagos, Calinan where you’ll get up close and personal with one of the Philippines’ most majestic bird, the Philippine Eagle – the second largest in the world, at its home at the foot of Mt Apo, in the Philippine Eagle Center.
Davao, located on the southeastern part of Mindanao, which is strategically located in the Asia- Pacific rim, the city serves as a gateway to the world thus, making it the center of the region’s commerce, trade and services.
Cebu City is located on the central eastern part of Cebu Province, an island at the center of Visayas. It is also known as the “Queen City of the South” as it is the country’s oldest city and the center of commerce, trade, education and industry in Visayas region.
Cebu, an island province is one of the most developed provinces in the Philippines located at the center of the Visayas region.
Cebu City, is one of the oldest cities in the Philippines. The city is the home to many historical and cultural landmarks.
The small island of Pamilacan is nestled in the heart of the Bohol Sea. Pamilacan means “resting place of the mantas”, however it is also been interpreted to derive from the word “pamilac”, or harpoon, a device that was used to capture the mantas, dolphins and whales.
Bohol, located in Central Visayas,is one of the most famous tourist destinations in the country. The island city is famous for its Chocolate Hills. There are more or less 1268 hills, mostly between 30 and 50 meters high.
Tagaytay is a picturesque city perched on a ridge 750 meters above sea level and overlooking Taal Lake and the Taal Volcano Island. Taal Volcano is the lowest volcano in the world and one of the most active. The lake and the volcano are sometimes described as “an island within a lake within an island within a lake.
Taal Volcano Trekking tour is a soft adventure tour to Taal Volcano, the country’s smallest but one of the most active volcano. Head on a morning departure from Manila to a lake shore town called Talisay. The short drive from Tagaytay down to the lake is a breathtaking experience in a descending narrow road that winds to a jump-off point to the island volcano.