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Suggested Journeys

Philippines


Journey Highlights

  • New & Old Manila Tour
  • Colorful dance and music performance
  • Intramuros
  • Fort Santiago
  • Manila Cathedral
  • San Augustin Church
  • Casa Manila
  • Rizal Park
Manila Break

Manila Break

Makati, the “tourist district” in Manila, is also quite surprising because it sums up what Manila is all about. Huge buildings built in the middle of very poor neighborhoods, jeepneys, in the streets below, honking their horns, people jumping along the way, vendors of kebabs and other small sweets typical of the country challenging you or trying to protect themselves from the polluted vapors of those famous jeepneys. It’s messy, it’s noisy… it’s typical! It’s what makes Manila different from the West and provides the motivation to go there. Another district worth visiting is Intramuros, the historic district (and a little museum) of Manila dating back to the time of the Spanish colonization almost 500 years ago. Also deserving a visit is Rizal Park, an iconic city corner, also known as Luneta, that was the site of many public executions during the Spanish era. Don’t forget the many old catholic churches in the city, including the Cathedral.

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Journey Highlights

  • Half-day Manila City tour

  • Banaue Rice Terraces

  • Ifugao Heritage Tour

  • Viewpoint Banga-an Village tour by local Jeepney

  • Bontoc/Sagada tour

  • Tribal show

  • Boracay Beach

North and South Swing

North and South Swing

Voted best beach in the world by many travel specialists, the superb tropical island of Boracay is the ideal place for a paradise vacation, with its warm blue waters, its white sandy beaches bordered by palm trees over a length of 2.5 miles. In addition to invigorating swimming in the sea, you can take part in relaxing activities such as canoeing and sailing on the other side of the island, strolling from one beach to another and enjoying the island's peaceful and relaxed atmosphere. After sunset, the island turns into an exciting place to dance and party. Sheltered from violent eastern typhoons, the island has all the elements of a tropical paradise - crystal clear blue waters, paradisiacal beaches of white sand, magnificent palm trees, flowering plants and maintaining a magnificent marine life under the seas.

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Journey Highlights

  • Tour of Manila
    • Intramuros
    • Manila Cathedral
    • San Agustin Church
    • Casa Manila
    • Rizal Park
  • Cebu city tour
    • Fort San Pedro
    • Basilica of St. Nino
    • Beverly Hills Taoist Temple
  • Bohol tour
    • Chocolate Hills
    • Baclayon Church
    • Blood compact
  •  Loboc River cruise
Manila and the Twinning Islands

Manila and the Twinning Islands

Less than an hour's flight from the capital Manila and a short ferry ride from Cebu, Bohol Island, in the Visayas province, is one of the most visited islands in the Philippines. It can boast of breathtaking sites, white sandy beaches, world class hotels, and ubiquitous nature. Bohol can easily keep you busy for 3 to 4 days including sightseeing and activities provided by your resort hotel on the island. A must go is the Monument to the Blood Compact (Sandugo) in Tagbilaran. This is the site where the blood pact was passed between Sikatuna and Miguel Lopez de Legaspi (between the natives and the Spanish), an act that symbolizes the peace and friendship that took place between the two peoples in March 16, 1565.

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Journey Highlights

  • Half-day Manila city tour
    • Intramuros
    • Manila Cathedral
    • San Agustin Church
    • Casa Manila
    • Rizal Park
  • Half-day Puerto Princesa City tour
  • Underground river tour
  • Organic Farm with lunch
  • Resort based activities in Lagen Island
Highlights and Sidelights

Highlights and Sidelights

The beauty of El Nido on Palawan Island is almost surreal: endless white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and an underwater world that will take your breath away! A destination that truly resembles paradise. It is not the village of El Nido itself which is magnificent (although it is calm and friendly), but the surroundings and the breathtaking view of the seascape. In the morning, people leave in Bangka (typical Filipino boats) to explore the nearby islands and lagoons, dive into the crystal-clear waters and discover caves and hidden beaches. And here, we’re not selling you the destination like in the guides: El Nido is really magical, and you won't want to leave the place!

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Journey Highlights

  • Tour of Manila
    • Intramuros
    • Manila Cathedral
    • San Agustin Church
    • Casa Manila
    • Rizal Park
  • Tour of Bataan
    • Mt. Samat Shrine
    • Bagac Friendship Tower
  • Tour of Tarlac
    • Heritage Center
    • Monastery
    • Baroque Chapel
  • Tour of Baler
    • Dicasalarin Cove
    • History Trail
    • Dona Aurora House
Journey to the Past

Journey to the Past

From the departure of the Spanish, Émilio Aguinaldo convened a national congress to lay the foundations of the new republic. But after the Treaty of Paris which delivered the former Spanish colonies to them, the United States refused to recognize the independence of the archipelago, contrary to their promises. Aguinaldo realizes that he has been cheated. On February 4, 1899, he turned against the new colonizers. The latter react violently. The repression claimed around 200,000 victims. In 1902, finally, the United States conceded the election of a Philippine Parliament. Autonomy will be granted in 1934 and independence will not become effective until 1946, after a severe Japanese occupation.

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Journey Highlights

  • Tour of Bohol
    • Chocolate Hills
    • Loay River cruise
  • Dumaguete City tour
    • Silliman University
    • Earthenware pottery
    • Cathedral Bell Tower
  • Siquijor resort Activities
    • Excursion to Oslob
  • Whale and shark Interaction
  • Sumilon stay
    • Resort activities
Southern Islands Hopping

Southern Islands Hopping

If you’re looking for a relaxing vacation that matches your idea of idyllic beaches, emerald water and dream sunsets the Visayas Islands, in the Philippines are your ticket! The three islands we propose are in our opinion one of the essentials when traveling in this Asian country... In Bohol it’s worth visiting Chocolate Hills, an extraordinary geological formation known for its beauty and bizarre side. Bohol's second-best known attraction is the tarsier conservation center. Tarsiers are the smallest primates in the world with a maximum size of 6 inches... Dumaguete is, probably, the city with the best quality of life in the Philippines. It is sometimes said there is no paradise on earth and yet Dumaguete, on the island of Negros, is very similar... Siquijor is without a doubt the little gem of the Visayas. The beaches are deserted, there are heavenly waterfalls in the middle of the forest and the locals are friendly... Yes, Sumilon is indeed a paradise island ... a sandbank as a beach, turquoise and crystal-clear water ... In short, happiness. You think this place comes straight out of a magazine.

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