Bulacan Tours and Activities

Bulacan Tours and Activities

Discover the idyllic beauty of Bulacan, a well-known getaway near Manila. Enjoy visiting historic churches, mountains, national parks, and hiking spots when you book Bulacan tours.
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Is Bulacan part of Metro Manila?

Bulacan is situated north of Metro Manila and is a popular road trip destination near Manila.

How far is Bulacan from Manila and how many hours is the travel time?

The travel time from Bulacan to Manila is 1 hour and 14 minutes, about 40.6 kilometers away.

Is Bulacan under ECQ?

Bulacan is currently not under ECQ. For more updates and detailed information, check our Philippines travel requirements guide.

Where to go in Bulacan for a day tour and what are the best tourist destinations?

There are plenty of tourist spots in Bulacan often included in day tours near Manila. This includes Biak-na-Bato National Park, Barasoain Church, Mt. Balagbag, Pinagrealan Cave, and Gawad Kalinga Enchanted Farm. It’s also one of the best-hiking destinations in the Philippines and part of kid-friendly places near Manila. If you're planning to stay for a few days, there are plenty of Bulacan resorts to choose from.

How many days should I spend on a Bulacan tour complete with a full itinerary?

Depending on your itinerary, especially if you plan to add PH Vacation Packages, Honeymoon Packages, PH Staycation Packages, or Outdoor Adventures, it is highly recommended to stay and join Bulacan tour packages for 2-3 days. If you’re going to try glamping near Manila, farm resorts in Manila, affordable resorts near Manila, or unique hotels in the Philippines and you plan to stay in Bulacan, you can add 1-2 days to your current itinerary.

Is it safe in Bulacan?

Yes, it is safe in Bulacan. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is highly recommended to practice safety measures, such as frequent sanitation, social distancing, and wearing of face mask and face shield.

What is the main language used in Bulacan?

The two main languages in Bulacan are Tagalog and Kapampangan.

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