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Explore the best of the Philippines by browsing through various city and sightseeing tours, perfect for all ages. From a visit to the historic walled city of Intramuros to seeing the Lapu Lapu Shrine up close — everything is here. Plan your trip and discover the beauty of the Philippines now.

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Explore the best of the Philippines by browsing through various city and sightseeing tours, perfect for all ages. From a visit to the historic walled city of Intramuros to seeing the Lapu Lapu Shrine up close — everything is here. Plan your trip and discover the beauty of the Philippines now.
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Cagayan de Oro City Half-Day Tour via Tricycle

See the best of Cagayan de Oro aboard a very local and unique vehicle that will take you to the most iconic landmarks of the city in just half a day. If you’re a fan of sightseeing but want to avoid the conventional tour vehicles, then this package deal is just what you’re looking for.  The Motorela, a genuinely Kagay-ayon ride made by Raphael D. Floirendo, Sr., will be picking you up any time of day within the downtown area of Cagayan de Oro. From there, you will make your way to Saint Augustine Cathedral. This historical church was built in 1624 by Fray Agustin San Pedro and continues to stand beautifully after being renovated when it was burned in 1778. Saint Augustine Cathedral is famous for its pristine stained glass which was donated by the New York Sacred Heart chapel. The Cathedral is also known for beautiful paintings, a pipe organ, and a wooden cross that adorns the structure. After offering a small prayer at the church, hop on to the next location: the Sendong Memorial Wall. Located at Gaston Park, the Sendong Memorial Wall is a symbolic marker to remember the victims of Typhoon Sendong in 2011. Measuring 8ft x 12ft, it contains the names of the victims who passed away during one of the country’s major typhoons.  Near the marker is the City Museum, one of the city’s historical and oldest places. Built in 1922, the City Museum was originally a water tank tower renovated to become a unique attraction in 2008. The water tower has its own story to tell as it withstood the damage of the war. The city government gave this museum an “adaptive reuse of a heritage structure” accreditation. After immersing yourself in the city’s history, you can chill at  Divisoria Plaza. Also known as the ‘Golden Friendship Park’, the park was constructed in the 1900s as a dedication to local and national heroes. Feel free to have a food trip here as you hop from one food stall to the next and relax in the bustling grounds.  You will then make your way to the Museum of Three Cultures, which was founded by Madame Laureana San Pedro Rosales, an educator dedicated to helping others and conserving the culture of Mindanao. The museum serves as a place of discovery as it showcases rare antiques from the Manobo and Higaunon culture, Butuan’s unearthed treasures (jewelry, furniture, wooden crafts, weapons, instruments), Christian artifacts, Lumad arts, and more.  Finally, end the tour at the Provincial Capitol Grounds, a local park where you can also enjoy food trips, relaxing strolls, and various sports activities such as basketball and zumba. Near the area, you can also see the famous MacArthur Marker, a memorial for General Douglas MacArthur who landed in 1942 during World War II. The marker is shaped like a big military cap that mirrors the cap worn by the late General. You will then be dropped at one of the souvenir shops in the area before you return to your accommodation. Discover why Cagayan de Oro City has been named the “City of Golden Friendships” with this half-day city tour aboard a local trcicyle. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
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Naga City Full-Day Sightseeing Tour with Buffet Lunch & Transfers

Get introduced to Naga City’s locally-renowned sites aboard a private air-conditioned van. With eight stops and a buffet lunch, this full-day guided tour is the best option for guests wanting to see the best of the Queen City of Bicol.  After getting picked up by your designated guide, you will make your way to the Peñafrancia Basilica Minore located along the outskirts of the town. The image of the Virgin Mary, which is called Our Lady of Peñafrancia, housed in this Roman Catholic church dates back to the early 1700s and is believed to bring good fortune. A little over a kilometer away from the basilica is the Peñafrancia Shrine Church, the former home to the Virgin Mary image before it was moved to the basilica. You will then relax a little at the Panicuason Hot Spring Resort and Nature Adventure Park, nestled in Mount Isarog National Park. The site features an array of outdoor activities, including zip-lining and wall climbing. If you’re a more laid-back type of traveler, feel free to just enjoy the verdant surroundings before you head off to your buffet lunch at a local restaurant.  After the sumptuous meal, you will be visiting the Naga Metropolitan Cathedral, known as the biggest church in Southern Luzon. The cathedral is also dubbed as the mother of all the churches in the Bicol region, mainly because it serves as the seat of the Archdiocese of Caceres. Marvel at the Roman baroque architecture of this Spanish-era cathedral, which is complete with an emblazoned Spanish Royal Seal right above the doorway.  From the cathedral, you will be taken to Quince Martires, a monument made in honor of the 15 Martyrs of Bicol. Just across the street from the monument is the San Francisco Church, which also played a significant role in Philippine history. It was where the Spaniards took refuge before they surrendered to the Filipino revolutionaries in September 1898, putting an end to their rule in Bicol. A quick walk from the church will take you to the Plaza Rizal, constructed in honor of Dr. Jose Rizal. The park serves as a favorite recreational and relaxation spot for locals.  Another form of recreation in Naga is the Camarines Sur Watersports Complex. This watersports park is among the frequented attractions in the city, where you can enjoy water skiing, wakeboarding, and wakeskating. You will then be taken to the House of Pili to buy some pili nut products before going home. Experience the best of Naga City all in one day with this full-day excursion around its iconic sites. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Cebu Safari & Adventure Park Private Day Tour with Transfers

Set out for a fun-filled tour of Cebu Safari and Adventure Park via a private day tour that conveniently provides round-trip transfers from your hotel in Cebu City or Mactan Island. Your driver will serve as your tour coordinator and guide. At the park, you will enjoy access to the African Savanna tour and all animal-viewing areas. You can also catch a bird show if you’re visiting Wednesdays to Sundays or on public holidays.  The Cebu Safari and Adventure Park is located in Carmen municipality. Founded by Michel J. Lhuillier and Eduard J. Loop, it spans 170 hectares and houses more than a thousand animals of as many as 120 different species. Considered as the biggest zoological park in the country, it also has various gardens that boast unique flora and fauna.  The African Savanna adventure, which comes inclusive of your tour, lets you watch up close zebras and African antelopes while on a safari ride.  Apart from this, you can see many more animals in the viewing areas, including Bengal tigers, Rusa deer, Bornean orangutans, meerkats, striped hyenas, and African lions. You can even freely pet some of the farm residents here, like cows, goats, rabbits, and ducks. There’s also an opportunity to feed giraffes.  Lunch is offered at the park but at your own expense. Even so, your tour pass is inclusive of access to the bird show conducted from Wednesdays to Sundays and on holidays. The show features macaws, chattering lories, African crowned cranes, the Philippine sea eagle, Philippine owl, and Philippine hawk.  This whole-day private tour of the Cebu Safari and Adventure Park starts at 07:00 AM, when you will be fetched from your hotel in Cebu City. The estimated dropoff time after the tour is 4:30 PM. Book now for a hassle-free safari escapade. Check availability by choosing a date. 

Duration:
9,5 hours
Available:
All year
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Cebu Uphill Attractions Private Day Tour With Transfers

Discover the beautiful attractions in Uphill Cebu with this private day tour that’s inclusive of transfer services for your complete enjoyment. Visit the Temple of Leah, Tops Lookout, Sirao Flower Garden, Buwakan ni Alejandra, and the majestic Taoist Temple. You will also stop by the Adventure Cafe for lunch or go on a zipline adventure (both at your own expense).  At 08:00 AM, you will be picked up from your hotel in Cebu City, and taken first to the Temple of Leah. Built by Teodorico Soriano Adarna as a gesture of love to his late wife, Leah Albino-Adarna, the park features a beautifully crafted Romanesque palace with fountains.  By about 10:00 AM, you will be at the Tops Lookout, an observation point for spectacular views of the city. Should you need to munch on some snacks, a few dining options are available here.  You will next visit the Sirao Flower Garden, dubbed Cebu’s “little” or “mini” Amsterdam for its collection of colorful flowers spread over the mountainside. Look forward to capturing Instagram moments at the giant hand sculpture, the windmill, or among rows of flowers complete with old-fashioned wheelbarrows.  Lunchtime at the Adventure Cafe is set at 12:30 PM, at your own expense. You can also opt to go ziplining, but the tour rate does not cover admission fees.  Afterward, you will head to Buwakan ni Alejandra, an ornately landscaped garden filled with as many as 200 varieties of flowers. To end the trip, you will visit the Taoist Temple, which welcomes you with an entryway designed after the Great Wall of China. There is a flight of 181 steps that you can brave to climb, representing the 81 chapters of Taoism scripture.  This private day tour of Cebu’s Uphill attractions comes inclusive of all entrance and parking fees. The estimated time of dropoff back to your hotel is 04:00 PM. Check the availability of this tour by choosing a date. 

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Cebu City Half-Day Private Tour With Lechon Lunch & Transfers

Enjoy a short but comprehensive private half-day tour of Cebu City, inclusive of lechon lunch! And for your convenience, the tour package covers round-trip transfers from your hotel in Cebu City, with the driver serving as your expert guide.  This adventure packs all the key historical and cultural attractions of the city in a comfortable 5-hour itinerary. You will first visit the Basilica Minore del Sto Niño de Cebu, which dates back to 1565. It houses the revered statuette of the Child Jesus, the patron of the vibrant and world-famous Sinulog Festival.  You will then head to Magellan’s Cross, the actual wooden cross erected by the first Spanish colonizers in 1521. The next stop is Fort San Pedro, one of the first fortresses they developed to establish the new government in the Philippines. The remaining concrete structure dates from 1738.  At the Heritage of Cebu Monument, you will see numerous sculptures that depict major historical moments in Cebu province. The intricate tableaus were designed by Filipino artist Eduardo Castrillo, completed over 3 years.  Across the street from the monument is the Yap-San Diego ancestral house, said to be the oldest standing house of the first Chinese settlers in the Philippines. Now a museum, it highlights how Spanish and Chinese cultures blended into the Filipino way of life through the centuries.  You will also visit the Taoist Temple, built in 1972 by the Filipino-Chinese community in Cebu. The temple features an entrance that recalls the Great Wall of China, a library, souvenir shop, wishing well, chapel, and a spacious balcony looking out over the city. There is also a flight of 181 steps that represents the 81 chapters of Taoism scripture.  Enjoy a plated lunch of lechon (roasted pig) at the House of Lechon — a hearty meal befitting a half-day tour of Cebu City’s highlights. Check availability by choosing a date. 

Duration:
6 hours
Available:
All year
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Cebu City & Lapu-Lapu City Highlights and Uphill Private Day Tour With Transfers

Visit the cultural highlights of Cebu City and Lapu-Lapu City plus Uphill destinations with this private day tour. Pickup and dropoff transfers from within Cebu City are included, and you will be guided by an experienced driver throughout.  Your itinerary kicks off at historical landmarks that date as far back as the 1500s. You will first visit the Basilica Minore del Sto Niño de Cebu, which houses the revered centuries-old statuette of the Child Jesus. You will next see Magellan’s Cross, which was erected in 1521 upon the arrival of Spanish colonizers in the Philippines, and then Fort San Pedro, one of the first military structures they built.  The tour will also take you to the Heritage of Cebu Monument, which features sculptures made of brass, bronze, concrete, and steel, depicting major historical events of Cebu province. Marvel at the intricate details integrated into each tableau. Further, you will get the chance to see the Yap-San Diego ancestral house, said to be the oldest standing house of the first Chinese settlers in the Philippines.  The tour also includes a visit to the Taoist Temple, a guitar factory, and the Mactan Shrine. The latter commemorates the victory of the Filipino warrior-chieftain Lapu-Lapu over Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan, who led the first Spanish fleet to lay claim to Mactan. In Uphill Cebu, more lovely destinations are yours to explore. The first stop is the Temple of Leah, a picturesque park designed like an ancient Roman palace. It was built to symbolize the undying love of a husband for his wife, like the Taj Mahal in India. Next is the Tops Lookout, an observation spot that offers sweeping views of the city. There are also various casual dining options here.  Finally, you will stop by the Sirao Flower Garden, dubbed a “Little Amsterdam” because of its expanse of beautiful flowers. The garden also has quirky Instagram-worthy sculptures, including a giant open hand that lends a commanding view over the mountain.  The entire itinerary runs about 10 hours. Entrance and parking fees are included in the package rate, except for Uphill destinations.  Book this private day tour for an encompassing discovery of Cebu City and Lapu-Lapu City. Check availability by choosing a date. 

Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
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Kalibo Highlights Day Tour with Unlimited Oyster Lunch & Transfers

See the best highlights of Kalibo, Aklan, with this day tour that also treats you to lunch with unlimited oysters and round-trip transfers from Kalibo proper. Look forward to exploring historic shrines, lovely parks, and churches, including the St John the Baptist Cathedral, Museo it Akean, Bakhawan Eco-Park, and more. Truly a convenient way of exploring many attractions in one go.  This 8-hour tour starts with a drive-by at the Golden Salakot arch in central Kalibo, which leads to your first stop, the Aklan Freedom Shrine. This landmark is a memorial to 19 Aklanon martyrs of the Philippine revolution against Spanish colonizers.  Next, you will visit the Kalibo Pastrana Park, which hosts the major events of the Ati-Atihan Festival every January. Apart from this, the park is a national archeological reservation site, where Chinese and European tradeware dating from the 15th to 18th centuries were unearthed. Across Pastrana Park is the St John the Baptist Cathedral, constructed in 1804. At the nearby Museo it Akean, you will see a collection of Aklanon artifacts gathered over centuries, including fishing and farming equipment, and indigenous crafts.  Next, the tour will take you to a piña weaving site. Here you will witness how the delicate fiber made from pineapple leaves is transformed into a luxurious lacelike textile that was a favorite of European elites during the colonial era. Kalibo piña, in fact, has already been nominated for inclusion in the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists. You will then visit Bakhawan Eco-Park, a 220-hectare mangrove forest. You can explore following the 2-kilometer wooden walkway that mazes through thousands of mangroves, the result of a major reforestation project. Your lunch of unlimited oysters will be at Tambak, a cluster of rustic restaurants at Kalibo’s seafood district.  The tour includes a visit to Sampaguita Gardens, a boutique resort with a Victorian-era Christmas cottage and quaint carnival rides. You will also stop by the Jaime Cardinal Sin Monument, which honors the legendary Archbishop of Manila, who was born in Kalibo.  To conclude the trip, you will visit either Papierus Arts and Crafts or Jocyls Products. Papierus offers handmade recycled paper products. At Jocyls, you can see how Kalibo chorizo is made before it becomes the chori burger popular in Boracay.  This day tour of Kalibo’s highlights comes inclusive of all applicable entrance fees and transportation for the whole itinerary. Check availability by choosing a date. 

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Malay Aklan Motag Living Museum Half-Day Tour with Transfers from Boracay

Get to experience firsthand the cultural heritage of Aklan with a half-day tour of Motag Living Museum in Malay town. This family-friendly package includes round-trip transportation that also covers the transfers between Boracay Island and Caticlan in mainland Aklan. The meetup point to start the tour is at D’Mall at White Beach Station 2.  The Motag Living Museum is an interactive cultural expo that invites you to try your hand in various activities that define Aklan livelihood, especially during the time when the province was not a tourist hub yet.  The museum not only features Aklanon artifacts in use but more importantly, the locals who create the village experience. It is like an interactive theater, indeed. Even better, the museum employs mostly senior citizens as the hosts or guides. They are the keepers of centuries-old traditions who are eager to share their heritage. With your friends or your kids, join in weaving crafts or head out to the fields to see rice planting with carabaos. Local hosts dressed in brightly colored patadyong or traditional farming dress will showcase how they mill rice. A few meters away, basket weavers make the containers for storing the rice.  See how the materials for a bahay kubo or nipa hut are made, or how to roll tobacco leaves into cigars. You can further learn how to cook native cuisines and perform Malayanon folk songs and dances.  This tour comes inclusive of entrance fees and access to the interactive activities. You will also be treated to traditional snacks, and are entitled to a group photo with performers and a carabao. It’s a perfect souvenir of your Motag adventure, especially when you’re coming here with kids.  Book this half-day tour of the Motag Living Museum in Malay to add a more unique experience during your vacation in Boracay or Kalibo. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
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Bacolod, Silay, Talisay Tri City Private Tour with Transfers from Bacolod City

Explore and marvel at the rich cultural heritage and colorful treasures that make up the three cities of Bacolod, Silay, and Talisay with this tri-city private day tour! This tour is a perfect introduction to the vibrant tourist spots of the three cities in Negros Occidental and a great way to explore many attractions in just one day.  You will be picked up from your hotel within Bacolod City and you’ll make your way to the most popular attraction in the area: The Ruins. Situated in Talisay, It is a grand structure despite only having remains of its pillars and walls. It used to be a family mansion in honor of the patriarch’s love for his late wife. You will next visit the Campuestohan Highland Resort, a family-oriented theme park famed for its gigantic dinosaur structures towering over large swimming pools and incredible rides.  The tour continues to cultural landmarks, starting with Balay Negrense, a heritage house formerly owned by a sugar baron and is now a well-maintained museum. The Cinco De Noviembre marker is next, and this landmark commemorates the Negros Revolution against Spanish colonial rule. You will also visit important structures for the Catholics, starting with the San Diego Pro-Cathedral in Silay. It is the only church that features a dome in the entire Negros Occidental. Next is the San Sebastian Cathedral, famously known as Bacolod Cathedral, and is beautifully made out of coral stones and hardwood.  Next on the itinerary is the iconic New Government Center in Bacolod City, an all-white majestic structure sitting on a vast former sugarcane field. Aside from housing the most important offices of the local government, it features extensive lawns and a huge fountain, making it a favorite hangout spot for locals. The next stop is the Las Vegas-themed Bacolod City Welcome Marker located at the Bacolod Welcome Park that definitely evokes the fun spirit of this city known as “The City of Smiles.”  This tour closes with a visit to several other city attractions such as Pope John Paul II Tower, Capitol Lagoon, and Pasalubong Centers in Bacolod City. Exploring one city is fun, but three makes it a party! So go ahead and book this tour now. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Bacolod The Ruins & Heritage Houses History Tour with Transfers

Explore the colorful heritage of Bacolod and nearby towns with this history tour. This tour is perfect for those who are interested in heritage houses and century-old churches, along with the many stories they contain in their history. You will be picked up from your accommodation in Bacolod and the tour heads straight to one of Negros Occidental’s most famous landmarks. Located in nearby Talisay town, The Ruins cannot be missed when traveling to Bacolod. Once an opulent mansion built by a sugar baron for his wife and family, The Ruins hold a tragic story which you'll learn on this tour. The Ruins is what its name suggests: a structure of remaining pillars and walls after it was burned down during the war, albeit well-maintained to still stand in all its grandeur.  About an hour’s drive from Bacolod is the Hacienda Rosalia in the town of Manapla. Built by the Gaston family in the 1930s, the Gaston Ancestral House is the centerpiece of the compound, with its colonial-style architecture furnished with French-Creole ornaments and furniture. Inside the compound is the interestingly-shaped Chapel of Cartwheels, named after its walls made of discarded carabao cartwheels used by the farmer families in the area. Another interesting (and controversial) church is next on the itinerary: Church of the Angry Christ. Locally known as the St. Joseph the Worker Parish Church, it features a huge mural depicting a more fierce-looking Christ, the artist’s interpretation of The Last Judgment.  Neighboring Silay City is the next destination, a town famed for its many preserved heritage houses including mansions, a pink house, and grand haciendero (plantation owner) houses turned into museums. All these structures depict an era when the sugar industry was at its peak and the region at its richest. You get to visit Farmacia Locsin, which put on a facade for buying medicines but had an even nobler and more patriotic backstory. Balay ni Tana Dicang in Talisay is a stone-house that now houses memorabilia and artifacts. The tour concludes with a stop at the Pasalubong Centers for souvenir shopping. Relive the rich cultural and religious history of Bacolod with this tour! Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Naga City Highlights Half-Day Tour with Snacks and Transfers

Get introduced to Naga City’s most iconic and frequently visited sites as you embark on this half-day tour around the city. Having been dubbed as the “Queen City and Heart of Bicol,” Naga is home to some of the region’s popular landmarks. If you fancy sightseeing and have limited time, see the best of Naga by reserving a slot on this trip. An air-conditioned tour van will pick you up from Naga City and take you to the Peñafrancia Basilica Minore. The image of Our Lady of Peñafrancia, which was sculpted in 1710, is currently housed in this church. It is the patron of Naga and the inspiration for the annual Peñafrancia Festival. After the Basilica, you will be visiting San Francisco Church, the first church built by the Franciscan friars in Southeast Asia in the late 1570s. This church was also the same location where the Spaniards surrendered to the Filipino revolutionaries, marking the end of Spanish rule in the Bicol region. Located in front of the San Francisco Church is the Quince Martires. This is a monument built in honor of the Fifteen Martyrs of Bicol who were executed by firing squad for supporting the Katipunan uprising during the Spanish era.  The country’s national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal, who was executed the same way as the fifteen Martyrs, was also given tribute in Naga through another monument in Plaza Rizal. Today, the plaza serves as a public recreational and relaxation spot for the locals.  Finally, you will visit the CamSur Watersports Complex. This place is known for wakeboarding, water skiing, and wakeskating. Before heading back to your accommodation, you will be stopping by the House of Pili where you can buy some pili nut products to take home, a specialty food of this region.  Explore the best sights in Naga City with this half-day city tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5 hours
Available:
All year
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Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar & Mt. Samat Bataan Day Tour with Lunch & Transfers from Manila

History overload awaits those who book this day tour to Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar and Mt. Samat National Shrine! From stepping inside picturesque historical Spanish-Filipino houses to visiting a World War 2 shrine commemorating brave, fallen soldiers, this tour is perfect for those who appreciate history. Learn about the Philippines' storied past while enjoying these beautiful man-made sights. From the Esplanade Seaside Terminal, you will make your way to the province of Bataan aboard a ferry, with the ride taking approximately 2 hours. First on the itinerary is the Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar, famed for its beautifully-restored Spanish-Filipino colonial buildings and antique houses that were originally built in the 17th to 19th century. These houses were cautiously disassembled from their original locations and carefully transported to this seaside property in Bataan, making for a sprawling area that celebrates classic beauty, history, and romance.  Aside from these grand structures that are truly a sight to behold, there are also restaurants and cafes inside Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar for visitors to enjoy a delicious meal or a glass of wine while soaking in the intricate architecture and splendid landscapes. A guided Heritage Tour is also available for those who wish to learn more about the stories behind the restored houses. From Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar, you will then proceed to another historical landmark in Bataan: the Mt. Samat National Shrine. Popularly known in the country as Dambana ng Kagitingan (Shrine of Valor), the shrine was built in remembrance and honor of the Filipino and American soldiers who ultimately met their demise in the hands of Japanese forces during the Second World War, particularly in the bloody Battle of Bataan. The shine features a towering 92-meter tall Memorial Cross, made out of reinforced steel and concrete, and a Colonnade that enshrines a museum filled with memorabilia and image depictions from the war. Balancing the weight of the tragic story commemorated in Mt. Samat, panoramic views of Bataan and nearby Corregidor Island can be enjoyed from the mountaintop shrine. Marvel at the colorful history of these remarkable landmarks in Bataan with this day tour! Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
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Tagaytay & Fantasy World Day Tour with Transfers from Manila

Take your holiday to greater heights as you explore the scenic highlands and wonderful attractions of Tagaytay and Batangas! This shared day tour will definitely turn your travel fantasies into a reality. You will be picked up from your hotel within Manila or Makati City area and you will make your way to Tagaytay, frequented by the metro’s residents for a quick respite from the hustle and bustle of city life. First stop is the Palace in the Sky or what is now known as the “People’s Park in the Sky”, a popular spot for sightseeing as it features a sweeping view of the famous Taal Lake and Volcano and the surrounding lush highlands of Tagaytay. Just ten minutes away is Picnic Grove, a family-friendly park that also offers stunning views of the Taal Lake as well as various activities such as horseback riding, cable car ride, and zipline. The park also has a restaurant that serves bulalo, a Tagaytay specialty of hot soup with beef shanks and bone marrow. The tour then proceeds to Pink Sister’s Church, one of the many retreat centers and monasteries in Tagaytay and definitely a perfect place when you are looking for relaxation and silence. From here, you will visit Sonya’s Secret Garden, a well-loved bed and breakfast with rustic cottages that serve healthy but hearty meals — don’t miss their signature wildflower salad!  Next on the itinerary is Twin Lakes, the country’s first vineyard resort with a row of restaurants and cafes you can enjoy while soaking in the magnificent views. You will then proceed to Caleruega Church, one of the most popular wedding venues in the country for its serene environment and charming Transfiguration Chapel. From here, Lemery Castle at Fantasy World is next. Dubbed as the “Disneyland of the Philippines”, the theme park was abandoned and is now reopened as a photo park for some Instagram-worthy memories. Lastly, you will stop at Rowena’s Pasalubong and make sure you don’t leave without grabbing some of their mouth-watering tarts. Enjoy a full day of serene spots and sweeping scenery in the highlands and attractions of Tagaytay and Batangas with this tour! Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar Bataan Day Tour with Transfers from Manila

Relive the splendor of old Manila and the rich heritage of the Philippines as you stroll through cobblestone streets and beautifully restored Spanish colonial buildings at La Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Bataan! You will be picked up from your accommodation within Manila and Makati area and from here, you will be transported to the town of Bataan where you will spend a full day in Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar - an open-air museum, convention center, beach resort, and heritage showcase all-in-one! The entire area is almost 1,000 acres in size and dotted by grandiose antique houses built in the 17th to 19th century, most of which were carefully disassembled and transported brick by brick to be restored in this premier seaside location in Bagac, Bataan. Get transported back in time as you admire the intricate and ornate buildings, carved by Filipino creativity and ingenuity. This shared tour also comes with a Guided Heritage Tour inside the resort for a more thorough appreciation of every historical piece found here. Storytellers, in the form of knowledgeable tour guides, will accompany you as you walk down memory lane and learn about the rich history of the Philippines’ colonial past. Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar also features several restaurants and cafes for a lunch or snack break that is equal parts romantic and historic. Lounge by the pool or the private beach area for a guaranteed relaxing time, or stop by the opulent replica of Binondo’s Hotel de Oriente where stunning artworks and architecture greet every visitor. You do not want to leave your camera behind — almost every corner and angle in the resort is beautiful and worth capturing photos of. Fall in love with the beauty of the past and relive Filipino-Spanish heritage with this tour at Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar! Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
13 hours
Available:
All year
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Roxas City Capiz Highlights Half-Day Sightseeing | With Transfers

Journey to the “Seafood Capital of the Philippines” and explore the beauty that is Roxas City, Capiz. Indulging you to a varied display of pristine seafood and a myriad of historical and cultural charmers, this Roxas City half-day tour is sure to hook visitors from all walks of life.  After getting picked up by the private tour transportation, you will make your way to Panay Church, also known as Sta. Monica Church.  The Baroque-style church, which is meticulously constructed with coral stones, is not just a place of worship but also a caretaker of history. Its bell was molded by back in 1884 from sacks of coins donated by the people of Panay. The bell is so huge that when it rings, its sound can be heard some few kilometers away.  Almost 13 kilometers from the church is the Sacred Heart of Jesus, where a giant statue of Jesus stands. From there, you will go to the Panublion Museum. The museum is home to various excavated artifacts, historical fragments, and traditional dresses of the indigenous tribe of Capiz, along with several memorabilia of the former President Manuel Roxas. The place is undoubtedly a gem to those who fancy local history. After exploring the museum, you will head next to the Roxas Bandstand, which is only a quick walk away from the Provincial Capitol. You will be given some time to take photos at both sites before you make your way to the Immaculate Conception Metropolitan Cathedral, another one of the city’s well-known landmarks. The church has been built around the 1800s and resembles the unique architect of the distant past. You will then stopover for souvenir shopping at Banica Dried Fish Market, where various dried seafood can be found, and Spanggo and Panuice, where local delicacies can be bought. Cap off your tour with a lunch at Baybay.  Experience the best of Roxas City with this half-day sightseeing tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5 hours
Available:
All year
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Roxas City Highlights & Seafood Feast Day Tour

Feast on the freshest seafood while exploring Roxas City with this day tour. If you want to discover the attractions of Roxas City and try a gastronomic seafood adventure in the Seafood Capital of the Philippines, then this is the perfect tour option for you. Your tour will begin once you are picked up by your guide within Roxas City. Dubbed as the Seafood Capital of the country, this is the best place to get a taste of the best flavors of the sea, but it also houses historical tourist spots worth seeing. You will first be brought to Panay Church, also known as the Sta. Monica Church.  The Baroque-style church will have you marvel at its tough facade, which was built using coral blocks. It also boasts of its bell, which was cast by Juan Reina in 1884 using only bags of coins donated by the people of Panay. The bell is currently the biggest in the country at 10.4 metric tons. It's so massive and powerful that when it rings, the sound echoes several kilometers away.  From the church, you will go next to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, where you can see a 40-meter statue of Jesus Christ. About six kilometers from the shrine is the Panublion Museum, which sits right next to the Roxas Bandstand. You will be given time for photo-ops at both attractions before you move to the Provincial Capitol for more photos.  Afterward, you will head next to the Palina River Cruise for your lunch. Feast on a variety of fresh and delectable seafood dishes that will surely make your mouth water. As you enjoy your meal, you will also be rewarded with a relaxing slow ride through the water. The cruise will bring you through a fishing village, topped with beautiful views. Once you get off, you will next go to the Immaculate Conception Metropolitan Cathedral, a well-respected landmark in the province that goes as far back to the 1800s. You will then stop  by Banica Dried Fish for some dried fish shopping, and Panulce and Spanggo, for the famous 'biscottini' and buko pies. Before heading back, you will also stop over at Kapiz Atbp., a souvenir shop, and Siguin, if you prefer.  Satisfy your taste buds and curiosity of the town’s culture and history with this day tour of Roxas City. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
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Mactan Cebu Panoramic & Highlands Day Tour with Transfer

Spend the day on a scenic getaway around Cebu’s historic sites and its beautiful landscapes. From significant historical attractions to vast flower fields on top of a mountain, this trip will take you around Mactan Island’s top destinations aboard a convenient ride.  The trip begins when your service picks you up from your accommodation. From there, you will head to your first stop, the Mactan Shrine. Known as the battle site of Mactan chieftain Lapu-Lapu and Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan, Mactan Shrine features two important monuments – the Lapu-Lapu Shrine and Magellan’s Shrine. Lapu-Lapu’s Shrine is a monument featuring the Visayan Datu and the first Filipino hero while holding a sword and shield. Not far from here is Magellan’s Shrine, the site where the Datu killed the Portuguese explorer. Afterward, you will be heading to Alegre Guitar Factory, home to the country’s world-class guitars. Enjoy strolling around the workshop and witnessing the guitar-making process before you stop over at Balay sa Busay for lunch. This cliffside restaurant serves delectable Filipino dishes that visitors can dig into as they take in the vast seascape in front of them. After the meal, you will be moving to your next destination, the West 35 Eco Mountain Resort. Positioned on top of the mountainous Balamban, you get to witness a 360-degree view of nature from its viewing deck. You can also order snacks from the Eco Resort’s restaurant before making your way to your next stop, the Sirao Flower Farm. Commune with nature as you walk along rows of flowers and lush greenery.  You will end your day with a visit to the Temple of Leah. This lavish Greek-inspired temple is also known as Cebu’s “Taj Majal” because it was erected as a symbol of the owner’s undying love towards his late wife. Located on top of a hill in Busay, Cebu, this seven-story temple offers a fantastic view of Cebu City. You can also check out the museum, library, and antique collection inside the temple while admiring its extravagant design. Discover the beauty and charm of Mactan Island with this whole day tour around its top attractions. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
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Mactan Cebu Panoramic & Highlands Guided Day Tour with Transfer

Discover the beauty of Mactan Island and Cebu City’s famous attractions with this whole day guided tour. If you’re a nature lover and a history buff visiting the island, then this trip is for you. The tour begins after your service picks you up from your accommodation. From there, you will be heading towards your first stop, Mactan Shrine. The Mactan Shrine in Punta Engaño was where the Battle of Mactan took place during the 1500s. Here, you will see two important sites that serve as an important reminder of Cebu’s history: Lapu-Lapu’s monument and Magellan’s shrine. Lapu-Lapu’s monument is a 20-meter bronze statue that commemorates the first Philippine national hero, Lapu-Lapu, who opposed the forces of Ferdinand Magellan, a Portuguese explorer who introduced Catholicism in the country. Not far from this site is Magellan’s Shrine, a large memorial tower erected in 1866. After learning about this historic place, you will be moving to Alegre Guitar Factory, where Mactan’s world-class handcrafted guitars are made. Have a quick tour around the factory before your stopover at the Balay sa Busay, a homey cliffside restaurant in Cebu, for your sumptuous lunch.  Right after the meal, you will make your way to West 35 Eco Mountain Resort. The resort boasts of a wide variety of flora and fauna and a 360-degree view of the Balamban mountains. You will see more of Cebu’s scenic countryside at your next stop, Sirao Flower Farm. One of Cebu’s most popular attractions, this flower farm on top of the mountain has a vast field full of lovely flowers and Instagrammable spots where you can take plenty of photos to your heart’s content. Finally, you will be proceeding to the Temple of Leah to conclude your tour. Get a taste of Ancient Greece in this majestic temple that overlooks downtown Cebu. With its Doric columns, Greece-inspired statues and elaborate architecture, there’s no shortage of picture-perfect sights here. Take on a memorable trip around Mactan Island and Cebu’s highlands with this full-day guided tour. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
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Cebu Panoramic & Highlands Guided Day Tour with Transfer

Come along on this scenic highland guided tour of Cebu and witness its beautiful panoramic views by booking this trip. If you’re a nature lover then this tour is perfect for you! The trip begins right after your guide picks you up from your accommodation in Cebu City or Mactan Island. Then, your guide will discuss the itinerary for the day. Once settled, you will be heading to your first stop, Sirao Flower Farm. Also known as “Little Amsterdam of Cebu”, the Siaro Flower Farm has become a popular attraction because of its vast flower fields and instagrammable designs. Both foreign and local guests flock to Sirao Flower Farm to witness its beauty. Enjoy taking as many photos as you can in this lovely flower garden before moving on to the next destination, West 35 Eco Mountain Resort. Situated on top of the mountainous Balamban, West 35 Eco Mountain Resort is the perfect place to relax with its 360-degree view of Balamban mountains. The Eco Resort also boasts of lush vegetation, a wide variety of insects and birds, and activity areas such as a children’s playground and zipline. Afterwards, you will be heading to Tops Lookout, a popular observation spot in Cebu. Perched on top of Mt. Busay, Tops lookout is well-known among travelers because of its fortress-like viewing deck and spectacular views. If you want to stay longer, the place also has a mini-bar where you can buy drinks, while admiring the view. Finally, you will be heading to the Temple of Leah. Built in 2012, this elaborate Greek-style temple is the architect’s grand gesture of love towards his late wife. It has been likened to Taj Mahal in India because of its purpose and grandeur. Inside the temple is a museum and library that houses the family’s antiques. Enjoy the panoramic views that Cebu has to offer as you embark on this wonderful journey along the highlands of Cebu. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
6 hours
Available:
All year
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Coron Town Highlights Day Tour | Mt. Tapyas, Maquinit Hotspring, Cashew Factory

Delight yourself with sweeping views atop rolling hills, religious landmarks, and culture quirks around Coron town and discover what makes this place special aside from its glorious beaches and paradise islands. Take a fun day out with this Coron Town Highlights Day Tour! This shared tour starts with you being picked up from your accommodation within Coron town. Then you will make your way to what is undoubtedly the best viewpoint in the entire Coron. You will have to take 700+ steps to get to the top, but it will be very worth it as you will be treated to a panoramic view of Coron town, the breathtaking bay, and the neighboring islets dotting blue waters. The viewpoint also features a huge “C-O-R-O-N” sign similar to that of the iconic Hollywood sign.  From here, you will visit Maquinit Hot Springs, the only saltwater hot spring in the Philippines. This is the perfect stop after that arduous climb up Mt. Tapyas — the warm waters are almost therapeutic once you take a dip in.  Next on the itinerary is a visit to Coron’s famous cashew factory, with L. Escarda’s Coron Harvest claiming the most popular title. Freshly roasted cashew nuts, locally grown and rain-fed, are yours for the taking — munch on them along the way or buy in packs as pasalubong (Filipino term for “souvenir”) for your loved ones. From here, you will visit the St. Augustine Church. It is over 100 years old and is located at the heart of the town.  You will then head to Lualhati Park, Coron town’s very own baywalk. Take a stroll and bask in the sweeping views of the islands dotting the waters, and make sure to catch a glimpse of the “Sleeping Giant”, a unique mountain formation of a sleeping man seen from a certain angle in the park. And what’s a holiday without souvenirs! Just a few blocks away from Lualhati Park is Coron Souvenir Shop, where you can shop ‘til you drop with items ranging from shirts, scarves, wood carvings, and pearl earrings.  Soak in the mesmerizing sights and slices of Coron culture and life with this day tour around town! Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
3 hours
Available:
All year
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Coron Calauit Safari, Busuanga Town, Malbato Church, Ocam Ocam Beach Day Tour

A safari adventure and beach bliss in one tour? Strange as it may seem but it is definitely possible with this Coron day tour! Unlimited surprises await you with this exciting tour across some of Busuanga Island’s most interesting sights! Along with other guests on this shared tour, you will be picked up from your hotel within Coron town. From here, you will make your way inland to a safari park. Yes, you read that right! This tropical gem of an island has zebras and giraffes roaming around! Sprawling some 3800 hectares, the Calauit Safari Park was established in 1976 and these mammals sailed all the way from Kenya to be taken and nurtured here. Today, the park also takes care of Calamian deer, which is endemic to Palawan; some Philippine crocodiles; and pythons. From a trip to the savanna, you will have the time to explore the Busuanga Town Proper. Although this is where the airport is situated, it is the neighboring municipality Coron that gets the limelight as it is the gateway to the more popular island and beach attractions. Expect Busuanga Town to be sleepy and serene, with local restaurants and markets as the only centers of buzz, but you can also find Gochi Waterfalls here and other remote islands and rarely-explored beaches. Next on the itinerary is Malbato Church which is already in Coron town. This interesting chapel made of stones and sea shells is perched atop a hill that offers breathtaking scenery of Coron. Lastly, you will make your way to Ocam Ocam Beach. Not as popular as its other Coron counterparts, this beach is quaint, basic, and laid back but still packs its own charm with its golden sand and coconut trees lining up the shore. It is also an ideal spot to spend a quiet but lovely sunset session. From safari to sea, this tour around Busuanga and Coron town will definitely delight and surprise the wanderer in you! Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
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Coron Calauit Safari, Busuanga Town, Malbato Church, Northcay/Black Island Day Tour

If you are looking for an ultimate getaway that is ridge-to-reef and safari-to-sea style, then look no more and book this shared day tour across Busuanga and Coron! Unlimited surprises await you from above land and underwater in this amazing tropical destination! You will be picked up from your hotel or accommodation within Coron town, along with other guests on the tour, and your first stop will be the Calauit Safari Park. Yes, there is a safari adventure in this tropical island! Calauit Safari Park was established in 1976 as a way of assisting conservation efforts at that time. Zebras and giraffes, sailed all the way from Kenya, have made this 3700-hectare land in Palawan their new home, along with several endemic Calamian deers, Philippine crocodiles, pythons, and wild boars.  From here, you will be taken around the town proper of Busuanga. The airport that serves as gateway to the popular attractions in Coron is situated here, however, it does not get the same limelight as Coron. So the town will feel more sleepy and laid back, but exploring it gives you the serenity you are looking for a holiday getaway. Stroll around Busuanga’s markets and cafes and get surprised with some remote but equally lovely beaches along its coastlines. From here, you will pay a visit to Malbato Church, a small chapel atop a hill characterized by its facade made up of stones and seashells. You will also be treated with mesmerizing views of lush greenery while on top of the hill. This Coron-Busuanga tour will not be complete without a visit to one of its many idyllic islands. Last stop is the North Cay Island, famed for its blindingly white, powdery sand beach. Underneath its emerald waters is a treasure trove of abundant marine life, perfect for snorkeling. Another option for this tour is a visit to the Black Island. But contrary to its name, this slice of paradise features fine, white sand with turquoise waters. Its name might be an ode to its dark and dramatic limestone walls with majestic cave openings just waiting to be explored.  Surprise yourself with this Coron-Busuanga island tour that takes you up close with zebras and down to lionfishes all in one day! Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
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Dumaguete’s Top Tourist Spot I Half-Day Sightseeing with Transfer

Discover the beautiful sceneries and historic places Dumaguete City has to offer on this half-day sightseeing tour.  This trip is perfect for travelers who want to make the most out of their time in Dumaguete. Dubbed as the City of Gentle People, Dumaguete City boasts not only a  welcoming atmosphere but also cultural attractions that will fascinate and satisfy your wanderlust. Book this tour and fall in love with Dumaguete City’s rich cultural heritage and warm local vibe. You will be picked up from your accommodation in Dumaguete. Enjoy the convenience of a private transfer, as well as the company of your local guide. Pay attention as your guide runs you through your itinerary and tells you the history of the sites you will be visiting. Your first destination is the oldest American-established university in Asia, Silliman University. The tour guide will take you to the historic spots inside the campus, including Silliman Hall, Silliman University Library, and the Katipunan Hall. From Silliman, you will head to Rizal Boulevard where you can appreciate the beautiful views of the bay. You will be given time to take photos or just stroll around the boulevard. Enjoy the sea breeze and savor the sound of the waves splashing on the shore. You will also visit St. Catherine of Alexandria Church. Also known as the Dumaguete Cathedral, the church showcases the spirituality and deep devotion of the Filipinos. You will also visit the city’s public market. Take this opportunity to buy treats you can take home for your friends and family.   From there, you can proceed to the Capitol. Observe the locals and immerse in the vibrant culture of Dumaguete City. You may also opt to have a side trip either to Bacong or Valencia. When the tour ends, you will be dropped off at your accommodation in the city. A complimentary meal will be offered to you on this tour: lunch for the morning trip and dinner for the afternoon tour. Join this trip and appreciate the history and culture of Dumaguete. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5 hours
Available:
All year
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Puerto Princesa Underground River and City Tour with Transfers

Experience the best of what the City of Puerto Princesa has to offer with this day tour packed with adventure and sightseeing. Taking you on a cruise down the Underground River and a ride around the city’s iconic landmarks, this one-day package is best suited for visitors of all ages, especially those who want to maximize their limited time in the city. Your tour will start once you are picked up by the air-conditioned vehicle within Puerto Princesa. From there, you will travel straight to the town of Sabang, the home of Puerto Princesa Underground River. Named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the 22,200-hectare Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park has also been named as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature back in 2011.  Once you reach Sabang, you will head to the port, where a boat will be waiting for you. Don your life jackets and prepare your gear as you make your way to the entrance of the Underground River. Upon arrival at the entrance, you will then be transferred to a smaller vessel that will take you on a scenic cruise inside. Marvel at the cave’s jaw-dropping rock formations, including the stalactites and stalagmites shaped as Pegasus, dinosaurs, vegetables, and a face of Jesus. You can also listen to your audio commentary for more information about the attraction. Thousands of bats and swallows can be spotted inside as well. The cruise will take roughly 45 minutes. Afterward, you will be taken back to the port of Sabang and make your way to the city proper.  As soon as you get back to the city, you will be taking a break to eat lunch. Once you’ve had your hearty meal, you will head to Mitra’s Ranch, a view deck located on one of the highest points in the city. The spot is perfect for relaxing and viewing the surrounding landscape. From there, you will be taken to Baker’s Hill to buy some baked goodies before heading over to the Crocodile Farm to get close up photos with the resident crocs. You will also drop by the Baywalk and the Plaza Cuartel before making your way back to your accommodation.   Go on a jam-packed adventure with this exciting excursion around the City of Puerto Princesa. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
12 hours
Available:
All year
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Discover what makes each city in the Philippines special. Join a knowledge-filled tour and learn about the stories behind every historical landmark and famous tourist spots.

1. Where are the best city tours in the Philippines?

Manila, Baguio, Cebu and Iloilo are among the most popular cities to tour in the Philippines. However, if you want a different experience, smaller provinces such as Tacloban, Antique, and Capiz are also equally exciting with new attractions to explore. 

2. How long does a city tour last?

City tours can go from 3 hours to as long as 12 hours. Most city tours run at 4 hours but it really depends on the number of stops and attractions to visit.

3. Do Philippine city tours include food and drinks?

Some city tours include lunch or snacks and drinks in the package. Some would even bring you to local restaurants to taste authentic Filipino food as part of the tour. Be sure to check the description and inclusions of your tour before booking.

4. Will there be tours during rainy or bad weather?

Since most of the city tours are land-based, it will most likely proceed unless there is a storm in the area. Make sure to stay in contact with your tour operator for updates.

5. Are major tourist attractions included in Philippine city tours?

Yes, you will have ample time to visit famous tourist spots as it is part of the itinerary in a city tour.

6. Do city tours come with a tour guide?

Yes, city tours have English-speaking tour guides.

7. What languages are used in city tours?

All guides speak English but you can also talk to them in Filipino, a widely used language in all islands of the Philippines.

8. Do Philippine city tours provide transportation?

Transportation from one tourist spot to another are provided for some tours. Make sure to check the description of your chosen tour before booking.

9. Will the tour end where it started?

Tours that have free pickup will drop you off at your respective hotels. Otherwise, you’ll be taken back to your meet-up point where you will part ways.