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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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Albay Day Tour with Lunch

Explore the sights and witness Bicolano artistry at its finest. Discover where locally made handicrafts are created, and make a wish inside centuries-old churches. In this whole day tour of Albay, your trip revolves around the famous cone-shaped Mayon Volcano, covering Legazpi city and nearby municipalities. Your first stop is the Bicol Hero’s Trylon. The 16-meter high Trylon commemorates Filipino revolutionaries bravery against American soldiers during the war in 1900. Next on the itinerary is the Provincial Capitol of Albay as well as Daraga Church, a national treasure known for its intricate Baroque architecture and volcanic stone facade. Don’t forget to have a group photo at the famous Cagsawa Ruins, which features what remains of the church when it was buried in lava during the 1814 Mt. Mayon eruption. Next stop is some souvenir shopping at Satellite Market. Perfect for finding indigenous Bicolano items, and the Embarcadero, where you can explore various establishments at the premier waterfront property. You’ll then visit a few more places with hillside views of Mayon Volcano. There’s Kapuntuakan Hill, also known as the Sleeping Lion Hill. Next is the 156-meter high Lignon Hill, which offers other exciting activities such as zip line riding, and ATV riding.  Another panoramic view of the volcano can be seen from the Mayon Vista Lodge, on top of its 2,500 ft. slope. Then you’re off to Tiwi, home to the Philippine Geothermal as well as the Philippine Ceramics, where you’ll see locally made pottery products called coron.  After that, you’ll be going to the San Juan Bautista church, known for its impressive belfry and Masonic markings. Bring home some Tabak, or steel cutlery made by highly skilled artisans in the town of Tabaco. More handcrafted goodies await you at a handmade paper factory, made of strong indigenous materials like abaca.  Last stop is in Sto. Domingo, home of the Sarungbanggi festival which pays tribute to the timeless love song and its composer, Potenciano V. Gregorio. You’ll also visit the Sto. Domingo church which was built in 1820.  Don’t miss this chance visit Legazpi City’s tourist spots in the comfort of your own air-conditioned van and tourist guide. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
12hours
Available:
All year
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Legazpi City Tour

Catch a glimpse of Legazpi City’s rich cultural past with a short tour that explores the city’s important landmarks and historical sites. In just 3-5 hours, you’ll visit a centuries-old Baroque church. A monument that commemorates Filipino soldier’s bravery, and take pictures of the fabled Mayon Volcano on top of not just one, but two hillside viewpoints. Your tour will start once you’re picked up by an air-conditioned van from your hotel. You’ll head straight to one of the most significant monuments in the city’s history, the Bicol Heroes Trylon. Constructed in1965, the 16-meter high Trylon was built on the spot where 800 Filipino revolutionaries laid down their lives and engaged in hand to hand combat against the better equipped American soldiers in 1900.  Next, you’ll visit the provincial capital of Albay, which has the distinction of having lost and regained its status as a city not just once, but thrice under various Presidential Decrees. Immerse yourself in the city’s Spanish colonial past with your next stop, the Daraga Church, a national treasure known for its intricate Baroque architecture and volcanic stone facade. Put on your walking shoes and prepare your wallets to go shopping at the Satellite Market. Here you’ll find a wide selection of local products such as native bags, abaca rugs, decorative handmade paper, and pili nut confections. Afterwards head on over to Embarcadero de Legazpi, a premier waterfront property with restaurants, hotels, and other establishments you can explore. You’ll also visit two more places with hillside views of Mayon Volcano: Kapuntuakan Hill. Also known as the Sleeping Lion Hill, and the 156-meter high Lignon Hill, where other exciting activities are offered such as zipline riding, rappelling, airsoft, and ATV riding.  Don’t miss this chance visit Legazpi City’s tourist spots in the comfort of your own air-conditioned van and tourist guide. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
All year
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Davao City Sightseeing | Getaway in the South

Explore the romantic beauty of the crown jewel of the south with this sightseeing tour on the gorgeous coastal land of Davao. This is a splendid tour opportunity for visitors who want to explore the entirety of the city in one day. To begin your trip, safe and convenient transportation will pick you up at your hotel, then take you to Magsaysay Park, where the Kadayawan village is located. Here, you will see the homes of eleven indigenous tribes and Moro groups. You will notice that each of the houses stands out with their unique and different architectural style. Afterward, you will have a rolling tour of Davao Chinatown. It is the only one of its kind in the city, where you will find a lot of business establishments, including restaurants, banks, as well as themed malls and shopping centers. The tour van will take you next to San Pedro Cathedral. It is the city's oldest church and premiere historical landmark. The structure's highlights are the initial carvings of the statues of different saints that have been well-kept. From the church, you will make your way to the Peace Pact Monument. It is a significant fixture in Davao symbolizing the unity between the indigenous people and migrants of the city. Just a walking distance from the church is the D'bone Collector Museum which houses more than 700 specimens, including skulls, bones, and skeletons. Before continuing with the tour, you will first be served lunch in a local restaurant. Once you're ready to go, you will travel straight to Lon Wa Buddhist Temple, which is amongst the biggest temple in Mindanao and the country. Following this is a quick drop off at Cheeses Artisan, aka Malagos Farmhouse, that is famous for its best handmade cheese. You will then pass by Cacao City Center, a one-stop-shop that is sure to satisfy your cravings for chocolate. Your last stop will be at the Pasalubong Center. Get to know Davao City's pride on this marvelous sightseeing tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
All year
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Zamboanga Historical Day Tour | Free Hotel Pick-Up and Drop-Off

Discover Zamboanga City’s historical landmarks and tourists spots when you join this day tour. If you love visiting places with stories to tell and appreciative with history, this tour is for you. Your tour will begin as your air-conditioned transfer picks you up from your accommodation as you head to your first stop, Pasonanca Freedom Park. The first destination gives you a refreshing ambiance with the touch of nature with the trees and different plants scattered all over the place. A few walks from the park will lead you to the Boy Scout Camp where you can see wigwams built to honor of the boy scouts that died during a plane crash in 1963. The tents are being used by the boy scouts in the country when they are camping in the province. From there, you will proceed to visit the city’s Heritage Zone starting with Zamboanga City Hall, where you can see the Filipino-Colonial touch on building’s architecture. You will then have a short stop at the Plaza Pershing and Pettit Barracks for a photo opportunity and hear from your guide the history of these buildings dating back the American Occupation. Your next destination is R.T Lim Boulevard, a perfect place to relax and enjoy the view of the clear waters of the sea. You can walk around the place and find a good place to sit to relax. Afterward, you will make a stop to the souvenir center in the city, you will also get to learn the weaving practice of locals from Yakan Village and avail some of their hand-weaved items for sale. Lastly, you will visit Canelar Barter trade to score some of the locally made souvenirs that will serve as your keepsake from the tour. Afterward, someone will drop you off at your hotel. Get to see Zamboanga City as an important historical site and learn more about the province’s history when you book this day tour. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Zamboanga Half Day City Tour | Free Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off

Come along and get to see exciting views and historical sites as you join this half-day city tour in Zamboanga City. This tour is perfect for any travelers who are interested to learn more about the province’s history and learn more about their city life. This tour has an option whether you start your tour early morning or in the afternoon and it usually starts when your transfer picks you up from your hotel. Air-conditioned transfers are included in this trip so you wouldn’t feel much of the sun’s heat while on your way to your first destination, Pasonanca Park. Pasonanca Park has been considered as the Little Baguio of the south due to its rich blooming variety of flora and fauna, upon arriving, you will get to see trees that gives the park fresh air to its visitors. You can enjoy walking around at the park and pose for photos, or find a good place where you can sit for a short time. A few walks inside the park, you’ll get to see the different treehouses and teepee tents from the Boy Scout Camp that was built to commemorate the tragic passing of the Philippine delegates from a plane crash in 1963.  Afterward, you will proceed to the Heritage zone in which you will take a short stop at the Zamboanga City Hall and get to appreciate the building’s Filipino colonial architectural design. You will have a quick stop at the Plaza Pershing and Pettit Barracks that was used when the Americans occupied the country. Head next to Fort Pilar museum where you can find the different artifacts of the Mindanao culture and get to see a perfect example of a Badjao houseboat, and get to learn about their daily living. Capping off your tour is a stop at Paseo del Mar wherein you get to have enough time to walk around the park and appreciate its view before your transfer takes you back at your hotel. Discover some of Zamboanga’s beautiful and cultural sites even with a short time to spare when you book this half-day tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
4hours
Available:
All year
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Zamboanga Heritage Walking Tour | Free Hotel Pick-Up and Drop-Off

Discover the Heritage Zone of Zamboanga City for a short time when you join this walking tour. If you are looking for a short activity and interested to visit some of Zamboanga’s historical sites, this tour is perfect for you. Upon picking you up from your hotel, the tour will start as you head to your first stop, the Zamboanga City Hall. The city hall is the seat of Zamboanga City’s local government, and you can appreciate the building’s structure as it has been considered as a historical site due to its Filipino-Colonial architectural design. Head next to Plaza Pershing a small park that was touched by the history and was named from one of the Americans who occupied the Philippines, John Pershing. Strike a pose to one of the perfect spots in the park before proceeding to your next destination. Proceed to Pettit Barracks, the military base turned over by the Spaniards when the Americans took over the country. You can learn from your guide the different use of this place. Enjoy a short walk around the area and feel free to take photos t your heart’s content. After, you will visit Fort Pilar Shrine and Museum where you can see the different artifacts and interesting pieces that was used by the people from the past and present in Mindanao. You can also see a perfect example of a Badjao houseboat, now, it is still being used by the Badjao until today. Capping off your tour is a visit to Paseo Del Mar, one of the main parks in the province. Enjoy yourself a short detour of the park, sit by the shade, enjoy taking photos, and if lucky, you may also get the chance to see Vinta boats sailing around the park. Afterward, someone will drop you off at your hotel. Learn about Zamboanga City’s history even if you have a tight schedule when you book this 1-hour trip. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
60minutes
Available:
All year
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Puerto Galera Half-Day Tour | Inland Adventure

Hop on board this off-the-beaten-path guided excursion around Puerto Galera, as you explore the town’s most notable attractions in just half a day. Combining the beauty of nature with history, this tour is an excellent option for those visitors wanting to check out the natural spots of the place, at the same time, hear some stories of the past. The tour vehicle will pick you up from your accommodation in White Beach. From there, you will be driven down to Tamaraw Falls. This twin waterfall is approximately three stories high and faces the mountainside, giving you a scenic vista of the forest. You are free to chill out at the bridge and capture shots. Feel free to rent the facilities in the area as well. Next in your itinerary is the Mangyan Village. This site is home to a handful of houses made of wood, nipa and cogon materials. Here, you will meet the indigenous Mangyan people and their different sorts of products like native plates, baskets, and placemats, among others. Afterward, you will proceed to the Mangrove conservation in the area where a quick lesson of the mangrove importance awaits you. You will later head to the Eco-Tourism Park and enjoy the refreshing view of the lush forest and sea. About 15 minutes from the park is the History Cannon, which was used to defend the area from Muslim pirates. You will stroll around the area first before heading to the Replica of Spanish Galleon. At the site, you will find a mini replica of the Spaniard’s ship, the San Miguel. You will then make your way to an overlooking view deck. Here you can feast your eyes on the panoramic view of the Isla Verde of Batangas and the entire Puerto Galera. You will also stop by Muelle Bay before heading to another overlooking deck and dropping by White Beach. The last stop will be at Aplayang Munti. Come along on a leisurely journey around Puerto Galera and see the town’s magnificent sights. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
All year
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Leisure and Farm Tour | Relaxing Escape in Cavite

See Cavite’s natural and unspoiled beauty in this relaxing trip around the province’s green countryside. This budget-friendly tour will take you to local farms and sites where you can enjoy the bountiful produce and culture of the Cavitenos. This is a must-book trip for the laid-back type of backpackers seeking refuge away from the bustling city scenes. Your excursion starts early in the morning with a van ride from Mall of Asia to Mendez, Cavite. Upon arrival at the town, you will head straight to the biggest hydroponics farm in the CALABARZON region, Yoki’s Farm. Inside the 10-hectare area, you will find a museum, orchidarium, and a zoo. You will also drop by the Gorgeous Farm, where you can pick fresh vegetables with additional charges. After exploring the wide farm site, you will be served some sumptuous local cuisines at the nearby restaurant. Once you have your energy back up, you will continue your adventure, starting with a running tour around Sky Ranch Park, where you can feast your eyes on the magnificent view of the famous Taal Volcano. Next, you will have a look at the extensive collection of jigsaw puzzles displayed at the Puzzle Mansion in Tagaytay City. Inside, you can see classic paintings, landscapes, religious scenes, and beautiful art pieces such as Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and Van Gogh’s Starry Night. There are also 3D, and 4D artworks found here. Your group will then head to the Picnic Grove, where the cold weather and stunning, panoramic view of Taal Volcano and its lake await you. There are built-in cottages around the place and a vast green area where you can sit back and relax. You can also try the horseback riding and zipline activities offered at the grove. On your way back to Manila, you will have a quick stop at Amira’s or Good Shepherd to buy some pasalubong. Spend a carefree day with the green and peaceful side of Cavite on this one-day province adventure. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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City Day Tour | A Whole Around Cavite’s Leisure and Culture Sites

Marvel at the colorful culture and stunning sites of the countryside of Cavite. Combining the province’s culture with fascinating structures, this budget-friendly trip is sure to appeal to those who want to indulge in the Caviteños’ way of life. Also, it will have a laid-back time away from the big city. The tour van will pick you up at Mall of Asia in Pasay City and take you to the town of Kawit, Cavite, where you will stop by the Aguinaldo Shrine and Museum. At the site, you will find the residence of the First Philippine President, Emilio Aguinaldo. The building itself is a museum that stores the massive collection of memorabilia and historical relics open for the public to see. Next on your itinerary is the Silang Church, also referred to as Our Lady of Candelaria Parish Church. It is considered as the oldest existing structure that flaunts baroque architecture in the province. Here, you will spot 17th-century retables that highlight indigenous and local elements, as well as a multi-leveled wooden altar and a carved wooden platform that houses religious images. After exploring the church, you will have a quick stop-over at one of the local restaurants in the area for your sumptuous lunch. Then you will proceed with the rest of the tour, starting with a visit to Cornerstone Pottery Farm. There is a handful of world-class handmade stoneware pottery for homes, cafes, restaurants, and spas displayed here. You can even see the potter at work here as well. You will be taken to the Pink Sisters Monastery afterward. The monastery lives up to its name as the site is full of nuns in pink clothing. Feel free to offer your donations and prayers at the monastery as well. Your last stop will be at either Skyranch Park or Paradizzo Residence Inn. You can opt to enter the sites at your account, but you are free to take plenty of photos outside these attractions. On your way back to Manila, you will have a quick stop at the Good Shepherd to buy pasalubong. Spend a stress-free day with your family and friends in Cavite on this educational tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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City Day Tour | Around Cavite’s Historical and Recreational Sites

Explore the Cavite countryside and learn something new with this one-day tour packed with history and leisure. With the right balance of iconic sites and must-visit attractions, this affordable trip is sure to please history buffs and laid-back type of travelers who want a quick dive to the past while enjoying the beautiful scenery. The pick-up point for this tour will be at Mall of Asia in Pasay City. From there, you will travel via an air-conditioned and cozy van that will take you directly to the Aguinaldo Shrine located in Kawit, Cavite. Here, you will see the ancestral home of then-President Emilio Aguinaldo, which preserves an extensive collection of memorabilia inside. Your group will then be going to Dasmariñas to check out Museo De La Salle. In the museum, you will notice a massive set of collectible objects that represent the 19th-century Philippine lifestyle. After exploring the museum, you will head to the Pink Sisters Convent, where you can offer your prayers and donations before you stop-over for a sumptuous lunch at a local restaurant. Once you’re ready to go, you will be taken to the Ginger Bread House, a cafe in the town of Alfonso. The café is tucked inside a mini forest, giving it a peaceful and romantic vibe. Make sure to try the vast array of pastries, soup, salad, pasta, and burgers offered in the café. After that sweet stop, you will proceed to Reptiland and Paradizoo Residence Inn. Feel free to take photos of the site. You can also opt to go inside for an additional fee. Afterward, you will treat yourself to a magnificent view of the famous Taal Volcano at the Picnic Grove. Before heading back to Manila, you will have a quick stop at the Good Shepherd to buy some pasalubong. Spend a whole day seeing the remarkable countryside that is Cavite on this jam-packed tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Kasiyahan at Kalayaan Package | Historic and Scenic Tour

Enjoy Cavite’s most iconic attractions in just one day with this guided budget-friendly tour. This trip is perfect for travelers looking for a mixed adventure of history and recreation, as well as those who want to make the most of their stay in Cavite. Early in the morning, your group will gather at Mall of Asia where an air-conditioned van will pick you up and directly take you to Kawit, Cavite. In the town, you will make a stop at Aguinaldo Shrine and Museum. You’ll get the chance to see the former Philippine president’s collection of memorabilia, antique furniture, and more preserved in the house-turned-museum. You will then head next to Imus to see the site of the Battle of Alapan. A 104-feet tall flagpole with the Philippine flag on top stands at the site, along with a statue of a woman right beside it. After exploring the battle site for a few minutes, you will be taken to the town of Rosario to check out the Casa Hacienda. It is where Magdiwang and Magdalo factions held an assembly in 1897, the so called Tejeros Convention. You will have a short break to take your lunch; then, you will continue your tour afterward. The next half of the trip starts with a visit to Sta. Cruz Parish. Beside the church is a museum, where you will find antique displays and life-size statues, among others. You will later stop by Calle Real in Tanza, a restaurant that serves delicious local dishes. You will also see more historical pieces at the Puzzle Mansion, a museum housing a collection of jigsaw puzzles that is considered the biggest in the world. Then, you will make your way to the Picnic Grove, where the beauty of Taal Volcano awaits you. For your last two stops, you will drop by the Good Shepherd to buy some pasalubong before you go for a quick running tour at the Sky Ranch Park. Afterward, you will head back to your accommodation in Manila. Come along on a historical adventure in Cavite with this one-day jam-packed tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Kalayaan Trail | Educational Trip in Cavite

Immerse yourself in a historical adventure and delve deeper into the Philippine history on this well-curated tour in the Cavite countryside. With the combination of stories and significant sites, this package should appeal to history buff and curious types of backpackers wanting to explore the historical side of the province. The pick-up place for this trip is at the Mall of Asia. From there, you will travel aboard an air-conditioned van to the first Malacañang Palace for a quick running tour. After exploring the area, you will then head to Aguinaldo Shrine and Museum in Kawit, Cavite. The building is home to the memorabilia of the late Philippine President Emilio Aguinaldo. Your next destination is also in Kawit – The Mary Magdalene Church. It is one of the oldest churches in the Philippines, where you will find three gold-and-white retablos and a life-sized statue of St. Mary Magdalene. After your church stopover, you will head to a local restaurant for your lunch. The second part of your tour then kicks off with a stop at Casa Hacienda, where the Tejeros Convention took place in 1897. The Tejeros Convention was the meeting when the new leaders of the revolution were elected. Next in your itinerary is the Sta. Cruz Parish, where Aguinaldo secretly took an oath. Beside the church is a museum where you can see antique displays and sculptures dating back to over a century ago. Afterward, you will drop by the Andres Bonifacio Trial House in Maragondon. Here you can take pictures of the diorama of the trial court and some Katipunan-related paintings, among others. Also found in the town is the Our Lady of the Assumption Parish Church. This church features a huge door with carved designs, three retablos, and others. Your last stop is at The Bonifacio Shrine, where Andres Bonifacio and his brother Procopio were executed. You will spot here bronze sculptures that spell “KKK” and “Bayani.” Spend a day in Cavite checking out the historic places that tell the story of the Philippine revolution on this educational trip. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Benguet Day Tour | Tuba and La Trinidad’s Culture and Arts

Embark on this off-the-beaten-path trip and discover the hidden gems of Benguet. This tour is perfect for those wanting to explore every corner of the province while learning new things about the culture and arts of the locals. The tour van will pick you up from your hotel and drive you to Tuba, Benguet to visit the famous BenCab Museum. It is a four-level structure that houses the national artist, Ben Cabrera’s artworks, to whom the building got its name. The museum also features exhibits of contemporary artists of Manila. BenCab Museum, apart from sheltering the artist’s masterpieces, also serves as Cabrera’s residence and his workplace as well. In the first floor of the museum, you will see the Philippine Bamboo Art in the Sepia Galleria that displays the wood carved works of the winners of the 1st Philippine Bamboo Carving Competition. From Tuba, you will then be transferred to La Trinidad to visit Mount Costa Lamtang. Mount Costa, a six-hectare garden concealed among towering pine trees, is named in recognition of the advocates’ ancestors, Col. Voltaire and Cleotilde Acosta. Here, you can enjoy the greeneries and the serene atmosphere of the surroundings. Appreciate the colorful scenery of the 24 gardens in the area, all of which were inspired by the best gardens in the world. The last stops in your itinerary are the STOBOSA and Bell Tower located in La Trinidad. Stobosa is made up of three sitios situated along the hills – Botiw-tiw, Stonehill, and Sadjap. The site features row upon rows of colorful houses that form an enormous sunflower mural. The Bell Tower or Bell Church, on the other hand, is a Taoist Temple that reflects the cultural and spiritual lives of the Filipino-Chinese community in Baguio. Before heading home, you will first have your lunch at a local restaurant. Be amazed at the province’s excellent works of art and magnificent landscapes on this whole day adventure. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Albay Provincial Tour | Jam-packed, One-Day Excursion

Discover the sights, heritage, and culture of the Albay Province. This tour will take you to great view points, a chance to discover and experience a touch of local industries, and visits to historical sites. You will start your tour with a visit to Mayon Skyline. Transportation will come to pick you up at your accommodation and take you to the site. Situated on the eastern slope of Mt. Mayon, the Mayon Skyline will reward you with a breathtaking sight of this perfect cone. Aside from the volcano, you can also see the sweeping view of the Pacific Ocean, towns, villages, lakes, and mountains. Tabaco town will be your second stopover. Here, you will check out the Tabaco Church – a structure built out of dark volcanic soil and stones. The Tabac Makers who make knives of all kinds and sizes, and the ‘Bahay na Bato,’ which is the ancestral house of Angela Manalang-Gloria (a Filipina poet). Afterward, you will head to the municipality of Bacacay, where you will pay a visit to Casa Simeon Heritage House. Built in 1920, it is a grand home where you will see a combination of classic and modern designs, as well as hotel-like amenities. Next is the Bacacay Church, also called as Saint Rose of Lima Parish. Erected in 1660, it has thick walls made of volcanic rocks. You will then make your way to Ligñon Hill Nature Park that will give you an incredible view of Mayon Volcano. Then proceed to the Japanese Tunnel that will take you back to the World War II era. Also included in your itinerary are the iconic Cagsawa Ruins and Daraga Church.  Book now and secure a whole day in the paradise destination of the Bicol Region. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
9hours
Available:
All year
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Bataan Heritage Tour | Historical Trip Around the Province

Admire the Philippine-Spanish heritage on this guided tour that will bring you back to the past. Those looking for an adventure that offers an exciting trip around Bataan’s picturesque historical structures must reserve a spot on this budget-friendly package. An expert guide and driver will pick you up in the morning at your accommodation in Pampanga/Subic Bay. You will then travel south until you reach Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. It is a 400-hectare land that houses a collection of the Philippine’s most preserved Spanish houses. As soon as you arrive at the site, you will go on a quick walking tour around Las Casas. There are over 20 old mansions in the area that go way back to the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. Each house comes from various provinces of the country, some of which are only replicas, but most are originals. Aside from walking, you will also go on a river cruise aboard a raft that will also give you a stunning vista of the casas and the brick walls and bridges. To better experience the life in the Philippines during the Spanish colonial era, you will go on a 20-minute “kalesa” ride around the area. This was the primary mode of transportation during this era. Afterward, your lunch will be served at one of the restaurants in the vicinity. As soon as you finish eating, your guide will take you to Mt. Samat. It is a historical shrine near a summit where you will find a huge cross and plenty of memorabilia from WWII and the Battle of Bataan. The site also guarantees a panoramic view of the whole Bataan province. The pasalubong center will be your last stop for the day before heading back to your hotel. Come along on a one-day tour where you can learn more about the Philippines’ history. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Tagaytay Ridge Tour | Bamboo Organ & Sightseeing of Taal Lake

Have a trip down south to one of the most famous day trip destination near the metro. Considered as the most scenic city, Tagaytay offers an impressive view of Lake Taal and Taal Volcano from a mountain top of approximately 670 meters above sea level. Start the day early and depart from your hotel of choice in Manila. The trip will give you a quick visit to one of the country’s National Treasure, the historic 200-year-old bamboo organ housed at the St. Joseph Parish Church in Las Piñas.  This unique musical instrument is originally made out of 1,031 bamboo pipes that have survived since the 19th century and is still functioning. Have a dose of history as you record important events about this outstanding artifact in the Philippines. Proceed to the highlight of the trip and continue to delight your senses. The serenity of the cooler climate of Tagaytay as you head to the highest point of the province. Be mesmerized by the breathtaking, unobstructed panoramic view of the famous Taal Volcano’s natural beauty. Make sure to take lots of pictures as you encounter the Shrine of Our Lady, Mother of Fair, and a Doppler Radar station of the country’s local weather group.  Opt to explore more of this renowned tourist spot with the help of an English-speaking guide and ask to stop by on Picnic Grove, Skyranch, and local markets, as this place is also home to vast green fields and beautiful farmlands, to bring home some fresh local produce. Take a break from sight-seeing activities and dazzle your taste buds with the destination’s sophisticated culinary offerings. Explore gastronomical delights with a wide selection of most loved restaurants around the city that serves the famous, must-try Bulalo, ideal for its cold climate, and more of a satisfying dishes you can enjoy with a scenic view. Book your trip and be overwhelmed by this perfect place and great dining experience! Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
10hours
Available:
All year
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Full-Day Manila Bargain Shopping Guided Tour with Transfers

Shop until you drop in Manila! This is perfect for those wanting to spend a day buying souvenirs and other things that represent the Philippine culture.  Your driver will pick you up at your hotel or accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City. Listen to your guide as he or she discuss the safety regulations of the tour. You can choose to explore SM Mall of Asia and Divisoria, or SM Megamall and Greenhills Mall.  The largest shopping center in the Philippines is the SM Mall in Asia. The Main Mall, Entertainment Mall and North and South Parking Houses are four connected buildings. This mall comprises branches in many of the SM Supermalls from all the standard anchor shops. Right outside the mall's supermarket is the sprawling SM Hypermarket, Taste Asia's first-ever branch, one of the SM Supermalls ' food brands. Divisoria is a shopping center located in Tondo, Manila. The Philippines is known for the shops selling low-priced goods and their various productive activities. SM Megamall is the Philippines ' second largest commercial mall. The center consists of two main structures. Building A consists of the third floor's 12 digital cinemas, food courtyard and Toy Kingdom in the basement of the house. Construction B consists of the SM Department Store, Cyberspace in the fourth floor, The Mega Trade Hall in the fifth floor of the building. They have a building C, and the Mega Fashion Hall, a 16-hectare shopping mall in San Juan, Philippines, which is a shopping mall in D.Greenhills, rebranded as a Greenhills Mall. It has more than two thousand shops.  Get ready to show your shopping bags to your friends and family back home! Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
7hours
Available:
All year
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Highlights of Old and New Manila Guided Tour

See the old and new in this city tour in Manila. This is ideal for those wanting to learn about the history of the city and how it blends with the modern culture now.  Your driver will pick you up at your hotel or accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City. Afterwards, you’ll be brought to your first destination, Nielson’s Tower. Over the years, the Nielson Tower has been used as a police station, an Ayala company office and a restaurant. In 2013, the library eventually moved to its existing residence in the Ayala Museum. A year later, Nielson Tower reopened the fine dining and event venue, The Blackbird at Nielson Tower.  Next is the American Cemetery and War Memorial. The Cemetery is an ode to the soldiers who died in the Philippines, New Guinea and the Pacific. Then, you're going to go to Rizal Park. The paradise of green spaces in the midst of Manila's hustle and bustle is also known as Luneta. Here you can see people walking, family members having picnics, courting couples, girls who play chess, joggers and tai-chi practitioners early in the morning. Sunday concerts are free of charge.  Then you will visit Intramuros ' historic walled town and its tourist places, including the San Agustine Church, the Baluarte de San Diego and Fort Santiago. The Spanish occupation, which was originally designed as the residence of Spanish government officials and their family, was initially carried out by Intramuros. Then, take a rolling tour to Makati, Manila Bay and the CCP. Your guide will tell you about useful insights about those places and why it’s relevant to the locals as of today.  Seize this moment of learning about Manila’s history by joining this enriching tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
6hours
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All year
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Guided Manila Instagram Tour: 3 Cities in 1 Day

Take gorgeous photos for your Instagram feed by joining this Manila Instagram tour! This is perfect for millennials and photo enthusiasts wanting to feature beautiful places of the city with their friends and family.  You’ll be picked up at your meet up place in Manila. After getting briefed by the tour guide on the different regulations of the sites, you’ll proceed to your first destination — Ayala Triangle Gardens. This is the ideal place for people who want to relax, relax and get in touch with nature from the daily business. Then you're going to BGC Street and Murals. Street art or public art is a major component of urban culture. In contrast with arts in the museums, this kind of media set on the streets, walking paths and buildings enhances the public's access. Next is the Venice Grand Canal of Venice in Taguig City. It is developed by the Megaworld Corporation but owned by Mckinley and was opened during late 2015. It is a small Venice replica and offers gondola rides. After, you will then go to Intramuros for a heritage tour. Intramuros is the historic center of the Philippines and is the oldest district in Manila. It is full of Philippine cultural churches, past war landmarks, and many worth visiting eateries, hotels and art galleries.  Intramuros is a Latin word implying' inside the walls' and the area outside the walls is known as extramuros. It is where the most prominent and rich people of Manila lived in the Spanish colonial period. You will explore the great cultural walls and visit different destinations such as Fort Santiago, Baluarte de San Diego, and the Church of San Agustin.  Keep up with the trend while learning the culture of the city by joining this tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
5hours
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All year
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Corregidor Tour | With Guide and Transfers

Learn about the history and culture by joining this amazing Corregidor tour. This is perfect for those wanting to see a glimpse of the historical past of the Philippines.  Your driver will pick you up at your accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City. Afterward, you’ll be going to the ferry port. During the Spanish regime, Corregidor had been the focus of foreign invaders. It was the largest of the four fortified islands for protecting Manila Bay, thus providing Manila with the first line of defense. It was also a customs station, which stopped ships entering the bay for check and verification of documents.  When you reach the island, you are taken to an outdoor tram that takes you to the historical monuments of Corregidor. Visit the Path, the Hearn of the Battery, the Geary of the Battery and the Crocket of Battery. This is an ensemble of mortars or big weapons requiring several soldiers to fight. Other interesting things, such as the Pacific War Memorial Complex, will be seen during your tram tour of Corregidor. It was dedicated to the Philippines and American forces which fought for the Philippines during the Second World War. There you can see a variety of war memorabilia, e.g., soldiers ' uniforms and coins from that era and wartime pictures.  There is also the Dome of the Pacific War Memorial. The locals have suggested the design was such that the light will shine directly on the dome on the anniversary of Corregidor's fall. You'll visit the Corregidor Lighthouse, where you will see a road sign with city names and how far from Corregidor. The lighthouse was built in 1863 and is one of the oldest buildings on the island. The Malinta Tunnel is your last stop. The tunnel was used as a fortification for leaks found by diggers during construction before the Japanese occupation.  Discover what makes Corregidor a beautiful historic destination in the Philippines by booking this tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
10hours
Available:
All year
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Taal Lake Adventure from Manila | With Guide and Transfers

See the gorgeous panoramic view of Taal Lake. This is perfect for those wanting an excursion with friends and family.  Your driver will pick you up at your meet up place in Manila and will bring you to Tagaytay for your Taal Lake excursion. Taal Lake's amazing landscape on Luzon's Philippine Island allows it one of the country's most famous tourist spots. Located thirty miles from Manila, Taal is equivalent to Oregon's famous Crater Lake because it fills the caldera of a massive prehistoric volcano.  Taal Volcano forms the core of a chain of volcanoes along the island of Luzon developed by two tectonic plates, which collided over 500,000 years ago. It has subsequently created a new volcanic island, within Taal Lake, which is also known as Volcano Island, since the formation of this big caldera (Taal Lake).  Lake Taal is a big, sulfuric freshwater park. During great eruptions of the 18th century, Taal Lake struck the sea and eventually made its waters non-saline. The lake is only 2.5 meters above sea level and is 230 square kilometers long. The lake is fed by over thirty rivers but has only one outlet, the Pansipit River, which flows in the south China Sea into Balayan Bay.  The Philippine Government has named the Taal region as the favorite area for the establishment of new industries and infrastructure under the Republic Act 7586, otherwise known as the NIPAS Act of 1992, the area was restored as a Taal Volcano Protected Lands. Taal Lake is located in a highly populated and rapidly developing agricultural and industrial area and is one of the top tourist destinations in Tagaytay. Enjoy your day here and take photos of your visit.  Get in touch with nature by joining this Taal Lake escapade tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
8hours
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All year
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Filipino Dinner at Barbara's Intramuros with Cultural Show

Discover the arts and culture of the Philippines by watching a cultural performance while having Filipino local cuisine dinner. It’s perfect for anyone wanting to immerse themselves with the rich heritage of the country along with their friends and loved ones.  Your driver will pick you up during the evening at your accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City. You’ll then proceed to Intramuros and make a trip directly to Barbara’s. In the fortified city of Intramuros, which started as a family business of catering in Olongapo came into a Filipino-inspired iconic restaurant. In the 1970s, Barbara Gordon-De Los Reyes tried without a culinary background to enter the food industry. However, she learned and mastered the art of Philippine cuisine with the help of her family. Then she brought to General Malvar, Malate her new-found talent.  Barbara's is a heritage buffet restaurant with various Philippine cuisines. Also, the atmosphere is very historical throughout the area. The place is certainly going to put you back in the Spanish era. You will notice round tables, chairs, crystal candlesticks, and wooden furniture as you enter. You'll feel like you're in a traditional Filipino house. It’s a perfect place to spend the night while in Intramuros.  Discover an evening of dance and music while visiting Barbara's Heritage Restaurant for an extraordinary dinner. Watch a cultural show, as talented artists perform various dances from the Philippines from the north to the south while enjoying a lush Filipino fusion festival. You will also experience a live band throughout the evening, apart from the gourmet and cultural delicacies. An event that you're surely not going to forget about at Barbara's dinner.  Take mementos of this beautiful experience of a lifetime. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
3hours
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Lakbay Museo Ticket & Islas Pinas Filipino Snacks Tour

Learn about the local cuisine of the Philippines by joining this food tour in Manila. It’s perfect for those wanting to witness an interactive museum and eat a restaurant serving Filipino delicacies.  After getting picked up by your driver at your accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City, you’ll be going to the first destination, the interactive Lakbay Museo. It aims to give visitors the opportunity to tour Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, and experience the best that the Philippines can offer in Manila in less than two hours. With hourly cultural singing and dancing and shows, free samples of regional delicacies and even delicacies of lambanog and fruit.  Every visit has twelve (12) chips which can be used in the museum as a payment. You can get freebies like childhood candies, native delicacies and more. The goods usually cost approximately 1-4 chips.  You will then head to Islas Pinas, a Filipino buffet restaurant. It is located in the basement of DoubleDragon Plaza in Pasay. Islas Pinas still attracts hungry locals and tourists who wish to taste a wide range of Philippine food with innovative tastes and comfort. The entire interior may appear to be just another food hall, but the Islas Pinas have increased their spirit by presenting the flavors of the Philippine regions and islands under one ceiling.  There were a lot of regional dishes to choose from; you can find kare-kare, lumpia, okoy, lechon, daing, longganisang vigan, different types of pancit served in a bilao or winnowing basket, batchoys where you can customize it for your liking, and there's the station for the local kakanin (rize cakes) and the dessert area, of course.  Have a gastronomic experience by eating Filipino specialty dishes and learning about its history by joining this guided tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
5hours
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All year
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Bataan with Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar

Relive the past and its rich stories in an immersive tour inside Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. Whether you’re a historical enthusiast or just interested in knowing what it was like living in a Filipino-Hispanic setting. This day tour is a perfect combination of appreciating the beauty of Spanish colonial-era structures and commemorating not just the historical stories of the past, but also the people behind the preservation of these ancient and cultural gems.  Situated in Bataan, Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is a 400-hectare park that features Jose Acuzar’s collection of restored colonial heritage houses. Also, different activities ensuring a complete Spanish colonial period ambiance to complete your immersive heritage tour.  Get ready to set foot on the brick pavements of Las Casas and be transported back in time. Have a closer look at each colonial house as your tour guide tells various stories reliving each of the casa’s history.  Some of the heritage houses are Casa Biñan, a replica of the house of Dr. Jose Rizal’s mother, Teodora Alonzo. Next is one of the oldest structures in Las Casas, Casa Candaba which was used as a shooting location for the film adaptation of Noli Me Tangere. After exploring various Bahay na Bato houses, head next to the first luxury hotel in the Philippines, the Hotel de Oriente. Reflect on the great Filipino craftsmanship as you explore the intricate structure which was built based only on archival photos of the original structure. Go for a calesa ride for a more immersive experience. Cap off the tour along its beachfront with a backdrop of Spanish colonial buildings before heading back to Manila.  Embark on a historical journey where you will be transported back to the Spanish colonial era for a day. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
10hours
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All year
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Albay Day Tour with Lunch

Explore the sights and witness Bicolano artistry at its finest. Discover where locally made handicrafts are created, and make a wish inside centuries-old churches. In this whole day tour of Albay, your trip revolves around the famous cone-shaped Mayon Volcano, covering Legazpi city and nearby municipalities. Your first stop is the Bicol Hero’s Trylon. The 16-meter high Trylon commemorates Filipino revolutionaries bravery against American soldiers during the war in 1900. Next on the itinerary is the Provincial Capitol of Albay as well as Daraga Church, a national treasure known for its intricate Baroque architecture and volcanic stone facade. Don’t forget to have a group photo at the famous Cagsawa Ruins, which features what remains of the church when it was buried in lava during the 1814 Mt. Mayon eruption. Next stop is some souvenir shopping at Satellite Market. Perfect for finding indigenous Bicolano items, and the Embarcadero, where you can explore various establishments at the premier waterfront property. You’ll then visit a few more places with hillside views of Mayon Volcano. There’s Kapuntuakan Hill, also known as the Sleeping Lion Hill. Next is the 156-meter high Lignon Hill, which offers other exciting activities such as zip line riding, and ATV riding.  Another panoramic view of the volcano can be seen from the Mayon Vista Lodge, on top of its 2,500 ft. slope. Then you’re off to Tiwi, home to the Philippine Geothermal as well as the Philippine Ceramics, where you’ll see locally made pottery products called coron.  After that, you’ll be going to the San Juan Bautista church, known for its impressive belfry and Masonic markings. Bring home some Tabak, or steel cutlery made by highly skilled artisans in the town of Tabaco. More handcrafted goodies await you at a handmade paper factory, made of strong indigenous materials like abaca.  Last stop is in Sto. Domingo, home of the Sarungbanggi festival which pays tribute to the timeless love song and its composer, Potenciano V. Gregorio. You’ll also visit the Sto. Domingo church which was built in 1820.  Don’t miss this chance visit Legazpi City’s tourist spots in the comfort of your own air-conditioned van and tourist guide. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
12hours
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All year
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Legazpi City Tour

Catch a glimpse of Legazpi City’s rich cultural past with a short tour that explores the city’s important landmarks and historical sites. In just 3-5 hours, you’ll visit a centuries-old Baroque church. A monument that commemorates Filipino soldier’s bravery, and take pictures of the fabled Mayon Volcano on top of not just one, but two hillside viewpoints. Your tour will start once you’re picked up by an air-conditioned van from your hotel. You’ll head straight to one of the most significant monuments in the city’s history, the Bicol Heroes Trylon. Constructed in1965, the 16-meter high Trylon was built on the spot where 800 Filipino revolutionaries laid down their lives and engaged in hand to hand combat against the better equipped American soldiers in 1900.  Next, you’ll visit the provincial capital of Albay, which has the distinction of having lost and regained its status as a city not just once, but thrice under various Presidential Decrees. Immerse yourself in the city’s Spanish colonial past with your next stop, the Daraga Church, a national treasure known for its intricate Baroque architecture and volcanic stone facade. Put on your walking shoes and prepare your wallets to go shopping at the Satellite Market. Here you’ll find a wide selection of local products such as native bags, abaca rugs, decorative handmade paper, and pili nut confections. Afterwards head on over to Embarcadero de Legazpi, a premier waterfront property with restaurants, hotels, and other establishments you can explore. You’ll also visit two more places with hillside views of Mayon Volcano: Kapuntuakan Hill. Also known as the Sleeping Lion Hill, and the 156-meter high Lignon Hill, where other exciting activities are offered such as zipline riding, rappelling, airsoft, and ATV riding.  Don’t miss this chance visit Legazpi City’s tourist spots in the comfort of your own air-conditioned van and tourist guide. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
5hours
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All year
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Davao City Sightseeing | Getaway in the South

Explore the romantic beauty of the crown jewel of the south with this sightseeing tour on the gorgeous coastal land of Davao. This is a splendid tour opportunity for visitors who want to explore the entirety of the city in one day. To begin your trip, safe and convenient transportation will pick you up at your hotel, then take you to Magsaysay Park, where the Kadayawan village is located. Here, you will see the homes of eleven indigenous tribes and Moro groups. You will notice that each of the houses stands out with their unique and different architectural style. Afterward, you will have a rolling tour of Davao Chinatown. It is the only one of its kind in the city, where you will find a lot of business establishments, including restaurants, banks, as well as themed malls and shopping centers. The tour van will take you next to San Pedro Cathedral. It is the city's oldest church and premiere historical landmark. The structure's highlights are the initial carvings of the statues of different saints that have been well-kept. From the church, you will make your way to the Peace Pact Monument. It is a significant fixture in Davao symbolizing the unity between the indigenous people and migrants of the city. Just a walking distance from the church is the D'bone Collector Museum which houses more than 700 specimens, including skulls, bones, and skeletons. Before continuing with the tour, you will first be served lunch in a local restaurant. Once you're ready to go, you will travel straight to Lon Wa Buddhist Temple, which is amongst the biggest temple in Mindanao and the country. Following this is a quick drop off at Cheeses Artisan, aka Malagos Farmhouse, that is famous for its best handmade cheese. You will then pass by Cacao City Center, a one-stop-shop that is sure to satisfy your cravings for chocolate. Your last stop will be at the Pasalubong Center. Get to know Davao City's pride on this marvelous sightseeing tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5hours
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All year
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Zamboanga Historical Day Tour | Free Hotel Pick-Up and Drop-Off

Discover Zamboanga City’s historical landmarks and tourists spots when you join this day tour. If you love visiting places with stories to tell and appreciative with history, this tour is for you. Your tour will begin as your air-conditioned transfer picks you up from your accommodation as you head to your first stop, Pasonanca Freedom Park. The first destination gives you a refreshing ambiance with the touch of nature with the trees and different plants scattered all over the place. A few walks from the park will lead you to the Boy Scout Camp where you can see wigwams built to honor of the boy scouts that died during a plane crash in 1963. The tents are being used by the boy scouts in the country when they are camping in the province. From there, you will proceed to visit the city’s Heritage Zone starting with Zamboanga City Hall, where you can see the Filipino-Colonial touch on building’s architecture. You will then have a short stop at the Plaza Pershing and Pettit Barracks for a photo opportunity and hear from your guide the history of these buildings dating back the American Occupation. Your next destination is R.T Lim Boulevard, a perfect place to relax and enjoy the view of the clear waters of the sea. You can walk around the place and find a good place to sit to relax. Afterward, you will make a stop to the souvenir center in the city, you will also get to learn the weaving practice of locals from Yakan Village and avail some of their hand-weaved items for sale. Lastly, you will visit Canelar Barter trade to score some of the locally made souvenirs that will serve as your keepsake from the tour. Afterward, someone will drop you off at your hotel. Get to see Zamboanga City as an important historical site and learn more about the province’s history when you book this day tour. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8hours
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All year
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Zamboanga Half Day City Tour | Free Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off

Come along and get to see exciting views and historical sites as you join this half-day city tour in Zamboanga City. This tour is perfect for any travelers who are interested to learn more about the province’s history and learn more about their city life. This tour has an option whether you start your tour early morning or in the afternoon and it usually starts when your transfer picks you up from your hotel. Air-conditioned transfers are included in this trip so you wouldn’t feel much of the sun’s heat while on your way to your first destination, Pasonanca Park. Pasonanca Park has been considered as the Little Baguio of the south due to its rich blooming variety of flora and fauna, upon arriving, you will get to see trees that gives the park fresh air to its visitors. You can enjoy walking around at the park and pose for photos, or find a good place where you can sit for a short time. A few walks inside the park, you’ll get to see the different treehouses and teepee tents from the Boy Scout Camp that was built to commemorate the tragic passing of the Philippine delegates from a plane crash in 1963.  Afterward, you will proceed to the Heritage zone in which you will take a short stop at the Zamboanga City Hall and get to appreciate the building’s Filipino colonial architectural design. You will have a quick stop at the Plaza Pershing and Pettit Barracks that was used when the Americans occupied the country. Head next to Fort Pilar museum where you can find the different artifacts of the Mindanao culture and get to see a perfect example of a Badjao houseboat, and get to learn about their daily living. Capping off your tour is a stop at Paseo del Mar wherein you get to have enough time to walk around the park and appreciate its view before your transfer takes you back at your hotel. Discover some of Zamboanga’s beautiful and cultural sites even with a short time to spare when you book this half-day tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
4hours
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All year
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Zamboanga Heritage Walking Tour | Free Hotel Pick-Up and Drop-Off

Discover the Heritage Zone of Zamboanga City for a short time when you join this walking tour. If you are looking for a short activity and interested to visit some of Zamboanga’s historical sites, this tour is perfect for you. Upon picking you up from your hotel, the tour will start as you head to your first stop, the Zamboanga City Hall. The city hall is the seat of Zamboanga City’s local government, and you can appreciate the building’s structure as it has been considered as a historical site due to its Filipino-Colonial architectural design. Head next to Plaza Pershing a small park that was touched by the history and was named from one of the Americans who occupied the Philippines, John Pershing. Strike a pose to one of the perfect spots in the park before proceeding to your next destination. Proceed to Pettit Barracks, the military base turned over by the Spaniards when the Americans took over the country. You can learn from your guide the different use of this place. Enjoy a short walk around the area and feel free to take photos t your heart’s content. After, you will visit Fort Pilar Shrine and Museum where you can see the different artifacts and interesting pieces that was used by the people from the past and present in Mindanao. You can also see a perfect example of a Badjao houseboat, now, it is still being used by the Badjao until today. Capping off your tour is a visit to Paseo Del Mar, one of the main parks in the province. Enjoy yourself a short detour of the park, sit by the shade, enjoy taking photos, and if lucky, you may also get the chance to see Vinta boats sailing around the park. Afterward, someone will drop you off at your hotel. Learn about Zamboanga City’s history even if you have a tight schedule when you book this 1-hour trip. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
60minutes
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All year
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Puerto Galera Half-Day Tour | Inland Adventure

Hop on board this off-the-beaten-path guided excursion around Puerto Galera, as you explore the town’s most notable attractions in just half a day. Combining the beauty of nature with history, this tour is an excellent option for those visitors wanting to check out the natural spots of the place, at the same time, hear some stories of the past. The tour vehicle will pick you up from your accommodation in White Beach. From there, you will be driven down to Tamaraw Falls. This twin waterfall is approximately three stories high and faces the mountainside, giving you a scenic vista of the forest. You are free to chill out at the bridge and capture shots. Feel free to rent the facilities in the area as well. Next in your itinerary is the Mangyan Village. This site is home to a handful of houses made of wood, nipa and cogon materials. Here, you will meet the indigenous Mangyan people and their different sorts of products like native plates, baskets, and placemats, among others. Afterward, you will proceed to the Mangrove conservation in the area where a quick lesson of the mangrove importance awaits you. You will later head to the Eco-Tourism Park and enjoy the refreshing view of the lush forest and sea. About 15 minutes from the park is the History Cannon, which was used to defend the area from Muslim pirates. You will stroll around the area first before heading to the Replica of Spanish Galleon. At the site, you will find a mini replica of the Spaniard’s ship, the San Miguel. You will then make your way to an overlooking view deck. Here you can feast your eyes on the panoramic view of the Isla Verde of Batangas and the entire Puerto Galera. You will also stop by Muelle Bay before heading to another overlooking deck and dropping by White Beach. The last stop will be at Aplayang Munti. Come along on a leisurely journey around Puerto Galera and see the town’s magnificent sights. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5hours
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All year
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Leisure and Farm Tour | Relaxing Escape in Cavite

See Cavite’s natural and unspoiled beauty in this relaxing trip around the province’s green countryside. This budget-friendly tour will take you to local farms and sites where you can enjoy the bountiful produce and culture of the Cavitenos. This is a must-book trip for the laid-back type of backpackers seeking refuge away from the bustling city scenes. Your excursion starts early in the morning with a van ride from Mall of Asia to Mendez, Cavite. Upon arrival at the town, you will head straight to the biggest hydroponics farm in the CALABARZON region, Yoki’s Farm. Inside the 10-hectare area, you will find a museum, orchidarium, and a zoo. You will also drop by the Gorgeous Farm, where you can pick fresh vegetables with additional charges. After exploring the wide farm site, you will be served some sumptuous local cuisines at the nearby restaurant. Once you have your energy back up, you will continue your adventure, starting with a running tour around Sky Ranch Park, where you can feast your eyes on the magnificent view of the famous Taal Volcano. Next, you will have a look at the extensive collection of jigsaw puzzles displayed at the Puzzle Mansion in Tagaytay City. Inside, you can see classic paintings, landscapes, religious scenes, and beautiful art pieces such as Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and Van Gogh’s Starry Night. There are also 3D, and 4D artworks found here. Your group will then head to the Picnic Grove, where the cold weather and stunning, panoramic view of Taal Volcano and its lake await you. There are built-in cottages around the place and a vast green area where you can sit back and relax. You can also try the horseback riding and zipline activities offered at the grove. On your way back to Manila, you will have a quick stop at Amira’s or Good Shepherd to buy some pasalubong. Spend a carefree day with the green and peaceful side of Cavite on this one-day province adventure. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8hours
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All year
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City Day Tour | A Whole Around Cavite’s Leisure and Culture Sites

Marvel at the colorful culture and stunning sites of the countryside of Cavite. Combining the province’s culture with fascinating structures, this budget-friendly trip is sure to appeal to those who want to indulge in the Caviteños’ way of life. Also, it will have a laid-back time away from the big city. The tour van will pick you up at Mall of Asia in Pasay City and take you to the town of Kawit, Cavite, where you will stop by the Aguinaldo Shrine and Museum. At the site, you will find the residence of the First Philippine President, Emilio Aguinaldo. The building itself is a museum that stores the massive collection of memorabilia and historical relics open for the public to see. Next on your itinerary is the Silang Church, also referred to as Our Lady of Candelaria Parish Church. It is considered as the oldest existing structure that flaunts baroque architecture in the province. Here, you will spot 17th-century retables that highlight indigenous and local elements, as well as a multi-leveled wooden altar and a carved wooden platform that houses religious images. After exploring the church, you will have a quick stop-over at one of the local restaurants in the area for your sumptuous lunch. Then you will proceed with the rest of the tour, starting with a visit to Cornerstone Pottery Farm. There is a handful of world-class handmade stoneware pottery for homes, cafes, restaurants, and spas displayed here. You can even see the potter at work here as well. You will be taken to the Pink Sisters Monastery afterward. The monastery lives up to its name as the site is full of nuns in pink clothing. Feel free to offer your donations and prayers at the monastery as well. Your last stop will be at either Skyranch Park or Paradizzo Residence Inn. You can opt to enter the sites at your account, but you are free to take plenty of photos outside these attractions. On your way back to Manila, you will have a quick stop at the Good Shepherd to buy pasalubong. Spend a stress-free day with your family and friends in Cavite on this educational tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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City Day Tour | Around Cavite’s Historical and Recreational Sites

Explore the Cavite countryside and learn something new with this one-day tour packed with history and leisure. With the right balance of iconic sites and must-visit attractions, this affordable trip is sure to please history buffs and laid-back type of travelers who want a quick dive to the past while enjoying the beautiful scenery. The pick-up point for this tour will be at Mall of Asia in Pasay City. From there, you will travel via an air-conditioned and cozy van that will take you directly to the Aguinaldo Shrine located in Kawit, Cavite. Here, you will see the ancestral home of then-President Emilio Aguinaldo, which preserves an extensive collection of memorabilia inside. Your group will then be going to Dasmariñas to check out Museo De La Salle. In the museum, you will notice a massive set of collectible objects that represent the 19th-century Philippine lifestyle. After exploring the museum, you will head to the Pink Sisters Convent, where you can offer your prayers and donations before you stop-over for a sumptuous lunch at a local restaurant. Once you’re ready to go, you will be taken to the Ginger Bread House, a cafe in the town of Alfonso. The café is tucked inside a mini forest, giving it a peaceful and romantic vibe. Make sure to try the vast array of pastries, soup, salad, pasta, and burgers offered in the café. After that sweet stop, you will proceed to Reptiland and Paradizoo Residence Inn. Feel free to take photos of the site. You can also opt to go inside for an additional fee. Afterward, you will treat yourself to a magnificent view of the famous Taal Volcano at the Picnic Grove. Before heading back to Manila, you will have a quick stop at the Good Shepherd to buy some pasalubong. Spend a whole day seeing the remarkable countryside that is Cavite on this jam-packed tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Kasiyahan at Kalayaan Package | Historic and Scenic Tour

Enjoy Cavite’s most iconic attractions in just one day with this guided budget-friendly tour. This trip is perfect for travelers looking for a mixed adventure of history and recreation, as well as those who want to make the most of their stay in Cavite. Early in the morning, your group will gather at Mall of Asia where an air-conditioned van will pick you up and directly take you to Kawit, Cavite. In the town, you will make a stop at Aguinaldo Shrine and Museum. You’ll get the chance to see the former Philippine president’s collection of memorabilia, antique furniture, and more preserved in the house-turned-museum. You will then head next to Imus to see the site of the Battle of Alapan. A 104-feet tall flagpole with the Philippine flag on top stands at the site, along with a statue of a woman right beside it. After exploring the battle site for a few minutes, you will be taken to the town of Rosario to check out the Casa Hacienda. It is where Magdiwang and Magdalo factions held an assembly in 1897, the so called Tejeros Convention. You will have a short break to take your lunch; then, you will continue your tour afterward. The next half of the trip starts with a visit to Sta. Cruz Parish. Beside the church is a museum, where you will find antique displays and life-size statues, among others. You will later stop by Calle Real in Tanza, a restaurant that serves delicious local dishes. You will also see more historical pieces at the Puzzle Mansion, a museum housing a collection of jigsaw puzzles that is considered the biggest in the world. Then, you will make your way to the Picnic Grove, where the beauty of Taal Volcano awaits you. For your last two stops, you will drop by the Good Shepherd to buy some pasalubong before you go for a quick running tour at the Sky Ranch Park. Afterward, you will head back to your accommodation in Manila. Come along on a historical adventure in Cavite with this one-day jam-packed tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Kalayaan Trail | Educational Trip in Cavite

Immerse yourself in a historical adventure and delve deeper into the Philippine history on this well-curated tour in the Cavite countryside. With the combination of stories and significant sites, this package should appeal to history buff and curious types of backpackers wanting to explore the historical side of the province. The pick-up place for this trip is at the Mall of Asia. From there, you will travel aboard an air-conditioned van to the first Malacañang Palace for a quick running tour. After exploring the area, you will then head to Aguinaldo Shrine and Museum in Kawit, Cavite. The building is home to the memorabilia of the late Philippine President Emilio Aguinaldo. Your next destination is also in Kawit – The Mary Magdalene Church. It is one of the oldest churches in the Philippines, where you will find three gold-and-white retablos and a life-sized statue of St. Mary Magdalene. After your church stopover, you will head to a local restaurant for your lunch. The second part of your tour then kicks off with a stop at Casa Hacienda, where the Tejeros Convention took place in 1897. The Tejeros Convention was the meeting when the new leaders of the revolution were elected. Next in your itinerary is the Sta. Cruz Parish, where Aguinaldo secretly took an oath. Beside the church is a museum where you can see antique displays and sculptures dating back to over a century ago. Afterward, you will drop by the Andres Bonifacio Trial House in Maragondon. Here you can take pictures of the diorama of the trial court and some Katipunan-related paintings, among others. Also found in the town is the Our Lady of the Assumption Parish Church. This church features a huge door with carved designs, three retablos, and others. Your last stop is at The Bonifacio Shrine, where Andres Bonifacio and his brother Procopio were executed. You will spot here bronze sculptures that spell “KKK” and “Bayani.” Spend a day in Cavite checking out the historic places that tell the story of the Philippine revolution on this educational trip. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Benguet Day Tour | Tuba and La Trinidad’s Culture and Arts

Embark on this off-the-beaten-path trip and discover the hidden gems of Benguet. This tour is perfect for those wanting to explore every corner of the province while learning new things about the culture and arts of the locals. The tour van will pick you up from your hotel and drive you to Tuba, Benguet to visit the famous BenCab Museum. It is a four-level structure that houses the national artist, Ben Cabrera’s artworks, to whom the building got its name. The museum also features exhibits of contemporary artists of Manila. BenCab Museum, apart from sheltering the artist’s masterpieces, also serves as Cabrera’s residence and his workplace as well. In the first floor of the museum, you will see the Philippine Bamboo Art in the Sepia Galleria that displays the wood carved works of the winners of the 1st Philippine Bamboo Carving Competition. From Tuba, you will then be transferred to La Trinidad to visit Mount Costa Lamtang. Mount Costa, a six-hectare garden concealed among towering pine trees, is named in recognition of the advocates’ ancestors, Col. Voltaire and Cleotilde Acosta. Here, you can enjoy the greeneries and the serene atmosphere of the surroundings. Appreciate the colorful scenery of the 24 gardens in the area, all of which were inspired by the best gardens in the world. The last stops in your itinerary are the STOBOSA and Bell Tower located in La Trinidad. Stobosa is made up of three sitios situated along the hills – Botiw-tiw, Stonehill, and Sadjap. The site features row upon rows of colorful houses that form an enormous sunflower mural. The Bell Tower or Bell Church, on the other hand, is a Taoist Temple that reflects the cultural and spiritual lives of the Filipino-Chinese community in Baguio. Before heading home, you will first have your lunch at a local restaurant. Be amazed at the province’s excellent works of art and magnificent landscapes on this whole day adventure. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Albay Provincial Tour | Jam-packed, One-Day Excursion

Discover the sights, heritage, and culture of the Albay Province. This tour will take you to great view points, a chance to discover and experience a touch of local industries, and visits to historical sites. You will start your tour with a visit to Mayon Skyline. Transportation will come to pick you up at your accommodation and take you to the site. Situated on the eastern slope of Mt. Mayon, the Mayon Skyline will reward you with a breathtaking sight of this perfect cone. Aside from the volcano, you can also see the sweeping view of the Pacific Ocean, towns, villages, lakes, and mountains. Tabaco town will be your second stopover. Here, you will check out the Tabaco Church – a structure built out of dark volcanic soil and stones. The Tabac Makers who make knives of all kinds and sizes, and the ‘Bahay na Bato,’ which is the ancestral house of Angela Manalang-Gloria (a Filipina poet). Afterward, you will head to the municipality of Bacacay, where you will pay a visit to Casa Simeon Heritage House. Built in 1920, it is a grand home where you will see a combination of classic and modern designs, as well as hotel-like amenities. Next is the Bacacay Church, also called as Saint Rose of Lima Parish. Erected in 1660, it has thick walls made of volcanic rocks. You will then make your way to Ligñon Hill Nature Park that will give you an incredible view of Mayon Volcano. Then proceed to the Japanese Tunnel that will take you back to the World War II era. Also included in your itinerary are the iconic Cagsawa Ruins and Daraga Church.  Book now and secure a whole day in the paradise destination of the Bicol Region. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
9hours
Available:
All year
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Bataan Heritage Tour | Historical Trip Around the Province

Admire the Philippine-Spanish heritage on this guided tour that will bring you back to the past. Those looking for an adventure that offers an exciting trip around Bataan’s picturesque historical structures must reserve a spot on this budget-friendly package. An expert guide and driver will pick you up in the morning at your accommodation in Pampanga/Subic Bay. You will then travel south until you reach Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. It is a 400-hectare land that houses a collection of the Philippine’s most preserved Spanish houses. As soon as you arrive at the site, you will go on a quick walking tour around Las Casas. There are over 20 old mansions in the area that go way back to the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. Each house comes from various provinces of the country, some of which are only replicas, but most are originals. Aside from walking, you will also go on a river cruise aboard a raft that will also give you a stunning vista of the casas and the brick walls and bridges. To better experience the life in the Philippines during the Spanish colonial era, you will go on a 20-minute “kalesa” ride around the area. This was the primary mode of transportation during this era. Afterward, your lunch will be served at one of the restaurants in the vicinity. As soon as you finish eating, your guide will take you to Mt. Samat. It is a historical shrine near a summit where you will find a huge cross and plenty of memorabilia from WWII and the Battle of Bataan. The site also guarantees a panoramic view of the whole Bataan province. The pasalubong center will be your last stop for the day before heading back to your hotel. Come along on a one-day tour where you can learn more about the Philippines’ history. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Tagaytay Ridge Tour | Bamboo Organ & Sightseeing of Taal Lake

Have a trip down south to one of the most famous day trip destination near the metro. Considered as the most scenic city, Tagaytay offers an impressive view of Lake Taal and Taal Volcano from a mountain top of approximately 670 meters above sea level. Start the day early and depart from your hotel of choice in Manila. The trip will give you a quick visit to one of the country’s National Treasure, the historic 200-year-old bamboo organ housed at the St. Joseph Parish Church in Las Piñas.  This unique musical instrument is originally made out of 1,031 bamboo pipes that have survived since the 19th century and is still functioning. Have a dose of history as you record important events about this outstanding artifact in the Philippines. Proceed to the highlight of the trip and continue to delight your senses. The serenity of the cooler climate of Tagaytay as you head to the highest point of the province. Be mesmerized by the breathtaking, unobstructed panoramic view of the famous Taal Volcano’s natural beauty. Make sure to take lots of pictures as you encounter the Shrine of Our Lady, Mother of Fair, and a Doppler Radar station of the country’s local weather group.  Opt to explore more of this renowned tourist spot with the help of an English-speaking guide and ask to stop by on Picnic Grove, Skyranch, and local markets, as this place is also home to vast green fields and beautiful farmlands, to bring home some fresh local produce. Take a break from sight-seeing activities and dazzle your taste buds with the destination’s sophisticated culinary offerings. Explore gastronomical delights with a wide selection of most loved restaurants around the city that serves the famous, must-try Bulalo, ideal for its cold climate, and more of a satisfying dishes you can enjoy with a scenic view. Book your trip and be overwhelmed by this perfect place and great dining experience! Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
10hours
Available:
All year
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Full-Day Manila Bargain Shopping Guided Tour with Transfers

Shop until you drop in Manila! This is perfect for those wanting to spend a day buying souvenirs and other things that represent the Philippine culture.  Your driver will pick you up at your hotel or accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City. Listen to your guide as he or she discuss the safety regulations of the tour. You can choose to explore SM Mall of Asia and Divisoria, or SM Megamall and Greenhills Mall.  The largest shopping center in the Philippines is the SM Mall in Asia. The Main Mall, Entertainment Mall and North and South Parking Houses are four connected buildings. This mall comprises branches in many of the SM Supermalls from all the standard anchor shops. Right outside the mall's supermarket is the sprawling SM Hypermarket, Taste Asia's first-ever branch, one of the SM Supermalls ' food brands. Divisoria is a shopping center located in Tondo, Manila. The Philippines is known for the shops selling low-priced goods and their various productive activities. SM Megamall is the Philippines ' second largest commercial mall. The center consists of two main structures. Building A consists of the third floor's 12 digital cinemas, food courtyard and Toy Kingdom in the basement of the house. Construction B consists of the SM Department Store, Cyberspace in the fourth floor, The Mega Trade Hall in the fifth floor of the building. They have a building C, and the Mega Fashion Hall, a 16-hectare shopping mall in San Juan, Philippines, which is a shopping mall in D.Greenhills, rebranded as a Greenhills Mall. It has more than two thousand shops.  Get ready to show your shopping bags to your friends and family back home! Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
7hours
Available:
All year
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Highlights of Old and New Manila Guided Tour

See the old and new in this city tour in Manila. This is ideal for those wanting to learn about the history of the city and how it blends with the modern culture now.  Your driver will pick you up at your hotel or accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City. Afterwards, you’ll be brought to your first destination, Nielson’s Tower. Over the years, the Nielson Tower has been used as a police station, an Ayala company office and a restaurant. In 2013, the library eventually moved to its existing residence in the Ayala Museum. A year later, Nielson Tower reopened the fine dining and event venue, The Blackbird at Nielson Tower.  Next is the American Cemetery and War Memorial. The Cemetery is an ode to the soldiers who died in the Philippines, New Guinea and the Pacific. Then, you're going to go to Rizal Park. The paradise of green spaces in the midst of Manila's hustle and bustle is also known as Luneta. Here you can see people walking, family members having picnics, courting couples, girls who play chess, joggers and tai-chi practitioners early in the morning. Sunday concerts are free of charge.  Then you will visit Intramuros ' historic walled town and its tourist places, including the San Agustine Church, the Baluarte de San Diego and Fort Santiago. The Spanish occupation, which was originally designed as the residence of Spanish government officials and their family, was initially carried out by Intramuros. Then, take a rolling tour to Makati, Manila Bay and the CCP. Your guide will tell you about useful insights about those places and why it’s relevant to the locals as of today.  Seize this moment of learning about Manila’s history by joining this enriching tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
6hours
Available:
All year
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Guided Manila Instagram Tour: 3 Cities in 1 Day

Take gorgeous photos for your Instagram feed by joining this Manila Instagram tour! This is perfect for millennials and photo enthusiasts wanting to feature beautiful places of the city with their friends and family.  You’ll be picked up at your meet up place in Manila. After getting briefed by the tour guide on the different regulations of the sites, you’ll proceed to your first destination — Ayala Triangle Gardens. This is the ideal place for people who want to relax, relax and get in touch with nature from the daily business. Then you're going to BGC Street and Murals. Street art or public art is a major component of urban culture. In contrast with arts in the museums, this kind of media set on the streets, walking paths and buildings enhances the public's access. Next is the Venice Grand Canal of Venice in Taguig City. It is developed by the Megaworld Corporation but owned by Mckinley and was opened during late 2015. It is a small Venice replica and offers gondola rides. After, you will then go to Intramuros for a heritage tour. Intramuros is the historic center of the Philippines and is the oldest district in Manila. It is full of Philippine cultural churches, past war landmarks, and many worth visiting eateries, hotels and art galleries.  Intramuros is a Latin word implying' inside the walls' and the area outside the walls is known as extramuros. It is where the most prominent and rich people of Manila lived in the Spanish colonial period. You will explore the great cultural walls and visit different destinations such as Fort Santiago, Baluarte de San Diego, and the Church of San Agustin.  Keep up with the trend while learning the culture of the city by joining this tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
5hours
Available:
All year
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Corregidor Tour | With Guide and Transfers

Learn about the history and culture by joining this amazing Corregidor tour. This is perfect for those wanting to see a glimpse of the historical past of the Philippines.  Your driver will pick you up at your accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City. Afterward, you’ll be going to the ferry port. During the Spanish regime, Corregidor had been the focus of foreign invaders. It was the largest of the four fortified islands for protecting Manila Bay, thus providing Manila with the first line of defense. It was also a customs station, which stopped ships entering the bay for check and verification of documents.  When you reach the island, you are taken to an outdoor tram that takes you to the historical monuments of Corregidor. Visit the Path, the Hearn of the Battery, the Geary of the Battery and the Crocket of Battery. This is an ensemble of mortars or big weapons requiring several soldiers to fight. Other interesting things, such as the Pacific War Memorial Complex, will be seen during your tram tour of Corregidor. It was dedicated to the Philippines and American forces which fought for the Philippines during the Second World War. There you can see a variety of war memorabilia, e.g., soldiers ' uniforms and coins from that era and wartime pictures.  There is also the Dome of the Pacific War Memorial. The locals have suggested the design was such that the light will shine directly on the dome on the anniversary of Corregidor's fall. You'll visit the Corregidor Lighthouse, where you will see a road sign with city names and how far from Corregidor. The lighthouse was built in 1863 and is one of the oldest buildings on the island. The Malinta Tunnel is your last stop. The tunnel was used as a fortification for leaks found by diggers during construction before the Japanese occupation.  Discover what makes Corregidor a beautiful historic destination in the Philippines by booking this tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
10hours
Available:
All year
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Taal Lake Adventure from Manila | With Guide and Transfers

See the gorgeous panoramic view of Taal Lake. This is perfect for those wanting an excursion with friends and family.  Your driver will pick you up at your meet up place in Manila and will bring you to Tagaytay for your Taal Lake excursion. Taal Lake's amazing landscape on Luzon's Philippine Island allows it one of the country's most famous tourist spots. Located thirty miles from Manila, Taal is equivalent to Oregon's famous Crater Lake because it fills the caldera of a massive prehistoric volcano.  Taal Volcano forms the core of a chain of volcanoes along the island of Luzon developed by two tectonic plates, which collided over 500,000 years ago. It has subsequently created a new volcanic island, within Taal Lake, which is also known as Volcano Island, since the formation of this big caldera (Taal Lake).  Lake Taal is a big, sulfuric freshwater park. During great eruptions of the 18th century, Taal Lake struck the sea and eventually made its waters non-saline. The lake is only 2.5 meters above sea level and is 230 square kilometers long. The lake is fed by over thirty rivers but has only one outlet, the Pansipit River, which flows in the south China Sea into Balayan Bay.  The Philippine Government has named the Taal region as the favorite area for the establishment of new industries and infrastructure under the Republic Act 7586, otherwise known as the NIPAS Act of 1992, the area was restored as a Taal Volcano Protected Lands. Taal Lake is located in a highly populated and rapidly developing agricultural and industrial area and is one of the top tourist destinations in Tagaytay. Enjoy your day here and take photos of your visit.  Get in touch with nature by joining this Taal Lake escapade tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
8hours