Immerse yourself to the Zamboanga culture and get one of the best experience when you join this day trip. This tour is perfect for travelers who loves to learn more about the province’s historical background and try out how their local food tastes while visiting some of the historical sites.
After being picked-up from your accommodation within the City, you will grab a quick breakfast and try out the province’s Satti, an exotic food in the muslim-centered province as it possesses three strips of meat paired with rice.
From breakfast, you will head to your first three destinations which are the Pasonanca Freedom Park, Tree House and Boy Scout Camp, to get a refreshing morning. Enjoy the nature-centric ambiance due to its surrounding trees and plants. Have a great time hanging around and taking photos to one of the teepees that was built in honor of the fallen boy scouts during a plane crash in the 1960s.
Head next to Yakan Weaving Village and discover how the locals got into the weaving industry. You can also buy some of their products to sustain their community and have your own souvenir from the visit! Then, you will take a break and have a lunch at a local restaurant to try out their Tausug cuisine.
Enjoy the relaxing ambiance at the R.T Lim Boulevard after your hearty lunch, enjoy the picturesque view of the ocean before you proceed to your next destination. Afterward, spend some time buying souvenirs at Canelar Barter Trade for you to take home.
Capping off your trip is the visit to the city’s Heritage Site, to learn more about the province’s history. Pass by the City Hall, famous for its Filipino-colonial architecture followed by a rolling tour at the Plaza Pershing, Rizal Park, Pettit Barracks, Fort Pillar Shrine and Museum and finally, Paseo Del Mar. Afterward, enjoy a sumptuous dinner before your guide drops you off at your hotel.
Discover Zamboanga’s popular tourist attractions and get a taste of their popular dishes when you join this hassle-free day trip. Check availability by choosing a date above.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.