Immerse yourself in Zamboanga City's daily life as you join this whole day tour that not only lets you visit their top tourist spots but also taste their delicious food. This tour is perfect for solo or group of travelers who wanted to spend the day roaming around Zamboanga City hassle-free!
The tour begins in the morning, as your transfer picks you up from your hotel. You will then be taken to a local restaurant to fill your tummy for breakfast. Then, you will go to your first stop of the tour, the Pasonanca Freedom Park, the Little Baguio of the South.
At the park, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the ambiance of mixed greenery and colorful flowers around, take a striking pose at one of the trees or walk a few meters more to arrive at the Boy Scout Camp within the park. Get to see the teepee houses that were built in honor of the 24 Filipino Scouts that died in a plane crash during the 1960s.
You will head next to the city’s Heritage Zone and visit the buildings that shaped the province today, pass by the Zamboanga City Hall and see the building’s architectural design that was built in the early 1920s, enjoy a quick stop at Plaza Pershing, Rizal Park and Pettit Barracks, for photo opportunity.
You will then make your way to Fort Pilar National Museum where you can view displays of the artifacts that were used by the different people of Mindanao. From there you will have a short stop at Paseo Del Mar for a short break to have a walk around the park before your guide takes you to lunch.
After your lunch, enjoy the relaxing views of the R.T Lim Boulevard before you head to Yakan Weaving Center and learn about the traditional weaving practice of Mindanao. You can also buy some of their finished products as souvenirs.
Your last stop is a visit to Canelar Barter Trade where you can score different souvenirs to remember your trip, afterward, you will have a delicious dinner before your guide drops you back from your hotel.
Discover Zamboanga City in a day when you join this tour. 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.