Immerse yourself in the various eco tours in the Philippines. From joining an agri-farm getaway in Pangasinan to exploring the streets of Intramuros on a bamboo bicycle, you’ll surely find unique experiences here.
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Frequently asked questions
Where are the best eco tours in the Philippines?
You can explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site Underground River in Puerto Princesa, Palawan on a paddle boat. For fun activities, go to the Loboc River Ecotourism Adventure Park in Bohol or Sinagtala Farm Resort in Bataan. Nearby Boracay is the Hacienda Maria with waterfalls and caves. If you’re in Manila, explore the historic walled city of Intramuros on a bamboo bike.
When are the best months or season to join eco tours?
It’s highly recommended to go on eco tours in the Philippines during the dry season from November to April or mid-May. Check weather updates before booking your eco tour.
What do you need to bring to an eco tour?
It depends on the duration and the destination of your eco tour. Some eco tour must-haves include extra set of clothes if you need to change, insect repellant, water bottle that you can refill, and activity-appropriate footwear for the activity. Make sure to check the description of your eco tour in the description before booking so you will know what you need to bring.
What should you wear to an eco tour?
Ecotourism sites in the Philippines are usually outdoors. Make sure to wear breathable clothing and hats or caps.
Are there guides in eco tours?
Yes, eco tours come with guides who will assist you and also tell you about the attraction.
Are eco tours safe?
Yes, eco tours are safe. If the activity is done in a body of water, you will be provided with life vests. If it’s done in a high altitude, safety harnesses will be attached or installed.
Do you need to be physically fit to join eco tours?
It depends on the activity. If it involves trekking, make sure to exercise regularly before your trip.
Are food and drinks provided in eco tours?
If you’re booking an all-inclusive eco tour, food and drinks will most likely be provided by your tour operator.
Are eco tours kid-friendly?
It depends on the activity. Some eco tours that don’t require physical activities can accommodate kids. Make sure to check the age limit of a tour before booking.
How long do eco tours last?
Eco tours can last for as short as half an hour, half a day to a full day.
Are there eco tours during rainy or bad weather?
Since eco tours are usually done outdoors, they might be cancelled if there’s a storm signal advisory.
Is there a toilet or bathroom in eco tours?
It depends on the attraction. For some eco tour destinations, the toilet or bathrooms are available only at the jump-off point or the registration area before and after the activity.