History Tours | Guide to the Philippines

History Tours
Discover the rich past of the Philippines through these historical and heritage tours. From visiting ancestral houses in Iloilo to getting that authentic heritage experience in Banaue, you’ll surely find a unique tour here for your adventure around the Philippines.

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Frequently asked questions

Where are the best history tours in the Philippines?

Almost all destinations in the Philippines have history tours. For starters, you can marvel at the beauty of Intramuros while riding a horse-drawn carriage. Visit the oldest Chinatown in the world, Binondo. Immerse in the heritage of the Cordilleras in Baguio. See historic Mactan and Cebu tourist spots, and discover heritage houses in Vigan.

What should I wear during the tour?

Wear light and comfortable clothes. Bring an umbrella so you can protect yourself from the heat or the unexpected rain.

How long does the tour last?

It depends on the tour package you availed of. Make sure to check the description of your chosen tour before booking.

Is there a guide provided?

Most history tours in the Philippines have a guide to explain the importance of the tourist spots included in the itinerary.

Is transportation provided?

It depends on the tour you availed of. Some history tours offer free pick up and drop off to/from selected hotels and accommodation. Check the description of the tour before booking.

Are food and drinks provided?

It depends on the tour package you availed of. Make sure to check the description of the tour before booking.

Are there tours during rainy or bad weather?

It depends on the tourist spots you’ll be visiting. If you’re visiting attractions outdoors, tours might not push through if there’s a storm warning signal.