Cultural Tours

Immerse yourself in the rich heritage and culture of the Philippines. Go museum-hopping in Manila or visit cultural sites in the provinces of Bacolod. Find a variety of historic and cultural tours here to get to know the Philippines more.

Cultural Tours

Immerse yourself in the rich heritage and culture of the Philippines. Go museum-hopping in Manila or visit cultural sites in the provinces of Bacolod. Find a variety of historic and cultural tours here to get to know the Philippines more.
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Zamboanga Pink Sand Escape | With Vinta Experience and Picnic Lunch

Come along and experience the Philippines’ own version of Bahamas’ Pink Sand Beach in Great Sta. Cruz, Zamboanga City. This tour is perfect for beach and island lovers who are seeking for new places to visit in the Philippines. The tour begins in the morning, as our guide picks you up and sometimes, your fellow joiners from your respective accommodation. From the town proper, you will head to the pier where you will ride a boat that will take you the Pink Beach. Life vests are given and should be worn by every guests while on board. Upon arriving, you will be welcomed by the white sands with a touch of blush pink and red-orange sands of the island. From there, you can enjoy taking photos and have a quick detour around the beach before you proceed to your next activity in the island which is the Yellow Boat Lagoon Cruise. The lagoon cruise will take you to the century old mangrove trees nestled and has protected the island. Local guides will also tell you about the different stories and other information of the mangroves. While cruising, get a chance to see many stingless jellyfishes, you can hold these sea creatures as long as you don’t completely take them out of the water. After the lagoon cruise, you can ride a Vinta boat, these unique boat riding experience is perfect to anyone who are interested with the province’s history, as their Vinta boat has gained many recognition for its uniqueness. Pose for creative photos while you ride it for a short while. If weather and tide permits, you can also visit the small sand bar of Sta. Cruz island and have a quick photo opportunity on the sand bar. Afterward, you will head next to the Old Badjao Cemetery wherein you can see the Badjao’s burial tradition before you return to the Pink Beach for swimming and relaxing. Capping of this tour is a picnic seafood lunch by the beach side of the Pink Beach that will surely replenish your energy from the activities. Afterward, you will be taken back to the town proper and be dropped off at your hotel. Discover Zamboanga’s Pink Beach and its nearby attractive sites when you book this half day tour. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
6hours
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 City Food and Culture Day Tour | Free Meals and Hotel Transfers

Immerse yourself to Zamboanga’s city 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 be taken at a local restaurant to fill your tummy for breakfast. Then, you will go ahead to your first stop of the tour, the Pasonanca Freedom Park. 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 was built in honor of the 24 Filipino Scouts that has 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. After, proceed to Fort Pilar National Museum wherein you can view displays of the artifacts that was 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 go ahead to Yakan Weaving Center and learn about the traditional weaving practice of Mindanao. You can also buy some of their finished products to help them sustain their daily life. 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.

Duration:
10hours
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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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
Available:
All year
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Woodcarver's Village Tour in Baguio | With Guide and Transfer

Appreciate Baguio City’s art scene by going in this hassle-free excursion that lets you visit the cultural places in the City of Pines. The trip is tailored for art enthusiast and travelers who want to see and experience the city’s cultural heritage. After being picked up from your residence or lodging, you will begin the half-day tour. The tour guide will guide you to the first destination — the Tam-Awan village located in the city’s Pinsao Proper. This is where you will get to view the Cordilleran craftsmanship as it showcases seven Ifugao huts and two Kalinga houses, among other artifacts. You will then make a stop in BenCab Museum owned by no less than national artist Ben Cabrera. It features BenCab and other Filipino artists’ artworks. From time to time, it also houses exhibits of local artists. You can also take a coffee break at Café Isabel, known for its delectable sweets and quality coffee. You'll also visit Easter Weaving Room to see handmade weaving crafts from the Ifugaos. But the highlight of this tour is the Woodcarver’s Village in Benguet. It highlights the indigenous aesthetics, its natural environment, and the rich cultural heritage of the Cordillerans through wood carving. The Woodcarver's Village is a hub for budding local artists as the city promotes their talents and craftsmanship. This is why the trip also provides you with a special souvenir. If it isn't enough, go shop and bring some to your friends and family back home. Feast your eyes and soul in Baguio City’s festive art and do not forget to take bring your camera and take some snaps as postcard-worthy souvenir. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
4hours
Available:
All year
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Iloilo Heritage and Countryside Tour | With Transfer and Guide

Discover the historical and cultural sites of Iloilo City in this day tour that will leave you rich in stories to tell when you return home. If you want to get an in-depth understanding of Iloilo City's history, this combination tour is perfect for you. Your driver will first pick you up at your hotel in Iloilo City and will take you to San Joaquin Church, a Roman Catholic Church built in 1869. It separates itself from different houses of worship in view of its facade portraying the Spanish triumph over the Moroccan powers amid the Battle of Tetuan. Close by is the San Joaquin Cemetery or the Campo Santo, one of the best-preserved cemetery that sits on a hill overlooking the sea. Following that is the Garin Farm of San Joaquin where you can experience a unique spiritual journey. You'll ride the van again for the rolling tour. You'll pass through the Millionaire's Row of Jaro where you will see the mansions of the old rich families of Iloilo. You'll also pass through Jaro Cathedral Church or the Church of St. Elizabeth of Hungary. This is considered as an all-male church because of the accumulated collection of male saints inside, with the exception of the statue of Nuestra Senora de Candelaria (Lady of Candles) displayed on a glass sanctum infront of the church.  You will next be taken to Casa Mariquit, a 216-year-old Spanish ancestral house. After that, you'll be taken to Biscocho Haus for a quick souvenir shop, a relaxing stroll at Esplanade, then you'll try barquillo-making at the Deocampos.  Your next stop is  Calle Real, named after national hero Dr. Jose Rizal. This historic street is home to some of Iloilo's significant structures. After that, you'll visit another famous boulevard in Iloilo, General Luna Street.  After a hearty lunch in some of the best restaurants in Iloilo, you will be taken to Mama's Kitchen and Sinamay House famous for their cookies that you can buy as pasalubong.  Next, you will be taken to the Guimbal Church, built in 1774 by Father Campos. Its steeple is four stories high and was turned into a watchtower during the Spanish occupation to guard against the Moro pirates. Then there's Taytay Boni, a stone extension built in 1854 initially intended to be utilized by horse-drawn carriages.  Next you will visit a Latin American-style church, the Tigbauan Church. The congregation was developed in 1575 but was crushed amid a seismic tremor in 1948. After that, your tour will continue to Miag-ao Church or the Church of Saint Thomas of Villanova. Finished in 1797, the congregation is renowned for its masterful sculptural relief carved on its facade.  The visit will finish at Camiña Balay Nga Bato, a 150-year-old stone house in Molo transformed into a café that serves Iloilo's best treasure dishes. It is the ideal spot to relax while still learning about the history of Iloilo told by the fourth generation of the Camiña family. Remember to taste the rich and thick Pancit Molo with the famous Molo dumpling.  Join this tour and find out more about Iloilo City's legacy and see the beauty of its countryside. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
10hours
Available:
All year
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Iloilo City Pilgrimage Tour

Come along this spiritual journey and feel refreshed and renewed after visiting the famous and historical churches around Iloilo City. After your local tour guide picks you up from your hotel in Iloilo City, you will first visit San Joaquin Church. The church is a Roman Catholic church built in 1869 which boasts a militaristic theme. Its facade features an intricate carving of the Spanish victory over the Moroccan forces during the battle of Tetuan.  Next, you will go to Guimbal Church, built in 1774 and one of the oldest churches in the country. This yellow sandstone church is made from adobe stones called igang and coral stones from Guimaras, a nearby island province from Iloilo. Its two-story facade is decorated with twin round pilasters adorned with floral carvings. Its four-storey belfry used to be a watchtower during the Spanish occupation against the Moro pirates. After that, you will then visit the famous Spanish-colonial Molo Church, built in 1831 with a neo-gothic style. Known as a “feminist church” because of 16 women saints that are perched in its aisle pillars that you will see from the inside. The centerpiece of the church is a retablo of Sta. Ana, the patron saint of Molo.  You will have your sumptuous lunch at your choice among Camina’s Balay na Bato, Breakthrough’s, or Tatoy’s. Afterward, you will go to the Tigbauan Church, which features a Mexican facade with a seal of the Augustinian order at the center. Above it is a depiction of San Juan and an image of Santo Nino. It has one of the most beautiful interiors made of stone murals including the altar and the Stations of the cross which was created by local artists of Iloilo.     Your group will then proceed to Arevalo Church where you will find the image of Santo Nino de Arevalo, one of the oldest images of Santo Nino. The image is made of wood and devotees testify of its miracles such as healing of the sick, blessing childless couples with offspring, or saving the town from famine. There is also a tale claiming that Sto. Nino saved the town from the Moro raid.   After that, you will go to Jaro Cathedral or Church of St. Elizabeth of Hungary. This baroque style cathedral with gothic elements is home to an all-male collection of statues and the Nuestra Senora de la Candelaria or the Lady of Candles. The 400-year-old shrine of the Lady of Candles is said to be continuously growing like a living person and it is said that its glass shrine needs to be constantly adjusted because of this. The tour will end at the glorious Miag-ao Church or the Church of Saint Thomas of Villanova,  famous for its artistic carved facade of St. Christopher carrying the Christ Child and was designated as one of the best examples of a Baroque Church in the Philippines. It is also included in the list of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Join this spiritual journey and a little side trip to history on this one day Pilgrimage Tour of Iloilo City. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
10hours
Available:
All year
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Iloilo Food Trip | La Paz Batchoy and the Best of Iloilo Cuisine

Join this food trip tour and get a taste of the best culinary offerings of Iloilo that locals and tourists alike keep coming back to for more.  Your Iloilo culinary adventure starts when your local tour guide picks you up at your hotel in Iloilo City. You will then be taken to the La Paz Public Market, home of the famous Netong’s La Paz Batchoy. It's a humble restaurant but don't let appearances fool you, this place has got a long history of cooking up the tastiest batchoy in Iloilo. Slurp on that bowl of piping hot rich broth made by hours of slow cooking marrow-rich bones. A filling bowl of authentic La Paz Batchoy includes fresh egg noodles called miki, pig innards, mixed with local ginamos or shrimp paste, and topped generously with fried garlic, crushed chicharon (pork cracklings), and egg.  Your next stop is also located in La Paz Public Market, just a few step’s away from Netong’s, the also famous Madge Café, where you can get your morning dose of freshly brewed coffee. They source their coffee beans from the northern parts of Guimaras, a nearby island province from Iloilo.  Afterward, you will go to De Ocampo’s to have your own freshly made barquillos, another famous Iloilo snack.  After that, you'll make your way to try out the humongous steamed buns of Roberto’s Siopao. This siopao is the perfect pasalubong for your loved ones, or for a heavier snack for yourself when in Iloilo. Unlike other siopaos, their version has unusual ingredients to complement their rich asado and bola bola filling.  They offer a variety of siopao from the regular pork adobo with egg to the King and Queen siopao which contains bacon, Chinese sausage, and chicken-pork adobo with egg. If you're still hungry, lunch will be served at either Breakthrough or Tatoy’s depending on your choice. These are the well-loved family restaurants of locals in Iloilo. Next, you will have a quick sightseeing at Casa Mariquit and Jaro Church.  Better leave more space in your stomach because your next destination is at the district of Molo to taste the popular pancit molo at Kap Ising’s Pancit molo is a local wonton soup dish made with pork and shrimp-filled wontons, a rich chicken broth, topped with fried garlic. Next you'll be taken to the Molo Mansion Café that serves dessert made of fresh coconut, dragon fruit, and a flower called Blue Ternate Ice Cream. The tour will end with a pasalubong or souvenir buying spree at the Original Biscocho Haus. You can’t leave Iloilo without bringing some of these toasted bread crackers with butter and sugar. Fill your stomach with love from the culinary treasures of Iloilo with this food tour. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
All year
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Iloilo Heritage Town | City Tour with Transfers

Visit Iloilo City’s historic sites and heritage towns in this half-day city tour. This is perfect for those wanting to get a deeper insight of the city’s heritage and culture. Your day begins when your driver picks you up at your accommodation in iloilo City. Along with your guide, you'll make your way to your first stop, Iloilo City Hall, for a photo opportunity. You will visit next the streets of Iznart and General Luna. Listen as your guide discusses the significance of this commercial center dating back to the American regime. While in the area of General Luna, you'll see Casa Real, which was once the Old Capitol building of the province during the American Period. This landmark also served as Kilometer Zero of the city. Afterwards, you will visit Lopez Heritage House. Marvel in its beauty as this site is a National Historical Landmark. In fact, it was dubbed as the Queen of Heritage Houses in Iloilo. This mansion shows the extravagant lifestyle of the province’s rich during the American Colonial Period. You'll visit La Paz Public Market next. Here you can find local products and souvenirs unique to the province of Iloilo. Buy locally-made products you can bring to your friends and family. Enjoy different cuisines unique to the province if you want. Learn about the process of their business by interacting with the locals. Your last stop will be at the popular Millionaire Row, where you'll be seeing Sanson y Montinola Antillan House. A visit to this heritage house will give you a glimpse of how luxurious the old lived during their times. Learn about the history and culture of Iloilo by visiting their heritage town. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
6hours
Available:
All year
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Bohol Countryside and Panglao Island | Combination Tour with Guide

Hit two birds with one stone in this combination tour in Bohol. Combining popular tourist destinations with the island of Panglao and the countryside of Bohol, this private tour is perfect for first-timers in the province. Your tour begins when your driver picks you up at your hotel in Panglao. Once your guide briefs you on the safety regulations, you’ll shortly make your way to the Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary located in Corella, in the interior part of Bohol. This tourist destination preserves the endangered tarsiers where over a hundred of these primates live. Enjoy looking at them and take photos, but make sure to turn the flash off to not scare them. You’ll also visit Bilar Man-Made Forest, a scenic road lined up with mahogany trees. You can take photos here if there are no cars passing by. Next, you'll make your way to Loboc River Cruise where you'll have your sumptuous lunch while enjoying the scenic views of the river. Afterward, you’ll visit one of the prime tourist spots in Bohol, the Chocolate Hills. It’s a breathtaking natural wonder because that turns brown during the dry season, hence its name.   You’ll visit Baclayon Church next, also known as La Purisima Concepcion de la Virgen Maria Parish. It’s an old church founded by the Jesuits, and is the second oldest church in the province. Afterward, you’ll drop by the Blood Compact Monument to see the enjoining of Spaniards and Filipinos in the past. Your driver will bring you to Panglao Island next. While here, you’ll visit Dauis Church, one of the churches in the country with sophisticated, European-style architecture. Bohol Bee Farm, which is your next destination, is the tourist spot where you can learn more about its species. Lastly, you'll go to Hinagdanan Cave, which is one of the mystical tourist spots on the island. Enjoy spelunking your way inside the cave, marvel at the various stalactites and stalagmites, and appreciate different rock formations before your driver brings you back to your accommodation in Panglao. Have a fun day ahead of you in this exciting combination tour in Bohol. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Motag Living Museum in Aklan | Pickup and Dropoff from Boracay

Delve into Aklan’s cultural heritage when you join this private excursion to Motag Living Museum. If you want to immerse yourself in the Filipino culture and see the past come to life, this interactive museum tour is perfect for you. After your driver picks you up at your hotel in Boracay islands, you’ll be traveling all the way to Aklan, where your tour boat awaits. Along with your guide, you will hop on the boat that will take you to Motag Living Museum. Make sure to listen to the detailed instructions to avoid any mishaps during the tour. Aklan is known for its pristine islands, specifically Boracay, but only a few really know how rich the heritage of the province is. Luckily for tourists, there is an interactive cultural expo showcasing traditional crafts, local farming methods, folk songs and native delights in a small barangay called Motag. It is none other than the Motag Living Museum. Compared to other museum excursions where the main goal is for you to learn its culture through paintings and artifacts, here you will be interacting with the locals; immersing yourself in the culture by visiting their homes. From traditional plowing to traditional rice milling, you’ll be able to try that and more in this interactive museum escapade. Their preserved heritage is so rich, you’ll be able to feel like you’re a part of it. While on the site, you’ll be eating traditional snacks that are sure to satiate your appetite. You will also be able to take photos not only of yourself but a group photo with the cultural performers. Enjoy the cultural immersion before your driver brings you back to your accommodation in Boracay islands. Join this heritage excursion in Aklan to get to know the province more aside from its powdery, white-sand beaches. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
4hours
Available:
All year
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National Museum Complex and Intramuros Half-Day Guided Tour

Discover Philippine artistry, history, and heritage in Manila’s museums that will take you back in time. If you're a history enthusiast and a fan of the arts, then this private tour is tailored perfectly for you. The day begins as your driver picks you up from your accommodation in selected areas of Metro Manila. Along with your guide, you'll make your way to the first destination – the National Museum. With collections from fine arts, archaeology, ethnography, and national history, the museum showcases Filipino talent and the country’s evolution over time. The museum features works of the country’s national artists, including the largest painting in the Philippines, with a size of 4.22 x 7.675 meters, by Juan Luna — Spoliarium. Another one of the museum’s highlights is the Manunggul Jar, a cultural treasure from 895 – 775 BC. It is a burial jar that signifies the beliefs of ancient Filipinos in the afterlife. The National Museum also recently opened the National Museum of Natural History – showcasing the country’s diverse flora and fauna which includes more than 10 galleries on plants and animals. Your next stop will be The San Agustin Church Museum. It displays a broad collection of religious art pieces, icons, furniture, and clothing that dates back from the 16th century. In the museum, you will see a 3,400-kilogram church bell that was taken down in 1927. With its extensive collection of artworks and historical value, no wonder it's marked as a UNESCO World Heritage icon. On your last stop, you'll visit Casa Manila. This 18th-century Museum is actually a 2-story house that is designed like a typical house from the 1800s. The facade of the house will make you feel as though you’ve been transported back in time, particularly during the Spanish colonial period, especially with the interior of the museum. It also features a café and a souvenir store that you can visit after the tour before we take you back to your hotel. Prepare yourself for a journey back in time in the Philippines. Find out more about the fascinating treasures and artifacts from the Pearl of the Orient. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Iloilo Culture & Heritage Shared Day Tour | With Transfer and Guide

Get to know the city that’s known for its food, fiestas, and culture in this half-day tour of Iloilo City. If you’re a history buff who also wants to try a city’s food and appreciate its culture, this trip is definitely perfect for you. Your guide will pick you up from your accommodation within Iloilo City. On the way to your first destination, you will be briefed on the day’s itinerary and what to expect from each stop. You will be given a running tour of the Millionaire’s Row of Jaro where you will see houses of the country’s richest families like the grand Nelly Garden of the Lopezes, the heritage houses of Sanson-Montinola and Ledesma, and the Lizares Mansion which is now an Angelicum School. The first drop-off will be in the district of Jaro where you will find the Jaro Cathedral Church or the Church of St. Elizabeth of Hungary. It is an all-male church where you will find a collection of male saints inside. The only female among them is the statue of Nuestra Senora de Candelaria (Lady of Candles) that is perched on a glass shrine on the facade. The statue of the lady made from limestone is said to be continuously growing and that its container needs constant adjustment.  You will then head to Casa Mariquit, a well-preserved 216-year-old Spanish ancestral house that showcases Ilonggo architecture and the story of the Ilonggo old rich Javellana and Lopez families. Don’t forget to take pictures by its ventillanas (windows).  After which, you will get to enjoy a quick snack and pasalubong at the Biscocho Haus and a stroll at Esplanade before heading to a barquillo-baking activity at the Deocampos. From there, you will head to Calle Real next, a street named in honor of Dr. Jose Rizal, which is home to the province’s important building such as the Lacson Ancestral House and Masonic Temple. You will also check out Fort San Pedro that protected Iloilo from the Moros and the Muelle Loney, as well as one of Iloilo’s most beautiful streets, General Luna. For lunch, you will be given a choice to either head to Breakthrough’s or Tatoy’s where you can enjoy the city’s local cuisine. Join this budget-friendly tour and learn of the rich culture and heritage of Iloilo City. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
All year
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Binondo Chinatown Manila Walking and Food Guided Tour

Join this half-day tour and savor in a melange of vibrant colors, aromas, rich culture and history of Binondo. Dubbed as the oldest Chinatown in the world, it was built in 1594 and became the center of commerce and trade in the Philippines. Now, the district is considered one of the most popular food hubs in the metro. Whether you’re a foodie or a history enthusiast, this tour is a fusion of food tasting and storytelling perfect for every traveler. Head to Binondo Church for the start of the tour. This iconic church, also known as Minor Basilica of St. Lorenzo Ruiz was built in 1596 for Chinese settlers who converted to Christianity. With a Spanish or European Baroque architectural style, the church features a five-tier Chinese style bell tower, an original 16th-century structure. Go inside and appreciate the interior of the church adorned with huge paintings in the ceilings and the altar modeled after the St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican. Next stop, delve into the streets of Binondo and have a taste of different Chinese cuisine from dumplings, hopia, noodles, and lumpia. While learning about the district's history and rich culture. Witness how these foods became an essential part of the history of Binondo. Explore the main streets of Binondo like Ongpin Street, Chinatown’s main street and the Queen of Manila’s street – Escolta. Discover the best way to travel by having a taste of Binondo. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
4hours
Available:
All year
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Half-Day Historical Intramuros Manila Walking Guided Tour

Pack light and bring out your camera for a half-day walking tour around the Walled City of Intramuros in Manila. If you’re a history enthusiast, this tour is a perfect portal to one of the most historic sites in the capital of the Philippines.  You will meet your tour guide at the Fort Santiago entrance gate. Fort Santiago is one of the most important historical sites within Metro Manila. Built by the Spanish conquistador Miguel López de Legazpi in 1571, Fort Santiago served as a defensive fortress for then newly established city of Manila. During your tour, go on a scenic walk around the fort which boasts impressive architecture and extensive military history. Learn about the last remaining days of our National Hero Dr. Jose Rizal in Fort Santiago before his execution - from learning about the original copy of “Mi Ultimo Adios” to Rizal’s vertebra damaged by the firing squad. You will also find eerie dungeons just outside the Rizal Shrine which were used as prison cells during World War II. Pay your respect in the memorial cross built for the victims at Fort Santiago. You'll head next to the iconic Manila Cathedral. Also known as the Manila Metropolitan Cathedral-Basilica, this church has been a venue for papal masses in the country with Pope Francis in 2015, Blessed Paul VI in 1970, and St. John Paul II in 1981.  After exploring the cathedral, explore the cobblestone streets of Intramuros by a kalesa or a horse-drawn carriage ride. Visit the Memorare Manila 1945 monument built to commemorate the lost lives during the Battle of Manila. Cap off the tour with a visit to Casa Manila, a museum that resembles a 19th-century mansion. The two-story museum depicts the colonial lifestyle featuring paintings, furniture, tableware, and books from the Spanish Era. Get ready to explore the Walled City of Intramuros and discover why it's a must-visit culture space in the country. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
3.5hours
Available:
All year
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Museum Hopping Private Tour in Baguio | With Transfer and Guide

Admire the creativity and artworks of local and National Artists by partaking in this museum escapade in Baguio City. This private tour is perfect for those wanting to enrich their cultural appreciation by getting a clearer picture of the city’s past. The private shuttle will pick you up at your accommodation in Baguio City. Once the guide and driver arrives, you will get a brief introduction about the day’s activities and will immediately make your way to the first place of interest, BenCab Museum. BenCab Museum is one of the most famous museums not just in Baguio but in the Philippines. Owned by National Artist of the Philippines for Visual Arts Benedicto Cabrera or BenCab, this museum showcases the beautiful pieces made by him, as well as indigenous and contemporary artworks from local artists. The museum is also a good place to take pictures because of its distinct design and architecture that displays the region’s heritage. You will visit Aguinaldo Museum next. Built in 1985, this destination has interactive displays where you can learn more about the former President of the Philippines and other historical figures. You will also see the first Philippine flag during your visit. Next, you'll arrive at the Historical Core in Camp John Hay. This tourist spot acts as a reminder of the terror created by the Filipino-American-Japanese war during World War II. The relics and artifacts will inform you about some key events that happened during the past. You can also see the Bell Amphitheater here, which features a manicured lawn garden and an abundance of flora and fauna, which is one of the main reasons why a lot of couples get married here. Make your way to Tam-awan Village and discover the rich culture of the region. Weave in and out of the traditional huts in the village. If you have time, participate in an art workshop that takes place in the complex. Enjoy the views and commune with nature during your stay. Enrich your knowledge about the city at your last stop, Baguio Mountain Province Museum. This museum contains displays, exhibits, and dioramas of the history of Cordilleras. You will see traditional clothes, depictions of local traditions and events, and relics used by indigenous peoples. Hop in this museum tour and discover the rich heritage of Baguio City. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
9hours
Available:
All year
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Baguio City Culture and Countryside Tour | Guided Day Trip

Immerse yourself in the art and heritage of the Cordilleras in this private guided day tour. This is perfect for those who want to enjoy the best attractions in and outside of Baguio City in just one day. Wait for your driver to pick you up at your accommodation in Baguio. Your tour guide will be there to brief you about the day’s excursion before you go to your first destination, Tam-awan Village. This artist’s hub is known for its Ifugao-style traditional houses and various art displays. Feel the artistic vibe and creative energy generated in this place during your visit. Test your courage next when you enter the infamous Diplomat Hotel. This retreat center-turned-lodging house is pretty well known for its ghost stories. Despite its reputation, it is still a popular attraction because of its picturesque appearance. Don't worry; there won't be any banging windows or doors while you're on the site! Maybe. From there, go on a mini-pilgrimage to the Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto, a must-visit not only for the religious ones but also for those who love sightseeing. Located at Mirador Hill, the grotto provides spectacular views of the city. Visit the Bell Church next and admire its one-of-a-kind Chinese style architecture. This popular tourist spot was founded by the Filipino-Chinese organization in Benguet. Appreciate the inscriptions, gates, and the features of this place before heading to your last stop. The Easter Weaving Room provides you with insights about the local handicraft industry. You will also get to see weavers at work. Make sure to buy souvenirs -- their cloth products are topnotch! -- before your driver brings you back to your accommodation. See the best of the City of Pines in this whole day tour of Baguio City. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
9hours
Available:
All year
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The Best of Baguio Attractions | Guided Day Tour

See the best of Baguio City in a day in this value-for-money tour package. If you don't have a lot of time in the City of Pines but want to see its best tourist attractions, this tour is for you. You will be picked up at your accommodation in Baguio City early in the morning. The guide will give you a brief rundown of the day's itinerary while on the way to your first destination. A place frequented by both locals and tourists alike, Mines View Park is the best place to be for a bird’s eye view of the mountains of Baguio. Aside from sightseeing, you can also rent traditional clothing here and have a quick photo opp. You can also buy carved artifacts as souvenirs at the nearby shops. From there, you will head to Camp John Hay for a relaxing few hours. Take a walk amid the pine trees and admire the picturesque views. There are some hiking trails you can follow if you feel like forest bathing. Commune some more with nature when you stop at Wright Park and Burnham Park. These two green spaces are a refreshing break from the frenetic pace of Baguio City. You will also go to Session Road to experience the local vibe. Have fun shopping; a lot of ukay-ukay (thrift shops) can be found along this stretch of (busy) road. You will check out Baguio Cathedral, St. Joseph Church, Baguio Museum, Good Shepherd Convent and the renowned Philippine Military Academy next. You will also visit The Mansion, the official summer residence of the Philippine president. Your last stop will be Centennial Park. Also known as Baguio Botanical Garden, you will see here a variety of flowers, Igorot huts, and indigenous sculptures. Get ready for a whole day of sightseeing in Baguio in this value-added day tour package. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
9hours
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All year
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Cultural Baguio Private Day Tour | With Lunch and Transfer

Experience the creative energy and rich history of Baguio with a trip to its museums and villages. This cultural tour is for those wanting to marvel at indigenous artworks and handicrafts while participating in a convenient yet enriching tour of the city. Visit the BenCab Museum to admire the art made by Benedicto Cabrera and other local artists. Explore the Tam-awan Village to see traditional huts and structures, and maybe even participate in a workshop. Go to the Woodcarver’s Village to marvel at indigenous artworks and handicrafts. Your driver for the tour will pick you up at your accommodation in Baguio City. Once settled, your tour guide will assist you and provide a brief overview of the day’s activities as you make your way to the first destination, Woodcarver's Village. Woodcarvers Village, also known as Itogon's Woodcarvers Village, is a popular attraction in Baguio City. Here, you will learn about the skill, craftsmanship, and creativity of the indigenous groups. You will also be seeing detailed carvings of humans and animals that provide a glimpse of the richness of the region’s culture. You will be making your way to BenCab Museum next, which showcases contemporary and indigenous art pieces made by national artist Benedicto Cabrera. He is not only known in the Philippines but in other parts of the world as well. Enjoy the paintings, exhibits and artistic vibe of the museum. The complex is also an ideal place for photography because of its noteworthy structures. Afterward, you will visit the renowned Tam-awan Village. Feel the creativity flowing through this artist’s enclave; walk around and learn about the local’s way of life. Enjoy the artworks made by the region’s artists as those will provide you with an overview of the cultural story of the Cordilleras. Your last stop is at Asin hot spring, a tourist spot adored by the locals. Enjoy its calming waters and let it soothe your muscles and de-stress. Feel invigorated before your driver drops you off at your accommodation. Baguio City is the gateway to the Cordilleras it is also a cultural hub that provides you with a glimpse of the region’s heritage. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
9hours
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All year
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Museum Hopping in Baguio | Guided Half-Day Tour

Get a deeper insight into Baguio City’s rich history and heritage by booking this half-day museum hopping tour. This trip, which will take you to both interactive and static museums, is perfect for history and culture lovers. On this tour, you will not only learn about the city’s history, but also the whole of Cordillera. The villagers in the mountains still remain elusive to tourists, so get a glimpse of their lifestyle through the museum displays. You'll meet your guide with your driver who will pick you up at your accommodation in Baguio. First, you will visit Baguio Mountain Province Museum. Here you will learn about the fascinating lifestyle of the Igorot people. Expect to see bolos (machete) of the Kalinga Headhunters, the mummification process of the Ibaloi Tribe, and an actual Kabayan mummy. After learning about the Igorots, you will head to the museum inside the Philippine Military Academy next. From the Battle of Quingua (Bulacan) led by Gregorio del Pilar in the late 19th century up to the post-war period, this museum has it all. Have a leisurely stroll within the area and take some pictures before you head to the Historical Core in Camp John Hay. This place is a witness to the gruesome Filipino-American-Japanese war during World War II. Walkthrough the Historical Trail to learn about the pivotal role of Camp John Hay during the war. Visit the Cemetery of Negativism for a good laugh; this place is not an actual cemetery, but a burial site for negative emotions. Your last stop will be the Aguinaldo Museum. It is an interactive museum dedicated to Emilio Aguinaldo, the first president of the Philippines. Included in its collections are memorabilia of other Filipino revolutionaries. Embark on a historical-educational journey with this guided half-day tour in Baguio City. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
4hours
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All year
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Baguio Art and Museum Tour | With Hotel Pickup & Drop-Off

Learn about the history and culture of the people in the highlands in this guided tour of Baguio's museums. This join-in trip is for art enthusiasts, history buffs, and those who want to appreciate the rich heritage of the City of Pines. Your driver will pick you up from your accommodation in Baguio. On the way to BenCab Museum, your guide will brief you on the day's itinerary. BenCab Museum houses the art collection of Filipino National Artist Benedicto Cabrera (BenCab). You will see exhibits of his paintings there, as well as crafts of the northern highlands. There are works by both veteran and contemporary artists. While at the museum, hang out at the coffee shop called Cafe Sabel and enjoy the museum’s pond, organic farm, and a mini-forest with an eco-trail. From BenCab, you will go next to Baguio Museum, which embodies the cultural heritage and history of the city. It was built to resemble a traditional Ifugao home. Inside, take a look at the extensive display of tribal artifacts from the six provinces of the Cordillera region. There are dioramas as well that provide a better picture of their communities. Your tour guide will then bring you to Emilio Aguinaldo Museum to see the first Philippine flag. It was first unfurled in 1898 during the proclamation of the country’s independence. The museum, built by Aguinaldo’s daughter and maintained by his grandchildren, is a walk-through of Philippine history. It is not only dedicated to the country’s first president, but it also pays homage to other Filipino heroes. End your day in Baguio City on a high note by visiting Tam-awan Village. It is a reconstructed Cordillera village that showcases the northern highlands’ art and culture scene. You will see there some representations of traditional Ifugao and Kalinga huts. Check out art exhibits, have your portrait sketched by talented Baguio artists, and have a sip of the local coffee in the village cafe. Veer away from the tourist trails and have a look into Cordillera’s local heritage and craftsmanship with this guided tour Baguio City's museums. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
4hours
Available:
All year
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Sabtang Island Day Tour in Batanes | With Boat Transfer & Picnic Lunch

Get ready to explore Sabtang and its tourist attractions in this one day tour in Batanes. It is one of the only three inhabited islands in the northernmost province in the Philippines. If you want spectacular views and learning about the culture and traditions of the Ivatans, this day trip is for you. You will be picked up from your accommodation in Basco and taken to Ivana Port. From there, you will board a faluwa, a traditional boat without any outriggers, for an exciting ride going to Sabtang Island. Once you get there, you’ll make your way to visit key spots via a cogon-roofed vehicle. Marvel at the stone houses in the village of Savidug. Built to withstand the strongest typhoons, the houses are a testament to the Ivatan's strength and resilience. Head next to one of the best views in Batanes: Chamantad/Tinyan Viewpoint. It is one of the most popular spots for sightseeing and picture taking on the island. Take a short trek through the rolling hills towards the cliff to get a panoramic view of the open sea. You will stop by a rustic church in Chavayan Village next. Buy souvenirs from local weavers who make the vakul, the traditional headgear of the Ivatans. From there, you will make your way to Morong Beach, one of the most photographed spots in Sabtang. This scenic white sand beach contains a natural unique rock arch formation right on the shore. Indulge in a festive lunch right by the beach while appreciating the scenic view the place has to offer. Many tourists who have visited Batanes claim that you haven’t really experienced the province if you don’t spend at least a day on Sabtang Island. Once you see how beautiful it is, you will understand why! Immerse yourself in this culturally enriching island tour of Sabtang in Batanes. Check the booking availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
12hours
Available:
All year
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Pilgrimage in Baguio | Marian Devotees Tour

Go on a journey of self-discovery and enlightenment by visiting miraculous Marian shrines in Baguio City. This private tour is perfect for travelers wanting to enrich their faith while spending a peaceful day among devotees. After being picked up at your accommodation in Baguio City, your tour guide will inform you of the day's itinerary. You will first visit the grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes. It is a Catholic shrine commemorating the visions of Virgin Mary by a French girl in the city of Lourdes, France. You will be given time to pray and take on the panoramic view of the area. From there, you will proceed to the shrine of the Lady of Brown Madonna, a church cave located in Asin Road. The shrine, while it is quite small, is a good place to meditate and say thanks. Head over to La Trinidad, Benguet next to see the shrine of Our Lady of Covadonga. The image was crowned by the diocese of Baguio and Benguet in 2005. According to locals, it helped foster the faith of the people because of the miracles credited to the shrine. After having lunch, your tour will continue to Our Lady of the Bleeding Heart of Mary. This marble statue of the Blessed Mary once attracted hundreds of devotees back in 1979 when it was reported that there was blood overflowing from the exposed heart of the image. Devotees have formed a group called the "Missionaries of the Bleeding Heart of Mary." Wrap up your pilgrimage tour by going to the Our Lady of the Atonement Cathedral, better known as Baguio Cathedral. The rose-colored church with twin spires stands on top of Mt. Mary Hill and offers a panoramic view of the city’s landscape. After taking the time to pray and contemplate, you will head back to your hotel. Be at peace and reaffirm your faith by going on this religious tour in Baguio City that includes a convenient hotel pick-up and drop off. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
6hours
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All year
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Immerse yourself in the rich heritage and culture of the Philippines. Go museum-hopping in Manila or visit cultural sites in the provinces of Bacolod. Find a variety of historic and cultural tours here to get to know the Philippines more.

Cultural Tours

Immerse yourself in the rich heritage and culture of the Philippines. Go museum-hopping in Manila or visit cultural sites in the provinces of Bacolod. Find a variety of historic and cultural tours here to get to know the Philippines more.
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Zamboanga Pink Sand Escape | With Vinta Experience and Picnic Lunch

Come along and experience the Philippines’ own version of Bahamas’ Pink Sand Beach in Great Sta. Cruz, Zamboanga City. This tour is perfect for beach and island lovers who are seeking for new places to visit in the Philippines. The tour begins in the morning, as our guide picks you up and sometimes, your fellow joiners from your respective accommodation. From the town proper, you will head to the pier where you will ride a boat that will take you the Pink Beach. Life vests are given and should be worn by every guests while on board. Upon arriving, you will be welcomed by the white sands with a touch of blush pink and red-orange sands of the island. From there, you can enjoy taking photos and have a quick detour around the beach before you proceed to your next activity in the island which is the Yellow Boat Lagoon Cruise. The lagoon cruise will take you to the century old mangrove trees nestled and has protected the island. Local guides will also tell you about the different stories and other information of the mangroves. While cruising, get a chance to see many stingless jellyfishes, you can hold these sea creatures as long as you don’t completely take them out of the water. After the lagoon cruise, you can ride a Vinta boat, these unique boat riding experience is perfect to anyone who are interested with the province’s history, as their Vinta boat has gained many recognition for its uniqueness. Pose for creative photos while you ride it for a short while. If weather and tide permits, you can also visit the small sand bar of Sta. Cruz island and have a quick photo opportunity on the sand bar. Afterward, you will head next to the Old Badjao Cemetery wherein you can see the Badjao’s burial tradition before you return to the Pink Beach for swimming and relaxing. Capping of this tour is a picnic seafood lunch by the beach side of the Pink Beach that will surely replenish your energy from the activities. Afterward, you will be taken back to the town proper and be dropped off at your hotel. Discover Zamboanga’s Pink Beach and its nearby attractive sites when you book this half day tour. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
6hours
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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 City Food and Culture Day Tour | Free Meals and Hotel Transfers

Immerse yourself to Zamboanga’s city 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 be taken at a local restaurant to fill your tummy for breakfast. Then, you will go ahead to your first stop of the tour, the Pasonanca Freedom Park. 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 was built in honor of the 24 Filipino Scouts that has 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. After, proceed to Fort Pilar National Museum wherein you can view displays of the artifacts that was 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 go ahead to Yakan Weaving Center and learn about the traditional weaving practice of Mindanao. You can also buy some of their finished products to help them sustain their daily life. 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.

Duration:
10hours
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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
Available:
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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All year
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Woodcarver's Village Tour in Baguio | With Guide and Transfer

Appreciate Baguio City’s art scene by going in this hassle-free excursion that lets you visit the cultural places in the City of Pines. The trip is tailored for art enthusiast and travelers who want to see and experience the city’s cultural heritage. After being picked up from your residence or lodging, you will begin the half-day tour. The tour guide will guide you to the first destination — the Tam-Awan village located in the city’s Pinsao Proper. This is where you will get to view the Cordilleran craftsmanship as it showcases seven Ifugao huts and two Kalinga houses, among other artifacts. You will then make a stop in BenCab Museum owned by no less than national artist Ben Cabrera. It features BenCab and other Filipino artists’ artworks. From time to time, it also houses exhibits of local artists. You can also take a coffee break at Café Isabel, known for its delectable sweets and quality coffee. You'll also visit Easter Weaving Room to see handmade weaving crafts from the Ifugaos. But the highlight of this tour is the Woodcarver’s Village in Benguet. It highlights the indigenous aesthetics, its natural environment, and the rich cultural heritage of the Cordillerans through wood carving. The Woodcarver's Village is a hub for budding local artists as the city promotes their talents and craftsmanship. This is why the trip also provides you with a special souvenir. If it isn't enough, go shop and bring some to your friends and family back home. Feast your eyes and soul in Baguio City’s festive art and do not forget to take bring your camera and take some snaps as postcard-worthy souvenir. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
4hours
Available:
All year
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Iloilo Heritage and Countryside Tour | With Transfer and Guide

Discover the historical and cultural sites of Iloilo City in this day tour that will leave you rich in stories to tell when you return home. If you want to get an in-depth understanding of Iloilo City's history, this combination tour is perfect for you. Your driver will first pick you up at your hotel in Iloilo City and will take you to San Joaquin Church, a Roman Catholic Church built in 1869. It separates itself from different houses of worship in view of its facade portraying the Spanish triumph over the Moroccan powers amid the Battle of Tetuan. Close by is the San Joaquin Cemetery or the Campo Santo, one of the best-preserved cemetery that sits on a hill overlooking the sea. Following that is the Garin Farm of San Joaquin where you can experience a unique spiritual journey. You'll ride the van again for the rolling tour. You'll pass through the Millionaire's Row of Jaro where you will see the mansions of the old rich families of Iloilo. You'll also pass through Jaro Cathedral Church or the Church of St. Elizabeth of Hungary. This is considered as an all-male church because of the accumulated collection of male saints inside, with the exception of the statue of Nuestra Senora de Candelaria (Lady of Candles) displayed on a glass sanctum infront of the church.  You will next be taken to Casa Mariquit, a 216-year-old Spanish ancestral house. After that, you'll be taken to Biscocho Haus for a quick souvenir shop, a relaxing stroll at Esplanade, then you'll try barquillo-making at the Deocampos.  Your next stop is  Calle Real, named after national hero Dr. Jose Rizal. This historic street is home to some of Iloilo's significant structures. After that, you'll visit another famous boulevard in Iloilo, General Luna Street.  After a hearty lunch in some of the best restaurants in Iloilo, you will be taken to Mama's Kitchen and Sinamay House famous for their cookies that you can buy as pasalubong.  Next, you will be taken to the Guimbal Church, built in 1774 by Father Campos. Its steeple is four stories high and was turned into a watchtower during the Spanish occupation to guard against the Moro pirates. Then there's Taytay Boni, a stone extension built in 1854 initially intended to be utilized by horse-drawn carriages.  Next you will visit a Latin American-style church, the Tigbauan Church. The congregation was developed in 1575 but was crushed amid a seismic tremor in 1948. After that, your tour will continue to Miag-ao Church or the Church of Saint Thomas of Villanova. Finished in 1797, the congregation is renowned for its masterful sculptural relief carved on its facade.  The visit will finish at Camiña Balay Nga Bato, a 150-year-old stone house in Molo transformed into a café that serves Iloilo's best treasure dishes. It is the ideal spot to relax while still learning about the history of Iloilo told by the fourth generation of the Camiña family. Remember to taste the rich and thick Pancit Molo with the famous Molo dumpling.  Join this tour and find out more about Iloilo City's legacy and see the beauty of its countryside. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
10hours
Available:
All year
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Iloilo City Pilgrimage Tour

Come along this spiritual journey and feel refreshed and renewed after visiting the famous and historical churches around Iloilo City. After your local tour guide picks you up from your hotel in Iloilo City, you will first visit San Joaquin Church. The church is a Roman Catholic church built in 1869 which boasts a militaristic theme. Its facade features an intricate carving of the Spanish victory over the Moroccan forces during the battle of Tetuan.  Next, you will go to Guimbal Church, built in 1774 and one of the oldest churches in the country. This yellow sandstone church is made from adobe stones called igang and coral stones from Guimaras, a nearby island province from Iloilo. Its two-story facade is decorated with twin round pilasters adorned with floral carvings. Its four-storey belfry used to be a watchtower during the Spanish occupation against the Moro pirates. After that, you will then visit the famous Spanish-colonial Molo Church, built in 1831 with a neo-gothic style. Known as a “feminist church” because of 16 women saints that are perched in its aisle pillars that you will see from the inside. The centerpiece of the church is a retablo of Sta. Ana, the patron saint of Molo.  You will have your sumptuous lunch at your choice among Camina’s Balay na Bato, Breakthrough’s, or Tatoy’s. Afterward, you will go to the Tigbauan Church, which features a Mexican facade with a seal of the Augustinian order at the center. Above it is a depiction of San Juan and an image of Santo Nino. It has one of the most beautiful interiors made of stone murals including the altar and the Stations of the cross which was created by local artists of Iloilo.     Your group will then proceed to Arevalo Church where you will find the image of Santo Nino de Arevalo, one of the oldest images of Santo Nino. The image is made of wood and devotees testify of its miracles such as healing of the sick, blessing childless couples with offspring, or saving the town from famine. There is also a tale claiming that Sto. Nino saved the town from the Moro raid.   After that, you will go to Jaro Cathedral or Church of St. Elizabeth of Hungary. This baroque style cathedral with gothic elements is home to an all-male collection of statues and the Nuestra Senora de la Candelaria or the Lady of Candles. The 400-year-old shrine of the Lady of Candles is said to be continuously growing like a living person and it is said that its glass shrine needs to be constantly adjusted because of this. The tour will end at the glorious Miag-ao Church or the Church of Saint Thomas of Villanova,  famous for its artistic carved facade of St. Christopher carrying the Christ Child and was designated as one of the best examples of a Baroque Church in the Philippines. It is also included in the list of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Join this spiritual journey and a little side trip to history on this one day Pilgrimage Tour of Iloilo City. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
10hours
Available:
All year
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Iloilo Food Trip | La Paz Batchoy and the Best of Iloilo Cuisine

Join this food trip tour and get a taste of the best culinary offerings of Iloilo that locals and tourists alike keep coming back to for more.  Your Iloilo culinary adventure starts when your local tour guide picks you up at your hotel in Iloilo City. You will then be taken to the La Paz Public Market, home of the famous Netong’s La Paz Batchoy. It's a humble restaurant but don't let appearances fool you, this place has got a long history of cooking up the tastiest batchoy in Iloilo. Slurp on that bowl of piping hot rich broth made by hours of slow cooking marrow-rich bones. A filling bowl of authentic La Paz Batchoy includes fresh egg noodles called miki, pig innards, mixed with local ginamos or shrimp paste, and topped generously with fried garlic, crushed chicharon (pork cracklings), and egg.  Your next stop is also located in La Paz Public Market, just a few step’s away from Netong’s, the also famous Madge Café, where you can get your morning dose of freshly brewed coffee. They source their coffee beans from the northern parts of Guimaras, a nearby island province from Iloilo.  Afterward, you will go to De Ocampo’s to have your own freshly made barquillos, another famous Iloilo snack.  After that, you'll make your way to try out the humongous steamed buns of Roberto’s Siopao. This siopao is the perfect pasalubong for your loved ones, or for a heavier snack for yourself when in Iloilo. Unlike other siopaos, their version has unusual ingredients to complement their rich asado and bola bola filling.  They offer a variety of siopao from the regular pork adobo with egg to the King and Queen siopao which contains bacon, Chinese sausage, and chicken-pork adobo with egg. If you're still hungry, lunch will be served at either Breakthrough or Tatoy’s depending on your choice. These are the well-loved family restaurants of locals in Iloilo. Next, you will have a quick sightseeing at Casa Mariquit and Jaro Church.  Better leave more space in your stomach because your next destination is at the district of Molo to taste the popular pancit molo at Kap Ising’s Pancit molo is a local wonton soup dish made with pork and shrimp-filled wontons, a rich chicken broth, topped with fried garlic. Next you'll be taken to the Molo Mansion Café that serves dessert made of fresh coconut, dragon fruit, and a flower called Blue Ternate Ice Cream. The tour will end with a pasalubong or souvenir buying spree at the Original Biscocho Haus. You can’t leave Iloilo without bringing some of these toasted bread crackers with butter and sugar. Fill your stomach with love from the culinary treasures of Iloilo with this food tour. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
All year
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Iloilo Heritage Town | City Tour with Transfers

Visit Iloilo City’s historic sites and heritage towns in this half-day city tour. This is perfect for those wanting to get a deeper insight of the city’s heritage and culture. Your day begins when your driver picks you up at your accommodation in iloilo City. Along with your guide, you'll make your way to your first stop, Iloilo City Hall, for a photo opportunity. You will visit next the streets of Iznart and General Luna. Listen as your guide discusses the significance of this commercial center dating back to the American regime. While in the area of General Luna, you'll see Casa Real, which was once the Old Capitol building of the province during the American Period. This landmark also served as Kilometer Zero of the city. Afterwards, you will visit Lopez Heritage House. Marvel in its beauty as this site is a National Historical Landmark. In fact, it was dubbed as the Queen of Heritage Houses in Iloilo. This mansion shows the extravagant lifestyle of the province’s rich during the American Colonial Period. You'll visit La Paz Public Market next. Here you can find local products and souvenirs unique to the province of Iloilo. Buy locally-made products you can bring to your friends and family. Enjoy different cuisines unique to the province if you want. Learn about the process of their business by interacting with the locals. Your last stop will be at the popular Millionaire Row, where you'll be seeing Sanson y Montinola Antillan House. A visit to this heritage house will give you a glimpse of how luxurious the old lived during their times. Learn about the history and culture of Iloilo by visiting their heritage town. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
6hours
Available:
All year
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Bohol Countryside and Panglao Island | Combination Tour with Guide

Hit two birds with one stone in this combination tour in Bohol. Combining popular tourist destinations with the island of Panglao and the countryside of Bohol, this private tour is perfect for first-timers in the province. Your tour begins when your driver picks you up at your hotel in Panglao. Once your guide briefs you on the safety regulations, you’ll shortly make your way to the Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary located in Corella, in the interior part of Bohol. This tourist destination preserves the endangered tarsiers where over a hundred of these primates live. Enjoy looking at them and take photos, but make sure to turn the flash off to not scare them. You’ll also visit Bilar Man-Made Forest, a scenic road lined up with mahogany trees. You can take photos here if there are no cars passing by. Next, you'll make your way to Loboc River Cruise where you'll have your sumptuous lunch while enjoying the scenic views of the river. Afterward, you’ll visit one of the prime tourist spots in Bohol, the Chocolate Hills. It’s a breathtaking natural wonder because that turns brown during the dry season, hence its name.   You’ll visit Baclayon Church next, also known as La Purisima Concepcion de la Virgen Maria Parish. It’s an old church founded by the Jesuits, and is the second oldest church in the province. Afterward, you’ll drop by the Blood Compact Monument to see the enjoining of Spaniards and Filipinos in the past. Your driver will bring you to Panglao Island next. While here, you’ll visit Dauis Church, one of the churches in the country with sophisticated, European-style architecture. Bohol Bee Farm, which is your next destination, is the tourist spot where you can learn more about its species. Lastly, you'll go to Hinagdanan Cave, which is one of the mystical tourist spots on the island. Enjoy spelunking your way inside the cave, marvel at the various stalactites and stalagmites, and appreciate different rock formations before your driver brings you back to your accommodation in Panglao. Have a fun day ahead of you in this exciting combination tour in Bohol. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Motag Living Museum in Aklan | Pickup and Dropoff from Boracay

Delve into Aklan’s cultural heritage when you join this private excursion to Motag Living Museum. If you want to immerse yourself in the Filipino culture and see the past come to life, this interactive museum tour is perfect for you. After your driver picks you up at your hotel in Boracay islands, you’ll be traveling all the way to Aklan, where your tour boat awaits. Along with your guide, you will hop on the boat that will take you to Motag Living Museum. Make sure to listen to the detailed instructions to avoid any mishaps during the tour. Aklan is known for its pristine islands, specifically Boracay, but only a few really know how rich the heritage of the province is. Luckily for tourists, there is an interactive cultural expo showcasing traditional crafts, local farming methods, folk songs and native delights in a small barangay called Motag. It is none other than the Motag Living Museum. Compared to other museum excursions where the main goal is for you to learn its culture through paintings and artifacts, here you will be interacting with the locals; immersing yourself in the culture by visiting their homes. From traditional plowing to traditional rice milling, you’ll be able to try that and more in this interactive museum escapade. Their preserved heritage is so rich, you’ll be able to feel like you’re a part of it. While on the site, you’ll be eating traditional snacks that are sure to satiate your appetite. You will also be able to take photos not only of yourself but a group photo with the cultural performers. Enjoy the cultural immersion before your driver brings you back to your accommodation in Boracay islands. Join this heritage excursion in Aklan to get to know the province more aside from its powdery, white-sand beaches. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
4hours
Available:
All year
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National Museum Complex and Intramuros Half-Day Guided Tour

Discover Philippine artistry, history, and heritage in Manila’s museums that will take you back in time. If you're a history enthusiast and a fan of the arts, then this private tour is tailored perfectly for you. The day begins as your driver picks you up from your accommodation in selected areas of Metro Manila. Along with your guide, you'll make your way to the first destination – the National Museum. With collections from fine arts, archaeology, ethnography, and national history, the museum showcases Filipino talent and the country’s evolution over time. The museum features works of the country’s national artists, including the largest painting in the Philippines, with a size of 4.22 x 7.675 meters, by Juan Luna — Spoliarium. Another one of the museum’s highlights is the Manunggul Jar, a cultural treasure from 895 – 775 BC. It is a burial jar that signifies the beliefs of ancient Filipinos in the afterlife. The National Museum also recently opened the National Museum of Natural History – showcasing the country’s diverse flora and fauna which includes more than 10 galleries on plants and animals. Your next stop will be The San Agustin Church Museum. It displays a broad collection of religious art pieces, icons, furniture, and clothing that dates back from the 16th century. In the museum, you will see a 3,400-kilogram church bell that was taken down in 1927. With its extensive collection of artworks and historical value, no wonder it's marked as a UNESCO World Heritage icon. On your last stop, you'll visit Casa Manila. This 18th-century Museum is actually a 2-story house that is designed like a typical house from the 1800s. The facade of the house will make you feel as though you’ve been transported back in time, particularly during the Spanish colonial period, especially with the interior of the museum. It also features a café and a souvenir store that you can visit after the tour before we take you back to your hotel. Prepare yourself for a journey back in time in the Philippines. Find out more about the fascinating treasures and artifacts from the Pearl of the Orient. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Iloilo Culture & Heritage Shared Day Tour | With Transfer and Guide

Get to know the city that’s known for its food, fiestas, and culture in this half-day tour of Iloilo City. If you’re a history buff who also wants to try a city’s food and appreciate its culture, this trip is definitely perfect for you. Your guide will pick you up from your accommodation within Iloilo City. On the way to your first destination, you will be briefed on the day’s itinerary and what to expect from each stop. You will be given a running tour of the Millionaire’s Row of Jaro where you will see houses of the country’s richest families like the grand Nelly Garden of the Lopezes, the heritage houses of Sanson-Montinola and Ledesma, and the Lizares Mansion which is now an Angelicum School. The first drop-off will be in the district of Jaro where you will find the Jaro Cathedral Church or the Church of St. Elizabeth of Hungary. It is an all-male church where you will find a collection of male saints inside. The only female among them is the statue of Nuestra Senora de Candelaria (Lady of Candles) that is perched on a glass shrine on the facade. The statue of the lady made from limestone is said to be continuously growing and that its container needs constant adjustment.  You will then head to Casa Mariquit, a well-preserved 216-year-old Spanish ancestral house that showcases Ilonggo architecture and the story of the Ilonggo old rich Javellana and Lopez families. Don’t forget to take pictures by its ventillanas (windows).  After which, you will get to enjoy a quick snack and pasalubong at the Biscocho Haus and a stroll at Esplanade before heading to a barquillo-baking activity at the Deocampos. From there, you will head to Calle Real next, a street named in honor of Dr. Jose Rizal, which is home to the province’s important building such as the Lacson Ancestral House and Masonic Temple. You will also check out Fort San Pedro that protected Iloilo from the Moros and the Muelle Loney, as well as one of Iloilo’s most beautiful streets, General Luna. For lunch, you will be given a choice to either head to Breakthrough’s or Tatoy’s where you can enjoy the city’s local cuisine. Join this budget-friendly tour and learn of the rich culture and heritage of Iloilo City. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
All year
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Binondo Chinatown Manila Walking and Food Guided Tour

Join this half-day tour and savor in a melange of vibrant colors, aromas, rich culture and history of Binondo. Dubbed as the oldest Chinatown in the world, it was built in 1594 and became the center of commerce and trade in the Philippines. Now, the district is considered one of the most popular food hubs in the metro. Whether you’re a foodie or a history enthusiast, this tour is a fusion of food tasting and storytelling perfect for every traveler. Head to Binondo Church for the start of the tour. This iconic church, also known as Minor Basilica of St. Lorenzo Ruiz was built in 1596 for Chinese settlers who converted to Christianity. With a Spanish or European Baroque architectural style, the church features a five-tier Chinese style bell tower, an original 16th-century structure. Go inside and appreciate the interior of the church adorned with huge paintings in the ceilings and the altar modeled after the St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican. Next stop, delve into the streets of Binondo and have a taste of different Chinese cuisine from dumplings, hopia, noodles, and lumpia. While learning about the district's history and rich culture. Witness how these foods became an essential part of the history of Binondo. Explore the main streets of Binondo like Ongpin Street, Chinatown’s main street and the Queen of Manila’s street – Escolta. Discover the best way to travel by having a taste of Binondo. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
4hours
Available:
All year
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Half-Day Historical Intramuros Manila Walking Guided Tour

Pack light and bring out your camera for a half-day walking tour around the Walled City of Intramuros in Manila. If you’re a history enthusiast, this tour is a perfect portal to one of the most historic sites in the capital of the Philippines.  You will meet your tour guide at the Fort Santiago entrance gate. Fort Santiago is one of the most important historical sites within Metro Manila. Built by the Spanish conquistador Miguel López de Legazpi in 1571, Fort Santiago served as a defensive fortress for then newly established city of Manila. During your tour, go on a scenic walk around the fort which boasts impressive architecture and extensive military history. Learn about the last remaining days of our National Hero Dr. Jose Rizal in Fort Santiago before his execution - from learning about the original copy of “Mi Ultimo Adios” to Rizal’s vertebra damaged by the firing squad. You will also find eerie dungeons just outside the Rizal Shrine which were used as prison cells during World War II. Pay your respect in the memorial cross built for the victims at Fort Santiago. You'll head next to the iconic Manila Cathedral. Also known as the Manila Metropolitan Cathedral-Basilica, this church has been a venue for papal masses in the country with Pope Francis in 2015, Blessed Paul VI in 1970, and St. John Paul II in 1981.  After exploring the cathedral, explore the cobblestone streets of Intramuros by a kalesa or a horse-drawn carriage ride. Visit the Memorare Manila 1945 monument built to commemorate the lost lives during the Battle of Manila. Cap off the tour with a visit to Casa Manila, a museum that resembles a 19th-century mansion. The two-story museum depicts the colonial lifestyle featuring paintings, furniture, tableware, and books from the Spanish Era. Get ready to explore the Walled City of Intramuros and discover why it's a must-visit culture space in the country. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
3.5hours
Available:
All year
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Museum Hopping Private Tour in Baguio | With Transfer and Guide

Admire the creativity and artworks of local and National Artists by partaking in this museum escapade in Baguio City. This private tour is perfect for those wanting to enrich their cultural appreciation by getting a clearer picture of the city’s past. The private shuttle will pick you up at your accommodation in Baguio City. Once the guide and driver arrives, you will get a brief introduction about the day’s activities and will immediately make your way to the first place of interest, BenCab Museum. BenCab Museum is one of the most famous museums not just in Baguio but in the Philippines. Owned by National Artist of the Philippines for Visual Arts Benedicto Cabrera or BenCab, this museum showcases the beautiful pieces made by him, as well as indigenous and contemporary artworks from local artists. The museum is also a good place to take pictures because of its distinct design and architecture that displays the region’s heritage. You will visit Aguinaldo Museum next. Built in 1985, this destination has interactive displays where you can learn more about the former President of the Philippines and other historical figures. You will also see the first Philippine flag during your visit. Next, you'll arrive at the Historical Core in Camp John Hay. This tourist spot acts as a reminder of the terror created by the Filipino-American-Japanese war during World War II. The relics and artifacts will inform you about some key events that happened during the past. You can also see the Bell Amphitheater here, which features a manicured lawn garden and an abundance of flora and fauna, which is one of the main reasons why a lot of couples get married here. Make your way to Tam-awan Village and discover the rich culture of the region. Weave in and out of the traditional huts in the village. If you have time, participate in an art workshop that takes place in the complex. Enjoy the views and commune with nature during your stay. Enrich your knowledge about the city at your last stop, Baguio Mountain Province Museum. This museum contains displays, exhibits, and dioramas of the history of Cordilleras. You will see traditional clothes, depictions of local traditions and events, and relics used by indigenous peoples. Hop in this museum tour and discover the rich heritage of Baguio City. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
9hours
Available:
All year
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Baguio City Culture and Countryside Tour | Guided Day Trip

Immerse yourself in the art and heritage of the Cordilleras in this private guided day tour. This is perfect for those who want to enjoy the best attractions in and outside of Baguio City in just one day. Wait for your driver to pick you up at your accommodation in Baguio. Your tour guide will be there to brief you about the day’s excursion before you go to your first destination, Tam-awan Village. This artist’s hub is known for its Ifugao-style traditional houses and various art displays. Feel the artistic vibe and creative energy generated in this place during your visit. Test your courage next when you enter the infamous Diplomat Hotel. This retreat center-turned-lodging house is pretty well known for its ghost stories. Despite its reputation, it is still a popular attraction because of its picturesque appearance. Don't worry; there won't be any banging windows or doors while you're on the site! Maybe. From there, go on a mini-pilgrimage to the Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto, a must-visit not only for the religious ones but also for those who love sightseeing. Located at Mirador Hill, the grotto provides spectacular views of the city. Visit the Bell Church next and admire its one-of-a-kind Chinese style architecture. This popular tourist spot was founded by the Filipino-Chinese organization in Benguet. Appreciate the inscriptions, gates, and the features of this place before heading to your last stop. The Easter Weaving Room provides you with insights about the local handicraft industry. You will also get to see weavers at work. Make sure to buy souvenirs -- their cloth products are topnotch! -- before your driver brings you back to your accommodation. See the best of the City of Pines in this whole day tour of Baguio City. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
9hours
Available:
All year
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The Best of Baguio Attractions | Guided Day Tour

See the best of Baguio City in a day in this value-for-money tour package. If you don't have a lot of time in the City of Pines but want to see its best tourist attractions, this tour is for you. You will be picked up at your accommodation in Baguio City early in the morning. The guide will give you a brief rundown of the day's itinerary while on the way to your first destination. A place frequented by both locals and tourists alike, Mines View Park is the best place to be for a bird’s eye view of the mountains of Baguio. Aside from sightseeing, you can also rent traditional clothing here and have a quick photo opp. You can also buy carved artifacts as souvenirs at the nearby shops. From there, you will head to Camp John Hay for a relaxing few hours. Take a walk amid the pine trees and admire the picturesque views. There are some hiking trails you can follow if you feel like forest bathing. Commune some more with nature when you stop at Wright Park and Burnham Park. These two green spaces are a refreshing break from the frenetic pace of Baguio City. You will also go to Session Road to experience the local vibe. Have fun shopping; a lot of ukay-ukay (thrift shops) can be found along this stretch of (busy) road. You will check out Baguio Cathedral, St. Joseph Church, Baguio Museum, Good Shepherd Convent and the renowned Philippine Military Academy next. You will also visit The Mansion, the official summer residence of the Philippine president. Your last stop will be Centennial Park. Also known as Baguio Botanical Garden, you will see here a variety of flowers, Igorot huts, and indigenous sculptures. Get ready for a whole day of sightseeing in Baguio in this value-added day tour package. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
9hours
Available:
All year
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Cultural Baguio Private Day Tour | With Lunch and Transfer

Experience the creative energy and rich history of Baguio with a trip to its museums and villages. This cultural tour is for those wanting to marvel at indigenous artworks and handicrafts while participating in a convenient yet enriching tour of the city. Visit the BenCab Museum to admire the art made by Benedicto Cabrera and other local artists. Explore the Tam-awan Village to see traditional huts and structures, and maybe even participate in a workshop. Go to the Woodcarver’s Village to marvel at indigenous artworks and handicrafts. Your driver for the tour will pick you up at your accommodation in Baguio City. Once settled, your tour guide will assist you and provide a brief overview of the day’s activities as you make your way to the first destination, Woodcarver's Village. Woodcarvers Village, also known as Itogon's Woodcarvers Village, is a popular attraction in Baguio City. Here, you will learn about the skill, craftsmanship, and creativity of the indigenous groups. You will also be seeing detailed carvings of humans and animals that provide a glimpse of the richness of the region’s culture. You will be making your way to BenCab Museum next, which showcases contemporary and indigenous art pieces made by national artist Benedicto Cabrera. He is not only known in the Philippines but in other parts of the world as well. Enjoy the paintings, exhibits and artistic vibe of the museum. The complex is also an ideal place for photography because of its noteworthy structures. Afterward, you will visit the renowned Tam-awan Village. Feel the creativity flowing through this artist’s enclave; walk around and learn about the local’s way of life. Enjoy the artworks made by the region’s artists as those will provide you with an overview of the cultural story of the Cordilleras. Your last stop is at Asin hot spring, a tourist spot adored by the locals. Enjoy its calming waters and let it soothe your muscles and de-stress. Feel invigorated before your driver drops you off at your accommodation. Baguio City is the gateway to the Cordilleras it is also a cultural hub that provides you with a glimpse of the region’s heritage. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
9hours
Available:
All year
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Museum Hopping in Baguio | Guided Half-Day Tour

Get a deeper insight into Baguio City’s rich history and heritage by booking this half-day museum hopping tour. This trip, which will take you to both interactive and static museums, is perfect for history and culture lovers. On this tour, you will not only learn about the city’s history, but also the whole of Cordillera. The villagers in the mountains still remain elusive to tourists, so get a glimpse of their lifestyle through the museum displays. You'll meet your guide with your driver who will pick you up at your accommodation in Baguio. First, you will visit Baguio Mountain Province Museum. Here you will learn about the fascinating lifestyle of the Igorot people. Expect to see bolos (machete) of the Kalinga Headhunters, the mummification process of the Ibaloi Tribe, and an actual Kabayan mummy. After learning about the Igorots, you will head to the museum inside the Philippine Military Academy next. From the Battle of Quingua (Bulacan) led by Gregorio del Pilar in the late 19th century up to the post-war period, this museum has it all. Have a leisurely stroll within the area and take some pictures before you head to the Historical Core in Camp John Hay. This place is a witness to the gruesome Filipino-American-Japanese war during World War II. Walkthrough the Historical Trail to learn about the pivotal role of Camp John Hay during the war. Visit the Cemetery of Negativism for a good laugh; this place is not an actual cemetery, but a burial site for negative emotions. Your last stop will be the Aguinaldo Museum. It is an interactive museum dedicated to Emilio Aguinaldo, the first president of the Philippines. Included in its collections are memorabilia of other Filipino revolutionaries. Embark on a historical-educational journey with this guided half-day tour in Baguio City. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
4hours
Available:
All year
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Baguio Art and Museum Tour | With Hotel Pickup & Drop-Off

Learn about the history and culture of the people in the highlands in this guided tour of Baguio's museums. This join-in trip is for art enthusiasts, history buffs, and those who want to appreciate the rich heritage of the City of Pines. Your driver will pick you up from your accommodation in Baguio. On the way to BenCab Museum, your guide will brief you on the day's itinerary. BenCab Museum houses the art collection of Filipino National Artist Benedicto Cabrera (BenCab). You will see exhibits of his paintings there, as well as crafts of the northern highlands. There are works by both veteran and contemporary artists. While at the museum, hang out at the coffee shop called Cafe Sabel and enjoy the museum’s pond, organic farm, and a mini-forest with an eco-trail. From BenCab, you will go next to Baguio Museum, which embodies the cultural heritage and history of the city. It was built to resemble a traditional Ifugao home. Inside, take a look at the extensive display of tribal artifacts from the six provinces of the Cordillera region. There are dioramas as well that provide a better picture of their communities. Your tour guide will then bring you to Emilio Aguinaldo Museum to see the first Philippine flag. It was first unfurled in 1898 during the proclamation of the country’s independence. The museum, built by Aguinaldo’s daughter and maintained by his grandchildren, is a walk-through of Philippine history. It is not only dedicated to the country’s first president, but it also pays homage to other Filipino heroes. End your day in Baguio City on a high note by visiting Tam-awan Village. It is a reconstructed Cordillera village that showcases the northern highlands’ art and culture scene. You will see there some representations of traditional Ifugao and Kalinga huts. Check out art exhibits, have your portrait sketched by talented Baguio artists, and have a sip of the local coffee in the village cafe. Veer away from the tourist trails and have a look into Cordillera’s local heritage and craftsmanship with this guided tour Baguio City's museums. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
4hours
Available:
All year
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Sabtang Island Day Tour in Batanes | With Boat Transfer & Picnic Lunch

Get ready to explore Sabtang and its tourist attractions in this one day tour in Batanes. It is one of the only three inhabited islands in the northernmost province in the Philippines. If you want spectacular views and learning about the culture and traditions of the Ivatans, this day trip is for you. You will be picked up from your accommodation in Basco and taken to Ivana Port. From there, you will board a faluwa, a traditional boat without any outriggers, for an exciting ride going to Sabtang Island. Once you get there, you’ll make your way to visit key spots via a cogon-roofed vehicle. Marvel at the stone houses in the village of Savidug. Built to withstand the strongest typhoons, the houses are a testament to the Ivatan's strength and resilience. Head next to one of the best views in Batanes: Chamantad/Tinyan Viewpoint. It is one of the most popular spots for sightseeing and picture taking on the island. Take a short trek through the rolling hills towards the cliff to get a panoramic view of the open sea. You will stop by a rustic church in Chavayan Village next. Buy souvenirs from local weavers who make the vakul, the traditional headgear of the Ivatans. From there, you will make your way to Morong Beach, one of the most photographed spots in Sabtang. This scenic white sand beach contains a natural unique rock arch formation right on the shore. Indulge in a festive lunch right by the beach while appreciating the scenic view the place has to offer. Many tourists who have visited Batanes claim that you haven’t really experienced the province if you don’t spend at least a day on Sabtang Island. Once you see how beautiful it is, you will understand why! Immerse yourself in this culturally enriching island tour of Sabtang in Batanes. Check the booking availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
12hours
Available:
All year
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Pilgrimage in Baguio | Marian Devotees Tour

Go on a journey of self-discovery and enlightenment by visiting miraculous Marian shrines in Baguio City. This private tour is perfect for travelers wanting to enrich their faith while spending a peaceful day among devotees. After being picked up at your accommodation in Baguio City, your tour guide will inform you of the day's itinerary. You will first visit the grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes. It is a Catholic shrine commemorating the visions of Virgin Mary by a French girl in the city of Lourdes, France. You will be given time to pray and take on the panoramic view of the area. From there, you will proceed to the shrine of the Lady of Brown Madonna, a church cave located in Asin Road. The shrine, while it is quite small, is a good place to meditate and say thanks. Head over to La Trinidad, Benguet next to see the shrine of Our Lady of Covadonga. The image was crowned by the diocese of Baguio and Benguet in 2005. According to locals, it helped foster the faith of the people because of the miracles credited to the shrine. After having lunch, your tour will continue to Our Lady of the Bleeding Heart of Mary. This marble statue of the Blessed Mary once attracted hundreds of devotees back in 1979 when it was reported that there was blood overflowing from the exposed heart of the image. Devotees have formed a group called the "Missionaries of the Bleeding Heart of Mary." Wrap up your pilgrimage tour by going to the Our Lady of the Atonement Cathedral, better known as Baguio Cathedral. The rose-colored church with twin spires stands on top of Mt. Mary Hill and offers a panoramic view of the city’s landscape. After taking the time to pray and contemplate, you will head back to your hotel. Be at peace and reaffirm your faith by going on this religious tour in Baguio City that includes a convenient hotel pick-up and drop off. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
6hours
Available:
All year
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