Manila Vacation Packages

Manila Vacation Packages

Travel to the vibrant Manila, Philippines, and its neighboring cities in metro with these vacation packages that include accommodations and transfers. Visit top Manila tourist spots like Intramuros, Rizal Park, Binondo, and more.

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Frequently asked questions

What are the best Manila tour packages in the Philippines?

A great trip to Manila package tour will include airfare, accommodations at one of the top hotels or resorts in Manila, roundtrip transfers from and to the airport, and daily breakfast. You can also look for Manila vacation packages that come with tours and activities.

What are included in Manila tour packages?

A tour package to Manila is usually inclusive of accommodations in the best Manila hotels with daily breakfast. Some packages may include airfare to and from Manila and airport transfers for a hassle-free vacation. If you’re staying for a long time, you can also book day tours from Manila.

What is the cheapest Manila tour package?

The most affordable Manila tour package with airfare from Cebu, accommodations, breakfast, and airport transfers is PHP 17,899, a 3-Day Vacation Package at EDSA Shangri-La. Prices are subject to change without notice.

What are the best Manila hotel tour packages?

There are many Manila hotel packages that you can book, but if you want a pampered hotel staycation in Manila, book a stay at a five-star hotel like Okada Manila or EDSA Shangri-La. Booking with these two hotels allows you to go on a staycation in Manila with pool, while some packages include tours to attractions like Intramuros tourist spots. For more details on where to staycation in Metro Manila, you can read our Manila travel guide.

Are there direct flights to Manila?

There are many international and domestic flights that fly directly to Manila Airport, including those from Cebu Airport and Davao Airport. For more information on flights to Manila and what to do in Manila Airport, read our Ninoy Aquino International Airport guide. You can also read our guide on how to go to Manila.

What is the best time to visit Manila?

The best time to go to Manila is from September to December, during the holiday season, as the city is more festive during this time. These months are also cooler, making it easier to go on an Intramuros Manila tour, a Manila bike tour, and explore other outdoor attractions of the city.

How much time should I spend in Manila?

If you’re planning a Manila staycation, a short visit of 3D2N would suffice, but if you want to explore the sites of the city and go on day tours near Manila, you might want to extend your stay to at least 5D4N.

What are the top tours and best tourist spots in Manila?

There are many attractions and activities in Manila that you can visit and try. If you’re looking for what to see in Manila City, you can book Intramuros tours, visit Instagrammable places in Manila, explore historical places in Manila and other places to visit in Intramuros, or drop by the different museums in Manila. Binondo, the world’s oldest Chinatown, is also a reason why people visit Manila. Here, you can go on a Manila Chinatown food tour.

The capital is also known for its shopping malls, and here you can find shops where to buy souvenirs in Manila. If you’re looking for where to go in Manila at night, Makati’s Poblacion, which is famous for its nightlife, is a must-visit. You can visit some of these attractions when you book a Manila tour. For more options, you can check our article on things to do in Manila.

Manila is also a good start point to a vacation in the Philippines, and if you’re staying in the city for a long time, you can also go to tourist spots in nearby provinces or go on a weekend getaway near Manila. Batangas, Tagaytay, and Laguna are some of the options where to go near Manila for a day tour or for a road trip near Manila.

If you want to know more about where to go in Manila or where to eat in Manila, check out our Manila travel guide.

How to get around Manila?

If you want to save money, the best way is to use public transportation in Metro Manila, which includes jeepneys, tricycles, buses, and the MRT. There are also other novel ways to go around the city. You can ride a bamboo bike in Intramuros or go on a Manila helicopter tour. If you want to know more about how to travel in Manila, read our Manila travel guide.

Is Manila open for tourism?

Yes. Domestic tourists from all over the Philippines can once again explore the vibrant attractions of Metro Manila. Take note though that the Manila travel requirements may vary depending on the Alert Level and the LGU of destination. Indoor tourist attractions are still closed.

What are the requirements for traveling to Manila during Community Quarantine?

A valid ID (preferably with your address) is required. Some establishments are only allowed to entertain fully vaccinated customers, so make sure to bring your vaccination card if you are fully vaccinated. Some LGUs may also have additional requirements for inbound travelers. Travelers above 65 years old, those with immunodeficiencies, comorbidities, or other health risks, and pregnant women are not allowed to go out for leisure purposes unless they are fully vaccinated. For more details, read our guide on the travel requirements to Manila.

Is it safe to travel to Manila right now?

Yes. It is safe to travel in Manila, but because of the current pandemic, safety measures and guidelines need to be followed. For example, Filipinos from other countries who wish to come home must quarantine in one of the accredited quarantine hotels in Manila upon arrival.