Pilgrimage Tours
The Philippines has a long history of religious influences. From the advent of Islam in the 14th century to the rise of Christianity during the Spanish colonial period, these influences have left a treasure trove of historical structures and artifacts. See them all in our pilgrimage tours.

Pilgrimage Tours

The Philippines has a long history of religious influences. From the advent of Islam in the 14th century to the rise of Christianity during the Spanish colonial period, these influences have left a treasure trove of historical structures and artifacts. See them all in our pilgrimage tours.
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Pilgrimage Tour | A Visit to Cavite’s Churches

See the religious side of Cavite with this guided tour of the beautiful churches found in the province. This budget-friendly trip is packed with picturesque structures and interesting stories that would appeal to everyone who loves to indulge themselves in the history of iconic pilgrimage sites in the country.  Your tour will start with an early-morning pick-up at Mall of Asia and a road trip to the city of Bacoor in Cavite. You will stop by the St. Michael the Archangel Parish, one of the oldest churches in the province established in 1752. This church is well-known for its distinct interior marked with the brown and gold theme and decorated with statues on the altar and pictures depicting religious scenes. You will head next to Imus City to visit the Our Lady of Pillar Parish Immaculate, a church made entirely of bricks and stone. You will see that the church’s façade resembles that of the fifth Manila Cathedral. You will be given enough time to explore the interior of the church to offer prayers and donations before you leave for your lunch at a local restaurant.  After eating, you will make your way to Nuestra Señora de Candelaria in Silang. Inside, you will see the remarkable simplicity of the church, with only shiny chandeliers and three retables adorning the interior. From Silang, you will be taken to Maragondon to visit Our Lady of Assumption Parish. Here, this church features an octagonal pulpit, three retables, and a wooden door carved with different designs. Up next is St. Mary Magdalene Parish in Kawit, the second oldest church in Cavite. You will find here an orange-brick façade, a four-story bell tower, three gold-and-white retables, and chandeliers hanging from above. Before heading home, you will drop a visit to the Diocesan Shrine of St. Augustine in Tanza. You can also explore the museum located beside the church. Learn more about the Caviteños’ faith in this one-day pilgrimage tour around the province’s historic churches. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8hours
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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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Bohol Pilgrimage Tour | Whole-Day Church Visits

Explore all the best churches in Bohol as you travel around the province on this affordable tour filled with its rich history and combined with its striking architecture. This tour is for everyone who wants to go on a sightseeing expedition, all while enjoying the religious side of the province. You will be picked up from your hotel and will be driven to Baclayon to start your expedition. The town is home to one of the most widely visited churches in the province, Our Lady of Immaculate Conception. The structure is considered to be one of the oldest in the Philippines as it was completed in 1727. It is said that 200 forced laborers built the church and used coral stones and egg whites in the construction. Next, you will travel to Albur to visit the Sta. Monica Church. The majestic edifice is known for its strong arches supporting a passageway that connects the church to the convent which is characterized as “de grandes dimensiones”. What sets Sta. Monica apart from the others is its sophisticated designs and its manually-carved altar. The third church in your itinerary is Loboc Church which is the second oldest church of the province. The structure’s baroque-style façade will welcome as you arrive at the site. As you step inside, you will surely be impressed by the naïve paintings on its ceiling. From there, you will be taken to Our Lady of Assumption Parish Church in Dauis. This structure boasts of its mixed styles including Gothic. Afterward, the tour van will take you to Panglao where the St. Augustine Parish Church is located. The building dates back to the Spanish era because of its vintage style. You will see a watchtower beside it which, in fact, is the tallest of its kind in the country. You will then drop by the St. Joseph, the Worker Cathedral which is included in the first six parishes founded by the Jesuit missionaries. The last leg of the tour stops at the Holy Trinity Parish Church in Loay that has two facades, mural paintings on the ceiling depicting scenes in the Bible, three-story bell tower, and more. You will then enjoy a sumptuous lunch at a floating restaurant in Loay River before heading back to the hotel. Immerse yourself on a pilgrimage tour and get to know the famous churches in Bohol. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8hours
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All year
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Deepen Your Faith in Pangasinan | Visita Iglesia Private Tour

Reflect, pray and find hope during your Visita Iglesia trip around Pangasinan. Some of the churches are more than a century old and have a solemn and serene ambiance that helps you contemplate. Hear mass and let the voice of God touch you. Book this tour to deepen your faith and belief during the Lenten Season. Assemble at the designated meeting place and wait for the driver to pick you up. Get enough sleep because you will need to start early. Once your private transportation arrives, you will proceed to the first stop in your itinerary. Visita Iglesia is an old custom that continues today make your trip around Pangasinan meaningful by visiting seven churches. One of which is the St. Raymond Penafort Parish in Mangatarem. Feel the silence and hear the mass that will touch your heart. Experience serenity with a visit to the St. Joseph the Patriarch at Aguilar. Marvel at its stunning façade and contemplate while inside. Use the prayer guide provided to calm your soul. Feel the presence of God inside the St. Andrews the Apostle Church in Bugallon. The beautiful Baroque façade will prepare you for the prayers and reflection you will make once inside. Continue your trip to the Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Salasa hear mass and talk with the priest to uplift your spirit. Go to Sual and let peace sink into your soul while saying your prayers inside the St. Peter the Martyr Church. Block out negative vibes and just think of how God has helped and changed your life for the better. Keep hope in your heart and feel the blessing of the priest with stops at the St. Joseph Cathedral in Alaminos City and St. James the Great Church in Bolinao.  Gain a deeper understanding of your belief with this Visita Iglesia trip. Pray, reflect and seek absolution at each church you visit. Get this tour package now and go on a journey of your faith. Find a date that meets your criteria by browsing the list above.

Duration:
12hours
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All year
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Visita Iglesia Package in Pangasinan | A Journey of Faith

Deepen your belief in Christianity by embarking on a Visita Iglesia journey. This is a religious activity you can do during your visit to Pangasinan. The province has a number of old churches you can include to your itinerary. Learn more about yourself and your understanding of your faith with each stop. The tour begins with an early call time at a designated meeting place in Pangasinan. Your driver will pick you up along with your guide who'll accompany you throughout the day. The Visita Iglesia is a traditional custom wherein practitioners go to seven churches during Maundy Thursday. This is an age-old practice that dates back centuries and is carried on by devotees. The first stop of your trip is the Epiphany of Our Lord Parish in Lingayen. This church has a long history dating back to the 1580s. Delve deeper into your spirituality with a stop at the Our Lady of the Purification Church in Binmaley. Say your prayers and hear mass inside this beautiful building that was built in the late 1620s. One of your stops is the Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint John in Dagupan City. This may not have the ancient history of some of the churches in the itinerary, but it provides a solemn mood perfect for reflection. Saint Peter and Paul Parish in Calasiao offer a serene atmosphere for prayer and contemplation. Pray for wisdom and prosperity during your visit. Continue your spiritual journey at the Parish of St. Thomas Aquinas in Mangaldan, the Holy Family Parish in Sta. Barbara and the Minor Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Manaoag. Visit the old churches of Pangasinan to not just learn more about its history but also deepen your faith. Book this package today and experience Pangasinan’s spirituality. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
12hours
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All year
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Go on a Pilgrimage to Pangasinan | Full Day Package with Lunch and Guide

Lift your spirit and get blessings with this pilgrimage tour around Pangasinan. Visit different churches such as the Metropolitan Cathedral of St. John, Minor Basilica of Our Lady of Rosary of Manaoag and others. This journey of faith is perfect for those wanting to fill their hearts with hope and wants to learn more about their Christian belief. Your pilgrimage begins once you've been picked up from your accommodation in Pangasinan. Along with the guide who will explain to you the details of the pilgrimage excursion, you'll be making your way to different churches in the provinces.  Make a stop at the Epiphany of our Lord Parish to pray and contemplate. Located in Lingayen, this church has a modern exterior and beautiful interior. It may not have the old colonial charm of other churches in the province, but you are not here for that. The church gets you in the mood to open your heart to God and go on a spiritual journey. Seek blessings from the priest and let God fill you. Feel hope in the Minor Basilica of Our Lady of Rosary of Manaoag. This venerated church in Pangasinan has an ivory image of the Virgin Mary. The presence of the shrine has made this basilica a major pilgrimage site for Catholics. Pilgrims invoke the image for the needy, sick and the helpless. It is also centuries old, giving it an aura of holiness. You will also visit Epiphany of our Lord Parish, Holy Family Parish, Parish of St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Peter and Paul Parish, and Our Lady of Purification Parish to complete your pilgrimage around Pangasinan. Reflect, open your heart and fill your spirit during this trip. Get this tour package today and deepen your belief in God while visiting the beautiful churches of the province. Be blessed with each stop and pray for your loved ones. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Go on a Pilgrimage and Visit Old Churches | Cagayan Whole Day Tour with Guide

Go on a pilgrimage around Cagayan’s beautiful churches. Notable for their architectural distinction and historical value, this tour is perfect for those wanting to see relics of the Spanish colonial era while deepening their understanding of Catholicism in the Philippines. Wait for the driver to arrive at the lobby of your accommodation in Tuguegarao. Make sure to bring a camera so you can capture the churches' stunning interiors and breathtaking exteriors. Once settled, the tour guide will discuss briefly the day’s itinerary. You will first visit St. Peter Thelmo Parish Church. Notable for its baroque facade, this church is known for their religious activity called "block rosary" — a community rosary held synchronously by 10 barangays in Aparri. Continue your spiritual journey to Camalaniugan by visiting St. Hyacinth Church. Used to be an American headquarters during the Filipino-American War back in 1899, this church is one of the oldest in Cagayan. You'll make your next stop at St. Dominic Church in Lal-lo, which features an exquisite altarpiece of Jesus Christ. Contemplate inside St. Philomene Church in Alcala next. Considered by the Tuguegarao archdiocese as the biggest church under the Spanish colony, its brick-walled exterior exudes a classic and timeless ambiance. St. James the Apostle Church in Iguig, which is your next destination, is an old rustic church in which the 14 stations of the Cross are spread out on the hills, making it a scenic spot as you'll also see the view of Cagayan River. You'll make your way next to St. Peter Metropolitan Cathedral in Tuguegarao. Known for its red-brick exterior, it is the current seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Tuguegarao. Make sure to read the historical marker installed by the National Historical Institute in 1982 describing its significance before admiring its interiors. Your last stop will be at Ermita de San Jacinto, which is also in Tuguegarao. Even though it is a small church, it is admired by devotees because of its reverent and solemn vibe. Pray and contemplate with the locals as you wait for your assigned driver. This whole day trip will take you from Aparri to Tuguegarao City with stops in between to see the St. Peter Metropolitan Cathedral, St. Peter Thelmo Parish Church and others. Grab this tour package today and visit the famous old churches of Cagayan. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Pilgrimage Center of the North | Half Day Our Lady of Piat in Cagayan Tour

Embark on a spiritual journey with this trip to Our Lady of Piat in Cagayan, the Pilgrimage Center of the North. Home to the 407-year-old Black Virgin Mary, this trip is perfect for those staying in Tuguegarao.  The half-day tour starts once you are picked up from your accommodation in Tuguegarao City in the morning. You will proceed straight to the neighboring town of Piat to see the Basilica of Our Lady of Piat. This destination is home to the more than four decades old Black Virgin Mary. It is said to have been made by the Chinese in Macau and sent to the Philippines. With the presence of the Nuestra Señora de Visitacion or Black Virgin Mary icon, the church has become a pilgrimage center. Devout Catholics flock here from all over the Philippines. Upon arriving, you will be greeted with a unique arch located at the back of the church. Make sure to go to the front to see the façade. What’s unique to this site are the red bricks that comprise a majority of the church’s structure. This design is different from others in other parts of the country, where coral stone and limestone are the primary materials used. The interior of the church is typical of many old churches in the Philippines. Go around and admire them. You can pray for your loved ones, listen to Mass, or just sit and absorb the serenity of the place. Adjacent to the church is a museum that houses the relics of Our Lady of Piat. You will also see life-sized replicas of the Stations of the Cross.  Contemplate, reflect, and renew your devotion in this private tour to the Pilgrimage Center of the North. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
5hours
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All year
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Full-Day Cebu City Pilgrimage Churches Guided Tour with Transfer

Go on a spiritual journey by booking this pilgrimage tour in Cebu. With visits to the famous churches, this trip is ideal for Catholic devotees and those interested to know more about the religion and its practices and tradition. The tour begins when you are picked up from your accommodation in Cebu City and driven to St. Catherine Church for your first stop. Make sure to bring your camera to capture the stunning architecture of the sacred placed you’ll visit. The Hispanic church of St. Cartherine of Alexandria in Carcar witnessed several destructions from Muslim raiders to acts of god. The church is famous for its Graeco-Tuscan facade, which features a double-indented arched main entrance and baroque pediment. Outside, the white statues of the 12 apostles stand on the patio except for Judas, who is standing alone on a pedestal in front of the convent, painted in black. From St. Catherine, you will head to the Theotokos Shrine where you will see the giant statue of Our Lady of Family and the icon of Theotokos, a Greek translation for Mother of God. The shrine became a pilgrimage site after a miraculous dancing sun appeared when Cardinal Vidal blessed the statue. Say a prayer or light a candle for your loved ones before heading to your next stop. Next, you will pay a visit to the Simala Shrine where thousands of devotees go to see the Monastery of the Holy Eucharist and the different statues of Virgin Mary. The church is very popular among believers because it is home to the image of the miraculous Virgin and the Monks of Maria. Your last stop will be at the Archdiocesan Shrine of Blessed Pedro Calungsod. The chapel, originally dedicated to Mary, was built following St. Pedro Calungsod’s canonization in 2012. Its most distinct feature is its one hundred walls that stand at different heights and with varying widths, which gives it an illusion of transparency when viewed from a certain angle. Embark on this meaningful journey as you go around to see the architectural marvels of these churches while rediscovering the spiritual of the Queen City of the South, Cebu. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8hours
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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Iloilo Pilgrimage & Sightseeing Private Guided Day Tour

Discover Iloilo’s idyllic countryside with this private guided tour that will take you to a popular pilgrimage site and some UNESCO World Heritage churches. If you consider yourself spiritual or a history enthusiast, this tour is suited as it perfectly blends religious attractions and historical sightseeing.   After being picked up from your accommodation in Iloilo town proper, your tour guide will discuss the itinerary and points of interests that you will pass by along the way to your first stop, Tigbauan Church. This centuries-old church stands out because of its Latin American  architecture. One arresting feature is the mosaic wall showing Adam and Eve being banished from the Garden of Eden. From Tigbauan, you will proceed to Miag-ao Church. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the four churches listed collectively as Baroque Churches of the Philippines. Another notable church you will visit in Iloilo is the San Joaquin Church, listed as a National Historical Treasure.   You will head to Garin Farm next. This attraction has a unique combination of recreation, religion, and agriculture. Pilgrims flock to this place to experience walking through the path that leads to a replica of heaven. Before you reach paradise, you will have to walk through a dark path to signify earthly suffering.  Climb up the Pilgrimage Hill that leads to life-sized sculptures of nine scenes from the Bible. Take some photos of this spiritual attractions before continuing with your tour in Molo.   Molo District is a unique spot in Iloilo because of its rich cultural and historical heritage. The neo-gothic Molo Church is dubbed as a feminist church because of its all-women saints ensemble inside. Aside from the female saints, it is also famous for its red spires.   You will visit the Yusay-Consing or Molo Mansion next and be awed by its grand decor and architecture. This heritage house-museum has local delicacies and Ilonggo arts and crafts.   Cap off your day tour with a visit to Camina Balay Nga Bato. Go around the beautiful heritage house turned restaurant and have a cup of its famous tsokolate batirol before you head back to your hotel.  Appreciate some of the country's heritage churches with this private guided day trip in Iloilo. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
7hours
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All year
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Cebu City Historical Tour with Simala Shrine

Explore the rich heritage of the Queen City of the South by joining this guided tour that will take you to major landmarks in Cebu. From places of worship to historic attractions, this private day trip is perfect for those who want to get a deeper insight on the city's cultural roots. After being picked up from your hotel in Cebu or Mactan, you will head to Simala Shrine, a popular pilgrimage site located in the town of Sibonga. This church, also known as the Monastery of the Holy Eucharist, was built on a hill believed to be the site of miracles. Hundreds of Catholic devotees come here every day to pray and lift up their petitions. Non-devotees can explore the area, too, to marvel at its unique architecture that's somewhat reminiscent of European structures with its spires and life-sized statues of saints from the roof.  From Simala Shrine, you will go back to Cebu City to visit Magellan’s Cross, a historic site containing the wooden cross planted by Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan upon arriving in the archipelago in 1521. It symbolizes the birthplace of Roman Catholicism in the country. You will also see the Basilica Minore Del Sto. Niño de Cebu, the oldest Roman Catholic church in the Philippines. It is where the oldest Catholic relic in the country, the Sto. Niño de Cebu, can be found. Afterwards, you will go to the Cebu Heritage Monument where you can see a collection of sculptures depicting significant events and people in the history of Cebu. You can see carvings of the Basilica Minore Del Sto. Niño and the statue of the recently canonized St. Pedro Calungsod. You will continue on with the tour to the Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House, a structure considered to be one of the oldest surviving houses in the country. It is also said to be the oldest Chinese house located outside of China. Finally, you will check out the Taoist Temple that's popular for its beautiful exteriors and great views overlooking the city. Hop on and join this guided day tour to learn about Cebu’s colorful past. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
10hours
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All year
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Frequently Asked Questions

About Pilgrimage Tours

Find your inner peace by joining a pilgrimage tour in the Philippines. Take a closer look at some of the religious shrines, churches, and basilicas in the country. Embark on this journey of faith with your friends and family.

1. Where are the best pilgrimage tours in the Philippines?

It depends on the type of pilgrimage tour you plan to do. You can visit only one church, such as this pilgrimage tour at Our Lady of Piat in Cagayan. You can also visit many churches dedicated to one religious figure such as this Marian Devotees tour in Baguio. If you’re into discovering heritage churches, you can try this Iloilo pilgrimage tour. If you’re in the Philippines during the holy week, you can join a Visita Iglesia tour in Pangasinan.

2. How many churches and religious sites will I visit?

It depends on the pilgrimage tour. You can visit more than 7 churches, especially if you’re planning to do it during the holy week.

3. When is the best month or season to go on a pilgrimage tour?

The best month or season to visit is during the holy week, usually in the month of April.

4. How long does a pilgrimage tour last?

A pilgrimage tour can last for a full day or more depending on the tour package you availed and the number of churches you’ll be visiting. Make sure to check the description of your chosen tour before booking.

5. What should I wear during the tour?

Modest clothing is recommended. Remember that you’re entering religious sites wherein there’s a strict dress code. There are churches that might provide cover-ups for free or for a fee.

6. What should I bring during the tour?

You can bring your important belongings with you such as your mobile phone, but make sure to turn it off or put it in silent mode during the activity. Bring bottled water with you, especially if you’re going to visit multiple churches in one day.

7. Can I eat or drink during the pilgrimage tour?

It’s highly discouraged to eat or drink inside the churches, shrines, and basilicas. Don’t worry, most pilgrimage tours in the Philippines gives ample time for a snack breaks during the activity.