Sightseeing Tours
Take your time in exploring the different cities and provinces of the Philippines with these sightseeing and walking tours. Stroll along the historic Calle Crisologo in Vigan or visit Bilar’s Man-Made Forest in Bohol. Get up close and personal with the Philippines' best attractions.

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Take your time in exploring the different cities and provinces of the Philippines with these sightseeing and walking tours. Stroll along the historic Calle Crisologo in Vigan or visit Bilar’s Man-Made Forest in Bohol. Get up close and personal with the Philippines' best attractions.
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Baguio City Pilgrimage for Marian Devotees Half-Day Tour with Lunch

See the religious sights of Baguio City with this pilgrimage around the summer capital’s Miraculous Marian Shrines. This is the perfect tour for those looking forward to a peaceful and less strenuous trip while enjoying the sights around the historic grotto sites and churches in the city. You can choose to join the morning or afternoon. Once your driver picks you up within Baguio City, you will head to Our Lady of Lourdes. You can find a 252-step stairway in this church, where you can pray and meditate as you ascend to the grotto at the top. The church is typically packed with devotees seeking the blessing of the Virgin Mary during Sundays and Holy Week.  From there, you will be taken to the Lady of Brown Madonna, which is also referred to as the ‘Shrine of the Brown Madonna.’ Originally built to connect La Union and Baguio City, the shrine now stands as a place of prayer and worship for devotees and tourists. After offering a little prayer at the shrine, you will stopover for lunch at one of the local restaurants.  The tour then continues at Our Lady of Covadonga, which houses one of the most venerated Marian images in the country, The Lady of Covadonga (‘The Queen of Benguet’). A number of miracles were reported upon her arrival in the province, promoting the site as a place of faith in the mountain province.  Your next destination is the main pilgrimage destination in the city, Our Lady of the Bleeding Heart. The shrine continues to attract devotees ever since the image shed blood in 1979. Devotees here are called ‘Missionaries of the Bleeding Heart of Mary.’ Your day tour will then end at the Our Lady of Atonement, also known as the ‘Baguio Cathedral’. This church is located on top of a hill and deemed as one of the most frequently visited churches in the city. Here, you can also see Session Road and Baguio’s skyline.  Get in touch with your inner faith within Baguio City’s miraculous Marian shrines with this half-day tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
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Baguio City Museum and Art Village Tour with Transfers

Explore Baguio City’s museums and art village with this full-day guided tour. The Summer Capital of the Philippines is home to a considerable number of museums that will surely hook both art and history enthusiasts.  After getting picked up within the city, you will begin the tour with a visit to BenCab Museum. This four-level museum is the home of National Artist Ben Cabrera. Here, you can view his art collection, workshop, exhibits, galleries, and other interesting art pieces. BenCab Museum also houses the Café Sabel. The shop serves fresh and signature food and brews straight from BenCab’s organic farm.  Continue your artsy tour with a visit to Tam-awan Village, also known as the ‘Garden in the Sky.’ Here, you can view reimagined Ifugao houses and get acquainted with Baguio’s indigenous designs and traditional artistry. Built by Chanum Foundation, Inc., the village aims to promote awareness regarding the environment and preserve the cultural heritage of the Cordillera Region. Feel free to also join the creative workshop and learn from the local experts. From the village, you will stopover for lunch at one of the local restaurants in the area. Afterward, you will get the chance to walk through history lane at Emilio Aguinaldo Museum. This interactive museum is home to exhibits where you can relive the national events and get to know the heroes that shaped the country’s history. End the creative tour at the Baguio Museum, where you can immerse yourself with the rich heritage of the city. Built in 1975 with design inspirations from Ifugao architecture, each floor of the Baguio Museum covers various stories and structures to let you know the beginnings of the city.  Treat yourself to a day of art and fuel your imagination at Baguio City. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
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Bacolod Silay Full-Day Heritage Tour | With Lunch and Transfers

See firsthand the beauty of Bacolod with this Silay heritage tour that will bring you a taste of the city’s rich culture. This tour is ideal for those looking forward to enjoying the history, ancient traditions, and great food of Bacolod in just one go. You will be picked up by your tour guide within Bacolod City. Once all is settled, you will head to your first destination, the Provincial Capitol Building and Lagoon. The capitol building has played a significant role in shaping the history of the province as it was where the Japanese Imperial Army headquartered during World War II.  From the capitol, you will next go to Balay Negrense, an ancestral house that now serves as a museum. It is considered the first-ever museum established in Negros Occidental province. Around 300 meters from Balay Negrense is another ancestral home in the area, the Ramon Hofileña Ancestral House. Although one of the heirs of the house resides here, he still personally tours guests around the old building. The Pro-Cathedral of Silay and the Mini Ruins are both within easy reach from the ancestral houses. Known by locals as San Diego Pro-Cathedral, it is considered the only dome church in the North and the only pro-cathedral in the Philippines. After offering a short prayer in the church, you will stopover for lunch at one of the seafood restaurants in the area. After lunch, you will be taken to Cinco De Noviembre Tag Point. This is where the locals celebrate the day of Negros to mark the revolution of the Negrense in 1898 against Spanish colonial rule. From there, you will drop by Balay ni Tana Dicang, an ancient house made of rocks. Not only is this place known as an old mansion, but its heritage dishes, of which some are still served, are frequently visited.  Around five kilometers away from the old mansion is The Ruins, another family house that has a dark history during the occupation of Japan. Once you finish exploring the area, you will be taken to the shopping center of Bongbong and Merci and the El Ideal Bakery to grab some souvenirs and pastries before going home.  Take a dive into the fascinating Bacolod Silay history and heritage with this one-day tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
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Bacolod City Half-Day Guided Tour | With Lunch and Transfers

Get to know the city of Bacolod with this one-day guided tour around its most iconic attractions. From landmarks and old attractions to renowned hotels, this city tour is the perfect option for those who wish to discover the rich culture and heritage of the province. A designated driver will pick you up within Bacolod City. Once settled, the local guide will relay to you the day's exact route, beginning from San Sebastian Cathedral. Once made of plain wood, this parish church was reconstructed in the latter part of the 1800s. It’s built of coral rocks and hardwood, producing a minimalist exterior but an elegant bodywork. It is now the seat of Bacolod's Roman Catholic Diocese. Just across the church is the Bacolod Plaza. Built in 1927, it was once the home of the Spanish Colonial Government but has now been transformed into a public park used for religious, leisure and social operations. The plaza is the traditional venue of the Masskara Festival's street dancing contest. Within the plaza is a pavilion, a miniscule convenience store located in the middle of the premises, which, since the Spanish times, has served as a success point for different operations.  Before continuing to the next half of the tour, you will stop over for lunch at the famous Manokan Country. Here, you'll be feasting on the tasty chicken inasal variant of Bacolod. Afterward, you will continue to the next part of the tour, starting with the Tower of Pope John Paul II, a seven-story building dedicated to the late pope. From the tower, you can choose to stop over at the Gallery of Masks, where you can see a wide range of hand-crafted masks and clothing. The gallery also offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy a pleasant painting activity, where you can paint your own face. There is a small fee collected at the entrance of the gallery.  After exploring the Gallery of masks, you will head to the Museum of La Guerta and Vintage Glass, home to a collection of various old lenses. Your next stop is The Ruins. Constructed in 1920, this is a mansion built to commemorate Maria Braganza, the wife of a wealthy sugar baron in the village. Your trip will end in Bongbong's or Merci, two of Bacolod's most popular pasalubong (souvenir) stores. Immerse in Bacolod's best city attractions with this fun, hassle-free city day tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5 hours
Available:
All year
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2-in-1 Davao City and Beach Tour | With Transfer

Get your walking shoes and swimsuits ready when you embark on our city and beach tour! For an affordable rate, you get to see historical sites, visit places of worship, and spend time at the beach. Our package includes transportation, boat transfers, and tour guide/coordinator services. From your meet-up area, our transport will be waiting to take you to the first stop, Kadayawan Village. Located at Magsaysay Park, the cultural village features reconstructed homes of the Lumad and Moro tribes. It's a glimpse of the history and way of life of these indigenous and Moro groups.  Next up is a visit to the city's Chinatown. The 44-hectare area is considered as the largest Chinatown in the country. Beyond the red entrance arch are shops, restaurants, and other establishments of business and leisure where Pinoys and the Chinese community peacefully co-exist. From here, you will be taken to San Pedro Cathedral, also known as Saint Peter Metropolitan Cathedral. It's the oldest church in Davao City and also recognized as a National Cultural Treasure. If you're a design fan, you will surely love the frontal-curved structure at the cathedral's facade, part of its distinctive Spanish-style architecture. What's a city tour without a visit to a famous monument? The Commemorative Monument of Peace and Unity in Poblacion district. Marvel at the depiction of the different indigenous people in their native outfits along with the city's migrants.  Up next is a Buddhist worship experience at Lon Wah Temple, also known as Longhua Temple. It's one of the biggest Buddhist temples in the country. Make sure to feast your eyes at the White Italian Marble Buddha and the Buddha with the thousand hands. What's the best way to spend the time before a hearty lunch? Eating artisan cheese for appetizers! at Malagos Farmhouse, your taste buds will surely delight at the high-quality artisan cheese that is slowly gaining recognition abroad. Don't leave the farmhouse without sampling their famous feta cheese, as well as their Chevre, Blue Peppato, and Blush cheeses. After a sumptuous lunch, you will head to Paradise Island and Beach Resort for some much-deserved ocean time. Make good use of this break to swim, snorkel, and dive at the resort's private beach area. If you get hungry, there's a restaurant located on the shoreline where you can indulge in local and international cuisine.  Get your fill of history, food, and nature with our 2-in-1 Davao Gulf Adventure. Check the dates above to confirm your availability.

Duration:
7 hours
Available:
All year
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Iloilo Mystery House Night Tour | With Dinner and Transfer

See a different side of Iloilo as you take a spine-chilling tour around the city’s age-old houses and historical landmarks. If you’re a thrill-seeker and adventurous type of traveler who fears nothing and wants to discover the town’s mysteries, then this trip is a definite must-book. After your guide picks you up within Iloilo City, you will be taken to you first stop, Casa Real, the old provincial capitol building of Iloilo during the Spanish era. Built in 1840, this historic establishment was also used by the Japanese forces during the Second World War. From there, you will be heading to the century-old provincial jail of Iloilo that has now been transformed into a museum. This former penitentiary, which dates back to 1911, now houses five galleries showcasing the history of Western Visayas.  After exploring the museum, you will learn about peculiar encounters in Iloilo’s heritage houses, one of which is the Eusebio-Villanueva mansion. This well-preserved house is located close to many government offices like the Provincial Capitol. Within four kilometers from the mansion is another ancestral home, the Sanson y Montinola Mansion also known as Antillan House. This beautiful heritage house can turn into a spooky destination at night with its hallways and antique furniture that have not been touched for years.  From there, you will be visiting the Jaro Cathedral. Built in 1864, this Baroque-style church with gothic elements will surely look more haunting at night. You will also hear more fascinating stories as you visit the American Cemetery of Iloilo. It is believed that the cemetery was developed as a burial ground for Americans in the province during the latter part of the American occupation. After ghost hunting in the cemetery, you will take a trip down memory lane with the 215-year old Casa Mariquit. Dinner will be served to you before you return home.  Experience the mysterious side of Iloilo with this exciting Mystery House tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5 hours
Available:
All year
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Guimaras Island Tour | With Lunch and Transfers

Prepare your cameras and sunscreen and join this whole day tour of Guimaras Island. Located from the southwest coast of Iloilo City, this province is home to the sweetest mangoes in the world. If you want to explore the provinces and islands near Iloilo, then this tour is for you. Your tour will start after your guide picks you up from your accommodation in Iloilo City. Then, you will be riding a boat to Guimaras Island. Upon arriving, you will be heading to the Smallest Plaza, located in Jordan, Guimaras. With a size of 200 to 300 square meters, the Smallest Plaza was once awarded by the Guiness Book of Records.  Next, you’ll be heading to Pitstop, a famed restaurant in the province because of its delectable Mango dishes, specifically the Mango Pizza. Enjoy a sumptuous dining experience before moving to your next destination, the Trappist Monastery. Meditate at the peaceful and sacred grounds of the Trappist Monastery, the only one run by monks in the country. Buy souvenir items and delicacies like mango flavored jams, biscocho, pies and mango bars. Known as the home of the sweetest mangoes, your trip to Guimaras won’t be complete without a visit to the Mango Farm. Enjoy the white sand beach and turquoise waters of Raymen beach resort. Take a dip and swim in the cool waters of the beach resort before moving to your next destination, the San Lorenzo Wind Farm. Consisting of 27 wind turbines, this wind farm is the first in the Visayas and it helps reduce the region’s greenhouse gas emissions.  Next, you’ll be heading to GTEC pasalubong to buy souvenirs and local delicacies of Guimaras. After a day of touring, spend time at Nagtago beach and enjoy its grainy, cream-colored sand on your toes. Prepare your bathing suits and sunblock as you visit Ave Maria Islet where you can snorkel and see diverse marine life and multi-colored corals. Get a chance to witness swimming turtles in Turtle Island and to last but not the least, be amazed with the natural rock formations of Pirate Cave. Fall in love with Guimaras and discover its hidden beauty with this whole day tour. Check the availability by choosing date above. 

Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
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Iloilo City Heritage Half-Day Tour | With Guide and Transfers

Discover why Iloilo City is dubbed the City of Love with this half-day heritage tour around the city’s historical and cultural sites. If you’re interested to get an in-depth understanding of Iloilo’s culture and history, then this tour is for you. Your excursion begins right after the designated tour guide picks you up within Iloilo City. You will be making your way to Jaro, the Business District of Iloilo, where your first destination, Casa Mariquit, is located. Located inside a small tree-lined street, this heritage house is a two-story private home owned by the Javenalla and Lopez family. It is considered as the oldest ancestral home in the province.  A kilometer away from the house is Jaro Cathedral. Built in 1864, the church is the first of its kind to be declared a National Shrine in the Visayas and Mindanao area. Travel back in time as you step inside the 200-year-old church and pay a visit to the miraculous image of the Lady of Candles. Afterwards, you will be passing through the Millionaire’s Row of Jaro where you will see sprawling mansions of the province’s richest families. See more of Iloilo’s historical structures as you explore Casa Real, the old capitol building of Iloilo. You will also be passing by Muelle Loney, Iloilo’s river wharf, and Fort San Pedro, the city’s first frontier. Witness the grandeur of Molo Mansion, a significant historic house in Iloilo, that now stands as a souvenir shop. Just across the street from the mansion is Molo Church, a neo-gothic church built in 1831. From the church, you will be taken to the Deocampo's, a family-owned bakeshop in Iloilo that has been in operation since 1896. If you're lucky, you will get to witness how Barquillos are skillfully made in the bakery. This crispy rolled wafer pastry originating from Spain is a popular delicacy in the province. Learn more about Iloilo City's history as told by its mansions, churches and historical sites with this half-day heritage tour. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5 hours
Available:
All year
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Iloilo Heritage & Countryside Private Full-Day Tour with Lunch

Discover Iloilo’s culture and history with this countryside sightseeing tour that will take you to the most iconic attractions in the province. If you’re visiting Iloilo and want to explore the top land attractions in the province in just a day, this tour is perfect for you. A designated guide will pick you up in Iloilo City. You will then make your way to your first destination, the San Joaquin Church. Built in 1869, this Roman Catholic church is made from quarried limestones retrieved from the mountains of Iqbaras. From there, you will be heading to the San Joaquin Cemetery, also known as Campo Santo. This historic cemetery sits on a hill, where you can get a good view of the nearby sea. Around two kilometers away from the cemetery is Garin Farm, the site of the famous 455-step stairway. These stairs lead to the Pilgrimage Hill, a depiction of heaven on earth represented by white statues everywhere.  After exploring the farm, you will drop by two other churches in the area, the Guimbal Church, made from yellow sandstone, and Tigbauan church, depicting a unique Latin-American Architecture. Nearby is another one of your stopovers, the Taytay Boni, an 1854 stone bridge made up of large yellow coral stone slabs. After taking photos at the old bridge, you will head next to Miagao church, a UNESCO world heritage site renowned for its artistic sculptural relief carved on its façade. Lunch will then be served at either one of two famed restaurants in the area, Breakthrough and Tatoy’s. You also have the option to dine at Camiña Balay na Bato, a well-preserved 1865 heritage house that now serves as a historical site and restaurant. The tour will then continue to Mama’s Kitchen and Sinamay House, a well-preserved ancestral house that also acts as a museum and pasalubong (souvenir) shop. From there, you will pass by the Millionaire’s Row (home of the richest families of Iloilo) and Jaro’s business district as you make your way to the Jaro Cathedral. It is known as an all-male church except for the statue of the Lady of Candles displayed at the center. You will also be taken to Casa Mariquit, the oldest heritage house in the province.  Some of the other points of interest you will be visiting include the Esplanade, Calle Real, Fort San Pedro, Muelle Loney, and General Luna Street. The last stopover will be at the Molo Mansion and Molo Church before you head over to the Biscocho Haus to buy some Iloilo’s famous delicacies to take home. Learn more about Iloilo with this whole day heritage and countryside sightseeing tour. Check availability by choosing a date

Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
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Iloilo Farms Private Full-Day Tour with Lunch and Transfer

Go beyond your usual itinerary and jump into a much-needed break from the city as you explore greener pastures in Iloilo. Enjoy a fun and eco-friendly experience while learning about the basics of farming with this whole day farm exposure tour around the province’s countryside.  After your guide picks you up in Iloilo City, you will be taken to the farm in Orchard Valley. Established in 2002, this farm not only promotes organic farming, but it also supports responsible tourism. While visiting the farm, you can try their fresh produce, such as dairy, home-grown vegetables and herbs, and fruits that are in season. From there, you will be heading to Santa Barbara, where you will see the famed Catmon Tree. A living symbol of Santa Barbara, the Catmon Tree has thick, green foliage with distinctly big white flowers. It is also where the town was first named after before it was changed to Santa Barbara. While in the town, you will also visit the Santa Barbara Irrigation Dam made in 1926. It is the first gravity irrigation in the Visayas region and is the oldest irrigation system in the country. The next stop is the Damires Hills Tierra Verde Farm Resort. Aside from lush greens and thriving vegetation, this leisure farm also offers exciting activities, including a zipline, ATV rides, and a bungee trampoline. With over 40 hectares of land, this resort is one of the most significant contributors to the tourism industry of Iloilo. The tour will end at Ephrathah Farms, a 7-hectare farm resort sprawling with various greenery and rolling hills. Ephrathah has a model farm that guests can visit. This large land boasts of their famed “Red Lady,” papaya, lakatan, and dragon fruit. There is also a fishpond, greenhouse, vegetable garden, mini-zoo, aquaculture, and livestock in the vicinity.  Immerse yourself in nature and learn more about farming with this whole day tour of farms in Iloilo. Check the booking availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
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Iloilo City’s Best Cuisine Half-Day Food Tour with Transfer

Fill your day with food and memories with this half-day gastronomic tour of Iloilo City’s best dishes. If you’re the type of traveler who likes to get to know a place through its food, then this tour is the perfect choice for you.  You can choose to take the tour in the morning or in the afternoon, depending on your schedule. After your guide picks you up in Iloilo City, you will head to the La Paz Public Market, where Netong’s Batchoy is located. Here, you will get to try the original La Paz Batchoy. This noodle soup is made of pork meat and innards, Miki noodles, crushed pork cracklings, and toasted garlic. Every sip of the hot, oily soup brings warmth and comfort to every traveler. A quick walk around the market will take you to the Madge Café, locally known for its freshly brewed coffee. This family-owned coffee shop is a popular breakfast place in Iloilo, thanks to its affordable meals and locally sourced coffee. From the shop, you will be traveling either to Deocampo’s Bakery to witness how the crunchy wafer rolls, called Barquillos, are made; or to Roberto’s, to grab a bite of the famous King Siopao. Next, you will try out Kap Ising’s Pancit Molo, a local wonton soup made with pork and shrimp dumplings, chicken broth, and topped with fried garlic. You will then stop over at Casa Mariquit and Jaro Church for quick sightseeing before heading off to lunch. You can choose to dine at either Tatoy’s or Breakthrough, that both serve exceptionally sumptuous meals. From your choice of restaurant, you will head next to the Molo Mansion for some dessert. Here, you can try the Blue Ternate Ice Cream made with fresh coconut, dragon fruit, and a flower called Blue Ternate. You can stroll around the Molo Church, as well, while enjoying your ice cream.  Before the tour ends, you will be dropping by the Original Biscocho Haus, a favorite pasalubong house in Iloilo, where you can buy souvenirs and Ilonggo delicacies. After all, you can’t leave Iloilo without its famous pastries, like the classic Butterscotch. Satisfy your hunger with the culinary treasures of Iloilo with this Food Tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5 hours
Available:
All year
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Bohol Countryside Tour | With Transfers and Buffet Lunch

Come along and discover some of the best tourist attractions found in the province of Bohol. Get to experience eating on a floating restaurant and have a close up meeting with the tarsiers when you join this day trip.  The tour will begin as your guide picks you up from your hotel lobby, you will head first to your first stop which is the popular Blood Compact Monument and get to learn the history of its monument before you head to Baclayon Church, the oldest church in Bohol built in 1593, where you can find different religious statues and church items from the different years. From Baclayon Church, you will head next to Butterfly Garden where you can learn the life cycle of a butterfly. You may also ask some of the caretakers to help you hold a butterfly for a good photo opportunity. Then, you will pass by the python sanctuary where you can get up a close interaction and even get a photo opportunity with the harmless pythons.  Following your wildlife visit, you will proceed to Loboc and board one of its floating restaurant for a hearty buffet lunch. Enjoy your food, the fresh air, and the good view of the greenery while cruising to the river before you go on with your tour.  After lunch, ready your cameras as you meet up with the world’s smallest primates when you visit the Tarsier Sanctuary, you’ll be able to learn about the tarsiers with the help of the tour guides who’ll also assist you in finding the tarsiers. Take photos, but make sure not to disturb the tarsiers on their sleep!  You will then have a quick stop at the Man-Made Forest in Bilar for a photo opportunity and also have a firsthand experience visiting a kilometer full of Mahogany trees. Following your visit to Bilar is a stop to the Bamboo Hanging Bridge. Feel free to take creative photos at the bridge before you proceed to your last destination.  Capping off your day trip will be a visit to the famous Chocolate Hills. See the 1,268 cone shaped hills that has been famous for turning brown every summer. You can climb up their 213 steps to their view deck and get a panoramic view of the chocolate hills before you return to your hotel. Discover the popular tourist spots in Bohol when you book this trip. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Bohol Firefly Watching Tour | Free Hotel Transfers and Guide

Make your Bohol adventure unforgettable when you encounter the fireflies at night as you sail through Abatan River in one of your nights in the province. This tour is perfect for nature-lover couple who are looking for a romantic place to try out and for travelers who may want to find a serene place in Bohol. The trip will begin as your guide picks you up from your accommodation within Panglao in the late afternoon. You will head straight to Cortes where the Abatan River is located. Abatan River is known for being home of the most varieties of Mangroves found in the Philippines.  Upon arrival, you will head straight to one of their receiving areas as you take a moment to listen to the reminders of dos and don’ts before you start your firefly watching adventure. After the short orientation, your life jackets will be distributed to you before you board a small boat to start your Abatan River cruise.  While on board, you will be able to easily find the bunch of lights of fireflies as they can become very visible at night that will definitely give you a magical experience. If you are an experienced night photographer, you might even get yourself a lucky souvenir of a beautiful photo while on this tour!  The tour usually lasts up to an hour, and with the help of your guide, you will be able to learn and hear stories about the Abatan River and the surrounding Mangroves that has been preserving the river for years and even giving it a healthy eco system.  Dedicate one of your nights in trip to spend it with the fireflies to enjoy this wonderful one-of-a-kind experience when you visit Bohol. Check availability by choosing a day above. 

Duration:
3 hours
Available:
All year
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Bohol Vita Isola Relaxing Day Tour | Free Lunch and Transfers

Immerse yourself and spend the day to discover and experience the island life. If you wanted to have a true island living experience even for a short time, this day tour is perfect for you.  Vita Isola means “Island Living” and that is what this day trip has to offer – giving you a memorable Bohol trip experiencing a true island living. To start your experience, you will be picked up from your hotel within Panglao and head straight to Loon, Bohol where the leisure farm is located. Upon arriving, you will be welcomed by the relaxing ambiance away from the city noise with their farms, animals, and even the waters. Immerse yourself and have a rolling tour inside Vita Isola and take fancy photos that tells story in your trip before you continue with your farm tour activities.  The trip will give you access to some of Vita Isola’s facilities and will give you complimentary Organic and Farm Animal Tours. Your first tour will be a visit to their organic farm, you will be able to learn more about organic farming and may even try to plant or harvest yourself!  Proceed to meet and bond with the farm animals in the next tour. Feed the goats, play with the bunnies and even encounter a turkey, quails, and chickens who made Vita Isola their home. After, you will be served a complimentary island style and fresh lunch to replenish your energy from your earlier activities.  Following your lunch, you will be given enough free time to explore the place on your own and try some of their optional activities at your own expense like Kayaking, Swimming, and availing their Mangrove Tour to make the most out of your visit. Afterward, you will be dropped off at your hotel.  Hop on board to enjoy your day living the island life when you book this trip. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Lake Danao and Pineapple Plantation Tour | Pickup and Dropoff from Tacloban

Get ready to enjoy the picturesque scenery of Ormoc City with this day trip to Lake Danao and Pineapple plantation. If you’re looking for a fun and relaxing tour in the province of Leyte, then this trip is perfect for you. The tour begins after your driver picks you up from your accommodation in Tacloban. Then, you will be traveling to Ormoc City proper where Lake Danao is situated. Your guide will orient you along the way on the day’s itinerary. Lake Danao National Park is a protected area in the province of Leyte. It is considered as Ormoc City’s most popular tourist attraction. This guitar-shaped lake is surrounded by lush forests and the Amandiwin mountain range, providing a scenic backdrop for visitors. You may settle down and relax on your floating cottage while enjoying a sumptuous lunch. Feel the cool breeze while admiring the scenic view of Lake Danao. Aside from sightseeing and taking pictures, you may also enjoy swimming, kayaking or fishing. You can also check the Lake Danao Viewing Deck to see the breathtaking view of the entire lake. Afterwards, you will be heading to the Pineapple plantation, where you will witness the vast pineapple fields of Ormoc. Don’t forget to try their famous “Queen Pineapples,” freshly picked out from the plantation. They might be smaller in size, but every slice is sure to be sweet and juicy. Take Instagram worthy photos as you stroll around the plantation’s vast surroundings. Have fun exploring this renowned tourist spot. You may also interact with the farmers and learn about their daily experiences in the farm. End the day relaxed and full from the day’s activities as your driver safely takes you back to your accommodation. Don’t miss out on Ormoc’s beautiful destinations by booking this tour. Check the booking availability by clicking on "choose a date" above.

Duration:
11 hours
Available:
All year
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Tacloban City Tour | With Private Land Transfer

Make the most out of your trip in Tacloban City in this half-day sightseeing tour. This trip is perfect for travelers who want to immerse themselves in the city’s best tourist spots. Your tour begins when you are picked up from your accommodation in Tacloban city. Then, you will be traveling to your first destination, the Sto. Niño Shrine and Museum. One of the most visited spots in the city, this historical shrine and museum is known to contain a vast collection of art pieces and artifacts collected during the Marcos regime. Then, you will proceed to MacArthur Landing Memorial Park, where life-sized statues that commemorates the landing of former US General Douglas MacArthur. Learn about the historical significance of this landmark before moving to San Juanico Bridge. It is said to be the longest bridge in the Philippines that stretches from Samar to Leyte across the San Juanico strait.  From there, you will be going to the Eva Jocelyn shrine, a memorial built in remembrance of the people who died during typhoon Yolanda. Eva Jocelyn was a part of the shipwreck that ran aground in Tacloban, killing the residents of the area.  After paying your respects, you will be heading to Sto. Niño church. Sto. Niño is the patron saint of Tacloban city, and this church is home to the miraculous image of the Senyor Santo Niño. Then, you will be going to the Leyte Provincial Capitol, the seat of power in Leyte. This historic building located in Tacloban was once the location of the Commonwealth Government of the Philippines.  Next is the Tacloban Astrodome, also known as the Tacloban Convention Center, an indoor arena that has a seating capacity of 4,500. Last but not the least, you will be stopping by the Pasalubong center, where you can buy souvenirs and delicacies before getting dropped off at your accommodation. Enjoy a hassle-free tour in Tacloban City with this sightseeing tour. Check the booking availability by clicking on "Choose a date" above.

Duration:
5 hours
Available:
All year
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Baguio Countryside Tour | La Trinidad Strawberry Farm, Philippine Military Academy, Tam-awan Village

Discover the fascinating aspects of Baguio City’s countryside. Get in touch with nature as you immerse yourself with the local culture in a different kind of way.  See more of Baguio City when you explore its other sides apart from the famous landmarks and tourist spots. Begin the 4-hour tour by enjoying a fantastic road trip with your peers within the majestic and calm landscapes at the Kennon Road Zigzag Viewpoint (formerly known as Benguet Road and also known as Rosario – Baguio road). After an exhilarating trip, you can visit the Philippine Military Academy, where you can view the aspiring cadets perform daily drills, visit the museum, and see historical military weapons such as tanks. If you’re lucky, you can also chance upon its parades, exhibitions, homecoming, graduation celebrations, and other events.  Continue your tour by knowing Baguio’s rich weaving history at Easter Weaving Room. Here, you can witness for yourself the natives of Mountain Province perform the traditional weaving process as well as buy souvenirs and view their showroom of ethnic clothing and various stuff. After orienting yourself with Baguio’s weaving traditions, get to experience a cultural eco-tourism adventure at Tam-awan Village in Pinsao Proper, where you can see reconstructed Ifugao houses with a blend of indigenous design and refined Cordilleran craftsmanship. You can also dwell in their various lodging options and try the creative workshop to learn the artistic ways of the locals.  Finally, end the tour with a famous and well-loved activity: pick fresh strawberries at La Trinidad Strawberry Farm with the whole family. Baguio City is known for its fresh produce of vegetables and fruits, with strawberries as one of the main offerings. You can also buy strawberry-flavored goods to bring home a taste of Baguio.  Experience the countryside of Baguio City like never before. Reserve your tour and book with us today.

Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
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Baguio City Half-Day Tour | The Mansion, Mines View Park, Camp John Hay and More

Discover the Philippines’ summer capital famous for its cool climate, stunning landscapes, food and shopping trips, and rich heritage. Baguio City is truly one of the must-visit towns when in the country. This tour is for everyone who wants an escape from the hustle and bustle of city living.  Visit Baguio’s top scenic spots such as The Mansion where you can see the historic summer palace of the previous Presidents of the Philippines and stroll among the vast gardens. A few minutes from The Mansion, you can relax at the Mines View Park where you can marvel at the lush scenery, chase sunsets or sunrises, and do various activities such as trying on traditional Ifugao tribal clothes and various photowalk opportunities. If you’re looking for a different kind of souvenir to bring home, Ibay’s Silver Shop is the place to be. Here, you can own a piece of Baguio’s silver accessories and other types of local keepsakes.  Complete your Baguio City tour when you discover its notable historical places and its stories to tell. Start your trip down memory lane with a visit to the Camp John Hay Historical Core, a former recreational spot for US Armed Forces, where you can have a glimpse of the city’s history as you stroll at the Liberty Loop, Cemetery of Negativism, Bell Amphitheater, Bell House, Secret Garden, Panagbenga Flower and Totem Pole, and History Trail. End your half-day tour with a visit to the Baguio Museum and Burnham Park, the city’s most popular park and museum where you can have an immersive experience. Boat around the lake, bike around the track, or unwind within its gardens while tasting strawberry-flavored taho and more.  Go on a special kind of escapade at Baguio City with this half-day tour. Reserve your tour and book with us today. 

Duration:
3 hours
Available:
All year
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Dumaguete City and Pulangbato Falls Day Tour | Free Hotel pick-up and Lunch

Come along and experience the natural wonders of Dumaguete. This combination tour is perfect for those wanting to visit historic sites before taking a dip in one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the province — Pulangbato Falls. Your guide will pick you up from your accommodation within Dumaguete. Once settled, your guide will discuss to you the day's itinerary. You will head first to Siliman University, the first American university in the Philippines established in 1901. Its sprawling campus and youthful vibe has given this seaside university town its unique character . You will then proceed to Rizal Boulevard and enjoy the panoramic promenade and bayview. Next is a visit to the century old stone church, St. Catherine de Alexandria Church and the Dumaguete Campanario, the oldest belfry in the province.  A sumptuous lunch will be waiting for you at Lab-as Seafoods. For the second part of the tour, you will visit the Pulangbato Falls, popular for its reddish rocks. Our guide will give you enough time to take a dip if you wish, take photos, and walk around. Cap off your day tour with a relaxing dip in the nearby hot spring. Afterwards, you will be dropped off at your hotel in the city proper. Discover Dumaguete City’s cultural heritage by visiting its popular historical spots and enjoy an afternoon in the countryside visiting the waterfalls and hot spring. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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East Catanduanes Day Tour with Breakfast | Falls, Beach and City Sightseeing

Get ready for a well-planned travel trip in and around East Catanduanes to experience a real adventure. Have tons of exciting and unforgettable memories with your friends and family as you tick off the best places on this tour one by one. Pack your trek shoes for a fun hiking trip to Binurong Point, one of the highlights of this trip. The hike takes 20 minutes to reach the top, which makes it a perfect first stop for your morning exercise and to get you up and rolling for the rest of the agenda. This growing popular hiking destination provides cinematic views that tourists and locals alike have compared to what Batanes offers.  Another destination of interest in this package includes Maribina Falls, a magnificent waterfall cascading of beauty. You can take a moment to chill here and admire its lush nature.  You can also visit St. John Baptist Church. It is also known as Bato Church, to admire its mortar and coral limestone facade that can withstand intense storms. It’s the oldest church in the province and has stood the test of the most violent natural calamities, which makes it all the more interesting to visit. Other places to visit included in the tour are Batolay Shrine, PAGASA Radar Station, Balacay Point, and Puraran Beach. Although you may start the trip a little late, it’s recommended to get the ball rolling early in the day at around 5:00 AM. If you won't do any surfing at Puraran Beach, the tour can conclude by noontime. This gives you more time to rest and relax, and probably get some sleep. If you think this package is your missing piece for your trip to Bicol, book now! The tour includes air-conditioned land transfers, a tour guide, entrance fees, and breakfast. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Legazpi City Albay Scenic Sites Private Half-Day Tour | Mayon, Cagsawa Ruins, & More

Explore the top sites in Legazpi City, Albay and find out what the city holds beyond the world-renowned Mayon Volcano. This adventure is for those who wish to discover more interesting sites in the area aboard a private air-conditioned vehicle in just half a day. A private transportation will be available for you and will pick you up at your hotel lobby in Legazpi City. You will travel to the west until you reach a site near the foot of the famous Mayon, which is called Ligñon Hill Nature Park. Atop the hill, you can see the scenic view of the entire Legazpi City, as well as the iconic cone-shaped volcano. You will descend the hills afterward and move on to your second stop, the Japanese Tunnel. In this part of the tour, you will travel back in time as your tour guide fills you in on the history and stories of the tunnel.  Your next stop is Cagsawa Ruins. Here, you will be able to see the bell tower of the 16th-century Franciscan church, the only remaining structure after the tragic eruption of Mayon in 1814. You will also visit the ruins of Daraga Church erected atop a hill. You will be amazed at the structure’s majestic features and fall in love with the panoramic view it offers. You will conclude the trip with a stop at Legazpi Boulevard. As one of the most picturesque roadsides in the Philippines, this site promises a spectacular vista of the sea and Mayon in the north side.  See Legazpi City’s most iconic attractions and learn about its history. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
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CamSur Provincial Tour | Exploring Religious Sites

Jump aboard this one-day excursion to see what beautiful sites lie within the boundaries of the home of the world’s smallest fish, Camarines Sur. It is a perfect package for those wanting to discover the mystery and culture of the colorful province, all while learning the locals’ deep religiosity and fervor and seeing more CamSur. As your will be coming from Legazpi, you will do some stops prior to heading to Camarinus Sur. First stop, Kawa-Kawa Hill in Ligao City. The site boasts of its relaxing atmosphere where you can enjoy the unobstructed view of the entire city, its nearby towns, as well as the famous Mount Mayon. Also, you will see larger-than-life statues of the Stations of the Cross here, along with various types of plants and trees, and even animal sanctuaries. After a rejuvenating stop, you will head to the Pancit Bato factory – a producer of the town’s unique noodle. The factory is packed with block-shaped noodles, ready for distribution. About an hour away from the factory is the Holy Rosary Seminary, the oldest Christian educational institute that houses lots of seminarians. Once in Naga City, you will be dropping by home of the region’s patron saint – Our Lady of Penafrancia. The statue of Our Lady of Penafrancia is housed in a church named after her. Here, you will see neoclassical designs and numerous Christian symbols. Right after that, you will make a stop at the Naga Metropolitan Cathedral. Established with a Spanish-Romanesque style, the church features high arch, beautiful ceiling paintings, retablos, and stained glasses, among others. Lastly, you will check out CamSur watersports complex – a cable park designed for wakeskating and wakeboarding. Once you've had your fill of the wake boarding fun, head back to Legazpi City. Join this tour to know more about the province’s religious and adventurous side. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
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Bicol Food Trip & Cooking Experience with Legazpi City Top Attractions Day Tour

Complete your Bicol excursion with this ultimate gastronomic experience in Legazpi City, Albay that will make your vacation even more memorable. This tour is a perfect choice for food lovers and those who are into learning new recipes of authentic dishes in the Philippines. Transportation will be waiting for you at your hotel lobby. You will be taken to the different sights of Legazpi City - Cagsawa Ruins, Daraga Church, Lignon Hill, and Legazpi Boulevard. After visiting the best sites, the fun part of the tour comes next. No Bicol trip is complete without having a taste of their delectable local cuisines. Thus, you will conclude your trip trying out the place's iconic and exemplary dishes. When it comes to the best and most unique food in the country, Bicol soars to the top in the list. The region is known for its use of coconut and chili on their cuisine. Their dishes are also excellent representations of the diverse cultures that make up the region. What's more exciting is that you will not only taste a few of the region's specialties but also learn how to cook them the traditional way. The steps and ingredients will be provided to you, and an experienced cook will be guiding you throughout the activity. As soon as you finish your homemade dish, dig in and savor the distinctive taste that Bicol prides on. This culinary experience and all the eating will be a great end to your tour. Add some spicy flavors to your Bicol adventure with this food and city tour in Legazpi. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
6 hours
Available:
All year
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Best of Dumaguete City and Countryside Day Tour | Free Hotel Pick-up and Lunch

Get the best views of the city and the surrounding countryside of Dumaguete when you visit the local spots and landmarks of this seaside city and adjacent towns of Valencia and Bacong. This private tour is perfect for those wanting to know more about this university town's cultural heritage. The first half of the tour will begin with your guide picking you up from your hotel. You will be taken to your first stop — Silliman University. Known as one of the oldest American-established University in Asia, you may visit the University’s anthropological museum during weekdays to see artifacts from the indigenous Negritos and Islamic ancient period. From Silliman, you will head next to Rizal Boulevard where you can enjoy the panoramic promenade and bayview. Then, you will proceed to century old stone church, St. Catherine de Alexandria Church and the Dumaguete Campanario, the oldest belfry in the province.  You will also have a short visit to the city’s Public Market for some local scents, sounds and flavors. We will drive by the Provincial Capitol, Freedom Park and Claytown Pottery, on our way to the Sidlakang Negros Village where you can find arts, crafts and other souvenirs made by the locals. A sumptuous lunch at Lab-as Seafoods will be served to recharge you before heading to the second part of the tour. In the afternoon, you will head to Valencia’s Forest Camp, and the Cata-al War Museum, where you can see hundreds of artifacts and memorabilia from World War II. From Valencia, we drive down to Bacong to visit the century-old San Agustin de Hippo Church and its historic pipe organ. Last stop will be at the Negros Oriental Arts and Heritage Center, a factory and showroom for locally made stone crafts, before we take you back to your hotel. Appreciate Dumaguete’s cultural heritage and it's countryside as you spend your whole day knowing their city and history. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Frequently Asked Questions

About Sightseeing Tours

Aside from islands and beaches, your Philippine trip will not be complete without seeing some of its best tourist attractions! These sightseeing/walking tours are a great way for you to know more about the Philippines’ history and culture.

1. Where are the best sightseeing/walking tours in the Philippines?

Each destination in the Philippines has its own rich history and culture that you can see and experience in walking tour experience. To name a few, you can visit Intramuros in Manila, take a stroll along the historic Calle Crisologo in Vigan, Ilocos Sur, or visit the Bilar Man-Made Forest in Bohol.

2. What should I wear for the tour?

During the dry months of December to May, the Philippines is sunny and humid during the day so we recommend you to wear breathable and comfortable clothes. During the rainy months of June to November, it’s best to have a light jacket or windbreaker with you to keep you dry and warm. You can check our destination travel guides for the climate and weather and recommended clothes to wear. 

3. How long does the tour last?

Sightseeing/walking tours run usually between 4-8 hours. Some would have shorter or longer duration depending on the number of attractions you will visit in the tour.

4. Do Philippine sightseeing tours include food and drinks?

Most sightseeing/walking tours include free lunch or snacks and drinks. Some tours include visiting local restaurants serving authentic Filipino food. To be sure, always check the description and inclusions of your tour before booking.

5. Will there be tours during rainy or bad weather?

Most sightseeing/walking tours are land-based and outdoors. Tours will most likely proceed unless there is a storm in the area. Make sure to stay in contact with your tour operator for updates.

6. How many destinations are we going to?

It varies in your chosen tour’s itinerary. Most sightseeing/walking tours have at least 5 destinations included. You may check destination details in the highlights section of your chosen tour’s description.

7. Will there be stopovers to rest during the tour?

Yes, there will be time for bathroom breaks and even souvenir shopping for some tours.

8. What are the things I should bring?

Bring an umbrella, hat, sunglasses, water and of course, a camera to take snapshots during your tour.

9. Will the tour end where it started?

It will depend on the tour that you’ve selected. Some tours will bring you back to the meet-up point but for tours with free pickup, you will be dropped off at your respective hotels after the tour.