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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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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Bataan Heritage Tour | Historical Trip Around the Province

Admire the Philippine-Spanish heritage on this guided tour that will bring you back to the past. Those looking for an adventure that offers an exciting trip around Bataan’s picturesque historical structures must reserve a spot on this budget-friendly package. An expert guide and driver will pick you up in the morning at your accommodation in Pampanga/Subic Bay. You will then travel south until you reach Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. It is a 400-hectare land that houses a collection of the Philippine’s most preserved Spanish houses. As soon as you arrive at the site, you will go on a quick walking tour around Las Casas. There are over 20 old mansions in the area that go way back to the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. Each house comes from various provinces of the country, some of which are only replicas, but most are originals. Aside from walking, you will also go on a river cruise aboard a raft that will also give you a stunning vista of the casas and the brick walls and bridges. To better experience the life in the Philippines during the Spanish colonial era, you will go on a 20-minute “kalesa” ride around the area. This was the primary mode of transportation during this era. Afterward, your lunch will be served at one of the restaurants in the vicinity. As soon as you finish eating, your guide will take you to Mt. Samat. It is a historical shrine near a summit where you will find a huge cross and plenty of memorabilia from WWII and the Battle of Bataan. The site also guarantees a panoramic view of the whole Bataan province. The pasalubong center will be your last stop for the day before heading back to your hotel. Come along on a one-day tour where you can learn more about the Philippines’ history. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8hours
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All year
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Puerto Galera Tour | Island Hopping, Snorkeling, and Sightseeing in One Day

Come along on this all-encompassing tour, which will take you across the waters of Puerto Galera to experience the beautiful gems located within its boundaries. Combining three of the most exciting activities offered in the province, this trip is sure to please those who enjoy a jam-packed day under the sun. The tour van will pick you up from your accommodation within White Beach. This package offers a morning and afternoon session, so you can choose which fit your schedule best. From there, you will travel north and ride a boat going to San Antonio Island, where you will make your first stop at Long Beach. This beach features a long stretch of white, sparkling sand. The place is not typically crowded, so you can enjoy the relaxing environment it offers. After some time, you will get back on the boat and make your way to Paniquian Island to set foot on its Haligi Beach. It is a small area surrounded by a lush green forest that boasts of its cream-colored sand and crystalline water. There are cottages on the shore that you can rent for a nice picnic with your family and friends. Right after that, you will ride a vehicle going to Bayanan Beach. Like Long Beach, you will notice an elongated white-sand shore at Bayanan, complemented with calm water and peaceful surrounding. You will be given enough time to enjoy the waters before heading to the Heart Beach. You can also opt to visit Maniknik Beach/Sandbar for an additional fee. After the beach hopping, the fun part of your tour comes next – snorkeling at Starfish Island or Coral Garden. The snorkeling equipment and a life vest will be provided to you. Feel free to get up close and personal with the marine animals in the area, including colorful fishes, starfish, and sea urchins. Your tour concludes with some sightseeing around the area. Sail across the waters of Puerto Galera with this jam-packed adventure out in the sea. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
All year
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Manila City Tour with DOT-Accredited Guide | Private Vehicle Included

Get to know more of this highly urbanized city with its rich stories of history at the heart of old Manila. Arouse your curiosity with some fascinating facts, trivia and get a deeper understanding about the country during the different colonial periods. Meet up with your knowledgeable English-speaking guide at the hotel of your choice. While traveling, be able to see the different famous monuments and shrines scattered across the city to remind every Filipinos about what happened to such place and know the notable individuals, considered as heroes, and their significant contributions to the country. Arrive at the country’s major financial, commercial, and economic hub – Makati City. A premiere city for business, lifestyle, entertainment, and culture. Makati offers a variety of activities and an outstanding view of towering skyscrapers. A few minutes away from this bustling city is the Asia’s Arlington, the World War II cemetery. A private home for the reposed souls and to honor the American and servicemen who died fighting the Japanese during World War II.  Discover the highlights of this place like the graveyard arranged in a circular structure, the cemetery chapel, the Tablets of the Missing, and a Map room that educates visitors about the pattern of the Pacific countries affected by the war. This historical trip will not be complete without visiting the 400-year-old walled city – Intramuros. Within the huge walls were memories of churches, hospitals, government offices, schools, and houses which was devastated by fires, earthquakes, and war battles throughout the time. A heritage worth preserving and be shared to the world. Venture further to come face to face with the country’s oldest church that miraculously survived different catastrophes and is a final resting place for some of the prominent Spanish and Filipino people, thus making it recognized by UNESCO as a historical landmark. Top off your experience by opting to taste authentic Filipino dishes before ending your day with fulfillment and great learning of Manila’s glorious past. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8.5hours
Available:
All year
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Tagaytay Ridge Tour | Bamboo Organ & Sightseeing of Taal Lake

Have a trip down south to one of the most famous day trip destination near the metro. Considered as the most scenic city, Tagaytay offers an impressive view of Lake Taal and Taal Volcano from a mountain top of approximately 670 meters above sea level. Start the day early and depart from your hotel of choice in Manila. The trip will give you a quick visit to one of the country’s National Treasure, the historic 200-year-old bamboo organ housed at the St. Joseph Parish Church in Las Piñas.  This unique musical instrument is originally made out of 1,031 bamboo pipes that have survived since the 19th century and is still functioning. Have a dose of history as you record important events about this outstanding artifact in the Philippines. Proceed to the highlight of the trip and continue to delight your senses. The serenity of the cooler climate of Tagaytay as you head to the highest point of the province. Be mesmerized by the breathtaking, unobstructed panoramic view of the famous Taal Volcano’s natural beauty. Make sure to take lots of pictures as you encounter the Shrine of Our Lady, Mother of Fair, and a Doppler Radar station of the country’s local weather group.  Opt to explore more of this renowned tourist spot with the help of an English-speaking guide and ask to stop by on Picnic Grove, Skyranch, and local markets, as this place is also home to vast green fields and beautiful farmlands, to bring home some fresh local produce. Take a break from sight-seeing activities and dazzle your taste buds with the destination’s sophisticated culinary offerings. Explore gastronomical delights with a wide selection of most loved restaurants around the city that serves the famous, must-try Bulalo, ideal for its cold climate, and more of a satisfying dishes you can enjoy with a scenic view. Book your trip and be overwhelmed by this perfect place and great dining experience! Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
10hours
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All year
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Discover Manila’s Old and New | City Tour with Guide

See the old and new in this city tour in Manila. This is ideal for those wanting to learn about the history of the city and how it blends with the modern culture now.  Your driver will pick you up at your hotel or accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City. Afterwards, you’ll be brought to your first destination, Nielson’s Tower. Over the years, the Nielson Tower has been used as a police station, an Ayala company office and a restaurant. In 2013, the library eventually moved to its existing residence in the Ayala Museum. A year later, Nielson Tower reopened the fine dining and event venue, The Blackbird at Nielson Tower.  Next is the American Cemetery and War Memorial. The Cemetery is an ode to the soldiers who died in the Philippines, New Guinea and the Pacific. Then, you're going to go to Rizal Park. The paradise of green spaces in the midst of Manila's hustle and bustle is also known as Luneta. Here you can see people walking, family members having picnics, courting couples, girls who play chess, joggers and tai-chi practitioners early in the morning. Sunday concerts are free of charge.  Then you will visit Intramuros ' historic walled town and its tourist places, including the San Agustine Church, the Baluarte de San Diego and Fort Santiago. The Spanish occupation, which was originally designed as the residence of Spanish government officials and their family, was initially carried out by Intramuros. Then, take a rolling tour to Makati, Manila Bay and the CCP. Your guide will tell you about useful insights about those places and why it’s relevant to the locals as of today.  Seize this moment of learning about Manila’s history by joining this enriching tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
6hours
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All year
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Manila Instagram Tour | With Guide and Transfers

Take gorgeous photos for your Instagram feed by joining this Manila Instagram tour! This is perfect for millennials and photo enthusiasts wanting to feature beautiful places of the city with their friends and family.  You’ll be picked up at your meet up place in Manila. After getting briefed by the tour guide on the different regulations of the sites, you’ll proceed to your first destination — Ayala Triangle Gardens. This is the ideal place for people who want to relax, relax and get in touch with nature from the daily business. Then you're going to BGC Street and Murals. Street art or public art is a major component of urban culture. In contrast with arts in the museums, this kind of media set on the streets, walking paths and buildings enhances the public's access. Next is the Venice Grand Canal of Venice in Taguig City. It is developed by the Megaworld Corporation but owned by Mckinley and was opened during late 2015. It is a small Venice replica and offers gondola rides. After, you will then go to Intramuros for a heritage tour. Intramuros is the historic center of the Philippines and is the oldest district in Manila. It is full of Philippine cultural churches, past war landmarks, and many worth visiting eateries, hotels and art galleries.  Intramuros is a Latin word implying' inside the walls' and the area outside the walls is known as extramuros. It is where the most prominent and rich people of Manila lived in the Spanish colonial period. You will explore the great cultural walls and visit different destinations such as Fort Santiago, Baluarte de San Diego, and the Church of San Agustin.  Keep up with the trend while learning the culture of the city by joining this tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
5hours
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All year
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Corregidor Tour | With Guide and Transfers

Learn about the history and culture by joining this amazing Corregidor tour. This is perfect for those wanting to see a glimpse of the historical past of the Philippines.  Your driver will pick you up at your accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City. Afterward, you’ll be going to the ferry port. During the Spanish regime, Corregidor had been the focus of foreign invaders. It was the largest of the four fortified islands for protecting Manila Bay, thus providing Manila with the first line of defense. It was also a customs station, which stopped ships entering the bay for check and verification of documents.  When you reach the island, you are taken to an outdoor tram that takes you to the historical monuments of Corregidor. Visit the Path, the Hearn of the Battery, the Geary of the Battery and the Crocket of Battery. This is an ensemble of mortars or big weapons requiring several soldiers to fight. Other interesting things, such as the Pacific War Memorial Complex, will be seen during your tram tour of Corregidor. It was dedicated to the Philippines and American forces which fought for the Philippines during the Second World War. There you can see a variety of war memorabilia, e.g., soldiers ' uniforms and coins from that era and wartime pictures.  There is also the Dome of the Pacific War Memorial. The locals have suggested the design was such that the light will shine directly on the dome on the anniversary of Corregidor's fall. You'll visit the Corregidor Lighthouse, where you will see a road sign with city names and how far from Corregidor. The lighthouse was built in 1863 and is one of the oldest buildings on the island. The Malinta Tunnel is your last stop. The tunnel was used as a fortification for leaks found by diggers during construction before the Japanese occupation.  Discover what makes Corregidor a beautiful historic destination in the Philippines by booking this tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
10hours
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All year
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Taal Lake Adventure from Manila | With Guide and Transfers

See the gorgeous panoramic view of Taal Lake. This is perfect for those wanting an excursion with friends and family.  Your driver will pick you up at your meet up place in Manila and will bring you to Tagaytay for your Taal Lake excursion. Taal Lake's amazing landscape on Luzon's Philippine Island allows it one of the country's most famous tourist spots. Located thirty miles from Manila, Taal is equivalent to Oregon's famous Crater Lake because it fills the caldera of a massive prehistoric volcano.  Taal Volcano forms the core of a chain of volcanoes along the island of Luzon developed by two tectonic plates, which collided over 500,000 years ago. It has subsequently created a new volcanic island, within Taal Lake, which is also known as Volcano Island, since the formation of this big caldera (Taal Lake).  Lake Taal is a big, sulfuric freshwater park. During great eruptions of the 18th century, Taal Lake struck the sea and eventually made its waters non-saline. The lake is only 2.5 meters above sea level and is 230 square kilometers long. The lake is fed by over thirty rivers but has only one outlet, the Pansipit River, which flows in the south China Sea into Balayan Bay.  The Philippine Government has named the Taal region as the favorite area for the establishment of new industries and infrastructure under the Republic Act 7586, otherwise known as the NIPAS Act of 1992, the area was restored as a Taal Volcano Protected Lands. Taal Lake is located in a highly populated and rapidly developing agricultural and industrial area and is one of the top tourist destinations in Tagaytay. Enjoy your day here and take photos of your visit.  Get in touch with nature by joining this Taal Lake escapade tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
8hours
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All year
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Glimpse of Filipino Food Tour | With Guide and Transfers

Learn about the local cuisine of the Philippines by joining this food tour in Manila. It’s perfect for those wanting to witness an interactive museum and eat a restaurant serving Filipino delicacies.  After getting picked up by your driver at your accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City, you’ll be going to the first destination, the interactive Lakbay Museo. It aims to give visitors the opportunity to tour Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, and experience the best that the Philippines can offer in Manila in less than two hours. With hourly cultural singing and dancing and shows, free samples of regional delicacies and even delicacies of lambanog and fruit.  Every visit has twelve (12) chips which can be used in the museum as a payment. You can get freebies like childhood candies, native delicacies and more. The goods usually cost approximately 1-4 chips.  You will then head to Islas Pinas, a Filipino buffet restaurant. It is located in the basement of DoubleDragon Plaza in Pasay. Islas Pinas still attracts hungry locals and tourists who wish to taste a wide range of Philippine food with innovative tastes and comfort. The entire interior may appear to be just another food hall, but the Islas Pinas have increased their spirit by presenting the flavors of the Philippine regions and islands under one ceiling.  There were a lot of regional dishes to choose from; you can find kare-kare, lumpia, okoy, lechon, daing, longganisang vigan, different types of pancit served in a bilao or winnowing basket, batchoys where you can customize it for your liking, and there's the station for the local kakanin (rize cakes) and the dessert area, of course.  Have a gastronomic experience by eating Filipino specialty dishes and learning about its history by joining this guided tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
5hours
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All year
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Baguio Day Tour from Manila | With Guide and Transfers

Have a beautiful day with your friends and family by joining this day tour in Baguio. Perfect for those wanting to spend time away from the hustle and bustle of the city.  Your driver will meet you in Starbucks Mall of Asia. Enjoy your time and sleep on your way to Baguio for a while. You will continue on to Lion's Head on Kennon Road after arrival to the first destination. Before you visit PMA, take snapshots. It was also known as the Philippine Armed Forces Military School. Next, Camp John Hay will be visited. Baguio City's most famous tourist attraction is camp John Hay (CJH). It is a beautiful mountain resort featuring a world-class Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course, as well as hotels, a shopping center, and convention centers. Other attractions (whose name was the only course in the Philippines that has bentgrass greens).  You will go to the Mines View Park after you've visited the Botanical Garden, Wright Park or The Mansion. It is a park in the Philippines, located in the north-east of Baguio. Under a winding stone staircase close to the parking area is the observing deck. You also visit the cathedral of Baguio, one of the most beautiful buildings in the country and the most beautiful church in Baguio City.  Next, you will go to Strawberry Farm in La Trinidad, then go to Good Shepherd to buy souvenirs and food items to return home. You've got two choices. This is an incredible experience with family and friends! Then you will return to Manila, which marks the end of the tour. Enjoy a day in Baguio with lots of great activities and tourist destinations! Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
13hours
Available:
All year
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Tagaytay Sightseeing Tour from Manila | With Guide and Transfers

Relax and unwind at one of the most peaceful places in the Philippines, Tagaytay. This is ideal for those wanting a break from the busyness of the city and wants to go sightseeing.  Your driver will pick you up at your meet up place in Manila and will head to Tagaytay. Afterward, he or she will give you a brief background of the places you’ll be visiting. You’ll proceed to your first destination, Palace in the Sky or also known as People's Park. The park has been transformed into an incomplete mansion called Sky Palace, built in the Marcos era.  Picnic Grove is an attraction to enjoy the beauty of nature in Tagaytay city. Enjoy a scenic view of Taal Lake and the volcano and walk around with its rich green trees and herbs. Escape from the city's noise and heat with a serene atmosphere, cool and soothing fresh air. The German priest Blessed Arnold Janssen founded Pink Sister's Church. He established the Pink Sisters to support the first two missionary foundations he had established by praying and sacrificing. Now, the Pink Sisters are well known contemplative nuns with monasteries in various parts of the world and in the city of Tagaytay.  Other places to visit are Ginger Bread House, Mcdonald's Tagaytay, Twin Lakes, Sonya's Secret Garden, and Fantasy World's Lemery Castle. A trip to the church in Calaruega is one of the features of this trip. It is known as Tagaytay's most popular marriage chapel. It is a highly photographed place; the Transfiguration Chapel is usually engraved on the mind of the visitor. You can then buy gifts at the Pasalubong Center in Rowena.  Enjoy a relaxing moment with your friends and family in Tagaytay. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Vigan Day Tour from Manila | With Guide and Transfers

Discover the rich heritage of Vigan by joining this immersive tour! This is ideal for those wanting to take a trip outside Manila and learn about the colonial past.  Your driver will fetch you at your meet up place in Starbucks Mall of Asia. You’ll then make your way to Vigan with your tour guide who’ll give you insights about this enchanting place. First, you go to the Bantay Bell Tower, which goes back to the 1590s in its history. This old structure resisted time tests and in the last few centuries saw the Spanish come and go. Then you're going to go to Mansion Syquia. President Elpidio Quirino is memorable in Vigan City (6th President of the Philippines). This is an important memorandum.  Come back to a time when kalesa or horse-drawn wagons were the only way to get to Calle Crisologo in the Spanish-ruled Philippines. This historical city is the perfect setting for your photographic works. You'll also visit the famous pottery attraction Pagburnayan where you can buy or build your own clay pot.  When you visit the Baluarte, a zoo that locals and tourists regularly visit, you will visit different kinds of animals. Then you head next to the Ilocos Regional Museum Complex. It is a group of museums which is important memorabilia like the dormitorial room of Elpidio Quirino. It’s amazing and lovely way to see Vigan up close and personal. A great destination in the Philippines, indeed.  Get insights and knowledge about the rich heritage of Vigan by joining this tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
13hours
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All year
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Villa Escudero Tour from Manila | With Guide and Transfers

Discover the beauty of Villa Escudero. This guided tour is perfect for anyone wanting to explore the different sides of the villa and enjoy a wonderful time with friends and family.  After your driver fetches you from the meetup place in Manila, you’ll be going to Villa Escudero. Take note of the rules and regulations of the place. Villa Escudero is one of the Philippines ' most ancient and renowned resorts. The coconut groves and resorts of Tiaong, Quezon were opened to the public in the 80s for decades now. This is a top tourist getaway for foreigners and Balikbayans who wish to discover Filipino culture. Explore the distinctive culture and heritage of the Philippines in Villa Escudero.  You can visit the large 2,000 acre of the plantations. Relax on a countryside tour to Villa Escudero Plantation, a picturesque and popular villa that displays the Philippines ' agrarian history and culture. After you have taken a traditional cart, your guide gets to share the history of this exquisite coconut plantation and the performances of a local band. See historical artifacts, antique furniture and World War II relics from the Escudero family at the museum of the plantation.  Go on and enjoy the Labasin Dam Cascade in the backdrop for a delicious buffet breakfast and then walk through the villa or swim in the spring pools. The buffet lunch menu includes chicken tinola soup, a roast chicken salad, beef caldereta, tilapia grilled and pork barbecue as well as a delicious dessert.  Step in line and discover what makes Villa Escudero stand out from the rest. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
8hours
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All year
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Sightseeing in Manila and Makati | Walking Tour

Experience the sights and learn about the history of the two bustling districts of Manila and Makati in this guided tour. This full-day tour is perfect for history and art lovers as it gives you a chance to visit one of the best museums in the country. Your tour will begin after picking you up in your accommodation, where you will head to the monument of Dr. Jose P. Rizal, which is the point from where all distances from Manila are measured. Afterwards, you will explore the historical district of Intramuros on foot, home to Fort Santiago and San Agustin Church, which is the oldest stone church in the Philippines and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will continue on to Casa Manila, which is a museum depicting the colonial lifestyle during the Spanish colonization. Of course, a visit to Manila isn’t complete without visiting the National Museum, which contains numerous works of art, historical artifacts, and specimens which are related to the cultural heritage of the Filipino people. Up next, you will be driven to the business district of Makati, where you will visit the Nielson Tower, a structure which resembles an airplane from a bird’s-eye view. It used to be an airport which was the base of the American Far Eastern School of Aviation. Nowadays, it is home to Blackbird, which made use of the old airport’s facilities such as the passenger terminal, check in area, and the control tower and integrated it with the design of the restaurant. You will also explore the nearby Ayala Avenue, which is home to numerous skyscrapers and offices, yet still maintains its relationship with nature through its many landscaped urban parks. Your driver will bring you back to your hotel at the end of the day. Join us on this tour and learn more about the past in Manila, while seeing the present development of the city in the district of Makati. This is the perfect tour to experience the two aspects of Metro Manila. Check availability by choosing a date above.
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Duration:
7hours
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Eco-friendly Manila City Tour | Bike Rental Included

Ride comfortably around Intramuros on bamboo bikes with this Bambike full-day tour. As a bonus, all tour participants will get a free reuseable bottle to avoid the use of single-use plastic and to promote more eco-friendly choices. This is the perfect tour for history lovers as you will get to learn about Manila’s rich history and includes a visit to the Manila American Cemetery which played a big role in World War II. Starting from the monument of Dr. Jose P. Rizal, which is the point from where all distances in Manila are measured, you will continue on to Casa Manila, which is a replica of a Spanish colonial mansion from the late 19th century. This is also the headquarters of Bambike Ecotours. From here, you will be lent a bamboo bike, which you can use to ride around Intramuros with your tour guide, and you will pass by important landmarks such as Fort Santiago, which guards the entrance to the Pasig River. You will also visit the historical San Agustin Church, which is the only structure left intact after the destruction of Intramuros in World War II.  Up next is the National Museum, one of the most popular museums in the country which is rich in Filipino art and relics of history. The whole complex comprises of three museums: The Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Anthropology museum. There is even a mini-mangrove forest recreation inside the museum which houses wildlife whose natural habitat are mangroves. You will definitely learn a lot about the Philippines in this exhibit. The last stop on this tour is the American Cemetery, a 152-hectare plateau which contains the largest number of graves of deceased soldiers during World War II. Most of these soldiers lost their lives in New Guinea and the Philippines. There is also a chapel in the middle of the cemetery which is made to honor these fallen heroes. After you’re done, your guide will drive you back to your hotel, ready to share your newfound knowledge with friends and family. Experience this jam-packed tour of Manila in an eco-friendly way! You will even get to take home a souvenir from Bambike Ecotours which you can reuse during your other travels. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
7hours
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All year
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Chinatown Tour with Divisoria Shopping | Snacks and Lunch Included

Explore the sights and tastes of the oldest Chinatown with this walking tour around Binondo. You will learn about the history of the commercial center while exciting your taste buds with the various Chinese delicacies you will encounter on this tour! Bargain hunters will also enjoy this tour as you will be taken to Divisoria where various goods can be found at rock-bottom prices. A designated driver and tour guide will pick you up from your hotel and take you to the downtown district of Binondo, where you will continue on foot to better experience the numerous vendors and attractions. Founded in 1594 by a Spanish governor named Luis Perez Dasmarinas, Binondo is the oldest Chinatown in the world and was the center of China’s trade in the city due to its strategic location. You will get to visit the new Binondo Chinatown Arch which marks the entrance to this historical area. Other famous landmarks in the area include the El Hogar Filipino Building, which is an early skyscraper in Manila, and Plaza San Lorenzo Ruiz. You will also pass by Ongpin, which is a street lined with gold vendors and is one of the best places to get jewelry in the metro. Of course, visiting Binondo isn’t complete without trying out the local Chinese food such as soup and dumplings. After lunch, you will continue on to Divisoria, which is a shopper’s paradise. This district is divided into many malls named by number, the most famous being 168. Many trendy and unique items can be found in this mall and it is sold at wholesale prices. After you’ve done your shopping, your driver will take you back to your hotel, maybe with a lot of shopping bags in tow. Get your stomachs and legs geared up and join us now to embark on this food and shopping trip around Binondo. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
7hours
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Binondo Tour with Chinese Cemetery | Tasting Chinese Delicacies

Witness both the oldest Chinatown in the world and oldest Chinese Temple in Manila in this full-day walking tour around the historical district of Binondo. Food lovers will love this tour as you will get to try various Chinese delicacies in the streets. You will also feel like being transported to China as you visit the Chinese cemetery which houses architecture similar to those found in Fujian province. To start your tour, you will be picked up in your accommodation by your tour guide and taken to downtown Binondo, which you will explore on foot. Binondo is the oldest Chinatown in the world and was founded in 1594 by Luis Perez Dasmarinas, a Spanish governor, and was the main hub of the Chinese back in the day thanks to its advantageous location. Binondo is home to the Binondo Chinatown Arch, which serves as the entry point to the district. Notable attractions in the area include the Plaza San Lorenzo Ruiz and Binondo Church which is one of the oldest places of Christian worship in the Philippines. Jewelry lovers will definitely enjoy visiting Ongpin, which is home to a lot of gold vendors. You will also get to try various Chinese delicacies such as dumplings and soup. Once you’ve had your fill, your tour guide will drive you to the 5.4 hectare Manila Chinese Cemetery in Santa Cruz, Manila. This is the second oldest cemetery in Manila and is the resting place of the Chinese who were denied burial in Catholic cemeteries during the Spanish colonial times. It is home to the Chong Hock Tong Temple, which is the oldest Chinese temple in Manila and was demolished back in 2015, but has since been rebuilt. As the day ends, your driver will bring you back to your hotel, full of new knowledge about Manila.  Put on your walking shoes and join us on this adventure to discover the sights, sounds, and tastes of Chinatown. This will surely be an experience you’ll want to share with your friends and family. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
7hours
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All year
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Siquijor Island Tour | A Day of Fun and Mysteries

Step right up to join this guided tour around one of the finest and most unique sites found in the what is believed to be the mystical island in the Philippines. From an old church and balete tree to the beautiful falls and beaches, this tour is for anyone looking for something mysterious and historical while staying at Siquijor. In the morning, expect the tour vehicle to pick you up and take you near the port of Siquijor, where St. Francis of Assisi Church is located. This structure was built on February 1, 1783, and served as a hiding place from pirates. It is prominently known as the “Siquijor Church.” You will then head to Paliton Beach. With its fine white sand and awe-inspiring view of Negros and Apo islands nearby, most tourists and locals consider this place the most beautiful of its kind on the island. After visiting the beach, you will be taken to the century-old balete tree, which locals believe to be enchanted and is said to be the oldest and biggest in Siquijor. Feel free to dip your feet in the natural spring at the foot of the tree as you enjoy the serene surroundings. Afterward, the van will take you to Hapitanan then to Lazi Old Convent. Established in 1884 and completed in 1891, Lazi Convent is believed to be the biggest and oldest of its kind in Asia. Inside the convent is the Siquijor Heritage Museum, where religious artifacts and historical pieces are preserved. After your quick visit inside the museum, head next to Cambugahay Falls. Dubbed as the mystical waterfall of Siquijor, it boasts of its multi-layered falls with clean and warm water coming from natural springs, rainwater, and watersheds. Here, you can enjoy an unlimited swing jump. Your tour will end in Salagdoong Beach. It is one of the most popular beaches on the island, where its natural beauty lures visitors. Two platforms are provided for cliff diving on the beach; if you have the guts, you can try it out. The beach’s crystalline water is also quite inviting for a nice swim. Know the mysteries and extraordinary sites in Siquijor in just one day. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
7hours
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Manjuyod Sandbar & Dolphin Watching Private Tour | One-Day Water Adventure

Come aboard a private boat for an incredible dolphin watching adventure. See the adorable marine creature play in the water, while you unwind on the white gem of Negros Oriental. This is the perfect tour for all dolphin enthusiasts and sandbar lovers traveling in the southeastern half of the large Negros Island. The tour starts with a departure from your hotel going to the town of Manjuyod, where the fun awaits you. Once you reach the site, you will board a boat that will take you to the Tañon Strait to see the dolphins. Feel free to take pictures and record your encounter as you watch them jump and do acrobatic spins in the air. There are different species of dolphin dominating the area, such as the Pan-Tropical Spotted Dolphins, Bottlenose Dolphins, Long Snouted Spinner Dolphins, and Fraiser. It is best to visit them in the morning as the water is calmer. Afterward, you will then be taken to Manjuyod Sandbar. You will be given enough time to do whatever you want on the beach; be it wade in the water, go for a swim, lie down on the sandbar, or just simply enjoy the heat. However, Manjuyod is not the best site to snorkel as there are sea lice in the area – although harmless, they can still give bitter stings. Nonetheless, you can always take advantage of the crystal clear water and gaze at the marine creatures underwater. There are also rental cottages dotting the area, which remind people of The Maldives, thus dubbing the place as “The Maldives of the Philippines.” If you prefer not to rent a cottage, you can just chill on the boat or sand and enjoy a beach picnic. You can best enjoy the sandbar during low tide as it is most visible. By noon, the water almost rises to four meters. Grab this opportunity to catch sight of the magnificent dolphins and explore the country’s version of “The Maldives.” Check availability by choosing a date.

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7hours
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Dumaguete Countryside Tour | Time for Relaxation and History

Spend a day in Dumaguete, exploring the most iconic attractions in the countryside. This tour is specially planned for those who wish to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and see the many beautiful places away from the busy and crowded streets. Your trip kicks off once the tour vehicle picks you up from your accommodation. You will head straight to Barangay Malabo for your first destination, the Red Rock Hot Spring. Here, you can enjoy a relaxing dip in its warm sulfur water, which is believed to heal health problems like asthma, arthritis, and sinusitis, among others. Surrounding the pool are lush green forestry and mountain ranges that make a perfect background for photo-ops. Not far from the hot spring is the Pulangbato Twin Waterfalls. You can see natural red rocks dotting the area, which explains why the place is called as such. Also, one of the falls’ water cascades on a wall covered with sulfur deposits, making the rocks appear red. Despite the presence of sulfur in the water, you can still go for a swim in the natural pool. Afterward, you will visit the Cata-al World War II Museum in the town of Valencia. It houses a large personal collection of World War II artifact discovered in the region by a father-son duo, namely Porforio and Felix Cata-al. Porforio himself will take you on a tour of his collection. Here, you can find burnt remains of an American militia uniform, Japanese currency, and more. Your last stop in this tour is at Subida souvenir shop. You can choose from an array of traditional Filipino toys, health and beauty products, jewelry and original artworks, food, and clothes that you can take home. Explore the countryside of Dumaguete on this whole-day trip filled with nature’s beauty and historical stories. Check availability by choosing a date.  

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Balinsasayao Twinlake Tour with Free City Tour | Dumaguete Excursion

Combine a relaxing boat ride with an exciting city sightseeing side trip on this budget-friendly tour. This excursion will bring you on a cruise along the famous twin lakes of Sibulan before taking you to the iconic attractions around Dumaguete City. If you’re looking forward to enjoying Dumaguete’s best land and water adventure, then you’ll definitely love this tour. A tour van will pick you up at your hotel and drive you to the small coastal town of Sibulan, where Balinsasayao Twin Lakes National Park can be found. Situated atop the mountains, the two pristine lakes, called Danao and Balinsasayao, were formed from a volcanic eruption about 100,000 years ago, and its 90-meter deep crater was filled with rainwater over time. Aboard a boat, feast your eyes on the impressive wildlife of the area. Hundreds of species of forest trees, fruit-bearing plants, and flowers surround the lakes. On top of that, you also get to enjoy bird watching, as the lakes are home to a wide variety of species of bird, one of which is the most popular Flaming Sunbird. If you want to savor the moment more, you can go kayaking. After a fun time at the lake, you will go straight to the city for a free tour. Your first stop will be Alimyon Kapehan. This is a restaurant famous for its overlooking and fascinating vista as well as its coffee made from corn, rice, or pure beans. You will next go to Silliman University, a school that is a rare combination of colonial American and modern Filipino. Afterward, you will head to Subida, where you can purchase items created by the master artisans and craftsmen of the island. Your last two stops will be the Cathedral Church – the oldest stone church in Negros – and the Sans Rival – a restaurant facing the ocean. Jump aboard this one-day tour to see the famous sites of the so-called “City of Gentle People” of the Philippines. Check availability by choosing a date. 

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7hours
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Benguet Day Tour | Atok and La Trinidad Escapade

Get the best Benguet experience you can have with the combination of colorful blossoms and mouthwatering strawberries on this one-day adventure. This tour is perfect for photography enthusiasts as well as those who can’t get enough of nature. Your trip begins with a van transfer from your accommodation to Atok located at the central portion of Benguet. Here, you will stop by the highest Philippine Highway system, which is called Halsema Highroad Point or the Philippine Pali. It is elevated at about 2,225 meters (7,400 feet) above sea level. Before World War II, the highway was built during the term of the city mayor Eusebius Halsema, to whom the road was named after. It is dubbed as the “main artery” of the Cordillera region as it connects Baguio and Benguet to the rest of Northern Luzon. Your next destination is also in Atok, which is the Sakura Park, most commonly known as Cherry Blossom Park. It is filled with approximately 40 Japanese Sakura trees and other tree species, all of which were planted in 2016 as a gift in celebration of the bond between the Kochi prefecture and Benguet province. Afterward, you will visit another attraction in the town, the Northern Blossom Flower Farm which boasts of its wide variety of colorful flowers. The place is a new tourist spot in Atok as it only opened to the public in 2018. It is famous for its cabbage roses which you can purchase and take home. Aside from the cabbage roses, you will also see snapdragons here, along with larkspurs, Matthiola, and more. After you’re done enjoying with the flowers, your last stop will be at the Strawberry Farm in La Trinidad. The farm offers a unique and remarkable experience for the whole family as you will be able to pick your own fresh strawberries, which you can either take home or consume during the tour. The berries can be bought per kilogram. Before driving you back to your hotel, you will stop by a local restaurant for your lunch. Come along on a colorful and sweet adventure in Benguet. Check availability by choosing a date above.

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8hours
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Benguet Day Tour | Tublay and La Trinidad Adventure

Take the time to know more about Benguet and why it is known as “Salad Bowl” of the Philippines in this whole day excursion. This tour is the best way to discover what beauty lies within the southern tip of the Cordillera Administrative Region. The tour will kick off with a transfer service from your accommodation to Tublay, Benguet for your first stop. You will be dropped off at Winaka Eco-Cultural Village. It is a 42-hectare land that offers loads of enjoyable activities such as zip line, wall climbing, mudslide, and Eco walk, to name a few. There is also a restaurant inside the property, Green House Café and Restaurant, which serves an authentic Igorot dish called “etag” and other delectable Filipino cuisines. From Tublay, you will head next to La Trinidad, Benguet to experience the fun in the Lily of the Valley Organic Farm. You will see different fruits and vegetables here like green and purple cabbage, New Zealand spinach, broccoli, lettuce, and tomatoes, among other crops. The farm also has a quaint coffee shop on the farm where you can get organic snacks and drinks while touring the vicinity. Aside from the farm, you will also visit the BSU Food Processing Center in La Trinidad. The center is one of the projects of Benguet State University. Here, the vegetables are processed into ready-to-cook packs, chips, and starch. Following this, you will make your way to the Strawberry Farm to pick fresh strawberries which you can take home as souvenirs. For your last stop, you will be driven to STOBOSA and Bell Tower. The Stobosa is an enormous mural of colorful sunflowers, inspired by Brazil’s Favela Paintings and made up of row upon rows of houses that stand along the hills. The Bell Tower or Bell Church, on the other hand, is a Chinese temple in La Trinidad just near Stobosa. Before heading home, you will first enjoy your lunch at a local restaurant. Explore the wonders of Benguet on this unforgettable budget-friendly adventure. Check availability by choosing a date above.

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8hours
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Cambuhat Oyster Village Tour in Bohol | Seafood Buffet Included

Enjoy an amazing oyster feast on this Cambuhat Oyster Village Tour. Foodies will definitely enjoy this tour where you will be served a spread of fresh seafood to eat to your heart's content. In addition, you will also see cultural dances and experience other activities together with the locals.  Your tour guide will pick you up from your hotel and bring you on a scenic drive through the coastal roads. Upon arrival at Daet Bridge, you will board a paddle boat and enjoy a river cruise towards the village of Cambuhat. Along the way, you will be surrounded by winding mangrove and nipa palms, giving you a relaxing ride with nature. When you get to the village, you will be led to the oyster farm where you can learn about how the locals grow oysters and how this benefits their community. Of course, you will be offered a scrumptious feast of oysters and various seafood, freshly harvested by the locals. You will also get to enjoy the Buri dance, which is a depiction of how they make sago out of the Buri palm tree and is a traditional Filipino art. You can even join in on the dance!  Afterwards, you will embark on a walking tour where the locals show how they weave raffia using native looms, broom making, weaving of mats, and other products. They use the Buri in their crafts making, and the tour will show how resourceful they are with their hands.  After learning about the culture of the people from Cambuhay Oyster Village, you will be driven back to the city, while making a few stops to see the churches of Loon and Maribojoc. Loon Church was once the biggest church in Bohol, and Maribojoc Church was declared a National Cultural Treasure.   However, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake in 2013 caused damage to these two churches, and they are now in the process of rebuilding. You will also pass by the Punta Cruz Watch Tower, the final part of the tour, which the Spanish built in 1796 as a look-out post against Muslim Marauders. The tower still provides good panoramic views of the area in the present day, and is a good spot to stop and take a moment's respite.  Learn more about culture and fill yourself up with delicious bounties of the sea by joining this tour. Check availability by choosing a date above.

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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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Bataan Heritage Tour | Historical Trip Around the Province

Admire the Philippine-Spanish heritage on this guided tour that will bring you back to the past. Those looking for an adventure that offers an exciting trip around Bataan’s picturesque historical structures must reserve a spot on this budget-friendly package. An expert guide and driver will pick you up in the morning at your accommodation in Pampanga/Subic Bay. You will then travel south until you reach Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. It is a 400-hectare land that houses a collection of the Philippine’s most preserved Spanish houses. As soon as you arrive at the site, you will go on a quick walking tour around Las Casas. There are over 20 old mansions in the area that go way back to the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. Each house comes from various provinces of the country, some of which are only replicas, but most are originals. Aside from walking, you will also go on a river cruise aboard a raft that will also give you a stunning vista of the casas and the brick walls and bridges. To better experience the life in the Philippines during the Spanish colonial era, you will go on a 20-minute “kalesa” ride around the area. This was the primary mode of transportation during this era. Afterward, your lunch will be served at one of the restaurants in the vicinity. As soon as you finish eating, your guide will take you to Mt. Samat. It is a historical shrine near a summit where you will find a huge cross and plenty of memorabilia from WWII and the Battle of Bataan. The site also guarantees a panoramic view of the whole Bataan province. The pasalubong center will be your last stop for the day before heading back to your hotel. Come along on a one-day tour where you can learn more about the Philippines’ history. Check availability by choosing a date.

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8hours
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Puerto Galera Tour | Island Hopping, Snorkeling, and Sightseeing in One Day

Come along on this all-encompassing tour, which will take you across the waters of Puerto Galera to experience the beautiful gems located within its boundaries. Combining three of the most exciting activities offered in the province, this trip is sure to please those who enjoy a jam-packed day under the sun. The tour van will pick you up from your accommodation within White Beach. This package offers a morning and afternoon session, so you can choose which fit your schedule best. From there, you will travel north and ride a boat going to San Antonio Island, where you will make your first stop at Long Beach. This beach features a long stretch of white, sparkling sand. The place is not typically crowded, so you can enjoy the relaxing environment it offers. After some time, you will get back on the boat and make your way to Paniquian Island to set foot on its Haligi Beach. It is a small area surrounded by a lush green forest that boasts of its cream-colored sand and crystalline water. There are cottages on the shore that you can rent for a nice picnic with your family and friends. Right after that, you will ride a vehicle going to Bayanan Beach. Like Long Beach, you will notice an elongated white-sand shore at Bayanan, complemented with calm water and peaceful surrounding. You will be given enough time to enjoy the waters before heading to the Heart Beach. You can also opt to visit Maniknik Beach/Sandbar for an additional fee. After the beach hopping, the fun part of your tour comes next – snorkeling at Starfish Island or Coral Garden. The snorkeling equipment and a life vest will be provided to you. Feel free to get up close and personal with the marine animals in the area, including colorful fishes, starfish, and sea urchins. Your tour concludes with some sightseeing around the area. Sail across the waters of Puerto Galera with this jam-packed adventure out in the sea. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5hours
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Manila City Tour with DOT-Accredited Guide | Private Vehicle Included

Get to know more of this highly urbanized city with its rich stories of history at the heart of old Manila. Arouse your curiosity with some fascinating facts, trivia and get a deeper understanding about the country during the different colonial periods. Meet up with your knowledgeable English-speaking guide at the hotel of your choice. While traveling, be able to see the different famous monuments and shrines scattered across the city to remind every Filipinos about what happened to such place and know the notable individuals, considered as heroes, and their significant contributions to the country. Arrive at the country’s major financial, commercial, and economic hub – Makati City. A premiere city for business, lifestyle, entertainment, and culture. Makati offers a variety of activities and an outstanding view of towering skyscrapers. A few minutes away from this bustling city is the Asia’s Arlington, the World War II cemetery. A private home for the reposed souls and to honor the American and servicemen who died fighting the Japanese during World War II.  Discover the highlights of this place like the graveyard arranged in a circular structure, the cemetery chapel, the Tablets of the Missing, and a Map room that educates visitors about the pattern of the Pacific countries affected by the war. This historical trip will not be complete without visiting the 400-year-old walled city – Intramuros. Within the huge walls were memories of churches, hospitals, government offices, schools, and houses which was devastated by fires, earthquakes, and war battles throughout the time. A heritage worth preserving and be shared to the world. Venture further to come face to face with the country’s oldest church that miraculously survived different catastrophes and is a final resting place for some of the prominent Spanish and Filipino people, thus making it recognized by UNESCO as a historical landmark. Top off your experience by opting to taste authentic Filipino dishes before ending your day with fulfillment and great learning of Manila’s glorious past. Check availability by choosing a date above.

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8.5hours
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Tagaytay Ridge Tour | Bamboo Organ & Sightseeing of Taal Lake

Have a trip down south to one of the most famous day trip destination near the metro. Considered as the most scenic city, Tagaytay offers an impressive view of Lake Taal and Taal Volcano from a mountain top of approximately 670 meters above sea level. Start the day early and depart from your hotel of choice in Manila. The trip will give you a quick visit to one of the country’s National Treasure, the historic 200-year-old bamboo organ housed at the St. Joseph Parish Church in Las Piñas.  This unique musical instrument is originally made out of 1,031 bamboo pipes that have survived since the 19th century and is still functioning. Have a dose of history as you record important events about this outstanding artifact in the Philippines. Proceed to the highlight of the trip and continue to delight your senses. The serenity of the cooler climate of Tagaytay as you head to the highest point of the province. Be mesmerized by the breathtaking, unobstructed panoramic view of the famous Taal Volcano’s natural beauty. Make sure to take lots of pictures as you encounter the Shrine of Our Lady, Mother of Fair, and a Doppler Radar station of the country’s local weather group.  Opt to explore more of this renowned tourist spot with the help of an English-speaking guide and ask to stop by on Picnic Grove, Skyranch, and local markets, as this place is also home to vast green fields and beautiful farmlands, to bring home some fresh local produce. Take a break from sight-seeing activities and dazzle your taste buds with the destination’s sophisticated culinary offerings. Explore gastronomical delights with a wide selection of most loved restaurants around the city that serves the famous, must-try Bulalo, ideal for its cold climate, and more of a satisfying dishes you can enjoy with a scenic view. Book your trip and be overwhelmed by this perfect place and great dining experience! Check availability by choosing a date above.

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10hours
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Discover Manila’s Old and New | City Tour with Guide

See the old and new in this city tour in Manila. This is ideal for those wanting to learn about the history of the city and how it blends with the modern culture now.  Your driver will pick you up at your hotel or accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City. Afterwards, you’ll be brought to your first destination, Nielson’s Tower. Over the years, the Nielson Tower has been used as a police station, an Ayala company office and a restaurant. In 2013, the library eventually moved to its existing residence in the Ayala Museum. A year later, Nielson Tower reopened the fine dining and event venue, The Blackbird at Nielson Tower.  Next is the American Cemetery and War Memorial. The Cemetery is an ode to the soldiers who died in the Philippines, New Guinea and the Pacific. Then, you're going to go to Rizal Park. The paradise of green spaces in the midst of Manila's hustle and bustle is also known as Luneta. Here you can see people walking, family members having picnics, courting couples, girls who play chess, joggers and tai-chi practitioners early in the morning. Sunday concerts are free of charge.  Then you will visit Intramuros ' historic walled town and its tourist places, including the San Agustine Church, the Baluarte de San Diego and Fort Santiago. The Spanish occupation, which was originally designed as the residence of Spanish government officials and their family, was initially carried out by Intramuros. Then, take a rolling tour to Makati, Manila Bay and the CCP. Your guide will tell you about useful insights about those places and why it’s relevant to the locals as of today.  Seize this moment of learning about Manila’s history by joining this enriching tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

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6hours
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Manila Instagram Tour | With Guide and Transfers

Take gorgeous photos for your Instagram feed by joining this Manila Instagram tour! This is perfect for millennials and photo enthusiasts wanting to feature beautiful places of the city with their friends and family.  You’ll be picked up at your meet up place in Manila. After getting briefed by the tour guide on the different regulations of the sites, you’ll proceed to your first destination — Ayala Triangle Gardens. This is the ideal place for people who want to relax, relax and get in touch with nature from the daily business. Then you're going to BGC Street and Murals. Street art or public art is a major component of urban culture. In contrast with arts in the museums, this kind of media set on the streets, walking paths and buildings enhances the public's access. Next is the Venice Grand Canal of Venice in Taguig City. It is developed by the Megaworld Corporation but owned by Mckinley and was opened during late 2015. It is a small Venice replica and offers gondola rides. After, you will then go to Intramuros for a heritage tour. Intramuros is the historic center of the Philippines and is the oldest district in Manila. It is full of Philippine cultural churches, past war landmarks, and many worth visiting eateries, hotels and art galleries.  Intramuros is a Latin word implying' inside the walls' and the area outside the walls is known as extramuros. It is where the most prominent and rich people of Manila lived in the Spanish colonial period. You will explore the great cultural walls and visit different destinations such as Fort Santiago, Baluarte de San Diego, and the Church of San Agustin.  Keep up with the trend while learning the culture of the city by joining this tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

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5hours
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Corregidor Tour | With Guide and Transfers

Learn about the history and culture by joining this amazing Corregidor tour. This is perfect for those wanting to see a glimpse of the historical past of the Philippines.  Your driver will pick you up at your accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City. Afterward, you’ll be going to the ferry port. During the Spanish regime, Corregidor had been the focus of foreign invaders. It was the largest of the four fortified islands for protecting Manila Bay, thus providing Manila with the first line of defense. It was also a customs station, which stopped ships entering the bay for check and verification of documents.  When you reach the island, you are taken to an outdoor tram that takes you to the historical monuments of Corregidor. Visit the Path, the Hearn of the Battery, the Geary of the Battery and the Crocket of Battery. This is an ensemble of mortars or big weapons requiring several soldiers to fight. Other interesting things, such as the Pacific War Memorial Complex, will be seen during your tram tour of Corregidor. It was dedicated to the Philippines and American forces which fought for the Philippines during the Second World War. There you can see a variety of war memorabilia, e.g., soldiers ' uniforms and coins from that era and wartime pictures.  There is also the Dome of the Pacific War Memorial. The locals have suggested the design was such that the light will shine directly on the dome on the anniversary of Corregidor's fall. You'll visit the Corregidor Lighthouse, where you will see a road sign with city names and how far from Corregidor. The lighthouse was built in 1863 and is one of the oldest buildings on the island. The Malinta Tunnel is your last stop. The tunnel was used as a fortification for leaks found by diggers during construction before the Japanese occupation.  Discover what makes Corregidor a beautiful historic destination in the Philippines by booking this tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

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10hours
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Taal Lake Adventure from Manila | With Guide and Transfers

See the gorgeous panoramic view of Taal Lake. This is perfect for those wanting an excursion with friends and family.  Your driver will pick you up at your meet up place in Manila and will bring you to Tagaytay for your Taal Lake excursion. Taal Lake's amazing landscape on Luzon's Philippine Island allows it one of the country's most famous tourist spots. Located thirty miles from Manila, Taal is equivalent to Oregon's famous Crater Lake because it fills the caldera of a massive prehistoric volcano.  Taal Volcano forms the core of a chain of volcanoes along the island of Luzon developed by two tectonic plates, which collided over 500,000 years ago. It has subsequently created a new volcanic island, within Taal Lake, which is also known as Volcano Island, since the formation of this big caldera (Taal Lake).  Lake Taal is a big, sulfuric freshwater park. During great eruptions of the 18th century, Taal Lake struck the sea and eventually made its waters non-saline. The lake is only 2.5 meters above sea level and is 230 square kilometers long. The lake is fed by over thirty rivers but has only one outlet, the Pansipit River, which flows in the south China Sea into Balayan Bay.  The Philippine Government has named the Taal region as the favorite area for the establishment of new industries and infrastructure under the Republic Act 7586, otherwise known as the NIPAS Act of 1992, the area was restored as a Taal Volcano Protected Lands. Taal Lake is located in a highly populated and rapidly developing agricultural and industrial area and is one of the top tourist destinations in Tagaytay. Enjoy your day here and take photos of your visit.  Get in touch with nature by joining this Taal Lake escapade tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

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8hours
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Glimpse of Filipino Food Tour | With Guide and Transfers

Learn about the local cuisine of the Philippines by joining this food tour in Manila. It’s perfect for those wanting to witness an interactive museum and eat a restaurant serving Filipino delicacies.  After getting picked up by your driver at your accommodation in Manila Bay Area or Makati City, you’ll be going to the first destination, the interactive Lakbay Museo. It aims to give visitors the opportunity to tour Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, and experience the best that the Philippines can offer in Manila in less than two hours. With hourly cultural singing and dancing and shows, free samples of regional delicacies and even delicacies of lambanog and fruit.  Every visit has twelve (12) chips which can be used in the museum as a payment. You can get freebies like childhood candies, native delicacies and more. The goods usually cost approximately 1-4 chips.  You will then head to Islas Pinas, a Filipino buffet restaurant. It is located in the basement of DoubleDragon Plaza in Pasay. Islas Pinas still attracts hungry locals and tourists who wish to taste a wide range of Philippine food with innovative tastes and comfort. The entire interior may appear to be just another food hall, but the Islas Pinas have increased their spirit by presenting the flavors of the Philippine regions and islands under one ceiling.  There were a lot of regional dishes to choose from; you can find kare-kare, lumpia, okoy, lechon, daing, longganisang vigan, different types of pancit served in a bilao or winnowing basket, batchoys where you can customize it for your liking, and there's the station for the local kakanin (rize cakes) and the dessert area, of course.  Have a gastronomic experience by eating Filipino specialty dishes and learning about its history by joining this guided tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

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5hours
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Baguio Day Tour from Manila | With Guide and Transfers

Have a beautiful day with your friends and family by joining this day tour in Baguio. Perfect for those wanting to spend time away from the hustle and bustle of the city.  Your driver will meet you in Starbucks Mall of Asia. Enjoy your time and sleep on your way to Baguio for a while. You will continue on to Lion's Head on Kennon Road after arrival to the first destination. Before you visit PMA, take snapshots. It was also known as the Philippine Armed Forces Military School. Next, Camp John Hay will be visited. Baguio City's most famous tourist attraction is camp John Hay (CJH). It is a beautiful mountain resort featuring a world-class Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course, as well as hotels, a shopping center, and convention centers. Other attractions (whose name was the only course in the Philippines that has bentgrass greens).  You will go to the Mines View Park after you've visited the Botanical Garden, Wright Park or The Mansion. It is a park in the Philippines, located in the north-east of Baguio. Under a winding stone staircase close to the parking area is the observing deck. You also visit the cathedral of Baguio, one of the most beautiful buildings in the country and the most beautiful church in Baguio City.  Next, you will go to Strawberry Farm in La Trinidad, then go to Good Shepherd to buy souvenirs and food items to return home. You've got two choices. This is an incredible experience with family and friends! Then you will return to Manila, which marks the end of the tour. Enjoy a day in Baguio with lots of great activities and tourist destinations! Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
13hours
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Tagaytay Sightseeing Tour from Manila | With Guide and Transfers

Relax and unwind at one of the most peaceful places in the Philippines, Tagaytay. This is ideal for those wanting a break from the busyness of the city and wants to go sightseeing.  Your driver will pick you up at your meet up place in Manila and will head to Tagaytay. Afterward, he or she will give you a brief background of the places you’ll be visiting. You’ll proceed to your first destination, Palace in the Sky or also known as People's Park. The park has been transformed into an incomplete mansion called Sky Palace, built in the Marcos era.  Picnic Grove is an attraction to enjoy the beauty of nature in Tagaytay city. Enjoy a scenic view of Taal Lake and the volcano and walk around with its rich green trees and herbs. Escape from the city's noise and heat with a serene atmosphere, cool and soothing fresh air. The German priest Blessed Arnold Janssen founded Pink Sister's Church. He established the Pink Sisters to support the first two missionary foundations he had established by praying and sacrificing. Now, the Pink Sisters are well known contemplative nuns with monasteries in various parts of the world and in the city of Tagaytay.  Other places to visit are Ginger Bread House, Mcdonald's Tagaytay, Twin Lakes, Sonya's Secret Garden, and Fantasy World's Lemery Castle. A trip to the church in Calaruega is one of the features of this trip. It is known as Tagaytay's most popular marriage chapel. It is a highly photographed place; the Transfiguration Chapel is usually engraved on the mind of the visitor. You can then buy gifts at the Pasalubong Center in Rowena.  Enjoy a relaxing moment with your friends and family in Tagaytay. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
8hours
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Vigan Day Tour from Manila | With Guide and Transfers

Discover the rich heritage of Vigan by joining this immersive tour! This is ideal for those wanting to take a trip outside Manila and learn about the colonial past.  Your driver will fetch you at your meet up place in Starbucks Mall of Asia. You’ll then make your way to Vigan with your tour guide who’ll give you insights about this enchanting place. First, you go to the Bantay Bell Tower, which goes back to the 1590s in its history. This old structure resisted time tests and in the last few centuries saw the Spanish come and go. Then you're going to go to Mansion Syquia. President Elpidio Quirino is memorable in Vigan City (6th President of the Philippines). This is an important memorandum.  Come back to a time when kalesa or horse-drawn wagons were the only way to get to Calle Crisologo in the Spanish-ruled Philippines. This historical city is the perfect setting for your photographic works. You'll also visit the famous pottery attraction Pagburnayan where you can buy or build your own clay pot.  When you visit the Baluarte, a zoo that locals and tourists regularly visit, you will visit different kinds of animals. Then you head next to the Ilocos Regional Museum Complex. It is a group of museums which is important memorabilia like the dormitorial room of Elpidio Quirino. It’s amazing and lovely way to see Vigan up close and personal. A great destination in the Philippines, indeed.  Get insights and knowledge about the rich heritage of Vigan by joining this tour. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
13hours
Available:
All year
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Villa Escudero Tour from Manila | With Guide and Transfers

Discover the beauty of Villa Escudero. This guided tour is perfect for anyone wanting to explore the different sides of the villa and enjoy a wonderful time with friends and family.  After your driver fetches you from the meetup place in Manila, you’ll be going to Villa Escudero. Take note of the rules and regulations of the place. Villa Escudero is one of the Philippines ' most ancient and renowned resorts. The coconut groves and resorts of Tiaong, Quezon were opened to the public in the 80s for decades now. This is a top tourist getaway for foreigners and Balikbayans who wish to discover Filipino culture. Explore the distinctive culture and heritage of the Philippines in Villa Escudero.  You can visit the large 2,000 acre of the plantations. Relax on a countryside tour to Villa Escudero Plantation, a picturesque and popular villa that displays the Philippines ' agrarian history and culture. After you have taken a traditional cart, your guide gets to share the history of this exquisite coconut plantation and the performances of a local band. See historical artifacts, antique furniture and World War II relics from the Escudero family at the museum of the plantation.  Go on and enjoy the Labasin Dam Cascade in the backdrop for a delicious buffet breakfast and then walk through the villa or swim in the spring pools. The buffet lunch menu includes chicken tinola soup, a roast chicken salad, beef caldereta, tilapia grilled and pork barbecue as well as a delicious dessert.  Step in line and discover what makes Villa Escudero stand out from the rest. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
8hours
Available:
All year
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Sightseeing in Manila and Makati | Walking Tour

Experience the sights and learn about the history of the two bustling districts of Manila and Makati in this guided tour. This full-day tour is perfect for history and art lovers as it gives you a chance to visit one of the best museums in the country. Your tour will begin after picking you up in your accommodation, where you will head to the monument of Dr. Jose P. Rizal, which is the point from where all distances from Manila are measured. Afterwards, you will explore the historical district of Intramuros on foot, home to Fort Santiago and San Agustin Church, which is the oldest stone church in the Philippines and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will continue on to Casa Manila, which is a museum depicting the colonial lifestyle during the Spanish colonization. Of course, a visit to Manila isn’t complete without visiting the National Museum, which contains numerous works of art, historical artifacts, and specimens which are related to the cultural heritage of the Filipino people. Up next, you will be driven to the business district of Makati, where you will visit the Nielson Tower, a structure which resembles an airplane from a bird’s-eye view. It used to be an airport which was the base of the American Far Eastern School of Aviation. Nowadays, it is home to Blackbird, which made use of the old airport’s facilities such as the passenger terminal, check in area, and the control tower and integrated it with the design of the restaurant. You will also explore the nearby Ayala Avenue, which is home to numerous skyscrapers and offices, yet still maintains its relationship with nature through its many landscaped urban parks. Your driver will bring you back to your hotel at the end of the day. Join us on this tour and learn more about the past in Manila, while seeing the present development of the city in the district of Makati. This is the perfect tour to experience the two aspects of Metro Manila. Check availability by choosing a date above.
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Duration:
7hours
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All year
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Eco-friendly Manila City Tour | Bike Rental Included

Ride comfortably around Intramuros on bamboo bikes with this Bambike full-day tour. As a bonus, all tour participants will get a free reuseable bottle to avoid the use of single-use plastic and to promote more eco-friendly choices. This is the perfect tour for history lovers as you will get to learn about Manila’s rich history and includes a visit to the Manila American Cemetery which played a big role in World War II. Starting from the monument of Dr. Jose P. Rizal, which is the point from where all distances in Manila are measured, you will continue on to Casa Manila, which is a replica of a Spanish colonial mansion from the late 19th century. This is also the headquarters of Bambike Ecotours. From here, you will be lent a bamboo bike, which you can use to ride around Intramuros with your tour guide, and you will pass by important landmarks such as Fort Santiago, which guards the entrance to the Pasig River. You will also visit the historical San Agustin Church, which is the only structure left intact after the destruction of Intramuros in World War II.  Up next is the National Museum, one of the most popular museums in the country which is rich in Filipino art and relics of history. The whole complex comprises of three museums: The Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Anthropology museum. There is even a mini-mangrove forest recreation inside the museum which houses wildlife whose natural habitat are mangroves. You will definitely learn a lot about the Philippines in this exhibit. The last stop on this tour is the American Cemetery, a 152-hectare plateau which contains the largest number of graves of deceased soldiers during World War II. Most of these soldiers lost their lives in New Guinea and the Philippines. There is also a chapel in the middle of the cemetery which is made to honor these fallen heroes. After you’re done, your guide will drive you back to your hotel, ready to share your newfound knowledge with friends and family. Experience this jam-packed tour of Manila in an eco-friendly way! You will even get to take home a souvenir from Bambike Ecotours which you can reuse during your other travels. Check availability by choosing a date above. 

Duration:
7hours
Available:
All year
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Chinatown Tour with Divisoria Shopping | Snacks and Lunch Included

Explore the sights and tastes of the oldest Chinatown with this walking tour around Binondo. You will learn about the history of the commercial center while exciting your taste buds with the various Chinese delicacies you will encounter on this tour! Bargain hunters will also enjoy this tour as you will be taken to Divisoria where various goods can be found at rock-bottom prices. A designated driver and tour guide will pick you up from your hotel and take you to the downtown district of Binondo, where you will continue on foot to better experience the numerous vendors and attractions. Founded in 1594 by a Spanish governor named Luis Perez Dasmarinas, Binondo is the oldest Chinatown in the world and was the center of China’s trade in the city due to its strategic location. You will get to visit the new Binondo Chinatown Arch which marks the entrance to this historical area. Other famous landmarks in the area include the El Hogar Filipino Building, which is an early skyscraper in Manila, and Plaza San Lorenzo Ruiz. You will also pass by Ongpin, which is a street lined with gold vendors and is one of the best places to get jewelry in the metro. Of course, visiting Binondo isn’t complete without trying out the local Chinese food such as soup and dumplings. After lunch, you will continue on to Divisoria, which is a shopper’s paradise. This district is divided into many malls named by number, the most famous being 168. Many trendy and unique items can be found in this mall and it is sold at wholesale prices. After you’ve done your shopping, your driver will take you back to your hotel, maybe with a lot of shopping bags in tow. Get your stomachs and legs geared up and join us now to embark on this food and shopping trip around Binondo. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
7hours
Available:
All year
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Binondo Tour with Chinese Cemetery | Tasting Chinese Delicacies

Witness both the oldest Chinatown in the world and oldest Chinese Temple in Manila in this full-day walking tour around the historical district of Binondo. Food lovers will love this tour as you will get to try various Chinese delicacies in the streets. You will also feel like being transported to China as you visit the Chinese cemetery which houses architecture similar to those found in Fujian province. To start your tour, you will be picked up in your accommodation by your tour guide and taken to downtown Binondo, which you will explore on foot. Binondo is the oldest Chinatown in the world and was founded in 1594 by Luis Perez Dasmarinas, a Spanish governor, and was the main hub of the Chinese back in the day thanks to its advantageous location. Binondo is home to the Binondo Chinatown Arch, which serves as the entry point to the district. Notable attractions in the area include the Plaza San Lorenzo Ruiz and Binondo Church which is one of the oldest places of Christian worship in the Philippines. Jewelry lovers will definitely enjoy visiting Ongpin, which is home to a lot of gold vendors. You will also get to try various Chinese delicacies such as dumplings and soup. Once you’ve had your fill, your tour guide will drive you to the 5.4 hectare Manila Chinese Cemetery in Santa Cruz, Manila. This is the second oldest cemetery in Manila and is the resting place of the Chinese who were denied burial in Catholic cemeteries during the Spanish colonial times. It is home to the Chong Hock Tong Temple, which is the oldest Chinese temple in Manila and was demolished back in 2015, but has since been rebuilt. As the day ends, your driver will bring you back to your hotel, full of new knowledge about Manila.  Put on your walking shoes and join us on this adventure to discover the sights, sounds, and tastes of Chinatown. This will surely be an experience you’ll want to share with your friends and family. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
7hours
Available:
All year
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Siquijor Island Tour | A Day of Fun and Mysteries

Step right up to join this guided tour around one of the finest and most unique sites found in the what is believed to be the mystical island in the Philippines. From an old church and balete tree to the beautiful falls and beaches, this tour is for anyone looking for something mysterious and historical while staying at Siquijor. In the morning, expect the tour vehicle to pick you up and take you near the port of Siquijor, where St. Francis of Assisi Church is located. This structure was built on February 1, 1783, and served as a hiding place from pirates. It is prominently known as the “Siquijor Church.” You will then head to Paliton Beach. With its fine white sand and awe-inspiring view of Negros and Apo islands nearby, most tourists and locals consider this place the most beautiful of its kind on the island. After visiting the beach, you will be taken to the century-old balete tree, which locals believe to be enchanted and is said to be the oldest and biggest in Siquijor. Feel free to dip your feet in the natural spring at the foot of the tree as you enjoy the serene surroundings. Afterward, the van will take you to Hapitanan then to Lazi Old Convent. Established in 1884 and completed in 1891, Lazi Convent is believed to be the biggest and oldest of its kind in Asia. Inside the convent is the Siquijor Heritage Museum, where religious artifacts and historical pieces are preserved. After your quick visit inside the museum, head next to Cambugahay Falls. Dubbed as the mystical waterfall of Siquijor, it boasts of its multi-layered falls with clean and warm water coming from natural springs, rainwater, and watersheds. Here, you can enjoy an unlimited swing jump. Your tour will end in Salagdoong Beach. It is one of the most popular beaches on the island, where its natural beauty lures visitors. Two platforms are provided for cliff diving on the beach; if you have the guts, you can try it out. The beach’s crystalline water is also quite inviting for a nice swim. Know the mysteries and extraordinary sites in Siquijor in just one day. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
7hours
Available:
All year
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Manjuyod Sandbar & Dolphin Watching Private Tour | One-Day Water Adventure

Come aboard a private boat for an incredible dolphin watching adventure. See the adorable marine creature play in the water, while you unwind on the white gem of Negros Oriental. This is the perfect tour for all dolphin enthusiasts and sandbar lovers traveling in the southeastern half of the large Negros Island. The tour starts with a departure from your hotel going to the town of Manjuyod, where the fun awaits you. Once you reach the site, you will board a boat that will take you to the Tañon Strait to see the dolphins. Feel free to take pictures and record your encounter as you watch them jump and do acrobatic spins in the air. There are different species of dolphin dominating the area, such as the Pan-Tropical Spotted Dolphins, Bottlenose Dolphins, Long Snouted Spinner Dolphins, and Fraiser. It is best to visit them in the morning as the water is calmer. Afterward, you will then be taken to Manjuyod Sandbar. You will be given enough time to do whatever you want on the beach; be it wade in the water, go for a swim, lie down on the sandbar, or just simply enjoy the heat. However, Manjuyod is not the best site to snorkel as there are sea lice in the area – although harmless, they can still give bitter stings. Nonetheless, you can always take advantage of the crystal clear water and gaze at the marine creatures underwater. There are also rental cottages dotting the area, which remind people of The Maldives, thus dubbing the place as “The Maldives of the Philippines.” If you prefer not to rent a cottage, you can just chill on the boat or sand and enjoy a beach picnic. You can best enjoy the sandbar during low tide as it is most visible. By noon, the water almost rises to four meters. Grab this opportunity to catch sight of the magnificent dolphins and explore the country’s version of “The Maldives.” Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
7hours
Available:
All year
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Dumaguete Countryside Tour | Time for Relaxation and History

Spend a day in Dumaguete, exploring the most iconic attractions in the countryside. This tour is specially planned for those who wish to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and see the many beautiful places away from the busy and crowded streets. Your trip kicks off once the tour vehicle picks you up from your accommodation. You will head straight to Barangay Malabo for your first destination, the Red Rock Hot Spring. Here, you can enjoy a relaxing dip in its warm sulfur water, which is believed to heal health problems like asthma, arthritis, and sinusitis, among others. Surrounding the pool are lush green forestry and mountain ranges that make a perfect background for photo-ops. Not far from the hot spring is the Pulangbato Twin Waterfalls. You can see natural red rocks dotting the area, which explains why the place is called as such. Also, one of the falls’ water cascades on a wall covered with sulfur deposits, making the rocks appear red. Despite the presence of sulfur in the water, you can still go for a swim in the natural pool. Afterward, you will visit the Cata-al World War II Museum in the town of Valencia. It houses a large personal collection of World War II artifact discovered in the region by a father-son duo, namely Porforio and Felix Cata-al. Porforio himself will take you on a tour of his collection. Here, you can find burnt remains of an American militia uniform, Japanese currency, and more. Your last stop in this tour is at Subida souvenir shop. You can choose from an array of traditional Filipino toys, health and beauty products, jewelry and original artworks, food, and clothes that you can take home. Explore the countryside of Dumaguete on this whole-day trip filled with nature’s beauty and historical stories. Check availability by choosing a date.  

Duration:
7hours
Available:
All year
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Balinsasayao Twinlake Tour with Free City Tour | Dumaguete Excursion

Combine a relaxing boat ride with an exciting city sightseeing side trip on this budget-friendly tour. This excursion will bring you on a cruise along the famous twin lakes of Sibulan before taking you to the iconic attractions around Dumaguete City. If you’re looking forward to enjoying Dumaguete’s best land and water adventure, then you’ll definitely love this tour. A tour van will pick you up at your hotel and drive you to the small coastal town of Sibulan, where Balinsasayao Twin Lakes National Park can be found. Situated atop the mountains, the two pristine lakes, called Danao and Balinsasayao, were formed from a volcanic eruption about 100,000 years ago, and its 90-meter deep crater was filled with rainwater over time. Aboard a boat, feast your eyes on the impressive wildlife of the area. Hundreds of species of forest trees, fruit-bearing plants, and flowers surround the lakes. On top of that, you also get to enjoy bird watching, as the lakes are home to a wide variety of species of bird, one of which is the most popular Flaming Sunbird. If you want to savor the moment more, you can go kayaking. After a fun time at the lake, you will go straight to the city for a free tour. Your first stop will be Alimyon Kapehan. This is a restaurant famous for its overlooking and fascinating vista as well as its coffee made from corn, rice, or pure beans. You will next go to Silliman University, a school that is a rare combination of colonial American and modern Filipino. Afterward, you will head to Subida, where you can purchase items created by the master artisans and craftsmen of the island. Your last two stops will be the