Go around some of the popular highlands and islands of the Philippines, explore its beautiful landscapes and historic treasures, and immerse with its friendly people.
12 Days / 11 Nights
US$ 1,999 / person on double occupancy
US$ 2,660 / person on single occupancy
US$ 1,845 / person on triple occupancy
MANILA: Round-trip airport, 2N twin-share accommodation with breakfast (pre and post Banaue & Sagada Tour)
BANAUE: Private transport service throughout (Manila-Banaue-Sagada-Manila); 2N accommodation at Banaue Hotel with breakfast; Banaue Viewpoint and Banaue Rice Terraces Village Tour (note: lunch is on personal account).
SAGADA: 1N accommodation in Sagada with breakfast; Sagada Day Tour (note: lunch is on personal account)
BOHOL: Round-trip airport transfers in Bohol; 2N accommodation at Bluewater Panglao or similar resort with breakfast; Firefly Watching Tour with dinner; Bohol Countryside Tour with lunch
CEBU CITY: One-way ferry from Bohol, port and airport transfers; 1N accommodation at Quest Hotel or similar hotel with breakfast, Twin City Tour with lunch.
PTO. PRINCESA, PALAWAN: Round-trip airport transfers, 3N accommodation at Hue Hotel or similar hotel with breakfast, Puerto Princesa City Tour with lunch; Underground River Tour with lunch; Honda Bay Island Hopping Tour with picnic lunch.
Exclusions: Domestic airfare, meals and services not stated above, and gratuities.
Note: Rate is subject to change without prior notice / valid until March 2019
1. Manila - Pre and Post Sagada Tour MANILA, the country’s capital is a melting pot of the different cultures that make up the Philippines. Here you will be getting in touch with the country’s history and feel the pace of its growth as nation with places that breathe in the dynamism of the times..
2. Banaue and Sagada BANAUE is home to the world-famous Banaue Rice Terraces and recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Guests can hike around the area to have a closer look at the ingenuity of its centuries-old designs. SAGADA a popular destination for both local and foreign tourists because of its cool fresh air, waterfalls, pine sceneries, rocky terrain, rice terraces, centuries-old burial caves, hanging coffins, and its local weaving industry.
3. Bohol Prepare to be held in awe with BOHOL’s famous Chocolate Hills. Have a unique encounter with the adorable Malmag, a.k.a Tarsier, the smallest primate in the world. Cruise along the Loboc River and savor in the sights and delectable food aboard a floating restaurant. Untangle Bohol’s beauty one activity at a time.
4. Cebu Regal and rich in culture, CEBU offers an experience that will take travelers down the path of history. Visit churches that have stood through the centuries for a rustic showcase of culture and religion. Walk upon sites that were witness to crucial events in Philippine history. In Cebu, you will be seeing the interesting interplay of tradition and modernity.
5. Puerto Princesa, Palawan Legend has it that PUERTO PRINCESA CITY was named after a princess-like maiden who roamed around the place on certain nights of the year. On the other hand, the practical people attribute the name to the geographical advantages of the place as a seaport – with a depth that can accommodate any size of shipping – a royal haven for vessels during the Spanish colony. Today, the City has gained the distinction of being a model city – in cleanliness, environmental protection and conservation, and local governance in general.