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BACOLOD is the capital city of the province of Negros Occidental. Known as the “City of Smiles” because of its MassKara Festival, a Mardi Gras-like festival and a spectacularly mix of dance, color and music. Bacolod is also known as the Land of Sweet People and for its culinary heritage, including the famous Chicken Inasal (a kind of roast chicken on skewers) and sweet dessert treats like Piaya. Bacolod’s famous landmarks include the beautiful 19th century mansions of sugar barons, historical monuments and churches during the Spanish era.
Discover the lifestyle of the sugar barons or hacienderos through visits to Heritage Houses in Silay City; The Ruins, dubbed as the Taj Mahal of the Philippines is a grand mansion built by Don Mariano Ledesma Lacson as a gift for his Portugues wife; Capitol Grounds and Lagoon; San Sebastian Cathedral and Bishop’s Place; Pope John Paul II Tower. Sample Bacolod's sumptuous cuisine such as Chicken Inasal, Baby Back Ribs, seafood and heavenly desserts!
BAGUIO is located some 5,050 feet above the sea level, nestled within the Cordillera Central mountain range in Northern Luzon, and is popularly known as the “Summer Capital of the Philippines.” During summer and long weekends, residents flee from Manila and the lowlands to Baguio which considerably has a more cool climate.
BANAUE is home to the world-famous Banaue Rice Terraces. Banaue is located in northern Luzon teeming with the rich tradition and culture of its people. Guests can hike around the area to have a closer look at the ingenuity of its centuries-old designs. Due to their cultural and historical significance, the terraces are recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
BATAAN played an important role during the invasion and liberation of the Philippines from the Japanese forces. Bataan is frequented as a destination for Valor tour by the Americans, Japanese and Filipinos to commemorate the heroism that their loved ones offered in the name of military service. Aside from the memorial tours, Bataan is also popular for its Bataan Export Processing Zones (the first “free trade zone” in the Philippines), Pawikan Sanctuary, and world-class beach resorts. SUBIC and OLONGAPO CITY were former hosts to the largest US military facilities outside of the US mainland, the Subic Bay Naval Base.
This tour is a combination of memorial, nature appreciation, and historical tours. Start in Subic and Olongapo, former hosts to the largest military facilities outside of the US mainland. The tour proceeds to Bataan where you will be housed at Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar, a 400-hectare property that showcases architectural pieces of a bygone era from different parts of the country. This tour also highlights a Valor tour to commemorate those who served during the World War II.
BATANES is home to the famous Ivatans who are nationally acclaimed as the ”True Insulares.“ The Ivatans are of Malay decent from Taiwan as well as Spaniards who came to the island in the 16th century. The province lies at the northernmost tip of the Philippines and is composed of three major islands, namely -- Batan (the capital town of Basco), Sabtang and Itbayat. This tour transports you to a dreamland of undisturbed and unspoiled beauty of Batanes and immerses you with the generally peace-loving Ivatans. An ideal model for eco-tourism, Batanes offers a multitude of natural beauty and ecological attractions.
A bucket list for many local tourists, described as a dreamland because of its intense aesthetic landscapes and kindness exuded by its people. This tour includes 3-day excursions to North and South Batan (Batan is the main island of Batanes) and Sabtang Island. The highlights would be the Valugan of which beach is covered by countless boulders; Japanese Tunnel; Mount Carmel Church that is inspired by the Ivatan’s stone house; Tukon RadarStation, once a US weather station; Sabtang Island, a place known for its vernacular houses of the Ivatan in the villages of Chavayan and Savidug; churches; lighthouses; Hommoron Blue Lagoon, once an exclusive place for Spaniard settlers; House of Dakay, the oldest surviving old house in Batan; Honesty Coffee Shop, a store without crew; Alapad Rock Formation; Racuh A Payaman, also known as the Marlboro Country of the Philippines, and many more.
BATANGAS is a popular tourist destination south of Metro Manila. It is home to the famous Taal Volcano, Taal Heritage Town - a small picturesque town that has ancestral houses and structures dating back to the 19th Century. The province also has many excellent beaches, diving spots including Anilao in Mabini, Tingloy Island, Nasugbu and Laiya. Apart from nature and diving tours, Batangas has also put itself in the Philippine tourist map as a place for worship and devotion among Roman Catholics.
Known for its fiery cuisine and nearly symmetrically perfect Mayon Volcano, BICOL region is a definite charmer for visitors who are looking for adventure. Visit ruins created by the volcano many years ago. You will also be sampling a lot of cuisine spiked by the Bicolano’s love affair with sili (chili pepper). Let Bicol’s beauty charm you in a myriad of unique ways.
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. Find out more about Boholano culture - a culture shaped by history and tales of its icons like Datu Sikatuna and Francisco Dagohoy. Cruise along the Loboc River and savor in the sights and delectable food aboard a floating restaurant. Dive and discover the colorful tapestry of Bohol’s seas. Visit islands and soak on some sun along its lovely coastlines. Untangle Bohol’s beauty one activity at a time.
As the Philippines’ premier destination for sand and sun, BORACAY will charm you with its powder white sand and lively scene. This bone-shaped island is one of the most popular island destinations in the world. Voted year after year as a legitimate island paradise, it remains a favorite among travelers both foreign and local. A treasure trove of watersports and other activities plus an exhilarating nightlife, will make any visitor come back for more to this island paradise.
The gateway of Northern Mindanao welcomes you for a ride. CAGAYAN DE ORO is also called the “City of Golden Friendship” because of the inviting warmth exuded by its people. Navigate the wild rapids of the Cagayan River and feel the rush of adrenalin via white water river rafting and river-trekking activities. More adventures await you like hiking, zip-lining and some spelunking.
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 witnesses to crucial events in Philippine history. In Cebu, you will be seeing the interesting interplay of tradition and modernity. Beyond history, it also offers delectable seafood, golden beaches, and other surprises. Experience the rustic ambiance in a bustling metropolis with visits to the Monument of Lapu-lapu, The first Philippine hero; a shell craft store and Guitar and Ukulele factories famous for their fine handcrafted guitars.
CORON, PALAWAN is located in the municipality of Busuanga, province of Palawan situated between Mindoro and mainland Palawan. Busuanga offers a wide array of activities like — visiting scenic island beaches, wreck diving, snorkeling amidst exquisite coral gardens, river cruising on mangrove forest, kayaking, or hiking thru lush rainforest. For low impact activities, tourists may view the limestone’s marble cliffs and rock formations; go fishing; or simply laze on the beach and bask in the gleaming Palawan sun. With all these, tourists of varied interests can make Palawan their top must-visit destination in the country.
Lo and behold the diverse and dynamic city of DAVAO! This city is very much packed with the colors and flavors brought by the various cultural groups found here. Explore the options ranging from adventure to cultural trips and more. Feel the majestic presence of Mt. Apo, the country’s tallest mountains. Experience the seemingly seamless union of modern living in Davao City. Click here for more.
Just because you are in the City of Gentle People does not mean that you should go easy on its amazing sights like its waterfalls, lakes and beaches. Walk by DUMAGUETE CITY's plazas and take your time in appreciating the sense of tranquility prevalent in the city. For inquisitive folks, you can visit museums and marine laboratories. This City of Gentle People will definitely leave a soft spot in your heart.
Discover and experience the “City of Gentle People.” Visit the Siliman University, the first American University in the Philippines; Anthropological Museum exhibits rare and priceless collection of ethnographic and archeological artifacts which date back as early as 200BC; a well-landscaped Ninoy Aquino Park, Negros Oriental Convention Center, Negros Oriental Arts and Heriage, Forest Camp. Dumaguete is a haven for dive enthusiasts - a good choice for diving expeditions in the country.
El Nido, Palawan
EL NIDO, PALAWAN is home to eco-friendly resorts, namely: El Nido Miniloc, El Nido Lagen, El Nido Pangalusian, and El Nido Apulit. Budget accomodations are available in El Nido Town, but not compromising the quality of your El Nido experience. Because of its scenic landscapes and high marine biodiversity, Palawan has become "The Last Ecological Frontier of the Philippines."
Head on to GENERAL SANTOS CITY and fall head over heels for its yellow-fin tuna and other treasures from the sea. And why not, when it is the Tuna Capital of the country? Have a seat and get fresh seafood cooked the way you like it. After a delightful meal, you can visit its eco-tourism park and be in full view of GenSan’s natural sprawling sights. There are also hills, springs and waterfalls to complete the whole package of excitement and enticement.
ILOCOS is home to Laoag City, the country’s Sunshine City, 488 kms. North of Manila and accessible either by land transfer (10 hours) or via an hour flight from Manila to Laoag International Airport. Laoag is a truly unique, self-contained destination where you will experience history and culture; panoramic natural sights such as beaches, lush vegetation and action-packed sand dune activities. Another popular Ilocos destination which is part of the tour is Vigan - one of the few Hispanic towns left in the Philippines where you can find old houses and cobble stone streets. It is regarded as a World Heritage Site.
Then referred as the Queen City of the South, ILOILO is showcased as a rich heritage city and boasts of delectable cuisine, cultural traditions and attractive natural landscapes. Iloilo became more popular for its religious and cultural festival called the Dinagyang - one of the country’s largest festivals held to honor the Santo Nino (Child Jesus) and celebrate the arrival of Malay settlers on Panay Island. The city is also home to many Spanish-colonial churches, huge vintage houses, and old commercial and institutional buildings that have survived the test of time.
ORIENTAL MINDORO is currently being positioned as the country’s emerging eco-tourism destination. Declared by the UNESCO as the Centre of the Centre of Marine Biodiversity in the world, Mindoro has now gained popularity to avid divers from around the world because of its identity as an epicentre of biodiversity and evolution. Mindoro is also an ideal and accessible destination for family vacation and honeymooners, which has resulted to continued and significant tourist arrivals.
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.
SIARGAO is not only known for surfing. It is also a place for game fishing because the coast abounds with tuna, mackerel, marlin, crabs, and squids. It is also an ideal island destination for nature tours because of its powdery white beaches, gorgeous aquamarine waters, falls and lagoons.
Siargao Island Countryside Tour will bring you to General Luna and Dapa; Del Carmen – one of the oldest settlement founded by the Spaniards in the cluster of islands in the Pacific Ocean, and is rich in biodiversity due to its 4,000 hectares of mangrove; San Benito and Santa Monica; Taktak Falls: Burgos where you will get the chance to see the proof that the “world is round;” Pacifico Beach of San Isidro; Magpupungko of Pilar (beach with tide pools).
Get enchanted with SIQUIJOR’s magical charms as you visit its waterfalls, caves, beaches and dive sites. Bike and hike around the challenging trails provided by the landscape. Siquijor will ensnare your senses with its exotic beauty and charm.
Your Siquijor Island excursion includes tour of St. Francis de Assisi Bell Tower and San Juan De Capilay Spring,; visit a local healer to witness a “bolo-bolo” session (a healing process to cure illnesses or curses). Proceed to the historical town of Lazi and marvel at the century old St. Isidro Labrador Church and Convent; quaint coastal town of Enrique Villanueva and Larena; and Triad which has a panoramic view of Siquijor.