"Travel to the vast countryside southwards away from the hustle and bustle of Manila, passing through hectares of rice fields and coconut plantation until you arrive at the old town of Pagsanjan. From the riverside, transfer to a dugout canoe on the trip to the falls; the boatman will row you downstream by ‘shooting the rapids’ through 14 rapids of the river as the boatmen steer past huge boulders in churning waters at top speeds for a fun and exhilarating ride until you reach the calm river of Pagsanjan. As you go further, the wonders of nature will unfold right before your eyes where the sight of the lush greenery and towering cliffs above will add up to the endless thrills until you reach the main falls where you can freely swim, and discover a hidden cave behind the falls. Visit/s: Pagsanjan Waterfalls, Devil's Cave, Activities: Swimming, River RaftingPick-up time & area: 0700H | Manila/Makati City AreaDrop-off time & area: 1500H | Manila/Makati City Area"
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"This tour will introduce the Manila and its suburbs, starting off with the most iconic Rizal Park, a spread out open lawns of ornamental gardens, ponds, paved walks and wooded areas, dotted with monuments to a whole pantheon of Filipino heroes. Then to Fort Santiago and Intramuros was also known as the "walled city", within the fort grounds, you'll find an oasis of lovely manicured gardens, plazas and fountains leading to its arched gate and pretty lily pond. Plus a visit at the San Agustin Parish and Museum where a treasure house of antiquities that gives you a tantalizing glimpse of the fabled riches of Old Manila. After the historical roam, roving tour at the Cultural Center Complex along Roxas Boulevard on your way to downtown Manila across the Pasig River to cosmopolitan suburbs of Makati where you'll find the Manila American Cemetery within the busiest commercial center.Visit/s: Fort Santiago, Casa Manila, San Agustin Parish & Museum, Intramuros, Roving Tour: Roxas Boulevard, Makati Business Center, SM Mall of AsiaPick-up time & area: 0900H | Manila/Makati City AreaDrop-off time & area: 1200H | Manila/Makati City Area"
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"Get to visit Taal Volcano on a 7-hour adventure tour from Manila and see one of the Philippines' most scenic and unique active volcano that is within a lake within a volcano. Did I lose you there? Taal Volcano being the smallest active volcano in the world that is literally surrounded by a lake which is within another volcano and is accessible thru a 30 minutes boat ride across the lake to the village of Talisay on Volcano Island where your local guide will start to lead you in a 30-45 minutes hike to conquer the mountain through the wide hardened black lava to the rim of the crater a view of the awesome moonlike landscape awaits. But if you fancy enjoying the view of Taal as you climb and you're not as adventurist as you thought could be, then you will have the option to rent a horse on your way to the crater lake. Whatever way you take, surely the crater lake and surrounding area are breathtaking every minute of the hike. Visit/s: Taal Volcano Crater LakePick-up time & area: 0700H | Manila/Makati City AreaDrop-off time & area: 1400H | Manila/Makati City Area"
"Just 2.5 hours drive from Manila, Villa Escudero stands amidst a pastoral grove of coconut plants and verdant fields where it showcases a picturesque view of the old plantation life. While sipping your locally made welcome drink, the local folks will serenade you on-board a water buffalo-drawn carts that transport you going to the man-made waterfalls. A one of a kind experience for you to get up close and personal with a roaring waterfall while enjoying a lunch of local cuisine at a handmade bamboo table. When you're full, you can just relax at the foot of the falls. During weekends, holidays or special occasions, a cultural show is being presented by the locals for your entertainment. Your visit here also includes the museum that houses a family museum of archaeological artifacts and private collections of antique relics from periods ranging from Pre-History, Spanish colonial times and World War II. This is one tour where no shirt and no shoes are no problem!Activities: Museum Tour, Carabao Cart Ride, Swimming, Cultural Show (Holidays / Weekends)Pick-up time & area: 0700H | Manila/Makati City AreaDrop-off time & area: 1500H | Manila/Makati City Area"
"1.5 hours of ferry ride will bring you to a tadpole shape island 25 miles west of Manila - Corregidor Island. What once visited by history enthusiast or veterans, now swarms with leisure tourist venturing out here to enjoy the scenic island and its sweeping views on the way and in the island. This tour highlights a guided Transvia bus ride around the island to visit the Island Fortress Malinta Tunnel served as a refuge for President Quezon and his men during the Japanese invasion. Ride away to the Mile Long Barrack and American-built Pacific War Memorial which is a shrine to the thousands who died in the conflict during the WWII, where a small museum showcasing photos, medals, gas masks, samurai swords and Japanese pistols is open for tourist viewing. Plus, a few optional activities for you to enjoy such as Kayaking, Bambike, easy hike, and the most beautiful sunrise & sunset watching, all available should you opt to stay overnight in the island! You'll never know what a small island could offer until you step right upon it!Visit/s: Manila Bay Seaside, Fortress Malinta Tunnel, Mile Long Barrack, American-built Pacific War MemorialPick-up time & area: 0530H | Manila/Makati City AreaDrop-off time & area: 1600H | Manila/Makati City Area"
Boracay Island is temporarily closed to foreignand local visitors from April 26 to Oct 27, 2018.After the rehabilitation, we look forward towelcoming you again to this world-class destination.
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