Post Tours

Updated: as of July 26, 2017

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ILOCOS: UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE TOUR An interesting blend of local culture with the Spanish influence on the North West Coast of Luzon covering the provinces of Ilocos Sur and Ilocos Norte. Visits will highlight UNESCO Heritage sites such as the churches of Paoay, Sta. Monica and the town of Vigan. Travel back in time and explore the heritage houses. Every house paints a historical picture of yesteryear, and the future of the city. Experience a thrilling ride using 4×4 vehicle traversing the vast sand dunes of Paoay. Feast on the local delicacies of this region such as the: longganisa (local sausage), empanada (savory pastry stuffed with longganisa), bagnet (crispy, fattening pork belly that melts in your mouth) and the chichacorn (Puffed, crunchy, and flavored corn). 1
SOUTHERN LUZON: WELLNESS AND HERITAGE TOUR The tour takes you to the closest provinces in Metro Manila. It might just be an hour or two away, but the diverse topography and varied natural attractions make this tour interesting. It boasts of Taal Lake, which contains the world’s smallest active volcano. Step into Nurture Wellness Village a place where supreme relaxation and rejuvenation upholds. Travel back in time through the Taal Heritage Village. Have a sip of Arabica coffee from Amadeo, known as the “coffee capital of the Philippines” with pastries from the local coffee shop. Then, cleanse and purify your body from within at The Farm at San Benito. 1
PALAWAN: THE LAST FRONTIER Experience the Philippines’ last frontier, the tropical paradise of Palawan in the Philippines that was once again voted as the “world’s best island” by readers of Travel + Leisure magazine. Wind your way down the Puerto Princesa Underground River (UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature). A one-hour journey through the caves is more than worth it for the underground river, the impressive stalactites, and the awesome rock formations. Engage yourself with the Aeta descendants, the Batak Tribe. 1
CEBU – BOHOL: THE VISAYAN CHARMS Experience the charms of the Visayas region. Explore the Queen City of the South, known as Cebu and immerse yourself with the community of Aloguinsan. Head to the countryside tour of Bohol, home to two of the most famous tourist attractions in the Philippines – the Chocolate Hills that look like perfect mounds of chocolate, and the Philippine tarsiers, primates so small that they fit comfortably in the palm of your hand. As you slowly drift down the Loboc River, you can enjoy a delicious local buffet while being serenaded by the local community. Swim or snorkel in the secluded island of Balicasag in Panglao, one of the country’s best dive sites. 1
CORON: NORTHERN PALAWAN’S ECO ADVENTURE Busuanga, Palawan is situated in what is considered as the Philippines’ last ecological frontier, in the Province of Palawan. Discover the pristine and natural attractions, marine reserves, tropical jungles, a sanctuary for the most exotic animal, plant, and aquatic life in the country. It offers a wide array of activities, from visiting our scenic island beaches, to wreck diving, catching the life of our exquisite corals, river cruising on mangrove-laden forest, kayaking, hiking our lush rainforest, hills, mountain scenic view, waterfalls, and natural springs. 1
DUMAGUETE-SIQUIJOR-SUMILON: GENTLE AND MYSTICAL ISLAND TOUR Dumaguete is known as “The City of Gentle People.” It’s easy to see why – this is a serene university town filled with gentle locals, and its atmosphere is conducive to artistic and scholarly pursuits. Visit the Silliman University, established in 1901 and the oldest American-founded university in Asia. Stroll around the campus and visit the Silliman Anthropological Museum, which contains artifacts that date back to 2,000 years ago and an ethnographic compendium of the different indigenous groups of the Philippines. Have a close encounter of friendly creatures of the sea as you enjoy swimming with the friendly turtles of Apo Island. Then, we will take you to the mysterious allure of Siquijor, whose attractions include great dive sites, waterfalls, caves and forest walks in the hilly interior. Afterwhich, discover the serenity of Sumilon Island which remains as one of Cebu’s best kept secrets and is found on the southeastern tip of the mainland. Its sandbar is well known for its changing shapes and shifting locations around the island, depending on the season. On the island, there is a natural lagoon teeming with high mangroves. There are also natural caves where fishermen used to seek refuge. On the southside, a lighthouse rests on a protected tree park. Beside it is a “Baluarte”, a historical watchtower built as part of a warning system to thwart slavers and marauders in the 19th century. 1
ILOILO-NEGROS OCCIDENTAL: CULINARY, PILGRIMAGE AND HERITAGE TOUR Iloilo, the historical and cultural cradle of the Visayan Islands, is home of handwoven fabrics, collection of historical antiques, and old churches of greatly varying designs of a guileless people. Indulge yourself with their famous local culinary cuisines such as La Paz Batchoy, a delicacy made of scissored noodles and pork innards simmered in broth; Pancit Molo, a soup spiced with chicken meatballs daintily wrapped in thin dough and Binakol, chicken cooked in young bamboo tube. Other Ilonggo delicacies are pinasugbo (banana brittle), barquiron (local stuffed waffles), barquillos (local wafers) and an array of mouth-watering treats. Negros Occidental known as the Sugar Capital of the Philippines, brings you centuries back in time by visiting ancestral heritage houses in the cities of Silay, Talisay and Bacolod. 1

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