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The Philippines is an archipelago in the Philippine Sea and South China Sea. The country has breathtaking landscapes, warm tropical waters, modern cities, historic churches and Spanish colonial architecture. Explore jungles, caves and volcanoes, dive to World War II shipwrecks and discover fascinating art and culture.
The Philippines encompasses more than 7,000 islands, with most of the population living on a handful of them. Find plentiful water activities on this chain of islands with a tropical climate.
Go snorkeling in the coral garden at Boracay Island. Dive to see the wrecks of Japanese warships off the coast of Palawan. At the Apo Reef Natural Park, snorkel and dive in one of the world's largest single coral reefs. Ride the waves on a surfboard at the beaches of Baler, Aurora.
On land, the diverse wilderness offers plenty of excitement and adventure. Hike through tropical rainforests on Bohol and Mindanao. Look for cockatoos and small primates known as tarsiers. Explore the underground caves of Sohoton Park in Western Samar. Trek past waterfalls, mountain lakes and through forests on your way up to Mt Apo National Park, the country's tallest peak. Although still classified as active, the date of the volcano’s last eruption is unknown.
Spend time in the Philippines’ cities. Manila is the capital, a sprawling city with a population of more than 10 million people. Stroll along the streets of Intramuros, the old walled Spanish settlement to see Spanish colonial buildings, Fort Santiago and Manila Cathedral. View works by Filipino masters at the National Art Gallery. The city’s great family attractions include Manila Zoo and Manila Ocean Park.
If your itinerary allows, visit other urban centers. Stay in luxury beach resorts and shop in the large malls of Cebu. At the mountain city of Baguio, look for a reconstructed native village and relax in natural hot springs.
Reach the Philippines by flying into Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport or Mactan Cebu International Airport. Come for the wildlife, beaches, culture and history.
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A: Grab your luggage and get ready to begin your amazing adventure in Philippines from one of these popular international airports:
A: Many travelers opt to spend their getaways in hotels. Some go for the amenities and services of guest houses or hotel resorts, while others have a preference for condos. Whatever you're looking for, Philippines has a hotel that fits your needs.
A: Flight and car. Hotel and flight. Car and hotel. Hotel, car and flight. You get the idea. You can book as much or as little as you like, all in the one place. To squeeze the most out of your Philippines vacation, check out our attractions and activities while you're at it.
A: One of the easiest ways to save is to bundle everything with Expedia. Flights, Hotels and Car Rentals can all be combined into a vacation package — doing this will save you time too. Keep this in mind before making your booking.
A: If Manila is on your itinerary, you have plenty of options. The most frequented include Makati City Hall, Circuit Makati and New Era University — visit them to appreciate why.
If you're visiting Davao, Robinsons Cybergate Davao, Davao Zorb Park and Damosa Gateway are certainly well worth your time.
Lastly, get a taste of the local life in General Santos with a visit to T'boli Settlement, Malakong Gorge and Bunga Spring.
This is our 2nd visit in the last year. We love this quaint hotel as it sits in its own small compound and is close to local shops, fresh bakeries and cantenes. The restaurant on site has great comfort foods. The staff is welcoming and always ready to serve your needs. The rooms are spacious and ...
Staff are attentive to our needs and courteous. Excellent continental and Filipino buffet selections. The resort gift shop is reasonably priced and sells handmade native bags. The beach front is outstanding and sand is white and powdery in which Boracay is known for. Its 15-20minutes walk to D'Mall ...
The staff are very friendly and attentive. The location is 15 minutes away from downtown. There is no view of the beach, but it’s still a serene view of distant mountains and green fields. We arrived at the grand opening so a lot of things are still being set up. The pools are amazing and the food ...
Stayed here for 3 nights 4 days and My husband and I had a great time. Although, I wouldn’t stay here longer than that. There’s no planned activities during the day and we kinda got bored on the 3rd day. It’s about an hour boat ride from the main land so you need to pretty much eat and chill on the ...