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Manila and Boracay

$1325 per person

The Philippines will never fail to amaze you. The stunning sights above and under the sea, the culture, the hospitality, the food, and of course, the friendly people willing to welcome visitors wherever and whenever

There are many tourist spots to visit in Manila alone! It’s a beautiful city full of surprises and amazing things to try! You’re bound to fall in love with Manila thanks to its interesting tourist spots, foodie destinations, and fun activities

Beaches in Boracay Island  boast white sand, almost seemingly like a powder.

It is a trip that you will never forget …

  • Destination
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  • Included
    Airport Transfers
    Entry Fees
  • Not Included
Day 1: Arrival Manila
Upon arrival in Manila, you will be transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure to explore the city. Overnight in Manila.
Day 2: Manila City Tour (B)
Breakfast at the hotel. Enjoy a day of revelry with a tour of the biggest and brightest entertainment districts in the metro. Begin with a visit to Resorts World Manila which is an integrated resort and casino complex carrying world-class brands in entertainment. Here you can take advantage of wide shopping selections, a variety of gastronomic choices, top of the line casinos, and other activities like catching a show at the Newport Performing Arts Theater. Follow this up with a trip to Bonifacio Global City - formerly the national headquarters of the Philippine Army until it was turned into the retail and dining mecca that it is now. End the day on a meaningful note with a visit to the Manila American Cemetery to view the beautiful 152-acre field that serves as a memorial to American soldiers of World War II. Then proceed with the tour of Makati. it is undoubtedly best known to be the center of the emerging Philippine economy, but this city has many cultural treasures in its repertoire of attractions. Begin your Makati Cultural Highlights tour with a brief visit to the Nielson tower, an aviation landmark right in the middle of the Metro. Then you will embark on a tour to get to know more about the history of the country. First will be a rolling tour of the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) which was established to preserve, develop and promote arts and culture in the country; the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) made history as it was Asia's first international convention center, setting a trend that led other countries to make their own; Coconut Palace, which is also known as Tahanang Pilipino, is the official residence and the workplace of the Vice President of the Philippines. Then proceed to Rizal Park, and look for the golden footprints to retrace the last steps of the national hero, Jose Rizal. Then be transported back in time with a trip to Intramuros, the walled city of Manila where many of the country's historic moments took place. Then you will explore the preserved ruins of Fort Santiago, see how the life was during the Spanish Colonization in Casa Manila, San Agustin Church was the only structure left intact after the destruction of Intramuros in World War II. Lastly visit Baluarte de San Diego which used to be a bastion and was part of the Spanish colonial fortification in this walled city. Overnight in Manila.
Day 3: Manila Departure - Boracay (B)
You are free to spend the day at leisure until the designated time that you will be picked up and shuttled to the airport for your flight to Boracay. Upon arrival in Boracay, you will be transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure to enjoy the white sand beach of Boracay. Overnight in Boracay.
Day 4: Island hopping tour on sic (B.L)
Enjoy a sumptuous seafood lunch set against the picturesque scenes of Crystal Cove Island Resort. Soak up the sun's rays by the shore or explore the colorful underwater worlds of Boracay during this half-day tour. After the tour, transfer back to the hotel. The rest of the day free at leisure. Overnight in Boracay.
Day 5: Boracay at leisure (B)
Spend the day in the world famous island of Boracay known for its azure horizons and hot parties. Soak up the sun’s rays while enjoying the wide array of extreme sports on and off the water, like parasailing, cliff diving, ATV rides, and zorbing. In the evening, venture into the other stations of the island to get a taste of the famous Boracay party scene. Overnight in Boracay.
Day 6: Boracay Departure (B)
You are free to spend the day at leisure until the designated time that you will be picked up and shuttled to the airport for your onward flight.
Location :
  • Philippine
  Things to do and see:
  • Travel Back in Time at Intramuros in Manilla
  • Visit the magnificent cathedrals and churches in Manilla
  • Shop Until You Drop in Manila Stores such as Divisoria shopping mall or simply visit the shops in Quiapo or Baclaran
  • Conquer your fear of heights with a full day of cliff diving and water sports in Boracay
  • Soak in the white Beach of Boracay where the sand is powder soft, the water is crystal blue, and the coconuts are cold.
  • Ride the Zorb for a crazy fun experience in Boracay
  • Go island hopping tour on top of a classic catamaran
Eating out & Nightlife:
  • Have a Food Trip at Binondo for a local street food experience
  • To chill and dance you can visit the top hot spots such as Poblacion, Bonifacio Global City, Tomas Morato
Moving around :
  • In Manila you can ride The jeepneys for an interesting experience , which are  jeeps were initially produced of U.S. military Jeeps left over from the Second World War. These are renowned for their colorful ornaments that showcased Pinoy architecture and pop culture.
  • In Boracay and Manila you can try  The tricycles. These public utility cars either follow a specific route or are like taxis available for rent. Passenger tricycles may accommodate up to six or more passengers except for the driver.
  • The best way in our opinion is to walk and discover the island in Boracay
Weather :
  • The best time to visit the Philippines is between the months of November and April which are the summer months in this Southeast Asian country. The wet season is from June to October and brings about quite a bit of rain with warm temperatures.
Dress Code:
  • Short & Tshirt
  • Sandals
  • Light dress
  • Swimsuit
Currency :
  • Local Currency is Philippine Peso
  • Credit cards are mostly used in bigger cities only
  • ATM also get fewer outside the big cities
Visa :
  • Visa is required for Lebanese citizens ( call us for further details)

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