Day by Day
- Outbound Flight
- Train Journey
- Return Flight
Overnight flight from the UK to the Philippines.
On arrival in Manila you will be met by your guide and taken to your hotel.
Enjoy a tour of the walked city of Intramuros - full of history and charm.
Begin your northern Luzon round trip with a long up from Manila to Banaue's famous rice terraces.
Take a local jeepney to small and remote villages, visit local markets and admire the stunning views of the UNESCO World Heritage rice terraces - they are the most dramatic in the world and have been here over 20,000 years.
On your trip through the beautiful countryside you will stop to see the Ifugao burial caves before finishing in Mount Data.
Spend the day exploring Baguio City including the large public market that sees villages from all over the region come to sell their wares.
Finish your tour today with the drive south back to Manila where you will overnight in the city.
Fly to the island of Bohol in the Visayas group. You will be met here and taken to your hotel.
You have a tour of Bohol island today which will take you to old Spanish churches, a tarsier sanctuary, the famous chocolate hills and some beautiful villages.
Enjoy the day relaxing by the beach.
Head back to the ferry terminal for the boat to Siquijor before a transfer to your hotel.
You will be taken on a tour of the island today - famous for it`s `spooky` past and home to the country`s best traditional healers. Meet friendly local villagers and enjoy the very laidback atmosphere of this beautiful mountainous island.
Enjoy the day at leisure.
Another boat journey as you travel across to Negros Oriental`s capitol city of Dumaguete where you will be met by your guide and taken to your hotel.
You may like to take a snorkelling trip to Apo Island today. Your hotel runs daily trips for divers and snorkellers and you have a good chance of seeing turtle amongst the pristine reefs.
Enjoy your final full day away relaxing at your own time.
Overnight flight from the Philippines to the UK.
Touch down in the UK today.