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Book a holiday to The Philippines and experience an archipelago of over 7,000 islands. It has beautiful beaches, rice terraces, volcanoes and diving opportunities, as well as having some of Asia’s most remote ethnic tribes.
Located in the stunning region of Palawan, Ariara is a truly special place that is sure to become one of the most desired holiday destinations in the world.
Banaue & Northern Luzon
The Northern Luzon region is home to remote villages and diverse indigenous tribes - often dating back to the Stone Age. The highlight of Banaue is its 2,000-year-old rice terraces.
Bohol & Panglao Island
Bohol is famous for its 1,268 cone-shaped hills which turn from green to brown as they dry. Panglao has fine beaches and excellent diving, but is also home to the Tarsier monkey, one of the World's smallest primates.
Famed for its stunning four-kilometre White Beach, Boracay is a popular destination for weekending visitors from Manila and has a wide choice of hotels, resorts, restaurants and bars.
Cebu's cultural influences are predominantly foreign: The Taoist temple is a symbol of the city’s ethnic Chinese population, while there is a 16 century Spanish-built church of Basilica Minore del Santo Nino.
Dumaguete is knowm for its four universities and the high number of students in the area contribute to a young and laid-back atmosphere. The main reason to come here is to reach the nearby dive sites.
The stunning sheer limestone cliffs and islands that rise out of the sea in cathedral like structures make the El Nido area one of the most picturesque and iconic places in the Philippines.
Manila, the capital of the Philippines has plenty to offer such as the Intramuros, one of the best-preserved Spanish colonial city centres. You can even try the local taxis, or 'Jeepneys'.
Palawan is another island group made up of more than 1,700 islands and islets. It has some of the best wreck diving in the world and there are countless good places to either swim or snorkel.
Siquijor is a laid back and friendly island with stunning beaches and picturesque scenery. It is renowned for its practicing healers and sorcerers dating back centuries.
Southern Luzon has much to offer the first-time visitor, from General McArthur’s WWII headquarters, to any number of active volcanoes, including the famous Mount Pinatubo.