Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player

General Information

Other Destinations

  • Albay - The world’s near-perfect cone, Mayon Volcano is located in Albay of the Bicol Region. It stands majestically at 8,189 feet above sea level. From the broad base, it is about 10 kms. in radius. The crater is 2,451 meters above sea level and within a diameter of 0.5 km. It has a notched rim where a pool of boiling lava can be found. Sulfuric steams and gases continually emit from the crater. Since its recorded eruption of 1616, Mount Mayon has about 40 recorded eruptions and the worst was on February 1, 1814 which buried the settlements of Cagsawa and Budiao in the town of Daraga. The latest recorded eruption was on February 2, 1993 which killed at least 73 people.
  • Bacolod City - Dubbed as the “City of Smiles”, Bacolod City serves as the gateway and capital of the sugar province of Negros Occidental. This prime city of Sugarlandia reflects the idyllic and leisurely lifestyles of its fabled sugar barons. The city’s stately ancestral homes are reminders of its rich Castillan past, while its timeless art treasures display the city’s creative heritage.
  • Bataan - Where Corregidor Island is found. Memories of World War II come live in this forlorn speck of land in 1941-1942, during which period an embattled force of Filipino and American soldiers fought one of the great delaying actions of World War II.
  • Batangas - Where one will see Taal Lake and Taal Volcano which are the province’ best known attractions. One of the world’s smallest and most active volcanoes, Taal is often called a “lake within a volcano within a lake.” With its famous coastline, Batangas is home to a number of resorts and dive sites.
  • Cagayan De Oro - Dubbed as the “City of Golden Friendship, “ Cagayan de Oro is fast gaining an image as the most favored convention center in Southern Philippines. It is a city of 18-hole golf courses, mammoth caves, refreshing springs, thundering cascades and festive celebrations. Its fruit stalls overflow with freshly-picked lanzones, mangoes, pineapples, watermelons and santol all year round.
  • Camiguin - The Paradise of the Southern Philippines, is also famous with the sweetest Lanzones in the Country. Unforgettable and heavenly flavored pastry called "Pastel" should never be missed out on your shopping of pasalubong before departing this island.
  • Island Cove - Cavite is also synonymous with Tagaytay City which has the best views of Taal Lake and Volcano. With its nice resorts and proximity to Manila, Cavite has become a favorite destination to local and foreign guests.
  • Dumaguete City - The capital of Negros Oriental, Dumaguete City is the jump-off point for Apo Island, a 32-hectare haven for scuba divers which is rapidly attaining international acclaim as a dive site with its varied array of corals and marine life. It is also where you find Silliman University, the first private Ame-Protestant University in the Philippines, and was declared a bird sanctuary with an area of 35 hectares.
  • Guimaras Island - Guimaras, considered one of the exotic islands in the Philippines was once a sub province of Iloilo. It is known for its nice beaches and unique tourist attractions. It is also the home to Trappist Monastery, the only one of its kind in the Philippines run by the Order of Cistersians of the Strict Observance. Guimaras Island is fast becoming famous for its “Pagtaltal sa Guimaras”, a Lenten Presentation on the hillside pf Jordan with locals as actors. This play has been attracting locals and tourists whose visit usually culminates in the trek to “Balaan Bukid” a place where a large cross and a chapel were constructed on top of a mountain offering a scenic view of Iloilo City across Guimaras Strait.
  • Iloilo City - Iloilo is the oldest city and gateway to the flourishing region of Western Visayas. Centuries-old churches, watchtowers and ancestral mansions make Iloilo a virtual museum city and historical showcase. Miag-ao Church declared as national landmark in 1973 in UNESCO’s World Heritage List is located in Miag-ao, Iloilo City. Iloilo’s island hideaways – Nagarao, Naburot, and Sicigin with their white sand beaches and coral-rich waters, have become the favorite playgrounds of divers and beach lovers.
  • Laguna - Known as the resort province of the Philippines. It abounds with hot springs, lakes, and waterfalls.
  • Leyte - Best known for San Juanico Bridge, a two-kilometer bridge connected to Samar and believed to be the longest in Southeast Asia. Leyte is also famous for its role during the World War II. The MacArthur Landing Memorial at Palo features larger than life statues of the American general and others wading ashore in 1944 to begin the liberation of the Philippines.
  • Olongapo City - Located in Zambales, Olongapo City is the site of Subic Bay Freeport Zone, a tourism showcase converted from the former Subic Naval Base. The Freeport boasts of rainforests, beaches and dive sites as well as luxury hotels, resorts, marinas, gold and yacht clubs, duty free shops and casinos.
  • Pampanga - Now famous for its Mount Pinatubo which erupted in 1991. Its quasi-lunar landscape and crater lake have attracted tourists and trekkers.
  • Pangasinan - Scattered off the coast of Lucap in Alaminos are islands and islets looking like giant turtles comprising the 1,844 hectares of nature and recreational park, the Hundred Island National Park. On many points between the islets, the waters are shallow for swimming and snorkeling. The Quezon Island has picnic sheds, toilets and view decks. Children’s Island is for camping activities while the Govenor’s Island has facilities for accommodation.
  • Puerto Galera - Puerto Galera is found in Mindoro Oriental which is 15 kilometers off the southwest of Luzon.. Oriental Mindoro has 39 named and unnamed islands and islets, leaving much of its attractions virgin to visitors and an untraveled areas to explore. The province’ foremost asset is Puerto Galera, known as the “Pearl of Mindoro”. It is foremost for its splendid coral reefs and exquisite dive sites for new and experienced divers.

GET UPDATED!

Be UPDATED to our
latest promo packages
 

SUBSCRIBE ON OUR NEWSLETTER

* indicates required
FOLLOW US ON TWITTER


FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM