It’s time to cross these Philippine destinations off your bucket list. All you have to do is book a flight and these tours will do the rest!
Cebu is best known for its breathtaking beaches. But let’s be real, being a beach bum can get a little boring after a while. Canyoneering is a thrilling way to explore Cebu like never before. Challenge your fears and get ready to scream as you let yourself go and jump 20 to 50 feet into the deep pools underneath! Only then have you earned a day of lazing around and enjoy the stunning coastline.
Photo: Boljoon, Cebu / Neilvert Noval Flickr
Rate: From HKD879
Includes: Cebu accommodation, roundtrip airport transfers, canyoneering adventure with lunch
Validity: Now until July 31, 2018
Book your Cebu adventure here.
Just a quick ferry ride from Cebu is a world of natural wonders also known as Bohol. We recommend starting with a bike ride on a zipline through the majestic Chocolate Hills followed by lunch cruising down the river on a floating restaurant. When you go to China, you get to cuddle with pandas; in the Philippines you get to see cute little tarsiers. These 100 mm tall creatures with rat-like tails are local to Bohol.
Rate: From HKD539
Includes: Bohol accommodation, countryside tour, bike zip ride
Validity: Now – Dec 2017
Ready for a Bohol-iday? Book it, baby.
Attention history buffs, Bataan is your dream destination. Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar showcases Philippine history and offers visitors a glimpse of Pinoy national pride. Be charmed by the ornate 18th century architecture of the houses, first owned by Jose Rizalino “Jerry” Acuzar. Imagine the history, controversy and gossip these walls have witnessed! (Learn all about when you book the tour. Shhh!) Stay in the traditional rooms that now serve as hotel accommodation and admire Philippine craftsmanship and ingenuity.
Photo: Casa Mexico, Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar, Bataan / Wikimedia Commons
Rate: From HKD800 for 3 days, 2 nights
Includes: Hotel accommodation and heritage tour
Validity: Now until June 2018
Book a memorable visit to Bataan right here.
The Ilocos region of the Philippines houses many historical cities, such as Laoag and Vigan. Stroll amongst old churches and lovely lawns in Ilocos Norte, south of Laoag City. These old churches make up the UNESCO Heritage Sites of Paoay Church, each built in classic earthquake-baroque style with a towering belfry. Head south and explore the cobblestone streets of Vigan City by horse drawn carriage. The dark-wood mansions of this Spanish-colonial town are straight out of a fairy tale.
Photo: Ilocos / Asiatravel.com
Rate: From HKD708
Includes: 2 night accommodation in Laoag, tour of Vigan and Ilocos Norte
Validity: Now until June 30, 2018
Don’t wait any longer to experience Ilocos. Book now!
The Island Garden City of Samal, or Samal Island, is Manila’s version of the Hamptons. (Or is the Hamptons New York’s version of Samal Island? Hmm.) Weekenders love to lounge on Davao’s white sand beaches. But since you’re traveling all the way from Hong Kong, why not get in touch with your adventurous side? Not only will you get a chance to see real live fruit bats at Monfort Bat Cave (eek!), but you can also jump into the gushing Hagimit Falls for a quick splash. End your adventure with a peaceful picnic lunch at the Paradise Resort.
Photo: Samal Island / Bro. Jeffrey Pioquinto, SJ Flickr
Rate: from HKD970
Inclusions: Davao accommodation, 3-in-1 Samal Island Land Adventure including visits to the Bat Cave and Hagimit Falls, Paradise Resort tour with lunch
Validity: Now until Dec 31, 2017
Book your trip now and bask in the beauty of Davao.