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Download the brochure for Manila here

The Philippines is a country of 7,107 vibrant and colourful islands, all pulsating with life and teeming with flavour. Yet, it is in Manila where you can hear its heart beating the loudest! Manila is a sophisticated capital – the seat of power, centre of trade and industry, commerce, education, entertainment and the arts. It is an invigorating blend of some of the country’s oldest and richest heritage treasures, and the most modern metropolitan features of the Philippine landscape. Its people have acquired an urban cosmopolitan air about them, but have managed to retain their warm and friendly smiles that have made Filipino hospitality renowned throughout the world.

Download brochure for Batanes, Laoag & Vigan here

These volcanic islands and heritage cities in Northern Luzon are all the more worth exploring for their relatively under-the-radar nature. The Batanes Islands radiate tranquil, unspoilt beauty and sustainability. On the mainland, Laoag and Vigan are both iconic cities in their own right with a compelling ethnic and architectural mix.

Download brochure for Bicol here

Covering the southern part of Luzon Island and nearby island-provinces, Bicol lures lovers of the great outdoors with its active volcanoes, mountains, caves and cliffs, along with blissful white-sand beaches and coral reefs.

Download brochure for Borocay here

Boracay is a paradise of plenty, providing everything the traveller could possibly want from a holiday. Dazzling beaches, crystal waters and azure skies supply the backdrop for relaxing or partying, solitude or company. With a seemingly endless list of sports and activities on offer, areas of outstanding beauty to visit and hundreds of places to eat, drink and be merry.

Download brochure for CALABARZON here

Calabarzon is an acronym for the provinces comprising the region – CAvite, LAguna, BAtangas, Rizal and QueZON. It is situated immediately south and east of Metro Manila, and is the complementary hideaway for anyone looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the capital.

Download brochure for Cebu & Bohol here

Cebu lies in the heart of the Philippine archipelago and serves as the ideal gateway for tourists to more than 7,100 fascinating islands of the country.

Scenic Bohol casts a spell on visitors drawn to this – oval-shaped island – from the Chocolate Hills to the Tarsier, from 16th century watchtowers to Baroque Jesuit mission churches, from the Loboc River to Tagbilaran City itself.

Download brochure for the Cordilleras here

Cordillera Administrative Region is the only land-locked region, consisting of the six provinces of Abra, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga, Mountain Province and Apayao with Baguio City serving as the region’s capital.

Download brochure for Davao & Camiguin here

Davao City is a modern metropolis bursting with life, verve and colour. It is located in a land area of 244,000 hectares, which places it among the world’s largest cities. Teeming with a vibrant populace, the city is a bustling hub of commerce, education, tourism and arts.

Download brochure for Iloilo & Negros Oriental here

With its rich history that dates back from pre-Spanish times and its heritage where the east and the west meet, Iloilo is definitely a province that is worth exploring. Not only does it offer its colourful history and culture to travellers, but also its treasure chest full of natural wonders such as pristine beaches, unspoilt forests, thunderous waterfalls and mysterious caves. Add the warm and cheerful disposition of the Ilonggos and you’ve got one perfect holiday experience.

Download brochure for Leyte & Samar here

Samar, with its waves, caves and stunning rock formations, and Leyte – especially Sogod Bay with its vast coral gardens and the exotic Kalanggaman Island and other nature based fun activities including mountain trekking, birding and glamping in the region’s protected landscapes and seascapes – are the main attractions in the Eastern Visayas.

Download brochure for Palawan here

The island province of Palawan has much to offer to those who want to get to the heart and soul of the Philippines. The more adventurous traveller can visit one of Palawan’s indigenous people, the Batak, whose settlements are on the slope of Cleopatra’s Needle. The Tabon and Palawan Museums with their displays of prehistoric artifacts from the Tabon caves and items from the Spanish era bring the areas’ local history to life and are well worth exploring. There is an amazing variety of architecture from the famous Lighthouses at Poblacion and Brooke’s Point, to the Fort at Cagayancillo and Culion Cathedral. For a more lively experience of Palawan culture, there are numerous colourful and exciting festivals held throughout the year featuring parades, processions, religious ceremonies and dance displays.

Download brochure for Siargao here

Swathed in coconut palms, this tropical island in the southern Philippines – named Best Island in Asia by Condé Nast Traveler in 2019 – is a dream for surfers and kitesurfers. But life here is not just about catching the nation’s best waves – there’s also kayaking, paddleboarding, cliff jumping, cave swimming, islandhopping and plenty more.

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