The Philippines remains a safe and enjoyable destination for travelers. It has a wide panel of various activities or sites; natural wonders, ancient milestones, culture and folklore, fine art and craftsmanship, shopping, and entertainment…
The Philippines’s nature is defined by its bright green rice fields, crowded megacities, blazing volcanoes, and last but not least, warm, welcoming, smiling and enthusiastic people.
The Philippines is way more than an out-of-the-way beach. It invites its visitors to trailing in the mountains of North Luzon, to getting in-flight on a kite board in Boracay, to kitesurfing and windsurfing in Boracay and in Daet, Bicol, to caving in Samar… Rafting, kayaking and wakeboarding are also part of the game. Furthermore, the rice terraces around Banaue are most common for hiking… Volcanoes crown the region across Luzon, the Visayas, Mindoro and Mindanao.
The Philippines is a land apart from mainland Southeast Asia. The result of 350 years of Spanish rule shows in its spirituality, culture, and historical sites. Moreover, spoken English is a sign of the Americans’ presence, an influence of Spain’s colonial successors. Still, the country cherishes an authentic one-of-a-kind culture, which remains its own unique entity.
The Philippines consists of more than 7000 islands. The archetypal island boasts a jungle spirit with mountains and a sandy coast. Its amazing aquamarine waters give a healing feel to body and soul…
The Chocolate Hills of Bohol, the perfect cone-shaped Mount Mayon in Albay, the world’s smallest volcano of Taal, the 2000 year old Banaue Rice Terraces -a UNESCO World Heritage Site- are all marvels of nature, a must-see!