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  • Customizable
  • 12 Days, 11 Nights
  • Manila - 2D, San Juan -2D, Sagada - 2D, Banaue -2D, El Nido- 2D

A nation studded with a myriad of islands in south-east Asia is home to many fantastic beaches, coral reefs and churches. The Philippines is a very popular tourist destination offering plenty of options for tourists regarding nature, wildlife, adventure, entertainment and nightlife. Triplou takes you to one such offering and fills it up to the brim.

Price Includes

  • Manila - Poblacion bar hopping tour
  • Meals – Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner as mentioned in the itinerary
  • El Nido - Island hopping boat trip & snorkelling
  • Return airport transfers on private basis and sightseeing on Shared Coach basis

Price Excludes

  • Airfare & Airport Taxes
  • Any item of personal nature like tips, laundry, telephone calls etc,
  • GST 5% (Government Tax) on total price
  • Visa and Insurances charges
  • Entrance tickets to attractions other than mentioned above or optional tours or wherever specified
  • Any other meals or sightseeing other than mentioned above
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Itinerary

Day 1Arrival at Manila

Welcome to Manila! Your tour begins with a 6 pm welcome meeting at your central hostel in the Makati City. When the formalities out of the way, head to a nearby restaurant for an included dinner with your fellow travellers. Let your local leader take the reins when it comes to ordering, then feast on a selection of regional dishes served family style. Once you’ve lined your stomach, venture out to popular nightlife district Poblacion. Once regarded as a fairly seedy area, Poblacion has undergone a makeover in recent years and emerged as a hub for bars, art and eclectic dining.

Day 2Manila - San Juan

Rise and shine for a very early check out a private transfer to the bus terminal. Board a local bus to San Juan, a suburb in coastal La Union (approximately 6–7 hours). A book or a few podcasts will help the time pass quicker, as will the promise of sinking your feet into the sand and kicking back on the beach once you get there. Arrive in the afternoon and take some free time to soak up the beachside vibes. Later, you can choose to grab a dinner with the gang at one of your leader’s favourite local spots or make your own plans.

Day 3San Juan Tour

There’s nothing scheduled until dinner, so you can decide whether you’d like to embrace the laid-back life on the beach or head out on an optional adventure to nearby Luna. This optional morning excursion includes a visit to the Miraculous Shrine of Our Lady of Namacpacan, a 19th-century icon of the Virgin Mary which several local miracles have been attributed to. You’ll also visit a centuries-old Spanish watchtower, enjoy a tasting of bibingka and tupig (local rice cakes) and finish with a stroll through an open-air art gallery on the beach. If you decide to partake in this optional excursion, return to San Juan in the afternoon with plenty of time to relax on the beach before sundown. Enjoy a barbecue on the beachfront with your fellow travellers for dinner tonight.

Day 4Sagada

From the beach to the mountains! Load into a private minivan for the approximate 5-hour drive to Sagada. Time spent on the road isn’t so bad when the scenery is this beautiful (and the company is so great), but it’s a good idea to have a book or podcast ready just in case you need them. There will be plenty of stops for photo ops and bathroom breaks along the way. Arrive at your accommodation for the next two nights and settle in. In the afternoon visit a pottery centre to learn some local techniques and get your hands dirty after the demo. It’s harder than it looks. Let your leader show you a nice local eatery or pick your own place for dinner. Later, why not grab a few beers with the crew. Just keep in mind most places in this sleepy mountain town shut pretty early.

Day 5Sagada Tour

Today you’ll see them for yourself and learn about the ancient ‘burial’ practice the area is famous for, which involves stringing up wooden coffins on cliff faces. Continue to a weaving shop and stop to eat a well-deserved lunch. Once you’ve refuelled, make tracks for a waterfall and chill out for bit. Whatever time is left today is yours to do whatever you want (well, within reason). Have you developed a taste for bugnay (wild berry wine) yet? Maybe grab a few glasses with your fellow travellers tonight

Day 6Banaue

Pack your stuff, eat some breakfast and then drive to Bontoc Museum. This sweet little centre is part gallery and part recreated village, giving insight into the daily lives of the Igorot people before colonisation. Next, check out the Banaue Rice Terraces. From a distance they almost look like grass covered pyramids, and it’s amazing to know they were made mainly by hand over 2000 years ago. Spend some time considering just how badass the ancient engineering is, then continue to your lodging where you’ve got free time until dinner. Your meal tonight is based around heirloom rice – ancient rice varieties that have been preserved throughout the ages.

Day 7Banaue Tour

Do some centring exercises, because this morning you’ll be hiking some very narrow rice terraces in Batad. Take a 1-hour transfer to the Batad Rice Terraces, then trek around this man-made amphitheatre. Your leader will school you on the intricacies of growing rice, then you can choose to visit the Tappiya Waterfall or relax and shake off any leftover dizziness from the hike. Munch on regional fare in a local restaurant for lunch, then head back to town for some free time. Tonight you’ve got a really tough decision to make: dinner with your leader at a place they recommend, or trying your luck solo. Choose wisely. There will also be an opportunity to pay a little extra for a rice wine tasting.

Day 8Manila Tour

Today we have a 10-hour drive ahead, which is a great opportunity to crack one open. If you get carsick, or just hate reading, you can always sit back and admire the countryside views, listen to a podcast or catch some Zs. You’ll stop in a local restaurant for lunch en route, arriving in Manila in the late afternoon. Check in to your accommodation, then head out for an optional dinner with your leader and travel mates.

Day 9El Nido

Enjoy a day that’s as clear as the waters in El Nido’s reefs to do whatever the heck you’d like. An island-hopping adventure is included tomorrow, so today you might just want to relax. Maybe walk or hire a bike and ride to Las Cabanas beach. Keep in mind it will take over an hour if you want to go on foot, so pack water and shield yourself from the sun! For dinner it’s hard to go wrong with seafood, so maybe ask your leader for a restaurant recommendation.

Day 10El Nido Tour

This morning head out on a full day of snorkelling and island hopping. Witness jagged limestone islands, rocky coves, virgin rainforest and white sandy beaches. The snorkelling is just as spectacular, revealing beautiful coral and many different species of fish. After an included lunch, venture to the area’s spectacularly clear lagoons. Your evening is then free to do as you wish.

Day 11Leisure day at El Nido

Soak up El Nido however you want during a free day. If you feel like some more adventure you can pay to hire a kayak from El Nido town or book a boat out to one of the lagoons. If you want to see a picture-perfect beach, consider optional trip to Nacpan Beach where white sand and palm trees frame the blue water. Chat to your leader about organising transport to the beach (or for help booking other activities). Keen to immerse yourself in local life? Hiring a bike to pedal around town is a good option.

Day 12Departure

Today the tour comes to an end. Pack your bags and get a souvenir for yourself before you leave.

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FAQ

How will I get flight tickets?

You can reach out to us for flight ticket booking and we assure you to provide the best price available for your journey.

Which currency is most widely accepted on this tour?

The currency in use in the Philippines is Pesos. 

When should I visit the Philippines?

December through February is the ideal time of year to visit the Philippines. These months fall within the country’s dry season and are some of the coolest, with average temperatures in the mid-70s.

What kind of weather can I expect on this trip?

The weather in the Philippines changes dramatically and quickly. You could begin a day riding in gorgeous sunshine and light breezes and only a few hours later be slogging through an afternoon monsoon.   This area of Asia does not have a well defined “dry” versus “rainy” season.  The season of the least amount of rain is normally April through June, but keep in mind these are tropical islands and very susceptible to sudden weather changes. 

Can I change hotel accomodation if not satisfactory?

Well Yes, You can change the accomodation before the final confirmation of the tour. It can be customised as per your preference. Our team will be there to assist you to get the best.

What is cancellation policy?

Please refer to our Cancellation Policy here : http://triplou.com/cancellation-refund-policy/