Trip to Manila

Home to the country’s capital, Metro Manila is the center of socio-economic activity in the Philippines. It is home to numerous historic and tourist sites such as Intramuros in Manila and important business centers such as Ortigas in Pasig and Ayala in Makati. Explore the beauty and wonder of city-living with our daily trips to Metro Manila.

Top attractions of the Capital

  • Intramuros
  • San Agustin Church
  • San Agustin Museum
  • China Town
  • Manila Bay Walk
  • Fort Santiago
  • Manila Cathedral
  • Rizal Park
  • National Museum of Fine Arts
  • Quiapo Church

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Trip to Nueva Ecija

Nueva Ecija is a landlocked province in Central Luzon boasting the largest area in the region. The province is known as the “Rice Granary of the Philippines” because it produces the largest yield of rice in the country. Aside from rice, it is also one of the major producers of other agricultural products such as banana, garlic, and other vegetables.

Things to do in Nueva Ecija

  • Visit Minalungao National Park – Located in General Tinio, this natural wonder of Nueva Ecija has gained popularity over the years because of its high limestone formations flanking the Penaranda River.
  • Visit the PMP Paradise Farm – Experience rural and village life with a trip to this farm in Nueva Ecija with several activities such as herding sheep, picking fruits and riding a horse around the property.
  • Visit the Three Kings Parish – Located in Gapan City, this church has a history that spans centuries and has an interior that creates a peaceful ambiance for praying and reflection where one can find the image of La Virgen Divinia Pastora inside.

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Trip to Pangasinan

Known for its quality milkfish (bangus) and the famed Hundred Islands, a trip to Pangasinan is a destination for both foodies and nature-lovers alike. Aside from these, Pangasinan is also home to the famous bite-sized sticky rice cakes known as Puto Calasiao which are traditionally fermented in earthenwares while a pilgrimage to Our Lady of Manaoag is hugely popular.

Popular sites in Pangasinan

  • Visit the Hundred Islands – Composed of more than a hundred small islands and islets in the Lingayen Gulf, Hundred Islands is one of the most popular tourist spots in Pangasinan.
  • Make a stop at Our Lady of Manaoag Shrine – A popular pilgrimage site, the shrine of Our Lady of Manaoag houses a miraculous image of the Virgin Mary. This makes it a perfect spot for prayer, and reflection, especially for Catholics.

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Trip to Quirino

Named after the sixth president of the country, Quirino is a landlocked province located just south of the Ilocos region. Agriculture is its main industry mostly producing rice and corn. It is also the leading producer of bananas in the region supplying nearby provinces and Metro Manila. Some of the most popular pasalubong that tourists take home from Quirino are fossilized flowers and tubikoy (a portmanteau of tupig, bibingka, and tikoy).

Journey your way in Quirino Province

  • Relax in the majestic views on Capitol Hills in the provincial capital of Cabarroguis
  • Go boating or swimming at Governor’s Rapids in Maddela
  • Trek to numerous astonishing waterfalls like Maddela Falls, Nantugao Falls or Dinatay Falls.
  • Wonder around Bimmapor Rock Formation and go canoeing through the Cagayan River at Siitan Gorge in Nagtipunan.
  • Explore and experience navigating through a 37-chambered cave system hidden in the forests of Aglipay

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Trip to Isabela

Isabela is one of the largest and richest provinces in the country with key trade locations in Ilagan, Cauayan, Santiago, and Roxas. Its prime industry is agriculture with key crops such as corn and rice due to its plain and rolling terrain. Isabela is also home to one of the world’s largest low-altitude rainforests that may be explored in the Nothern Sierra Madre Natural Park.

What to do in Isabela?

  • Visit Magat Dam where you’re treated to a picturesque view and invigorating breeze
  • For thrillseekers, hike and plunge into the 9 falls of Madadamian Falls in Echague
  • Explore the Northern Sierra Madre National Park where you can hike going to the stunning Pinzal Falls.
  • Visit the Crocodile Sanctuary which houses the Philippin crocodile or burakot. Burakot is considered the most threatened of its species in the world.
  • Complete your Isabela escapade by trying delicacies like Pancit Cabagan, a stir-fried dish made with fresh miki noodles, quail’s eggs, vegetables, and topped with lechon de carajay or bits of pork.

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Trip to Cagayan Province

Located at the northeastern tip of Luzon, Cagayan Province is one of the earliest provinces that existed during the Spanish colonial period. Some of its major crops are rice, peanut, and corn while the province is also known for raising livestock. The province also boasts of booming tourism industry especially in the coastal areas where beaches and other sea activities are popular.

Top travel destinations in Cagayan Province

  • The Cagayan River – Also known as the Rio Grande de Cagayan, is the longest river and the largest river in Luzon. “Lurung” , a famous fish in Cagayan, is abundant in the river during the rainy season.
  • Palaui, Island – The Untouched Paradise – Located in Santa Ana, Cagayan is a preserved landscape and seascape maintained by the DENR. The island was hailed 10th in CNN’s World’s 100 Best Beaches on 2013 and is remarked for its “raw beauty”.
  • Balay Na Santiago – The museum houses a collection of the ethnolinguistic lifestyle of the villagers who made Santiago City q cultural hub. It showcases a glimpse of the traditions that have united the multi-race Santiagueños.

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Trip to Tarlac

Predominantly agricultural in industry, Tarlac is one of the major producers of rice and sugarcane in Central Luzon. For the religious, they would be delighted to explore the province of Tarlac which is also home to numerous old churches and holy relics. While there, one should also embark on a journey of pasalubong exploration with unique finds such as grilled suman, dried kamias, and mango vinegar.

Places to visit in Tarla

  • Sacred Relic of the True Cross
  • Isdaan Village
  • Haduan Falls
  • Kart City Tarlac
  • Canding Falls
  • The Aquino Center Museum
  • Bamban Museum of History
  • Saipan Beach
  • Nambalan River
  • Mt. Damas

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    Trip to Pampanga

    From culinary to nature tours, Pampanga has a lot to offer to its visitors. Explore the natural wonders of the province with the different mountains and falls available for trekking. You may also tour the different old churches and museums to get a glimpse of the province’s past. After working up your appetite, have a taste of the famous original sisig and other Kapampangan delicacies such as tibuk-tibok, turrones de casoy, and San Nicolas cookies.

    The Go-To Food Hubs in San Fernando, Pampanga

    • The SOUQ Pampanga –  Restaurant inspired by the Souk Madinat in Dubai
      Best Sellers: Hong Kong Chicken, Crispy Pork Adobo, Sisig, Kare-Kare
      Location: Lazatin Blvd. San Fernando, Pampanga
      Cuisine: Filipino, Asian
    • Bale Capampangan – The best buffet restaurant in San Fernando with wide array of Filipino, Asian cuisine
      Buffet Favorite: Adobong Balut
      Location: MacArthur Highway Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga
    • Everybody’s Cafe – Serving home-cooked Pampanga food since the 1960s
      Best Seller: Dinuguan, Pancit Palabok, Morcon
      Location: MacArthur Highway Dau, San Fernando, Pampanga
      Cuisine: Filipino, Asian
    • Susie’s Cuisine – The best pasalubong restaurant since 1972
      Best seller: Ube Halaya, Sapin-sapin, Mochi
      Location: MacArthur Highway Dolores, San Fernando, Pampanga
      Cuisine: Filipino, Asian

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    Trip to Bulacan

    Nothing short of historical and cultural significance, the province of Bulacan prides itself to be the birthplace of the First Constitutional Democracy in Asia. Aside from the numerous churches and museums, the province is also home of famous festivals such as the Obando Festival and Libad Festival. Take home goodies such as sweet and irresistible and milky pastillas de leche and the snacktime-favorite, chicharon.

    Tourist spots for your Bulacan Itinerary

    • Journey and easy day hike to Mt. Manalmon – Mt. Manalmon is a place to include on your weekend getaway. This mountain is an easy hike for those who are attracted to nature and outdoor destination. Discover the scenic trail up the mountain and get views of the verdant hills and plains.
      Location: Doña Remedios Trinidad, Bulacan
    • Relive history at Barasoain Church – Located in Malolos, Bulacan, walk into the place where the Philippines’ first constitution was ratified. Look back a momentous event by exploring its breathtaking interior while imagining the heroes you’ve read on your history books.
      Location: Paseo del Congreso St, Malolos, Bulacan
    • Dip at the cool waters of Verdivia Waterfalls – Weekend getaways wouldn’t be complete without experiencing the cool and calm waters of our top destinations. Head over to Dona Verdivia Waterfalls to ease the heat and humidity of Bulacan. Go cliff diving or just float and cool off on its emerald pristine waters.
      Location: Doña Remedios Trinidad, Bulacan

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