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Manila: Old & New 4-Hour City Tour

1. Manila: Old & New 4-Hour City Tour

Come along for a tour of Manila’s past and present. The tour starts right in the heart of the country’s financial center - the City of Makati. First stop is Nielsen’s Tower along Ayala Boulevard. Drive through Forbes Park, an exclusive residential enclave fittingly dubbed Millionaire’s Row on your way to our first stop – The American Cemetery and Memorial - reputed to be the largest and most beautiful of American memorials outside the Continental United States. Then proceed to the old city of Manila via scenic Roxas Boulevard (also known as Dewey Boulevard in the recent past), passing through Luneta Park (also called Rizal Park in memory of the country’s national hero) on your way to the "Walled City" of Intramuros. Here you will see ancient walls, church ruins and other relics of the Spanish Conquistadores. Travel through the cobbled streets to San Agustin Church, the oldest stone church in the country. Then we wrap the tour up with a visit to Fort Santiago, a Spanish fortress that watched over the entrance to Manila’s Pasig River. It was here that our national hero Dr. Jose Rizal spent his last days and where he wrote his famous "My Last Farewell."

From Manila: 4-Day Sagada and Banaue Rice Terraces Tour

2. From Manila: 4-Day Sagada and Banaue Rice Terraces Tour

Time to go on an adventure and explore the aesthetic creations in Sagada & Banaue Rice Terraces! Sagada, a fifth-class municipality in the Mountain Province, as of 2015 had only 11,000 inhabitants. The life of this small community is pretty calm and simple but it features an all-year-round cool climate that is far colder than Baguio, which draws domestic travelers. Aside from that, it has a lot to offer travelers, history fans, and adventurers alike. Travel using public transportation from Manila to Cordillera Region located approximately 400km North of Manila. The journey begins in Sagada, a town in the Mountain Province known for its stunning scenery, delicious cuisine, imposing caves, and intriguing hanging coffins. Feel the ambiance of Sagada at night with its simplicity and peace, fantastic selection of restaurants, local craft brews, and you shouldn’t miss the renowned Sagada Coffee. Sagada claims itself to be a walking town as a result of the residents’ desire to stay away from many vehicles. Visit Sumaguing Cave, also referred to as the “Big Cave” due to its huge cave chambers, and get a taste of the renowned Igorot tribes’ culture and traditions. From the Mountain Province, we’ll take a private vehicle to Ifugao Province, home to the famous rice terraces – part of five UNESCO World Heritage Sites, that are still being preserved and used by the locals for farming. Today, the province draws thousands of tourists because of its rich culture and traditions. You will get to experience the best of the Ifugao rice terraces over the course of the following two days, as well as the chance to witness a sunset and awaken to a vista of the Batad Rice Terraces. Our first day in Ifugao included a four-hour journey to the Tappiya Falls and the Batad Rice Terraces, as well as a few stops to visit both traditional and modern Ifugao homes in Batad Village. On our second day, we make a three-hour climb to Bangaan Terraces, where there was an adorable tiny community with preserved Ifugao homes. According to legend, if the terraces were put end to end, they would encompass half of the world. The Ifugaos’ dedication to working hard to make a living is evident in the rice terraces. After lunch at Bangaan Village, we will drive 45 minutes on a privately hired jeepney to the town of Banaue, where we will have the option to shower and rest, before we get on the public bus back to Manila and voilà, it’s the tour of your life that you don’t want to miss out!

Full-Day Manila City, Tagaytay Taal Volcano and Lake Tour

3. Full-Day Manila City, Tagaytay Taal Volcano and Lake Tour

The tour starts with a drive up to the picturesque City of Tagaytay. Located on a ridge 2,250 feet above sea level, the city offers panoramic views of Taal Lake and Volcano, the "lake within a volcano within a lake within a volcano". This view is best savored from atop the Palace in the Sky, rest house of late President Ferdinand Marcos. Enjoy a brief lunch stop at a local restaurant to enjoy some local cuisine and delicacies in an atmosphere designed for panoramic views. Then we start our drive back down to Metro Manila. First stop is the American War Memorial & Cemetery, the largest and most beautiful of American memorials outside the Continental U.S. Have a glimpse of Makati’s hustle and bustle as you drive through on your way to the capital city - Manila via scenic Roxas Boulevard (also known as Dewey Boulevard in the recent past) passing through Rizal Park (named in memory of the country’s national hero) on your way to the "Walled City" of Intramuros. Here you will see ancient walls, church ruins and other relics of the Spanish Conquistadors. Travel through old cobbled streets to San Agustin Church, the oldest stone church in the country. The tours wraps up at Fort Santiago, a Spanish fortress that once watched over the entrance to Pasig River. It was here that our national hero Dr. Jose Rizal spent his last days and where he wrote his famous "My Last Farewell."

From Manila: Pagsanjan Falls Day Tour

4. From Manila: Pagsanjan Falls Day Tour

Join an adventure from Manila to Pagsanjan Falls and travel like a local. Meet a community living between the old train tracks, reminiscent of the colonial era. Have a taste of their famous coconut pie. Go on a thrilling canoe ride with skilled boatmen, that will paddle upstream to Pagsanjan Falls. Witness the beauty of nature as the waterfalls unveil, the reason why multiple filmmakers chose this location. Upon arrival, a bamboo raft can take you "behind the scenes" of the cascading waterfalls. Itinerary: 07:30 - Pick up from Abraham Manila - 09:00 - Trolley ride experience in Los Banos, Laguna 09:45 - Head from Los Banos to Pagsanjan 10:40 - Arrive at Pagsanjan 11:00 - Start of canoe ride to Pagsanjan Falls 13:00 - End of canoe ride, lunch 14:30 - Depart to Abraham Manila 16:00 - Arrive at Abraham Manila

Bar Hopping in Makati

5. Bar Hopping in Makati

Experience the vibrant nightlife of Makati as we explore its diverse entertainment venues. Our tour includes a visit to the renowned P. Burgos Street, home to unique Filipino entertainment establishments. Allow me to expertly navigate you through the bustling crowd of locals and tourists, unveiling the hidden gems of pubs and bars that promise both amazement and excitement. While the cost of drinks isn't covered, don't be surprised if enthusiastically accept your challenge for a drink. If the provided dates or times don't align with your schedule, send me a message so we can arrange a more suitable time for your adventure!

From Manila: Pangasinan Hundred Islands Guided Tour

6. From Manila: Pangasinan Hundred Islands Guided Tour

Experience the beauty and fun that a hundred islands of Alaminos, Pangasinan holds! Unmatched as one of the top destinations in the Philippines, this protected area has 124 islets during low tide, and 123 islets during high tide. It is the first-ever Philippine National Park that has a variety of developed islands such as Pilgrimage Island, Quezon Island, Marcos Island, Children’s Island, and Governor’s Island. The trip from Makati City to Alaminos, Pangasinan will take approximately 4-5 hours. While on the way, make sure to fuel up your energy in our comfortable vehicle and enjoy an amusing day exploring the Hundred islands of Pangasinan. Catch a glimpse of the abundant ecosystem and marine life that includes coral reefs, fishes, giant clams, and other sea creatures. Your Alaminos island hopping escapade will not be complete without trying thrilling activities such as snorkeling, banana boat ride, kayaking, zip-line, wall climbing, rappelling, helmet diving, and picnic on any developed or naked islands– so don't miss out on the fun! Itinerary: 3:50 AM - Meet up at Abraham Manila 4:00 AM - Depart from Abraham Manila 10:00 AM - Arrival at Alaminos - Buy & Eat Brunch (pax account) 11:00 AM - Start the Island Hopping 3:00 PM - Going back to the Port 3:30 PM - Shower & Freshen up 4:00 PM - Start the Drive back to Abraham Manila 10:00 PM - Estimated arrival in Abraham Manila NB: All times are approximate

⭐ Makati Street Food Experience ⭐

7. ⭐ Makati Street Food Experience ⭐

⭐ Makati's Street Food Tour with Venus ⭐ Staying in Manila for a day or two? Layover travelers? Do you want to enjoy and see the real Manila during your stay? Don't know what to do, or where to go? This is the best experience for you! "Let's explore magical makati at night." Night tour schedules 9.00 PM to 11:30 PM Meeting Place: Hops and Brews, situated on Makati Avenue, downtown Makati. ★ Filipino Street Food to begin the night, cooked in a way enjoyed by Filipinos for many generations. ★ My favorite type of local street food in Makati may not be yours but there is plenty to choose from. ★ It will be an eating experience like no other, eating local food the way the locals eat. ★ No English menu, but don't worry as I will teach you the real Filipino way of ordering food and drinks. ★ A local beer as we eat ★Then chill at the beautiful 360 rooftop bar in Makati. ★Photography is included in this experience. Inclusions: - English speaking tour guide, that's me, Venus. - Dinner - Photography When the activity is done I can assist you to find your ride back to your hotel. Reminder: I am flexible with times Just let me know if you alone, couple, or group so I can plan accordingly, Eat, laugh, and explore with me during our Makati Street Food Experience. Other things to note As we will walk around before dinner, please wear comfortable shoes and come hungry. If you have allergies or something you can't eat, please tell me beforehand

Manila: Taste and See Authenticity

8. Manila: Taste and See Authenticity

Our hometown Santa Ana, Manila is close to major cities like Makati, Mandaluyong and San Juan. For the first hour, I'll introduce you to the heritage houses of Sta. Ana as it is known as Sta. Ana Heritage District. You'll see the locals as we tour the different Barangays. I’ll also provide refreshment/s as we go along. I’ll take you to places not known to many, and you’ll get to see what it’s like to live in Manila in a local perspective. First, we'll meet at Plaza Hugo, Sta. Ana then we'll explore the Our Lady of the Abandoned Church then explore our community, Sta. Ana cultural heritage, learn the common Filipino life, see and experience the common Filipino families living in Barangays, alleyway, you will experience riding on different public transportations without the fancies. Lastly, I will drop you off at Circuit Makati, it is an indoor/outdoor mall that has lots of stores, restaurants and many other activities.

⭐ Makati Rooftop Bar Hopping with V ⭐

9. ⭐ Makati Rooftop Bar Hopping with V ⭐

★ Makati Rooftop Bar Hopping★ Hi friends! A very warm welcome. You found us! Please Check If I have more availability. For questions Instagram @flameexplorer @manilaexperience Do you think you have already experienced all that Makati can offer? Time to change your perspective and look at the city from up above! Or you have just arrived in town and feel overwhelmed with all the must-do things? Don't miss this unique opportunity to sip amazing wine, and make new friends where the past meets modern life. You will meet me in the Poblacion area, in front of the City Garden Grand Hotel We will then visit some of the coolest rooftop bars in the area. Prepare yourself for magical views and interesting conversations about local life! During our night, we will hit three of our favorite rooftop bars in downtown Makati, all of them within walking distance from each other. The dress code is strictly no tank tops, slippers, and sandals. *Discounts are applied for 5 persons and up once you're booked it will be automatically deducted.* Note: If you challenge us to a drinking game you'll probably lose. Other things to note If the date is unavailable message me! We may be able to accommodate you! See you soon beautiful people

Manila and Luzon: 3-Day Package

10. Manila and Luzon: 3-Day Package

After checking in and enjoying an overnight at Abraham Manila, you’ll rise early the following day to Pasig River Ferry Station where we’ll make our way to Quiapo Market, the largest market in the Philippines buzzing with a variety of vendors selling all types of goods, fruits, vegetables and knick-knacks. Later that morning we’ll continue on a walking tour of Binondo Chinatown—one of, if not the first, Chinatowns in the world. This colorful, lively, and bustling market is an iconic stop on this three-day tour. You’ll also have the chance to hop on board a Jeepney (a popular mini-bus mode of transport in the Philippines) to Intramuros, a 16th-century ‘walled city’ via an eco-friendly bamboo bike. We’ll drive back to Manila to enjoy some downtime and then an early night to prepare for day three. Leaving bright and early at 3.30am, we’ll reach Pinatubo Capas by 5.30am and embark on an exhilarating 4x4 drive, reaching the base of the volcanic crater to start your scenic hike of around two hours. This renowned volcano lay dormant for 500 years until an eruption occurred in 1991 after a massive earthquake. After a recovery period, this site was rejuvenated into a stunning destination to visit. It now has lush green surroundings and a glistening lake along the route. You’ll enjoy a delicious lunch at the crater before hiking back down and traveling on to Aeta Village, an area that is home to some of the earliest inhabitants of the Philippines. From there, we will make our way back to Manila.

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We had a wonderful time! Our guide, Fernando, was very knowledgeable and friendly. The tour was a great way to see a good portion of the city without being too long or exhausting. I’m glad we decided to join the tour and would recommend it to others.

Our tour guide, Rolando (RJ) was awesome. The other folks on the tour were also awesome. Learned a lot about my birthplace and also have a good list of places I want to try for food.

Richard our tourist guide was very knowledgeable, professional and attentive. While our driver was kind, a gentleman and professional. We had a great time!

Our Tour Guide -Richard was very passionate about the history of the Philippines, specifically WW II. He was a wealth of information!

It was awesome!!! They pick us up from our hotel, great driver n tour guide.