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A charming and majestic chain of islands straddling peacefully between Sulu Sea and Celebes Sea in the southwestern Philippines is the exotic Tawi-Tawi province.
OUR SPOTLIGHT DESTINATIONS
The City of Manila is a sprawling melting pot where you can sample the country's best offerings.
Famous for its long white sandy beaches, and also a popular outlet for water sports activities.
The Summer Capital of the Philippines, City of Mines, City of Pines, and Garden City of the Philippines.
Staggering array of magnificent seascapes, jaw-dropping scenery and world-class wreck diving.
Home to colourful fiestas, Chocolate Hills, white-sand beaches, dolphin watching and tarsiers.
Find refuge from the hustle and bustle of the big city life, Iloilo offers a peaceful haven.
One of the most important and celebrated places of battle in the Pacific Theatre during World War 2.
Perfect weekend retreat, a wonderful ambience to unwind and enjoy the beauty of nature.
An unassuming province rich with a lively history, folklore, nature and excellent beaches.
Mishmash of a destination. Strange, proud, piquant and yet comforting at the same time.
The idyllic charm of a small town, the sophisticated comforts of a modern metropolis.
Philippines' oldest, grandest and most riotous festival, and the country's most famous beach.
Among the most peaceful and clean cities, popularly known as the "City of Gentle People".
Everything you need, from a relaxing retreat, to all the conveniences of a first class metropolis.
Magical and hypnotic - Home to the proud and extremely rich Kankanaey culture and people.
Cagayan de Oro
Gateway to Northern Mindanao, well known as the White Water Rafting capital of the Philippines.
Excellent world-class surf breaks, nicknamed the Surfing Capital of Northern Philippines.
The way of life is more on farming and fishing, and it is basically all about provincial living.
Samal Island's beauty, serene surroundings and the wildlife treasure it has to offer is like no other.
A classic Tagalog quiet farming town that sits on the foothills of the sacred mountain of Banahaw.
Banton Island showcases untouched forests, pristine beaches, rich history, and a colorful culture and tradition.
Zambales challenges the traveler to uncover its secrets buried in its seas and deep in its jungles.
Marinduque is associated with the Moriones Festival, the trademark revelry and tourist magnet of the island
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THINGS TO DO
Idyllic setting for a truly exotic wedding destination.
One of the leading diving destinations of the world.
Golfing heaven with world class courses to suit all tastes.
Mega shopping malls to the frenetic street markets.
Mountaining, cycling, watersports... We got it all.