Philippines is a country that is very rich in
history and heritage. Strategically located in the South China
Sea and Pacific Ocean, the country has been a major shipping hub
of travellers, merchants, traders and even pirates.
Originally from the noble Malay Race, the archipelago
has become a melting pot of cultures and history as the country
has been influenced by various cultures like Spanish, India, British,
Japanese, Chinese, and America.
As a country with dominant Catholic religion,
its architectural landscape is dominated with lavish churches
and religious edifes that dates back to 1500s. The indeginuity
of its inhabitants is reflected in the structural materials used
during those times to build the structures that are still standing
until now. Famous for this is our one day Intramuros tour. We
also offer historic tours to Vigan
in Ilocos, Churches
of Bohol, and Banaue
Rice Terraces Tour.
Its ocean is still filled with undiscovered
treasures from the Spanish Galleon Trade and World War II. Of
course it boast of its pristine clear waters and abundant marine
life. Try Puerto Gallera, Bohol, Palawan,
Cebu, Davao, or Subic if in search for wreckage.
The famous Corregidor Island is also a regular
tourist attraction for those who would like to feel the history
of the gallantry of the Philippine and American fighting men.
We offer a one-day or
overnight tours to the islands via ferry boat from Manila.
Leyte in Visayas is also a popular destinations
for historical buffs who would like to see the the historical
landing site of General Mac Arthur. Aslo in the Visayas is Cebu
where explorer Ferdinand Magellan landed in 1521.