Manila is the capital of the Philippines and is among the most populous and fastest growing cities in Southeast Asia. An amalgamation of Asian, European and American cultures, the Filipino capital is a confederation of 17 cities and municipalities, with the Pasig River flows through the middle of the city. One of Asia’s best kept secrets, the city is popular for its warmth and happy-go-lucky lifestyle, with music, karaoke and dancing at the heart of everything. Apart from its colonial monuments such as the Manila cathedral, Rizal Park and San Agustin Church, the city is also popular for its nightlife, artisan markets and single origin coffee.
Bohol is located in the Central Visayas region with Tagbilaran as its capital. It is the tenth largest island in Philippines and is known for stunning coral reefs. Bohol offers great diving and kayaking experiences and has gained global popularity for being home to the famous Chocolate Hills, the geological formation with over 1250 hills.
Considered as the birthplace of Christianity in the Far East, Cebu is the oldest and the second largest city in the Philippines. Famous for its historical landmarks and cuisine, it is also an important center of commerce, trade and education. Also known as the Queen City of the South, the island's main attractions are its pristine white-sand beaches and spectacular diving opportunities, attracting close to 2 million tourists a year.
Boracay is a small island in the Philippines and while tiny in size, it is probably the Philippines’ top tourist attraction, known for its picture perfect white sand beaches. Rated as one of the best islands in the world, its crystal clear waters and stunning sunsets create one of the most dramatic backdrops a visitor could dream of. Offering excellent snorkeling, parasailing, kayaking and diving opportunities, it is an adventure lover’s paradise.