The Pearl Of The Orient Seas
19th Feb 2016
• Rizal Park – Immerse yourself into Philippines history at the Rizal Park named after Dr. Jose Rizal, Philippine national hero.
• Intramuros – also known as the Walled City” that was considered as Manila itself during the Spanish colonial period.
• San Agustin Church – We’ll drive through the cobbled streets and visit San Agustin Church
• Manila Cathedral – a Roman Catholic Basilica and one of the oldest church in the Philippines
• Cultural Center of the Philippines – The national center of performing arts that provides performance & exhibition venues for various local and international productions
• Bamboo Organ – at St Joseph Parish, a 19th-century church organ with unique organ pipes; they aremade almost entirely of bamboo
• Sarao Jeepney Factory – Crowned the “king of the road” because of their bulky box type frame and because of the notorious way that drivers would jostle their way in and out of traffic, jeepneys are actually a remnant World War II.
• Tagaytay City – famous for its tranquil ambience, fresh mountain air, vegetable & fruits stores
• Taal Volcano – also called the smallest active volcano in the world can be viewed during the tour
• Fort San Pedro – the oldest triangular fortress in the country that served as the nucleus for the first Spanish settlement.
• Magellan’s Cross – that Ferdinand Magellan ordered Portuguese and Spanish explorers to erect,marking the beginning of Christianity in the Philippines.
• Basilicia Minore Del Santo Nino – which houses the oldest religious relic in the Philippines,
• Casa Gorordo Museum – once used to be the residential home of Cebu’s wealthiest families
• Taoist Temple – located at Beverly Hills overlooking the city of Cebu and Mactan Island
• Chocolate Hills – are very uniform in shape and mostly between 30 and 50 meters high. They are covered with grass, which, at the end of the dry season, turns chocolate brown
• Loboc River Cruise – 50-minute Loboc river cruise on board a motorized catamaran boat. A sumptuous lunch of local cuisine is served while the guests are enjoying the beautiful scenery along the riverbanks—verdant rolling hills, cliffs, trees and coconuts that recline in the river.
• Tarsier – The Philippine tarsier, (Tarsius syrichta) is very peculiar small animal. In fact it is one of the
smallest known primates, no larger than a adult men’s hand. Mostly active at night, it lives on a diet