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JNC Journeys


Tour Plan


Day 1: Manila – Arrival

We’ll meet you at the airport and transfer you to our hotel in Manila, one of the oldest cities in Asia and the capital of the Philippines. With contradictions and surprises around every corner, the city is packed full of things to see, do, taste and experience. In the evening, enjoy an authentic Filipino seafood dinner at the popular Zamboanga Restaurant with a colorful cultural dance show.

Day 2: Manila – Tagaytay

Immerse yourself into Philippines history at the Rizal Park named after Dr. Jose Rizal, Philippine national hero. We’ll pass by the American War Memorial, Cultural Center of Philippines and proceed to Intramuros also known as the Walled City” that was considered as Manila itself during the Spanish colonial period. We’ll drive through the cobbled streets and visit San Agustin Church, Casa Manila, Manila Cathedral and Fort Santiago. After lunch, we’ll take a scenic 55 kilometers to drive to the city of Tagaytay City which sits on the Tagaytay Ridge that is 2,100 feet above sea level. The ridge provides a spectacular view of Taal Lake and Taal Volcano, whose crater houses another volcano known as

Day 3: Manila – Boracay

Today we’ll take the domestic flight to Boracay, probably one the most beautiful island in the world, located approximately 315km south of Manila. We’ll then transfer by road and catch a boat to reach the resort. The rest of the day is free to relax, enjoy the beach and sumptuous seafood.

Day 4: Boracay – Free for Optional Tours

Spend your day with exciting activities and explore the place on your own or try some optional tours or just simply relax and enjoy your hotels’ facilities.

Day 5: Boracay – Cebu

Today we’ll take the domestic flight to Cebu, “the Queen of the South” and is the oldest city established by the Spanish during colonial times. Visit Fort San Pedro, the oldest triangular fortress in the country that served as the nucleus for the first Spanish settlement. Proceed to the Magellan’s Cross that Ferdinand Magellan ordered Portuguese and Spanish explorers to erect, marking the beginning of Christianity in the Philippines. We’ll then marvel at the Spanish colonial houses including Basilica Minore Del Santo Nino, which houses the oldest religious relic in the Philippines, and the Gorordo Museum once used to be the residential home of Cebu’s wealthiest families. Next stop will then take you to the impressive Taoist Temple, located at Beverly Hills overlooking the city of Cebu and Mactan Island.

Day 6: Cebu – Free for Optional Tours

Another day for leisure to do some last-minute shopping or to try some optional tours to know more about the island.

Day 7: Cebu – Departure

A day free at leisure before we take to you to the airport for your flight home
The Philippines is a Southeast Asian country in the Western Pacific, comprising more than 7,000 islands. Its sprawling capital, Manila, is famous for its waterfront promenade and centuries-old Chinatown. Intramuros, a walled city in colonial times, is the heart of Old Manila. It’s home to the baroque 16th-century San Agustin Church as well as Fort Santiago, a storied citadel and military prison. Discover the beauty and elegance of this marvelous country and have great Philippine travel experience. Expose yourself to Phillippine festivals to different Philippine islands and the Phillippine history Most of the islands are very small. Many of these small islands as well as the bigger islands have a lot to offer to tourists. There are many possibilities for the typical “sun, sea and beach holidays” and for specific adventure holidays. You can even meet the whale sharks and swim close to them. For tourists who want to discover geographically interesting landscapes or who want to meet mountain tribes, the Philippines has it all!
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