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There are many beautiful and interesting places to visit in the Philippines, so it can be challenging to narrow down a four-day itinerary. Here are a few suggestions for a possible itinerary, keeping in mind that the Philippines is a large and diverse country with many other options to consider:


Arrive in Manila, the capital city of the Philippines, and check into your hotel.

  • Explore the city and visit some of the top attractions, such as the Intramuros, the walled city that was the centre of Spanish colonial power in the Philippines; the Rizal Park, a large urban park named after the national hero Dr. Jose Rizal; and the National Museum of the Philippines, which houses a wide range of art, artifacts, and cultural treasures.
  • Visit the Venice Grand Mall and experience a gondola ride there.


Take a day trip to the beautiful Taal Volcano, located about an hour south of Manila. Take a tour to visit the volcano, which is one of the most active in the Philippines and is located within a lake. The Taal Heritage Town, a charming colonial-style town with well-preserved houses and churches.


Beach day out , boat cruise and water sports

Visit traditional handicrafts, and try some of the delicious local food. You can also visit a local market and shop for souvenirs and gifts to take home


Day at leisure


Exit Philippines for home or neighbouring countries.




Double Occupancy $3000 ($1500 per person)

Single Occupancy $1,800


Double Occupancy $6,600 ($3300 per person)

Single Occupancy $4,600



  • 4 nights Accommodation with daily breakfast
  • Visa assistance
  • Return airport transfer
  • Old Manila tour
  • Flight from Busan



  • International flight


This is a guide itinerary and all tours are subject to change due to availability on indicated days or weather.

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