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El Nido is a Philippine municipality on Palawan island. It’s known for its white-sand beaches, coral reefs and as the gateway to the Bacuit archipelago, a group of islands with steep karst cliffs.

El Nido Tour C - discover the wonders of El Nido Hidden Beaches and Shines with 5 major destinations including Matinloc Shrine, Talisay Beach, Hidden Beach, Helicopter Island, and Secret Beach.

Dilumacad and Helicopter Island - This island has a beautiful white sand beach stretching to some 300 meters that is ideal for picnic lunches during island-hopping trips. There is an underwater tunnel at its northern side and a fringing reef on its southern end. The island is also called Helicopter Island because its limestone cliffs resemble that of a helicopter when it is viewed from a considerable distance.

Tapiutan Island - Further out of the bay facing the South China Sea, Tapiutan's rich marine life provides opportunities for scuba diving and snorkelling. One of the most striking islands in El Nido because of its shape and sheer limestone walls.

Matinloc Island - Matinloc Island, the longest slim island in El Nido, has a secret beach, which is a pocket of white sand beach at the corner of a sinkhole,that is inaccessible by boat and surrounded by steep rock walls. To reach it, divers must swim underwater through a narrow crevice in a rock wall. At noon, the sun streams in through the opening, allowing a play of light and shadow against its limestone walls.

Star Beach - Another fantastic snorkeling spot. Here your guides will prepare a sumptuous lunch by the beach while you discover the wonders and beauty of the coral reefs near this island.

Matinloc Shrine - Hidden among the lush forested island is the Matinloc Shrine (also known as Shrine of Our Lady of Matinloc and Shrine of the Blessed Virgin) a sacred monument built in 1982 to honor the blessed virgin mary.

La duración mínima de esta actividad es de 2 días

desde 76,75 €

Mc Donalds D’mall, Balabag Malay, Aklan

A Paraw is a local sail boat with two outriggers and two sails found in the Philippines. Experience the traditional way of sailing and discover the best sites around the island. Better yet, view the incredible sunset while relaxing on this traditional sailing boat for half an hour. This activity is subject to good weather and sea conditions.

desde 28,38 €

Whale sharks, locally known as 'tuki' or 'butanding', are found off the coast of Tan-awan, in Oslob, about 10 kilometers away from the town center. Start your trip by meeting the gentle giants of the sea. Locally known as “tuki” or “Butanding”, the whale shark is the largest fish in the world. With its vast size it resembles the whales from which the common name is derived.

It can reach up to 12 meters (40 feet) in length and weigh an average of 5 tons. It uses mouth filters to feed on tiny plankton and small fish. Don't miss the opportunity to watch, snorkel or dive with the whale sharks and get fascinated by these friendly creatures. Return back to hotel in the evening.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 144,88 €

End your day with a lovely evening cruise along the shorelines of Manila Bay aboard a dining yacht. From the hotel, travel to the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) to board your cruise. Choose one of the following cruise options:

1. The Sunset Cruise - just in time to catch the world famous Manila Bay Sunset
2. The Mid-Evening Cruise - view the frantic lights of Roxas Boulevard
3. The Night Cruise - enjoy a calm atmosphere and watch as the city settles down
Onboard, take pleasure in a dinner of native cuisine and live entertainment. Exhilarating views of Manila Bay and the cityscape top off the night. Enjoy a truly unforgettable evening!

Once an active mining area that is operated by Benguet Corporation, the oldest and pioneering mining company in the Philippines, the Balatoc Mines have been converted into a show mine that provides thrill and experience of being like a gold miner for a day. Guests will be asked to don boots and hard hats and will descend into the tunnel via a mine train. Once inside, ex-miners will show how tunnels are dug and strengthened, how gold-bearing ores are sorted out from rocks and transported to the surface. The tunnel has an old furnace where ores are melted and poured into moulds. The tunnel also has a museum which exhibits rock samples and mining tools which were used by miners, and a simulated Explosion adds excitement to the atmosphere.

Today you travel 100 kilometers Southwest of Cebu Island passing trough interesting countryside of centuries old stone churches; colorful markets; roadside crafts, and panoramic vistas from mountain peaks. Midway, make a short stop at Carcar to enjoy local delicacies and interact with friendly folks.

Continue the drive up the mountains and down to the Southwestern coast. Notice the town of Barili, famous for its refreshing carabao milk and its intricate basket weaving industry. Then you reach the town of Dumanjug, known for its juicy grilled native chicken and sweetened banana delicacies. You then enter Moalboal, a diver’s paradise, where both the beginner and the more adventurous come for a real diving experience. The white coral sandy coastline with many beach houses, resorts and islets visible from a far, speak of the town’s reputation as the best dive spot in Cebu. Badian is the next town and it comes into view after crossing a land bridge with nipa palms along the road.

Past the town center, you stop at a clearing marked by an imposing church. Here you start your half hour trek to Kawasan Falls. Take in the thrill! Climb to the waterfall's second level, plunge into its cool waters or balance yourself in a bamboo raft under gushing waters. Have your picnic lunch under the trees and then have time to relax amidst nature’s bounty and power before making your trip back to the city in the mid afternoon.

Mc Donalds D’mall, Balabag Malay, Aklan

Your Boracay vacation wouldn't be complete without a fun jet-ski ride! Feel the adrenaline rush as you speed along the ocean's turquoise water! This is best enjoyed with friends that you can race with! Jetskiing is perfect for you. It gives you the freedom to ride across the sea.

Experience the thrill as they ride through the waves and the splash of sea water.

desde 40,72 €

Visit the city of Majestic Waterfalls - Iligan. See the 320 feet high, twin Maria Cristina Falls, a major source of hydro-electric power for the country's second largest island and for those who are daring enough, dip in the cold waters of the not-so-secret-now Tinago Falls.

For a little current history, visit Macaraeg Ancestral Home of the former president Gloria Macapagal Arroyo. Finally, shop for pasalubong at Jolo Barter Trade. Time permitting, one may drive up to the top of Buhangin Hill and see the skyline and the Anahaw open Amphi-theatre.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 67,18 €

El Nido is a Philippine municipality on Palawan Island. It’s known for its white-sand beaches, coral reefs and as the gateway to the Bacuit archipelago, a group of islands with steep karst cliffs.

El Nido Combo Tour is composed of Lagoons, Beaches and Shrines - 8 to 10 major destinations including Small Lagoon, Big Lagoon, Secret Lagoon, Shimizu Beach, Seven Commando Beach, Matinloc Shrine, Talisay Beach, Hidden Beach, Helicopter Island, and Secret Beach.

Secret Lagoon - located in a small island reminscent of the movie "the Beach" surrounded by limestone karst cliffs.

Shimizu Island - is an island with stunning limestone cliffs where swiftlet nest and produce the much sought after bird's nest soup, believed by Asians to have healing powers.

Small Lagoon - Located on the Cave of Miniloc Island. As you enter a small swim through hole on board a kayak or swimming through, you will see the tranquil turquoise-green waters of Small Lagoon of its orchid-lined limestone walls, a showcase a kaleidoscope of marine life.

Big Lagoon - a visit to Big Lagoon is a running tour on board the outrigger boat, approaching the lagoon in the middle of karst limestone formations you are welcomed by water so clear and full of marine life. Big lagoon is a breeding ground for fishes and crustaceans.

Seven Commandos Beach - The final destination after a long day on tour. Seven Commandos is named after the 7 remaining Japanese commandos who lived in the island as stragglers after World War II. The island has a long white sandy beach lined with palms trees.

Dilumacad and Helicopter Island - This Island has a beautiful white sand beach stretching to some 300 meters that is ideal for picnic lunches during island-hopping trips. There is an underwater tunnel at its northern side and a fringing reef on its southern end. The island is also called Helicopter Island because its limestone cliffs resemble that of a helicopter when it is viewed from a considerable distance.

Tapiutan Island - Further out of the bay facing the South China Sea, Tapiutan's rich marine life provides opportunities for scuba diving and snorkelling. One of the most striking islands in El Nido because of its shape and sheer limestone walls.

Matinloc Island - Matinloc Island, the longest slim island in El Nido, has a secret beach, which is a pocket of white sand beach at the corner of a sinkhole, which is inaccessible by boat and surrounded by steep rock walls. To reach it, divers must swim underwater through a narrow crevice in a rock wall. At noon, the sun streams in through the opening, allowing a play of light and shadow against its limestone walls.

Star Beach - Another fantastic snorkelling spot. Here your guides will prepare a sumptuous lunch by the beach while you discover the wonders and beauty of the coral reefs near this island.

Matinloc Shrine - Hidden among the lush forested island is the Matinloc Shrine (also known as Shrine of Our Lady of Matinloc and Shrine of the Blessed Virgin) a sacred monument built in 1982 to honour the blessed virgin Mary.

desde 40,82 €

Explore la historia cultural y religiosa de Makati, una de las 16 ciudades que componen el área metropolitana de Manila. Conozca una cara diferente de la ciudad, considerada uno de los grandes centros financieros de las Filipinas, en esta visita de cuatro horas a los tiempos pasados.

La primera parada es Nielson Tower, una estructura anterior a la guerra que hoy es la sede de una biblioteca nacional. A continuación se sumergirá en el maravilloso pasado que se muestra en las pinturas, los murales, las obras escénicas, los talleres y las exposiciones del Museo ng Makati. El museo se remonta al año 1918, y es algo digno de ver por ser una reliquia que destaca en un mar de imponentes rascacielos. Deténgase a contemplar la parroquia de San Pedro y San Pablo, la iglesia más antigua de Makati. Se construyó a principios del siglo XVII y su intrincada planta muestra una característica influencia española. Admire los magníficos detalles del santuario antes de dirigirse a la iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe. Este majestuoso edificio, a menudo conocido como las "ruinas de Guadalupe", tenía una estructura dórica con grandes contrafuertes para sostener su bóveda de piedras extraídas de la todavía existente, pero cerrada, cantera de Guadalupe. Presente sus respetos a los soldados caídos y recorra el gran espacio abierto del Cementerio Americano Conmemorativo, antes de finalizar en el Ayala Center, donde puede elegir entre visitar su museo o comprar en su famoso complejo comercial.

Explore la historia de Makati recorriendo los edificios históricos en esta visita a la ciudad. Sin duda disfrutará de la excursión, que tiene algo para todos los gustos.

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