Most of the Philippines in three weeks

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This vast archipelago country is patiently discovered. And to do that, there is nothing better than having a little time to stop and contemplate the many riches that are available to you here. To live them too. Especially if you are an athlete, even if you are a budding athlete. Because in the Philippines, all kinds of activities - especially water sports - are available to you. Families with active teenagers or groups of friends will therefore particularly appreciate it

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Manila Cathedral. Parc Rizal. Woman Ifugao in Batad. Rice terraces in Banaue. The village of Sagada in the early morning. Sumaging Cave. Chinese shop in Manila. View of the Chocolate Hills, a great tourist attraction on Bohol Island. Guitar manufacturing. Turon is a very popular dessert in the Philippines. Entrance into the Souterraine underground river. Seabed off Tubbataha Reef. Bacuit Archipelago. Bacuit Archipelago. Roxas Boulevard.

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  • Manila
  • Vigan
  • Banaue
  • Batad
  • Sagada
  • Sabang
  • Puerto Princesa
  • El Nido
  • Cebu
  • Tagbilaran
  • Samal Island
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Details of the stay: Most of the Philippines in three weeks - 21 days

Day 1 : Manila, from the bay to Rizal Park

In the morning, walk along the Bay of Manila to get to Rizal Park. This bay is one of the favorite places for Filipinos to go for Sunday walks. You can meet the population and see the monument erected in honour of the national hero, Dr. Rizal. In the afternoon, visit the Intramuros district to immerse yourself in the Spanish colonial way of life. You should walk around Plaza San Luiz where cafés, restaurants and shops have been set up. In the evening, after a final stroll along the Bay of Manila to watch the sunset, direction Malate or Makati, two of the most lively districts of the capital.

Day 2 : Manila, the Chinese cemetery in Makati

Visit the Chinese cemetery, which is a city within the city: it extends over 40 hectares and the tombs are real houses. Some are even equipped with a telephone, toilets, air conditioning... In the afternoon, visit the Malate and Ermita district which extends south of the Rizal park. A little further on, in Paranáque, discover the Philippine Cultural Centre (CCP), which houses the National Opera and the Museo ng Kalinangang Pilipino, dedicated to the art and lifestyle of various ethnic groups. There are many exhibitions and concerts there. Back to the city centre, a well-deserved stopover in the Makati district, which will certainly seduce shopping lovers with an incredible concentration of shopping centres

In the evening, take the night bus to Banaue (10 hours of travel).

Day 3 : Banaue and its mythical rice fields

Arrival early in the morning, choice of a guesthouse and contact with a guide to organize a trek. Walk to the viewpoints on the rice fields classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Day 4 : Banaue-Pula-Cambulo

First day of hiking through the rice terraces in terraces and arrival in the tiny village of Cambulo for a very authentic experience.

Day 5 : Cambulo-Batad

Hiking in the rice fields for an arrival in the beautiful village of Batad in the centre of an amphitheatre of rice terraces in terraces. Magic.

Day 6 : Batad-Banaue

Hiking to the village of Bagaan and Jeepney return for Banaue. Once again, his backpack is being returned to Sagada in Jeepney. Night in the quiet village of Sagada.

Day 7 : Sagada

Discover the caves of Sagada and visit Echo Valley to see the coffins hanging on the walls of the mountain.

Day 8 : Sagada-Bontoc-Vigan

Walk around Sagada before taking a Jeepney for Vigan, visiting its museum and then take the bus at night for Vigan.

Day 9 : Vigan

Rest and discovery of the beautiful colonial town.

Day 10 : En route to Bohol

Departure for Avion by plane (via Manila). Discovery of Alona Beach.

Day 11 : Alona Beach

Lazing or diving off Alona Beach.

Day 12 : Bohol, the interior of the land

Réveil with dolphins and discovery of the Chocolate Hills and the Shrine of the.

Day 13 : On the way to Cebu

After having reached Cebu by boat, Visit of the city in the afternoon and in particular the Magellan cross. Discovery of nightlife.

Day 14 : On the way to Palawan

Flight from Cebu to Puerto Princesa. Stroll and night in the city.

Day 15 : Sabang

Excursion to the day in Sabang (underground river) and return to Puerto Princesa for the night.

Day 16 : Towards El Nido

Puerto Princesa-El Nido by bus. The landscapes are beautiful. Night in El Nido.

Day 17 : El Nido en banca

Banca tour (traditional Filipino boat) from island to island to discover the lagoons of Miniloc island in particular.

Day 18 : Discovery of the Bacuit archipelago

Kayak and snorkeling in the islands of the archipelago of Bacuit.

Day 19 : El Nido, the interior of the land

Inland Tour to discover the northern peninsula of Palawan.

Day 20 : Flying to Manila

Return very early to Puerto Princesa and flight to Manila.

Day 21 : Last day in Manila

For your last day, head to the bay to imprint a last image of the Philippines in your mind.

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