Philippines Regions


The capital of the Philippines, Manila is a vibrant city made up of 16 unique districts and steeped in a rich cultural and historical heritage that contrasts beautifully with the modern buildings. Aside from Makati's popular shopping, dining and nightlife, Manila is also home to cultural and historical attractions including landmarks, museums, colonial churches, parks, nature and wildlife.


One of the Philippines' most famous island holiday destinations, Boracay is renowned for its spectacular white sand beaches, crystal clear waters, local markets and regional cuisine. A party paradise where leisure activities, shopping, dining and nightlife are where it's at, the most popular beaches include the tourist favourite of White Beach and the adventure capital of Bulabog Beach.


Considered the 'Queen of the South', Cebu is another popular island holiday destination that is fast-growing in development and popularity. Offering stunning white sand beaches and tropical marine life, particularly off the nearby island of Mactan, Cebu is also home to a number of cultural and historical attractions including shrines, museums, temples, churches and historical landmarks.


Considered the Philippines' last ecological frontier, Palawan is a unique island holiday destination renowned for its biodiversity and UNESCO World Heritage natural attractions. Boasting beautiful beaches, Palawan is also home to the Tubbataha Reef National Marine Park and the longest accessible underground river in the world, the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River.