Pangasinan is another northern destination that many tourists flock because of its beaches. The province’s most famous attractions is the Hundred Islands National Park in Alaminos. Aside from the that, you can visit other destinations in the region.
Ilocos is a popular region to explore because city dwellers from Manila and other provinces in Luzon can easily get to it by driving on their own or taking public transport. Accessibility isn’t its only draw; it has historical and cultural attractions, delectable dishes famous all over the country, and
Vigan has gained acclaim because of the UNESCO-listed Calle Crisologo. Walking the famed street will take you back in time, specifically during the Spanish colonial epoch. You’ll hear the clattering of horses and the wheels of kalesas as you walk along the cobblestone streets. The houses lining it are in
Quezon is a popular destination because of its proximity to Manila and other cities in the south. Many city dwellers visit the province to go beach bumming, swimming and other related activities. The region and some of its beaches are easily accessible by public or private transportation.
Batangas is a favorite weekend or summer destination because of its accessibility from Manila and other cities surrounding the province. This comes as no surprise because it has a number of mountains that are easy to do as a day or overnight camping trip. The vistas are beautiful and the
Baguio is known as the ‘Summer Capital’ because of its year-round cool weather and proximity and accessibility to many cities to its north and south. The city has grown in popularity over the years. The developments in and just outside of it have made it easier and faster to visit
Manila is a bustling city that will elicit extreme views from those who visit it. The metropolis offers contrasts — old and new, rich and poor with little to nothing in between. Amid the concrete jungle are shopping malls, fast food chains, towering skyscrapers, shantytowns, museums, decrepit buildings and structures
Makati is part of the National Capital Region and is one of the premier business, shopping, and entertainment districts in the country. You’ll find plenty of highly rated and top quality hotels when you look for accommodations during your stay.
Quezon City may not be a popular destination for those visiting the country for the first time or visitors from other provinces. However, this bustling metropolis has plenty of accommodations across the budget spectrum, places to dine, and a central location for those heading north.
Albay is a beautiful province that has plenty to offer wanderers, from the magnificent views of Mt. Mayon to its history to its food. You’ll easily fill your itinerary for days. The region is accessible by plane or day and night bus from Manila. Your likely entry point is Legazpi