The western isles
Custom travel to the Philippines
The name Philippines defines an all-but-unknown nation of nearly 7000 islands replete with natural treasures. A little scrap of paradise that reflects the Filipinos’ perennial kindness and smiles.
Get ready for chocolate mounds, terraced rice farms, divine beaches next to some of the planet’s most spectacular seafloors, historic cities, legendary tribes and stately volcanoes, all surrounded by tropical forests. More than three centuries of Spanish and US colonial domination blended with indigenous traditions and all three left a unique, mixed stamp on the island nation’s customs, culture, religion and not least of all, its exquisite food.
Filipinas. Ver de cerca los tarsiers
You’ll never forget your close encounter with the Philippines’ tarsier monkeys, some of the smallest and most adorable primates on earth. Those eyes!
Filipinas. Refrescante baño en las piscinas de agua volcánica
Take a refreshing dip in natural volcanic pools at Hidden Valley Springs, nestled betwixt Mount Makiling and Mount Banahaw.
Filipinas. Las increíbles cuevas del Parque Nacional Río Subterráneo
Spelunking spectacular caves at Río Subterráneo National Park—the site of eleven distinct but mixed ecosystems—will leave you dazzled.
Filipinas. Recorrer las Colinas de Chocolate de Bohol
Quad tour the chocolate mounds at Bohol, rambling up lonely roads, for a thrilling all-day climb. Or take it all in from the air.
Filipinas. Buceo en sus cálidas y tranquilas aguas
Moalboal, on Cebu Island, offers some of the best wave-free, warm-water scuba diving anywhere. You’ll thrill to the massive sardine schools as well as not-uncommon sea turtle bales.
Filipinas. Sobrevolar en helicóptero el volcán Taal
Helicopter over Taal Volcano on the west coast of Luzón Island. It is the smallest but most active on the planet and one of the Philippines’ most striking corners.
Recommended travel time: Winter and spring
Generally speaking, December through April are the best times to visit the Philippines, for a break from the sometimes oven-like heat. Your weather-related comfort affords forays into some of the country’s most tropical landscapes.
Swim with whale-sharks at Donsol. You’ll see the highest numbers between February and May.
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