How to See the Best of the Unforgettable Philippines
Nobody wants to fly halfway around the world to a magnificent city filled with wonderful people who enjoy different exciting pastimes and enjoy foods you’ve never tried, only to do the same things you do at home.
If you’d like a holiday that shies away from tourist traps and international fast food chains, you need to take a tour that will lead you off the beaten track, but not so far off that you end up lost or stranded in a country where you don’t know a soul. The best kind of holiday enables you to explore and have the most fun, while not having to worry about your safety, right?
One Life Adventures provides all this in the Philippines and more – combining the safety and great vibe of a planned group tour and an itinerary packed with the best fun and adventure this exciting country has to offer. Here’s what you can look forward to:
1. EXPLORE CITY LIFE IN MANILA
One of the best ways to experience the culture of a country is to immerse yourself in its nightlife. And Manila’s nightlife is a whole lot of fun. On arrival in the city, you’ll receive special guest access to the best bars and clubs in the area, all of which are favourites among locals and visitors alike. This VIP access means you’ll be meeting people in a vibey atmosphere and making new friends as you party like a celebrity.
2. EXPLORE THE PARADISE OF EL NIDO
If you were to close your eyes and conjure up an image of the Philippines as you’ve always imagined it would look, you’d be picturing El Nido. The beauty of this area is the focus of thousands of photos, postcards and Instagram posts – and for a good reason. It’s a paradise on earth.
And there’s no need to worry about being crowded out by other tourists, as with over 45 islands and even more beachfront to enjoy, there’s more than enough space to go around. The ocean is as beautiful as the island itself, and if you’d like to snorkel or scuba dive, El Nido is the perfect place for an underwater adventure.
3. EXPLORE CULTURE IN PALAWAN
You can immerse yourself in Filipino culture in Palawan, as well as get an education on almost any local pastime that tickles your fancy. You can learn how to cook authentic cuisine (make sure you write the recipes down so you can impress the folks back home), discover how to weave baskets from coconut leaves and even learn the basics of fishing. It’s a great peek into a relaxed and sustainable way of living that you’ll never forget.
What are you waiting for?