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Trip to Manila

Manila, Philippines
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Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

10 people




When you want to experience an adventure, we’ve got your ticket! Whether it’s the adrenaline rush of white-water rafting down Mindoro River or a romantic weekend with Parisian Chic ambiance and hors d’oeuvres: Tavia Travels has all the latest destinations and hotels. You’ll find fun things like trekking up Mayon Volcano shaped by the lava flows at sunset or trading in that tedious 9-5 for some surf lessons on Boracay Island. Manila is a buzzing metropolis that has always been popular with international travellers and businessmen. There really is something for everyone: from colonial sights like Casa Manila to world-class music concerts. The best time to visit Manila is during the country’s dry season (which happens between November and April). The city feels like one giant party in January, when you’ll be able to enjoy all sorts of spectacular festivals. So, what are you waiting for? Contact Tavia Travels today and let’s get your vacation planning started!

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  • Fort Santiago
  • Intramuros Walled City
  • Casa Manila
  • San Agustin Church And Museum
  • Roxas Boulevard
  • Taal Volcano


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Fort Santiago
Fort Santiago

The history and culture that lives in the walls of Fort Santiago are difficult to express - feeling it through your heart and wandering its halls and catacombs, you'll encounter those who lived there before; those who ruled over them; those heroic Filipino rebels.

It's an experience not easily relieved by tales or photographs - only by seeing it for yourself.

Intramuros Walled City
Intramuros Walled City

Intramuros has been a marvel for centuries. In the 16th century, it was founded by the Spaniards as their capital in Asia and now, more than 400 years later, Intramuros is still going strong. Surrounded by impressively preserved city walls that stretch a whopping 3 miles (5 kilometres) long is a quasi-ghost town of Colonial monuments waiting to be discovered. The best way to see Manila’s oldest district? Check out these deserted sites during sunrise or sunset with no crowds following behind you!

Casa Manila
Casa Manila

Visit Casa Manila Phillippines, where you can see how upper-class Filipinos lived during the colonial era. Over 100 years ago, Casa Manila was a beautiful Spanish Colonial home inside their walls which are now Intramuros in metropolitan Manila. Today it's one of the few remaining examples of old-world elegance left in the Asia Pacific. Inside you'll find over 500 square meters of museum space with period art, furniture and housekeeping artifacts that your grandma or mom might have owned once upon a time. Enjoy learning about this bygone era while imagining what life was like for those early Filipino settlers enjoying newfound wealth after centuries of colonialism...

San Agustin Church And Museum
 San Agustin Church And Museum

A historical highlight for any traveller, the San Agustin Church And Museum is an architectural wonder that brings you back to another era. Marvel at the intricate paintings and statues on display in this UNESCO World Heritage Site while picnicking on your coffee break from shopping in Manila's most prestigious malls. Don't miss a visit to some of the country's most esteemed personalities' tombs while touring this beautiful church or museum!.

Roxas Boulevard
Roxas Boulevard

The highlight of Roxas Boulevard is Rizal Park, a monument to the revolutionary hero who led the Philippines’ successful battle for freedom from Spanish rule. The park stretches 120 acres and includes gardens as well as an amusement park, "Rox-Aso." From where we stand today we see the Manila Baywalk that hosts lively bars and restaurants – perfect for socializing with friends and family after visiting one of our many fine hotels.

Taal Volcano
Taal Volcano

Explore the heart of nature and witness its power. Taal Volcano offers endless opportunities for discovery, such as an adventure through miles of lush forests on Jeepneys or on horseback. Numerous ecological zones, volcanic eruptions and waterfalls offer a one-of-a-kind experience that is sure to be memorable.


  • Specialized bilingual guide
  • Private Transport
  • Entrance fees (Cable and car and Moon Valley)
  • Box lunch water, banana apple and chocolate
  • Additional Services
  • Insurance
  • Drink
  • Tickets

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Manila, Philippines
from $625,00


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