Discover More About Philippines
Perhaps the Philippines' most valuable jewel is the Filipinos themselves, who are friendly, welcoming people. Wherever you travel in the Philippines, you will be greeted with smiles. Mabuhay means “hello” and “welcome” in Filipino and is a phrase you’ll see and hear often.
Families can see the famous Chocolate Hills where over 1,000 grass covered hills spread across the countryside, turning the colour of chocolate during the dry season.
Children can search for tiny endangered Philippine tarsiers hiding in the forests; only 700 currently remain on the island of Bohol as a result of deforestation and the pet industry.
Swim and snorkel with sea turtles and enjoy colourful sea life at a natural sanctuary in the shallow coastal waters of Apo Island.