The Philippines is a unique country made of about 7,000 unique and colourful islands. It is the land where Spanish influence is appeared in everything and everywhere, from the food and architecture to the music. Beyond that, there is a rich culture, interesting history, and plenty of adventure to be explored, from the historic Cebu and frenzy Manila, to adventurous islands of Boracay and Palawan.
Take a glimpse of beauty and discover the long history of the country at Fort San Pedro in Cebu, or get on a Jeepney in the hustle and bustle city of Manila and Makati are truly magnificent experiences. But a trip to this extraordinary archipelago will never be completed without visiting the holy Basilica Minore del Santo Niño and Magellan's Cross, the oldest Christian ground in the country in Cebu, and Manila Cathedral, the prime Basilica of the Philippines in the city of Manila.
If you want to brake away from the cities, there are plenty of things to do. At the island of Boracay, travellers can choose just to relax on the famous White Beach and Bulabog Beach, surf, or even hop on a local sailboat "paraw", and head for astonishing scuba experience under the crystal clear water. Not only that, the truly adventure awaits you at the unspoiled paradise isle of Palawan where you can explore the winding Puerto Princesa Underground River, the former longest underground river in the world.