Emerald rice fields, buzzing mega-cities, colorful jeepneys, giant volcanoes, stunning beaches, countless islands and open-minded, friendly and almost always happy people – this is what makes the Philippines so special. With more than 7000 islands this country is not only are a paradise for beach lovers, but also offer a very diverse and unique landscape. But the Philippines is not only about finding the most beautiful isolated beach, it is also about being outside and active. From kayaking to kite boarding, to canyoning, diving and even surfing – there are countless possibilities to explore and experience what this country has to offer.
How to get there by plane?
One possible way to enter the Philippines by plane is to take a flight to Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila. From here you can easily continue your journey in the Philippines.
How to get there by land?
As the Philippines consist of more than 7000 islands, there is no proper way to reach the country by land. We have not heard about boat connections to Manila and even if these would exist we would highly recommend to simply book a flight.
Most passport holders will be able to enter the Philippines without a visa for a period of 30 days. You can check the visa regulations and requirements on this website. Just choose your country and you will get all the information you need.
The style of cooking and the food associated with the Philippines has evolved over many centuries to a mixed cuisine of Indian, Japanese, Malay, Chinese, Spanish and American influences mixed with indigenous ingredients and local tastes.
Picture a perfect paradise beach: Crystal clear water, colorful coral reefs bursting with marine life, white-sand beaches, palm trees – El Nido, the gateway to the Bacuit archipelago, in northern Palawan has it all.
You like to travel off the beaten path? And are looking for a special experience in Palawan? Make sure to book the remote island expedition by Tao Philippines. Join like-minded travelers and local islanders on a boat journey through the beautiful Bacuit Bay and Linapacan group.
Since 1976 Baler has been surfing. On completion of filming the blockbuster “Apocalypse Now” the film crew left some surfboards behind and the then infamous surf scene quickly began to expand, making Baler the “birthplace of surfing” in the Philippines.