*(Update)*, We are restructuring the list of accommodations due to legal reform in the management of businesses in the country by foreigners. Soon we will offer the updated list as we have the confirmation from our partners in the country.
Maya (1 night): Our plane will land at the Cebu airport, where a minibus will be waiting for us to transfer to Maya, where we will spend the night to catch the early morning ferry to Malapascua.
Malapascua (3 nights): In Malapascua, apart from enjoying the island and its seabed, we will do a dive to dive with the famous thresher shark.
Oslob (1 night): After a few hours of travel on the ferry and local buses, we will arrive in Oslob at dusk. The next morning, we will enjoy one of the star experiences of the trip. We will bathe with a whale shark. Then we will take a bus to take us to the pier where the ferries leave for Apo Island.
Apo Island (1 night): In Apo Island, the paradise of turtles, you will have the opportunity to feel like Robinson Crusoe for one night.
Siquijour (3 nights): We will spend some days enjoying this island full of beautiful beaches and wonderful interior landscapes. We highly recommend enjoying the Cambupahey Falls. The best thing to do to explore this island is to rent a motorcycle.
Bohol (3 nights): In Bohol, we will visit its famous chocolate hills and go in search of the large herds of dolphins that usually frequent its waters.
El Nido (3 nights): We will arrive in ‘’El Nido’’ from Bohol after a short stopover flight in Cebu. El Nido, also known as the Halong Bay of the Philippines, is a place that leaves no one indifferent. At night, the small town fills up with tourists dining and strolling through its streets full of shops and restaurants.
Port Barton (3 nights): After a fun trip of several hours in 4x4, we will arrive at Port Barton, a small town where the asphalt has not yet been reached. Free days to enjoy this unique place.
Manila (3 nights): The last 3 days of the trip will be spent in the capital of the country, Manila. We will arrive there from a flight from Puerto Princesa, about 4 hours from Port Borton. These days we will take advantage of them to know the colonial past of