There are over 7,000 islands on the Philippines and your honeymoon is a chance to experience the highlights of a few of these majestic islands.
A fabulous island Bohol is with a relaxed and laid back feel where you can gain an insight into life in the countryside and visit the historical and natural areas of the island as well as relax on golden palm fringed beaches enjoying the tropical paradise. A great city, rich in history Manila is waiting to be explored.
One of the jewels of the Philippines with its secluded golden beaches, turquoise waters and the majestic limestone islands formed millions of years ago is El Nido. El Nido marine reserve is home to many different habitats, animals and marine life many of which have been lost in others areas of the Philippines and the world.
Best Time to Go
Visit the Philippines year round however the best months are between November and April. May to October is the rainy season - however the rains do not tend to last long, rather being heavy but short. Bohol and Cebu islands are protected by the islands further east helping them escape the worst of the monsoon weather.
Embark on a half day city tour of Cebu and visit Magellan's Cross, the beautiful Casa Gorordo Museum, Basilica Minore Del Santo Nino and more. At Bohol you may enjoy the boat trip between the islands. At the countryside of Bohol you will visit some of the beautiful old churches before driving into the heart of the island. Here you may head onto the Chocolate Hills which are Bohol's most famous natural attraction and take in the wonderful views from the top. At Loboc Town you may enjoy lunch whilst cruising along Loay River watching life drift by. Or you relish a relaxed day on the beautiful golden palmed fringed beach or perhaps go diving in these clear turquoise waters which form an underwater paradise. In Manila visit the Old Walled city of Intramuros rich in history. Amble along the narrow cobbled streets and look inside the majestic San Augustin Church. At a coconut plantation you may experience rural life in the Philippines in days gone by. Explore El Nido and enjoy this limestone island paradise amongst shimmering blue waters. Try kayaking to the lagoons or the mangroves or take a hike to the top of one of the islands for spectacular views over the area. Visit also the Museum of the Filipino people is worth seeing.