Monday, 24 October 2011

Boracay - The 2nd Best Beach Destination in the World...

Boracay Island was hailed by Trip Advisor as the top beach in Asia, and the second top beach destination in the world, among shorelines from North and South America. This famous white-sand beach is located approximately a mile northwest of Panay (a small group of islands in the Western Visayan region of the Philippines), and about 200 miles south of Metro Manila, the international port of entry for most foreigners.

Twenty-five years ago, accommodations in Boracay were scanty. Scattered throughout the island, there were only a few places offering vacationers places to stay, without all the modern comforts of home, in an effort to have the island remain low-key. But today, Boracay is filled with hotels, from first-class lodgings, to middle-class spaces, to Spartan rooms.

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Professor Brian Cox enjoys the wonder of the Taal Volcano

Professor Brian Cox is currently enjoying the Philippines, filming for his future BBC series, "Wonders of Life".
Of course, we can show you the wonders of the Philippines for yourself!
Take a look at our website, and the tour itineraries we offer, or which can be tailored for you.

See Professor Cox's Blog HERE...

Saturday, 15 October 2011 embarks on 'Mission Tourism'...

Filipino American rapper is doubling his efforts to promote Philippine tourism.

Soon the Black Eyed Peas member would be joining forces with the Department of Tourism (DOT) in promoting not only the country’s various destinations, but also in encouraging humanitarian work among foreign travelers.

In a meeting yesterday with Tourism Secretary Ramon Jimenez,, or Allan Pineda Lindo Jr., agreed to push for the so-called “Mission Tourism” among Filipino-Americans and other tourists from the United States.

Read the full story HERE...

Thursday, 13 October 2011

Philippines is Top Honeymoon Destination

At the CIBTM 2011, the Philippines was awarded “Honeymoon Destination of the Year 2011.”   Voting turnout showed the country beating Bali (Indonesia) and Thailand.