Monday, May 23, 2016

How do you spend 9 days in Philippines



Whether you know it as the Pearl of the East or the Jewel of the East, no doubt that the Philippines is actually an underrated country for tourism purposes. The Philippines is an archipelago and offers more than 7,000 islands. Starting a 9 day trip in the Philippines main island of Luzon, explore the capital city of Manila and surrounding attractions, but do not forget to go to several islands that are not so well known. From beautiful beaches to dense cities, the Philippines has it all in one complete package.

Manila (3 nights)
This is the heart of the Philippines and the best place to start your trip, Manila is the capital of the Philippines. As one of the most populous cities in the world, you'll get an incredible experience by visiting Manila where you will be constantly surrounded by the sights, sounds and smells new. If this is your thoughts the first time in Manila, you'll see the main landmark, which may include Bonifacio Shrine, settlement of old Spanish walled better known as Intramuros, the neoclassical architecture of the 20th century beginning of Manila Central Post Office or university historic Santo Tomás.

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Taal Volcano (day trip from Manila)
Although there is no end to all the things you can do, in terms of look and explore Manila, you might want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city to a more rural, relaxed in a day trip. Taal volcano is only two hours from Manila, and make your way to be comfortable. Active volcano is a popular spot for outdoor recreation, and most of the roads and points of view can be accessed via a 30 minute boat ride on Lake Taal beautiful but contain sulfate. Once you arrive, you can set out on horseback or hike to explore the trails and unforgettable sights.

Baguio (1)

Baguio City, known to locals as the summer capital of the Philippines, which has a slightly cooler climate and mountainous locations. This place looks and feels quite different to many other places in the Philippines with large pine trees providing shade and lush greenery. You will definitely want to come to Camp John Hay, who served as American military personnel in World War II, which is now a country club, a golf course and resort. Baguio also provide an opportunity to pick strawberries from a local farm, a walk in the scenic Burnham Park or relax completely on one of the many spas that can be found throughout the city.

Sagada (2 nights)

Another mountain worthy of your visit for 9 days in the Philippines is Sagada. outdoor activities are the main reason for the visit, and caving one of the most interesting. If you are an adventurous, join a tour to the Cave Sumaguing or Burial Cave. In this cave, you will find what is known as the hanging coffins. As the name suggests, this tradition is one in which the coffin hung horizontally from the face of the cliff, creating an unusual sight that you should trust. In Sagada, you can also see the beautiful Niagara Falls, try rock climbing at Echo Valley or try an adventure with guided rafting.

Sagada

Sagada 



Banaue (1)

In the Philippines, Banaue is sometimes called the eighth Wonder of the World. The town is located in the Cordillera Mountains, and the main attractions include the stunning rice fields. Ifugao people, people - people from the hill tribes, was responsible for the creation of these rice fields where rice has been grown for over 2,000 years. If you are visiting Banaue, join a tour to learn as much as possible about the fields and their history, and then check out the other attractions such as the Museum of Sculpture Cordilleran and Markets Banaue, where local vendors sell everything from fresh fruit to the wood sculpture.

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Batad (1 night)

Just a few miles from Banaue which is only accessible by foot is the village of Batad. Visited Batad provide another viewpoint to admire the incredible rice fields, because the village is actually at the bottom of the valley itself. Walk through the rice fields, wide enough for one person, or a hike to the Saddle for an amazing view which is also suitable for photos in stunning scenery. Batad is also home to Niagara Tappiyah, which stands at more than 70 feet high and a popular swimming spot for locals and visitors. If you want to take home a souvenir of Batad, consider a bottle of local rice wine or weaving Ifugao are handmade by villagers.

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