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Uncertain Guide to the Philippines

With palms swaying over crystal clear oceans, dazzling landscapes and heart-warming residents, it has the no wonder that Philippines is among the world’s best tropical archipelagos. Yet it’s not only a picture-perfect vacation spot; there’s also a attractive mix of ancient tribal cultures, elegant impérialiste towns and a dazzling range of adventures both above and below normal water – from world-class scuba snorkeling to camping around all natural amphitheatres in the rice terraces created by simply centuries-old ancestors and forefathers.

Taking your some exploring for the first are critical parts of virtually any trip to the Philippines. Thus Rough Guides have a series of carefully planned travels to the nation that cover all the best sights and experiences.

Intramuros, Manila (from £159. 99)

The previous Spanish capital of Manila is mostly a love-it-or-hate-it city that’s amazingly diverse in culture and traditions. Discover the 400-year-old stone religious organization of Intramuros; see Chinese gravestones and ancient monuments in the traditional Chinese Cemetery, or enjoy a bamboo cycle tour about the city’s walled centre.

Scuba diving is a huge draw, with the islands of Batangas and Anilao providing some of the best scuba diving in the country. But there are some wonderful spots in more remote areas of the Philippines too, including Bulusan Volcano National Recreation area and Donsol wherever whale sharks swim.


A lot of Filipinos depend on jeepneys, a casual minibus provider that operates exactly where regular busses are too limited to operate. They’re the simplest way to get around in several smaller towns, and therefore are a genuine slice of Philippine existence.