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  • PHILIPPINES LAND Of SMILES 7107 Tropical Islands


    Day 1: Manila – ArrivalLanding

    We’ll meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel in Manila. Manila is one of the oldest cities in Asia and capital of Philippines. With contradictions and surprises around every corner, the city is packed full of things to see, do, taste and experience. The rest of the day is free at leisure.

    Day 02: Manila – Tagaytay Taal Trekking (B/L)Tagaytay-City

    After Breakfast, we’ll take a scenic 55 kilometers drive to the city of Tagaytay City which sits on the Tagaytay Ridge that is 2,100 feet above sea level. The ridge provides a spectacular view of Taal Lake and Taal Volcanoo, whose crater houses another volcano known as “lake within a volcano”. Enjoy one of the most picturesque and attractive views in the Philippines and the refreshing mountain air. After lunch, we’ll proceed to tour other sites in Tagaytay City before proceeding back to Manila.

    Day 3: Bohol (B)bohol

    Today we’ll take the domestic Flight to Bohol, Bohol is the tenth largest island in the Philippines. This oval-shaped island has an area of 4,117 sq. km. and is located in the central portion of the Visayas lying between Cebu to the northwest and Leyte to the northeast. To its south is the big island of Mindanao which is separated from Bohol by the wide Mindanao Sea. Aside from the mainland, Bohol has 61 smaller offshore islands and islets. Bohol is about 700 kilometers directly south of Manila and is about 70 kilometers southeast of Cebu City.

    The people of Bohol are said to be descendants of the last group of inhabitants who settled in the Philippines called Pintados (the tattooed ones). Before the Spaniards arrived in 1521, Boholanos already had a culture of their own as evidenced by the artifactsdug at Mansasa, Tagbilaran, and in Dauis and Panglao using designs during the Ming dynasty (960-1279). The name Bohol is thought to be derived from the name of the barrio of Bo-ol, a barangay found in Tagbilaran City which was among the first places toured by the Magellan expedition.

    Day 4: Bohol (B/L)Chocolate_Hill

    Enjoy the whole day trip that showcases the province’s history, culture and its unspoiled nature, this tour starts in the city towards east starting with historic Blood Compact Commemorative Shrine. A few kilometers away is the centuries-old Baclayon church with its impressive carved wooden altars built during the Spanish regime.

    En route to Chocolate Hills, one drives through the lush man-made forest of the towns of Loboc and Bilar planted with Mahogany and endemic trees. The highlight of the entire trip is a 50-minute Loboc river cruise on board a motorized catamaran boat. A sumptuous lunch of local cuisine is served while the guests are enjoying the beautiful scenery along the Riverbanks—Verdant rolling hills, cliffs, trees and coconuts that recline in the river.

    Day 5: Cebu (B)C 1 Today we’ll take the domestic Flight to Cebu, “The Queen of the South” and is the oldest city established by the Spanish during colonial times. The rest of the day is free to start exploring the beautiful streets of Cebu. Do some last minute shopping. Eat up a storm. Book a complete spa package. Just enjoy.
    Day 6: Cebu (B/L)Taoist-Temple

    After Breakfast, we’ll proceed to city tour; Visit Fort San Pedro, the oldest triangular fortress in the country that served as the nucleus for the first Spanish settlement. Proceed to the Magellan’s Cross that Ferdinand Magellan ordered Portuguese and Spanish explorers to erect, marking the beginning of Christianity in the Philippines.

    We’ll then marvel at the Spanish colonial houses including Basilicia Minore del Santo Nino, that houses the oldest religious relic in the Philippines, and the Gorordo Museum, once used to be the residential home of Cebu’s wealthiest families. Next stop will then take you to the impressive Taoist Temple, located at Beverly Hills overlooking the city of Cebu and Mactan Island.

    Day 7: Cebu (B)
    Depart 1

    A free day for you to relax or do some last minute shopping before we take to you to the airport for your flight home.

    • Air fare ex Bangalore
    • Round trip Airport transfers (Airport-Hotel-Airport)
    • 2 nights hotel accommodation at Manila 
    • 2 nights hotel accommodation at Bohol 
    • 3 nights hotel accommodation at Cebu 
    • All sight seeing as per proposed itinerary.
  • Philippines visa checklist

    Passports: Original Passport with the validity of minimum six months from the date of return and minimum five blank pages for visa stamping.
    Philippines Visa Application Form : One visa application form to be duly filled and signed by the applicant.

    Photo Specification: Two recent passport size photographs with Matt or semi Matt finish, 60%-80% face coverage, white background and without border (Size: 35mm x 45mm).
    Please note:
    a) Photo should be pasted on the form and the applicant needs to cross sign on the photo (half signature on form and half on photo).

    Covering Letter : Covering-letter from applicant stating his name, designation, passport number, purpose & duration of visit and number of entries applied for (single/multiple entry valid for 6 months or 1 yr). The letter should be duly signed by the applicant and addressed to “The Visa Officer, Honorary Consulate of Philippines, Chennai”.
    Please Note: Covering-Letter on Letterhead if applicant is Self Employed or on plain paper if Employed.

     Airline Reservation: Confirmed air ticket.

    Proof of Accommodation: Hotel booking. For Tourist Purpose.

    a) Copy of Personal Bank Statement for last six months with a minimum balance of Rs. 1,00,000/- or above and stating the applicant’s name, address and account number along with Bank’s name, Telephone Number, Bank’s stamp & signature of authorized signatory.
    b) Personal ITR for the last 3 yrs.

    · Proof of Occupation:
    a) NOC Letter from the employer
    b) Salary slip for 6 months

    c) Leave Sanction Letter,

    a) Company registration copy with director naming list/ partnership deed
    Student: School ID Card and NOC from school mentioning the travel dates

     If visiting to any friend/relative, an invitation letter, stating the applicant’s details and complete address & contact no of the invitee & it  should be notarized by a local Notary.

    Along with the copy of his passport, valid visa, Alien card and an updated bank statement for last three months has to be submitted.

    Additional Documents:

    a) If applicant is under 15 years & traveling alone or to be accompanied by a person other than a parent: An Affidavit of Support and Consent to Travel has to be provided and the affidavit must be executed by either or both parents indicating traveling companion of minor and address of Philippines. The letter should be duly notarized by a local Notary Public & attested by the MEA followed by consular officer of the Philippine Embassy. This affidavit must be presented before immigration officials at the port of entry in the Philippines upon the minor’s arrival in the Philippines.
    b) If applicant is Spouse of a Philippine Citizen: Name of the Filipino spouse should be indicated in the applicant’s passport or Copy of Report of Marriage issued by the Philippine Embassy or Philippine National Statistics office has to be provided.

    c) If applicant is Minor Child of a Filipino Parent: Copy of Birth Certificate and Copy of Parent’s valid passports has to be provided.