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La Paz Sand Dunes

Package 1: Full route – Php 2500/vehicle
-30-40 min 4×4 ride
-unlimited sandboarding
-maximum of 5 persons per vehicle

Package 2: Half route – Php 1500/vehicle
-10-15 min 4×4 ride
-unlimited sandboarding
-maximum of 5 persons per vehicle

Package 3: Student/Group – Php 350/person
-minimum of 40 persons
-10 min 4×4 ride
-unlimited sandboarding

*For small groups, we offer free pickup and drop within Laoag City proper.







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Citystate Asturias Palawan Budget Package

Citystate Asturias Hotel – PHP 3,900.00 per person Triple Sharing

PHP 1,200.00 extra night per person with breakfast
PHP 1,500.00 Child rate, No extra bed, with breakfast (12 y.o. & below)

Rates include:
-2 nights/3 days accommodation in a Standard room
-Daily buffet breakfast
-Roundtrip airport/hotel/airport transfers
-Welcome drinks for 3
-Choice of Underground River Tour or Honda Bay Island Tour
-Complimentary use of swimming pool & Jacuzzi
-Free entrance at Scenario Bar

PALAWAN TRAVEL ESCAPE – PHP 6,750 per person (12 Y.O. & up/adult rate)

PHP 1,200 Extra night per person with breakfast
PHP 3,525 Child rate, no extra bed, with breakfast (5 years & below)
PHP 3,825 Child rate, no extra bed with breakfast (6-11 Y.O)
PHP 1,250 per night/Single Supplement (on standard room)

Rates include:
-2 nights/3 days accommodation in a standard room on twin/triple
-Roundtrip airport/hotel/airport transfers
-Welcome drinks
-2 breakfast/1buffet lunch/2 buffet dinner
-Half day city tour with light snack
-Underground River Tour with buffet lunch
-Honda Bay Island Hopping Tour picnic lunch
-Complimentary use of Swimming pool & Jacuzzi
Travel Insurance

1. In the event that Underground River Tour is fully booked, Irawan Ecopark Tour will be provided instead.

2. Flight to Puerto Princesa must be early morning and return must be late afternoon or evening to fully enjoy the tours.







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Banaue Sagada Baguio Tour



Php 3,600/person (6-5pax in a room)
Php 3,900/person (4pax in a room)
Php 4,000/person (3pax in a room)
Php 4,200/person (2pax in a room)

***Rates are subject to change without prior notice.***

Travel dates: Friday to Sunday of the Month

Target Slots: Minimum of 10-12 clients in a van

Van Capacity: 12-15 Seater Nissan Urvan / Toyota Commuter / Toyota Hi-Ace / Toyota Grandia (whichever is available)

Sagada Tour Package Inclusions:

-Roundtrip Van Transfer (Makati-Banaue-Sagada-Baguio-Makati)
-3days/2nights stay at Kanip-Aw Lodge, Shamrock Tavern, Churya-a (whichever is available)
-Sidetrip in BANAUE RICE TERRACES (viewpoint)
-2 Days Tour at Kiltepan, Echo Valley, St Mary’s Church, Big Falls (BOMOD-OK Falls), Pottery House, Sagada Weaving,
–Sumaguing Cave and Rock inn/Orange Farm
-Tour Guide Fee except at Sumaguing Cave which amounts to Php 150/person (minimum of 4 pax) and Php 400/person for Cave Connection ( Lumiang Cave to Sumaguing Cave)
-If time still permits us permits Optional tour at Ganduyan Museum and Lake danum (depend on road and weather condition )
-Entrance Fees and Permits
-Government taxes and surcharges

Sagada Tour Proposed Itinerary:

Day 00
0830pm Assembly – Trinoma Open Parking
0900pm Estimate time of departure from Makati to Banaue

Day 01
0600am Estimate time of arrival at Banaue
0615am Breakfast at Greenview Restaurant (on own pax account)
0700am Roving tour around Banaue Town
0745am Stop over at BANAUE VIEWPOINT for picture Taking
0815am Estimate time of departure Banaue to Sagada
1100am Estimate time of arrival at Sagada
1130am Check-in (Standard check in time is 2pm, early check in is allowed only if the room is already available)
1200am Lunch (on own pax account) at Salt & Pepper or Yoghurt House
0100pm Proceed to Lumiang Cave and Sumaguing Cave for normal caving
0500pm Estimated time of return from the cave
0530pm Back to Lodging (Wash up)
0700pm Dinner (on own pax account)

Day 02
0500am Wake-up call. Breakfast (own account)
0600am Proceed to Kiltepan for Sunrise Viewing (Optional)
0700am Head back to Lodging
0730am Breakfast (own account)
0830am Start of Bomod-Ok Falls Trek
1230am Lunch at Rock Inn Farm (On pax own account)
0130pm Visit the Orange Orchard at Rock-Inn Farm
0300pm Visit Sagada weaving and Pottery
0400pm St. Mary’s Church and Echo Valley (where the hanging coffins are located)
0500pm Headback to lodge
0700pm Dinner and Rest (On pax own account)

Day 03
0600am Wake up call and breakfast
0730am Check out. Departure Sagada to Baguio
1230pm Estimated time of arrival at La Trinidad, Baguio City
Lunch (on own pax account)
0130pm Visit Stawberry Farm. Souvenir hunting and buy Pasalubong
0300pm Estimated time of departure Baguio to Manila
0900pm Estimated time of arrival at Manila

End of tour

***This Itinerary is just a guide for the tour participants and may change due to weather conditions, traveling pace, etc.***

Travel Period: Valid until further notice.

Contact Information:

Mobile: (63) 918-4049927
Telefax: (632) 564-5069
PLDT LAND-LINE: (632) 564-5070
Email: /
FB fan page:

Important Notes:
-Limit of one baggage as possible per person for your own comfort.
-Please bring extra clothes for caving and plastic case for the protection of your mobiles and cameras.
-Rates are quoted based on a minimum number of 10 persons.

Warning: Caving expeditions are not advisable for those who are claustrophobic or with medical condition. All trekking activities would involve physical exertion. Time allotted will depend on the capability of the travelers. Everyone should take the necessary precaution as the trekking activities and the cave expedition will be uphill/downhill and sometimes slippery.

For other questions and further inquiries:
-please feel free to get in touch with our office at +63-2-564-5070 / +63-2-564-5069 or
-you may email us at or



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Grand Boracay Resort



June 1-October 15, 2014

SUPERIOR ROOM – Php 4100/night
(Room Strictly good for two pax only/ No sneak in allowed)

DELUXE ROOM – Php 4850/night
(Room rate good for 2 pax only/ max.capacity up to 4 pax w/ additional charge)

PREMIER ROOM – Php 5950/night
(Room rate good for 2 pax only/ max.capacity up to 4 pax w/ additional charge)

FAMILY ROOM – Php 9800/night
(Room rate good for 4- 6 pax)

PREMIER FAMILY ROOM – Php 12800/night
(Room rate good for.of 6-8 pax)

April 1- May 31, 2014 (Except April 17-20,2014/ May 1-4,2014)
Oct.16,2014- March 31,2015
(Except Dec.26,2014-Jan.1,2015/ Feb.18-24,2015)

SUPERIOR ROOM – Php 4960/night
(Room Strictly good for two pax only/ No sneak in allowed)

DELUXE ROOM – Php 5540/night
(Room rate good for 2 pax only/ max.capacity up to 4 pax w/ additional charge)

PREMIER ROOM – Php 6500/night
(Room rate good for 2 pax only/ max.capacity up to 4 pax w/ additional charge)

FAMILY ROOM – Php 10460/night
(Room rate good for 4- 6 pax)

PREMIER FAMILY ROOM – Php 14420/night
(Room rate good for 6-8 pax)

April 17-20,2014/ May 1-4,2014/ Dec.26,2014-Jan.1,2015, Feb.18-24,2015

SUPERIOR ROOM – Php 5400/night
(Room Strictly good for two pax only/ No sneak in allowed)

DELUXE ROOM – Php 6500/night
(Room rate good for 2 pax only/ max.capacity up to 4 pax w/ additional charge)

PREMIER ROOM – Php 7100/night
(Room rate good for 2 pax only/ max.capacity up to 4 pax w/ additional charge)

FAMILY ROOM – Php 11500/night
(Room rate good for 4- 6 pax)

PREMIER FAMILY ROOM – Php 15900/night
(Room rate good for 6-8 pax)

For Overnight Stays Only:

SUPERIOR ROOM – Php 7150/night
(Room Strictly good for two pax only/ No sneak in allowed)

DELUXE ROOM – Php 8250/night
(Room rate good for 2 pax only/ max.capacity up to 4 pax w/ additional charge)

PREMIER ROOM – Php 10450/night
(Room rate good for 2 pax only/ max.capacity up to 4 pax w/ additional charge)

FAMILY ROOM – Php 19800/night
(Room rate good for 4- 6 pax)

PREMIER FAMILY ROOM – Php 24200/night
(Room rate good for 6-8 pax)

* Above rates are based on twin sharing with daily breakfast.

NOTE: Compulsory dinner for December 31 2014- Php 1,500/person

Extra Person Rate
with Breakfast – Php 1000.00 per night

Additional P500.00/ night for extra mattress/bed

-Children 9 years of age and above shall be considered as adults.
-Children 8 years of age and below sharing bed with parents is free of charge on room accommodation.
However, in cases where there are two (2) children below 9 y/o., they are already considered equivalent to one (1) adult.


Set Breakfast – Php 400.00 net
Set Lunch/ Dinner – Php 500.00 net

*Buffet Lunch/ Dinner can be prepared for a minimum of 20 persons and above.​
*Children 2-8 years old will get discounted Meal Rates at 50% off (Compulsory)






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Panagbenga Festival 2014

The Panagbenga or Baguio Flower Festival is one of the most attended festival in the Philippines held annually in the City of Pines, Baguio City. It is a festival to celebrate not only the “season of blooming” of flowers but also the booming economy and prosperity of the City of Pines. Held every February, Panagbenga 2014 will showcase street dancing presentation by dancers in flower-inspired costumes as well as colorful floats decorated with flowers paraded along the major streets of Baguio City.

Panagbenga 2014 started on February 1, 2014 and ends on March 3, 2014, making it 5-week celebration. This marks the 18th year of Panagbenga Festival which started in 1996.

The highlight of the festival peaks on the 4th weekend of February. For 2014, it will be on February 22-23, 2014 with the street dancing competition and float parade. Be sure to save the dates of the festival and plan your trip ahead.

Panagbenga Festival 2014 Calendar Of Activities

February 1

-Kickoff: Opening ritual at Panagbenga Park
-Drum and lyre competition at Athletic Bowl
-Opening of Baguio Blooms – Landscaping competition (Burnham Park)

February 14

-Philippine Military Academy Alumni Homecoming

February 16

-Handog ng Panagbenga sa Pamilya Baguio (Burnham Park)
-Let a Thousand Flowers Bloom painting activity (Melvin Jones Arena)

February 22

-Street Dancing Parade

February 23

-Grand Flower Float parade

February 24 to March 2

-Session Road in Bloom

March 1

-Pony Boys’ Day at Wright Park

March 2

-Closing Ceremonies and Grand Fireworks Display

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Costa Aguada Island Resort, Guimaras

Costa Aguada is a First Class Eco-Tourism Resort nestled in a 1,097 hectare privately owned crocodile shaped island. Officially a part of the Guimaras province located in the Visayas Region of the Philippine isles, it is southeast of Iloilo and Guimaras and west of Pulupandan, a town south of Bacolod, the Capital City of Negros Occidental. The Island boasts of its’ rolling mountains with lush virgin forest, bamboo thickets, coconut groves and hidden caves ideal for jungle trekking to the more adventurous nature-loving travelers.

The Island is inhabited by a wealth of wild life such as wild monkeys, deer, wild ducks and different species of rare birds. Its shores are lined with pockets of coves, which are abundant with marine life. Other features includes, a jungle park, an authentic World War II Japanese bunker and a local village where cottage industry like soap-making, vinegar processing, bag weaving, etc. can be witnessed.

Additional resort amenities includes: The Main Pavilion with 200-250 seats restaurant and bar, Convention Hall, Swimming Pool, Boutique-Island products & souvenirs, Picnic Camps with Bonfire Pits, Beachside Bar and Kiosk, Game Hall, Helipad and Wharf. Accommodations are Duplex and Single cottages of indigenous material with native décor include electric fans or air condition, private toilet and bath with hot and cold water, 49 NON AIRCON and 14 AIRCON ROOMS all in all.

Other activities includes: Island Hopping, Tram tour, Horseback ridding, Mountain biking/climbing, Cave exploration, Fishing, Kayaking, Snorkeling, Rowboats. Outdoor tennis and badminton court. Indoor games such as mahjong, darts, billiards and table tennis are available in the Game Hall.


DOUBLE ROOM – Php. 7,510.00 for 2 persons
TRIPLE ROOM – Php 9,420.00 for 3 persons
EXTRA COT/ BED (4th person) – Php 1,915.00 net/person

DOUBLE ROOM – Php 4,570.00 for 2 persons
TRIPLE ROOM – Php 6,480.00 for 3 persons
EXTRA COT/ BED (4th person) – Php 1,915.00 net/person


DOUBLE ROOM – Php 3,770.00 for 2 persons
TRIPLE ROOM – Php 4,740.00 for 3 persons
EXTRA COT/ BED (4th person) – Php 970.00 net/person


DOUBLE ROOM – Php 2,300.00 for 2 persons
TRIPLE ROOM – Php 3,270.00 for persons
EXTRA COT/ BED (4th person) – Php 970.00 net/person

-room accommodations
-welcome drinks and lei upon arrival
-daily set breakfast
-entrance fee
-use of swimming pool

* Air conditioning is only available from 5:30 PM to 6:30 AM (powered by generators). An additional charge of Php120.00/ room/ hour will be applicable for use of air conditioning outside of those times.

Optional airport (land) and sea (boat) transfers are available upon request with an additional charges.

Via Iloilo City

Iloilo airport to Ortiz 20 minutes by land – Php 1,200.00 /van/ way (max. of 10)
Ortiz to Jordan 5 tp 10 minutes by boat Public boat – P15.00/ticket /way

Jordan to Sebaste port 45 mins. by land – P1,350.00 /van/way (max. of 10 pax)

Sebaste to Costa Aguada 20 boat – P375.00/person /way

Via Bacolod

Silay/ Bacolod airport to Pulupandan terminal 45 minutes by land – P3,200 ROUNDTRIP max. of 12 persons

Pulupandan terminal to Costa Aguada 45 mins. by boat – P750 roundtrip/person

Bringing of any kind of FOOD and DRINKS not allowed at the resort.



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Batanes Package

Batanes Barkada Packages

Make this vacation as one of your most memorable moments with your barkada!

Rate is on a Per Person Basis
(Minimum of 7 Persons)

3 Days/2 Nights – Php 6,650
4 Days/3 Nights – Php 9,200
5 Days/4 Nights – Php 10,850

Tour Inclusions:

-Hotel Accommodation (Options: Batanes Seaside, Dive Batanes, Amboy Hometel, Shandels Inn, Brandon Lodge)
-Basco Tour
-Batan South Tour
-Sabtang Island Tour (only included to 4D/3N and 5D/4N Packages)
-Airport Transfers
-Full Board Meals (Breakfasts, Pic-Nic Lunches, Dinners)
-Private Land Transport
-Boat Transfers
-Private Tour Guide
-Municipal Fees
-Tax Inclusive
-All Tour Fees



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From emerald pastureland to windswept massif, stunning cliffs rising above exposed beaches and astonishing roads carved out of mountainside — wherever you go you will find exquisite scenery in Batanes.

To date, Batan Island still has a few remnants of the Spanish rule, seen its its old fashioned edifices, centuries old Spanish churches and an old Spanish bridge.

Rent a bike and wing through sweeping panoramas of rugged terrains, gorgeous valleys and coastline repeatedly under attack by waves.

Say hello to Racuh Apayaman, touted as the Marlboro Country, a communal pastureland. Marvel at the undulating valley, hills and green meadows where water buffalo, horses and cattle roam freely.

The ancient coastal village of Diura is also worth checking especially during the fishing season when they perform the Kapayvanuvanua ritual.

If you are up for more adventure, you can hike up the dormant Mt.Iraya in Basco, just coordinate with your hotel for a local guide.

Cross to the well-preserved Sabtang Island where you will find well-preserved Ivatan Culture.

Wander around Savidug and Chavayan for the stone houses.

Take home the remarkable hand-woven vakul from Sabtang Weavers Association.

Do not leave Sabtang without exploring the astounding natural arch formation on its shores.

Batanes is bathed in serenity and dramatic scenery. No wonder it has virtually zero crime rate – a testament to which is the Honesty Coffee Shop.

Drop by anytime!


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Dinagyang Festival 2014

Iloilo Dinagyang Festival is a thanksgiving for and a celebration in honor of Sr. Santo Nino. But it prides itself as a festival of excellent folk choreography, a showcase of Ilonggo heritage and culture. It is as grand as Iloilo’s old churches and mansions

Highlights of the Festival
The religious highlight is the fluvial procession along Iloilo River. The cultural highlights are the Kasadyahan and the Ati-atihan parades and competitions.

The fluvial procession is on a Friday of the Dinagyang week. Devotees carrying assorted images of the Child Jesus ride in motorized bancas from the mouth of the river towards the pier area where the foot parade would start and then back to the church.

Held on a Saturday, Kasadyahan is a cultural parade. The presentation is theatrical and in local color.

The Ati-atihan contest on a Sunday, is a big event. Participated in by at least twenty groups or tribe, the warriors wipe brown body paint all over their body and dance to the drumbeats.

The festival was first started to celebrate the feast of the Sto. Nino. From a parish church festivity to honor the Child Jesus, the celebration has evolved to become a religious-cultural activity. It is now a vehicle to promote Iloilo as a tourist and investment destination.

Dinagyang Song tells of how Iloilo got its name, how it was sold by the aborigines to the Borneans led by a Datu Paiburong. It also describes Ilonggos’ proud heritage, industry and peaceful existence. It spells out hope and progress through Dinagyang.

The performances have awed audiences because of its spectacle – the choreography, costumes and music are very impressive. Especially, the choreography which has been noted by no less than the National Commission for the Culture and the Arts (NCCA). The commission has tagged Dinagyang as the “Festival of Excellent Folk Choreography”.

Through the years, the festival has gained national prominence and recognition by winning the national street dancing competition. Now, people know that Dinagyang is Iloilo, and Iloilo is Dinagyang!

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Cherry Blossoms Hotel

Room Rates:

SUPERIOR​(Single/Dbl/Twin) – ​Php 2,350.00 net​ per night
DE LUXE​(Single/Dbl) – ​Pho 2,750.00 net per night ​
2-LEVEL SUITE​(Single/Dbl) – ​Php 2,950.00 net​ per night
SUITE​(Single/Dbl/Quad)​ – Php 3,950.00 net​ per night
EXTRA BED/Person – Php 1,000.00 net per night

• Free breakfast
• Above room rates are valid until March 31, 2015.

PROMO RATE:​Php 2,500.00 net with Breakfast for two (Standard Room)
​Single/Double Occupancy

Airport Transfers:

CAR – ​Php 1300.00/person (Airport-Hotel)​
VAN​- Php 1,500.00/person (Airport-Hotel) ; ​​​Php 1,500.00/person (Hotel-Airport)



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