PhilippinesTour Package in 5 Days

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PhilippinesTour Package in 5 Days

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45 persons



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Philippines Tour Package in 5 Days


Validity: 01 JAN 2022 – 31 MAR 2024.



Experience the best of the Philippines in just 5 days! Our Taste of Philippines Tour takes you to Manila and Bohol, showcasing the country's stunning attractions. Explore Manila's rich culture and tradition before discovering the beauty of Bohol. Conclude your tour with cherished memories and a truly memorable journey. 


Hotel Details:

Hotel Type Manila Hotel Name / Similar Hotel Web Link Bohol Hotel Name / Similar Hotel Web Link
3 - Star  ST. GILES / BERJAYA HOTEL / 1898 HOTEL Click Here to See in Web Bohol Bee Farm / Panglao Regent Park Hotel Click Here To See In Web
4 - Star  VALERO GRAND SUITES / RIZAL PARK HOTEL Click Here to See in Web Mithi Resort And Spa / Bohol Beach Club Click Here to See in Web
5 - Star DUSIT THANI / CONDRAD HOTEL Click Here to See in Web Amorita Resort / Be Resort Bohol Click Here to See in Web


Package Price Details (Per Person):

Room Sharing Type 3 - Star  4 - Star  5 - Star 
Adult on Twin Share Basis TK. 53,000 TK. 59,000 TK.  72,000
Adult on Single Share Basis TK. 81,000 TK. 97,000 TK. 124,000
Child with Bed (5-12) TK. 49,000 TK. 54,000 TK.  64,000
Child no Bed (0-5) TK. 34,500 TK. 37,500 TK.  40,500

Pricing information



         4 Nights hotel accommodation at your preferred hotel.

         Assisted round trip airport transfers (Airport-Hotel-Airport).

         Daily continental breakfast.

         All specified meals and tours as mentioned in the itinerary.

         Daily transportation on modern air-conditioned coaches.

         Private transfers: Manila Airport - Manila Hotel, Manila Hotel - Manila Airport, Bohol Airport - Bohol Hotel, Bohol Hotel - Bohol Airport.

         Professional and experienced coach driver.

         Sightseeing: Evening Fountain Show in Okada, Manila City Tour with Lunch, Bohol Day Tour with Lunch.

         Services of an English-speaking guide.

         Professional multilingual guide during the coach journey.



         International Air Ticket: DAC-MNL-DAC (economy class) Approx.: Adult - BDT 85000, Child - BDT 73200, Infant - BDT 9000.

         Domestic Airfares.

         Visa Fees and Service Charge (BDT 5500).

         All personal incidental expenses.

         Items, transfers, and meals not mentioned in the itinerary.

         Tipping for drivers and guides (approximately USD 5 per person/per day).

         Travel insurance, which is strongly recommended (USD 10 per person).


Visa Requirements:

Please visit below link for details information and checklist: Philippines-Visa Web Link


Payment Policy:

Phase-1: 70% of total package amount at the time of booking.

Phase-2: 30% of total package amount before 10 working days of travel date.




         Arrive at Manila International Airport, meet and greet

         Transfer to Rizal Park Hotel

         Evening Fountain Show in Okada

         Dinner at a restaurant and return to the hotel



         Breakfast at the hotel

         Manila City Tour: Intramuros, Fort Santiago, San Agustin Church, Rizal Park

         Lunch at Barbara's Heritage Restaurant

         Visit Manila Ocean Park

         Return to Rizal Park Hotel



         Breakfast at the hotel

         Check out from Rizal Park Hotel

         Transfer to Manila Airport

         Travel to Bohol

         Meet and greet at the airport

         Transfer to Panglao Regent Park Hotel

         Overnight stay at the hotel



         Breakfast at the hotel

         Bohol Day Tour: Baclayon Church and Museum, Loboc River Cruise with lunch, Tarsier Sanctuary, Billar Man-made Forest, Chocolate Hills, Butterfly Farm, Blood Compact Monument, Souvenir Shops

         Return to Ocean Suites Hotel

         Overnight stay at the hotel



         Breakfast at the hotel

         Check out from Ocean Suites Hotel

         Transfer to Caticlan Airport

         Depart Caticlan, Philippines via SQ

         Air transfer to Manila Airport

         Depart Manila, Philippines



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Additional Information:

•    Tour package confirmation is subject to availability at the time of booking.

•    Children aged 2-11 must share a room with two adults and will not be considered for extra bed requests. They will occupy a seat on the coach.

•    Child prices only apply if there are 2 adults. In the case of 1 adult and 1 child, you will need to book for 2 adults.

•    The tour package is not wheelchair accessible.

• only provides consultancy services and does not guarantee visa approval.

•    Visa processing will commence only after receiving all necessary documents.

•    Visa processing time, requirements, and fees are subject to change by the Embassy without prior notice.

•    The Embassy reserves the right to request additional documents beyond the mentioned checklist.



Cancellation Policy:

All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties and only air ticket depends on airlines cancellation policy.

Is 5 days enough for Philippines?
How Much Time Should I Allocate for Exploring the Philippines? With its rich cultures and exciting adventures, the Philippines offers a diverse range of experiences. While a short four-day stay can allow you to visit a city or two, it is highly recommended to allocate at least two weeks to fully immerse yourself in the country's beauty and vibrant offerings.
How many days are enough in Philippines?
While our guests typically enjoy an average stay of 15-20 days in the Philippines, we recommend a minimum of 7-10 days for a fulfilling Philippine holiday, which includes your arrival and departure days. This duration allows for a more comprehensive exploration of the country's diverse attractions and ensures that you can savor the unique experiences that the Philippines has to offer.
Is Philippines cheap for tourists?
While our guests typically enjoy an average stay of 15-20 days in the Philippines, we recommend a minimum of 7-10 days for a fulfilling Philippine holiday, which includes your arrival and departure days. This duration allows for a more comprehensive exploration of the country's diverse attractions and ensures that you can savor the unique experiences that the Philippines has to offer.
What's the best time to visit Philippines?
This tropical archipelago boasts a hot and humid climate throughout the year, with the majority of rainfall occurring between June and October. Our holidays are designed to consider these weather patterns. The optimal time to visit the Philippines is from December to February, as temperatures are relatively cooler and the rainfall is typically less frequent during this period, allowing you to enjoy your vacation to the fullest.
Is Philippines cheaper than Bali?
Resort islands like Boracay and Cebu may have higher price points compared to other parts of the country, but they are still more affordable than Bali. Consequently, when considering overall costs, the Philippines, as a whole, offers a more budget-friendly experience compared to Bali.
What is the best month to visit Manila?
The ideal time to visit Manila is during the drier months from January to April. While temperatures can be high in March and April, this period is generally considered favorable as it allows you to avoid the rainy season and enjoy clearer skies and pleasant weather conditions.
Does it snow in the Philippines?
The brief answer to the question "Does It Ever Snow in the Philippines?" is: No, it does not snow in the Philippines. The country's tropical climate and consistently warm temperatures make it unsuitable for snowfall. The Philippines enjoys a hot and humid climate throughout the year, without the necessary conditions for snow to occur.
What is winter season in Philippines?
December to February in the Philippines marks the high tourist season, as it is characterized by more stable weather conditions with fewer rains, hurricanes, and typhoons. The influence of northeast winds brings about a slight cooling effect, making the temperature a bit more comfortable during this period. It is an ideal time for visitors to enjoy the Philippines without the concern of extreme weather events.
Is March a good time to visit Philippines?
March is considered the high season for travel to the Philippines as it marks the end of the dry season. However, with rising temperatures and humidity, many travelers opt to focus on beach destinations during this month. Fortunately, the Philippines offers numerous options with its vast array of islands, allowing visitors to select from a wide range of stunning beach areas to enjoy during their stay.
Can you drink water Philippines?
The tap water in the Philippines is not potable and should not be consumed. It is recommended to purchase bottled drinking water, which is widely available in convenience stores, restaurants, food chains, vending machines, and other commercial establishments. The common drinking water in the country is purified or distilled to ensure its safety and quality.
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