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"Manila and Makati Tour: American Cemetery
"Manila and Makati Tour: American Cemetery Intramuros and Manila Ocean Park Admission""You’ll be picked up from your Manila or Makati hotel in the morning and driven by air-conditioned vehicle to some top Manila attractions starting at the American Cemetery and Memorial. This massive burial ground and memorial is located on a high plateau and is the largest cemetery in the Pacific for US soldiers killed during World War II. Next head through the bustling financial district of Makati. Pass through the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex and stop at the historical Rizal Monument in Rizal Park. This monument honors one of the most revered national heroes of the Philippines José Rizal. Continue to the historic walled city of Intramuros
From $70.00
 
Private Half-Day Tagaytay Tour from Manila
"The city of Tagaytay is located on a ridge 2250 feet above sea level. It is about 2 hours leisurely drive south of Manila passing small towns orchards fruit stalls and coconut plantations. Admire the magnificent views offered of Taal Volcano a small volcano whose crater houses another volcano and the quiet surroundings of Taal Lake. The majestic view can be enjoyed from a vantage point along the ridge. After enjoying a native refreshment visit the world’s famous Bamboo Organ of Las Pinas Church and the Jeepney Factory.Tour is inclusive of a complimentary round trip transfers (for hotels located within Manila or Makati area only)
From $108.00
 
Private Tour: Taal Trekking with Lunch from Manila
"You will be picked up from your hotel’s lobby located within Manila or Makati areas at 9am then we will head to the Taal Volcano in Batangas province. The ride from Manila is around 1.5 hour and along the way we will drive through a pleasant countryside.Upon arrival at the lake you will board a motorized outrigger (Bangka) for 30 minutes to Taal Volcano. Please bring your sunscreen hat or mask as the journey is quite dusty and hot. It was an island formed by previous eruption so there aren’t many tress for shade along the way. You will be assisted by an island coordinator to trek up to a wide expanse hardened black lava landscape. The trek is a 0.25miles (400m) elevation for 1.2miles (2km). You will take approximately to enjoy the incredible view from the top and the lake view.After the tour you will be transported back to the hotel safely."""
From $62.00

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Go to the Tourist Information Center

This should be the first thing you have to do when you arrive in Banaue.I think going here will prevent you of paying high on a specific tour or the tricycle fare. They will tell you the right...
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Road to Bang A'an

There is one place in particular that you must take care because of falling rocks. About half way between Banaue and Bang A'an there is a cliff with an overhang, and occasionally rocks will become...
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climbing the terraces

Be careful climbing the rice terraces especially in the rainy season as some of the terraces are 3m high and walking along the side of them can be very difficult, as the stones at the edge can be...
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Riding on the edge (literally!)

When you go to Banaue somebody might suggest to go to Sagada as it's only about 2.5 hrs. away. While the place is certainly worth going to, however I do NOT recommend that you do so using your own car...
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Dont get fooled!

When you reach Banaue, locals will come to you and give you free trip to your lodge BUT in return you have to go for their tour. They will not give up convincing you at a very high price. Local...
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Slippery trails.

When hiking around the area you should be quite careful on the trails as they can get very slippery because of the frequent rain.I am a seasoned hiker who works as a trekking guide part of the year...
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Buses with worn off tyres

Think most of the buses are the same ... they will use the tyres to the last straw... yes, until they burst!. We had this experience when we traveled from Bontoc to Banaue by the Von-Von bus - one of...
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Bring Cash

Banaue is not a big city. There are no international ATM's here, so it 's important to bring cash with you. Otherwise, you can bring US dollars, which you can change almost anywhere, but you may get a...
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Bring cash, not card

Just like in other far flung areas of the country, ATM is non existent in Banaue. The nearest is in Bontoc which is 2 hours away (not near enough). Credit card is also not accepted, except at Banaue...
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gooodNESs gracious!!!!

we got oVER chaRGed by the Jeepney.be careFUL guys.baNAwe LOcal PUBlic vehicles can be tooooo expensiveif yOU get carried away by their pusHIng.they're soo insistent.
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"The world famous ancient rice terraces."
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shavy

"Something I can't describe...except saying awesome"
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"Stairway to Heaven"
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"Top of the Philippines"
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"Banaue - Comfortably Cold!"
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