The above package is subject to availability at time of reservation. Price is per person sharing. Prices are subject to change in accordance with currency fluctuations and increased airfares. When making a booking enquiry it is important that you are in possession of the correct documentation to travel i.e. visas, inoculation certificates etc. Please check that all names and surnames are spelt exactly as they appear in the relevant passports. Fares, where indicated, are based on low season rates.
PricesJNB: R 21,260.00
Valid From1st of August 2018 (Wednesday)
Valid To30th of November 2018 (Friday)
Need Visa'sSouth Africa: NoBritish: NoEuropean Union: NoAmerican: No
About the Holiday
Discover the Philippines!
The Cebu metropolitan area is the country's second largest, and, along with its adjacent Maktan Island. It abounds with shopping malls, fast food outlets, casinos, golf and holidaymakers who have come to enjoy the sandy beaches and glorious, balmy weather.
The island province of Bohol is one of the loveliest to explore. This enchanting island have an unforgettable experience.
Includes & Excludes
- Return flights from Johannesburg
- Airport taxes
- Return airport transfers
- 2 nights at the 4* Maribago Bluewater (Cebu) in a Deluxe Room
- Return ferry transfer Cebu to Tagbileran Bohol
- 4 nights at the 4* Bohol Beach Club in a Deluxe Room
- Breakfast daily
- Travel and medical insurance
- Meals not mentioned
- Items of a personal nature
ManilaThe City of Manila or simply Manila or Maynila, is the capital of the Philippines.
Spain first conquered Manila in 1571. For 300 years, Spain successfully repelled a series of invasion attempts by the Chinese, Dutch and the British. A Filipino revolutionary force triumphed over the Spanish in 1896. But this was short-lived as the USA took over Manila in 1898. The city finally got its independence after WWII.
The city is mostly warm and humid. It gets cooler in the months of December to February and warmer to hot during March to May. The rainy season used to be in June to September, but this has shifted towards September to October, with typhoons often arriving during these months.
Manila has many facets to satisfy different tastes. History buffs will enjoy the rich heritage of the old Manila city. The Spanish influence is still evident in the old quarters of the city and in local traditions. Rizal Park is one of the largest parks in South-East Asia. It is also known as Luneta, after the area it replaced.
The original city, founded in 1571 by the Spanish, Intramuros is located on the southern bank of the Pasig River. Substantial sections of the encircling wall, which was begun in 1590, remain, including a number of decorated gates.
One of the oldest and most dramatic colonial buildings in the Philippines, Fort Santiago was built to guard the entrance to the Pasig River and dates back, in its oldest sections, to 1571.
Malate used to be a red-light district that had girlie bars, live shows and bars that stayed open until sunrise, but it is now known for its cosy, intimate spots that attract the after-work crowd. Although the Malate area is still a favourite hangout, the crowds have thinned because of the boom of the glitz-and-glam mall bars in Eastwood City and Greenbelt 2.