Travel Philippines

Baguio – The City of Pines


Few cities are as perfectly summed up by their nicknames as Baguio. It has two: the summer capital of the Philippines, and the City of Pines. The first is a reference to its climate. It’s located nearly 1,500m above sea level, making it significantly more temperate than other places in the region of Luzon. In the Philippines’ boiling summers, this makes it an ideal place to escape to. It...

23rd of June
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Bravo Asia Tours Private Tour in Philippines

TransferDomestic flights are our most important transportation when we travel in Philippines. Interisland boat or shipping,unless there is no other choice,are not recommended  due to the low quality in both service and facility. Car is another transportation we use for our clients. All Vehicles we use are well-maintained, air-conditioned and have been running for around 3 years.  Tour Gu...

2nd of August
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Travel to Philippines - Visa and Passport

Visitors who visit Philippines must hold a passport valid for at least 6 months. Philippines is such an important travel destination and commercial entity in Asia, citizens of western countries enjoy visa exemption when visiting Philippines. If you are from India, Sri Lanka, you can have Visa on arrival at cost of USD25.  For Visa upon arrival, please prepare valid passport, one passport-size...

2nd of August
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Philippines Culture and Festivals


Dinagyang Festival (4th Sunday January)Dinagyang means "Merry Making" and its a celebration held in honor of the Santo Niño. Dinagyang is believed to be one of the BEST Festivals in the Philippines.Dinagyang is the best time to go to Iloilo!  Sinulog Festival (3rd Sunday January)Sinulog is a dance ritual in honor of the miraculous image of the Santo Niño. The name pertains to the st...

2nd of August
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