Day 1: Arrival in Manila.
Private transfer from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport to your hotel.
Check-in and overnight at your hotel.
Day 2: Breakfast at the hotel.
In the morning, take a half-day city tour of Old Manila
From your hotel, travel along Makati Avenue, passing by Nielsen Tower, the first airport in the Philippines that was constructed in 1937, turn left at Paseo de Roxas which forms part of the Ayala Triangle, a junction that connects three main streets – Ayala, Paseo de Roxas and Makati Avenue. The Ayala Triangle, formerly known as Ugarte Field, is best remembered for its role in the ‘Yellow Revolution’, which blossomed as EDSA One. Turn right at Ayala Avenue, the financial and commercial center of Makati and the country’s own version of ‘Wall Street’. Continue on to Manila and stop at Rizal Park, named in honor of the country’s national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal. After a brief picture stop, proceed to the Walled City of Intramuros to visit the remnants of Spain’s conquistadores. Stop at Fort Santiago, an old Spanish fortress located at the mouth of Pasig River, where great moments in Philippine history occurred. Stroll around the gardens set amidst the historic ruins and from its bulwarks that faces Pasig River and watch freight boats sail by. Travel through the cobbled streets of San Agustin Church, the country’s oldest stone church and view its wide collection of ecclesiastical icons, vestments and other religious articles. Across it is Casa Manila, a reproduction of 19th century house equipped with Oriental and European decor, as well as Philippine antique furniture. Continue on to Manila Ocean Park, home to 14,000 marine creatures from around 277 species, all indigenous to the Philippines and Southeast Asia. Its sheer size and diversity makes it one of the world's best public aquariums. The Oceanarium is a stunning walkthrough of the watery depths featuring seven sections and containing 1,900 cubic meters of seawater. At the heart of the Oceanarium is the main attraction - a 25 meter long, 220° curved walkway tunnel with a spectacular underwater view of amazing sea creatures swimming overhead.
The water source for the Oceanarium is filtered water from Manila Bay. A special process is done to ensure that the seawater is suitable to marine life. It has an educational activity area, unique function rooms for special events and bi-level shark and stingray viewing facilities.
Day 3: Breakfast at the hotel.
Day for leisure or shopping or take an optional tour to the different breathtaking destinations like, Pagsanjan, Tagaytay and Taal. Overnight at hotel.
Day 4: Breakfast at the hotel.
Private transfer from your hotel to Ninoy Aquino International Airport for your international flight.
Oceanarium, Trails to Antarctica, Jellies Exhibit, Penguin Talk Show, Birds of Prey Kingdom, Sea Lion Show, Sharks & Rays Dry Encounter, All Star Bird Show & Musical Fountain Show