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The Philippines is Back – Discover Asia's Best Kept Secret
By: Bamboo Travel
Known for its palm fringed beaches, the country – which is comprised of over 7000 islands – is steeped in culture with a multitude of indigenous tribes, fabulous food, volcanic scenery, colonial history, amazing and unique wildlife, and some of the best snorkelling and diving in the world.
This melting pot of experiences (https://www.bambootravel.co.uk/
Deciding which island to visit can also be a difficult decision but the expert team at Bamboo Travel can share their knowledge in helping to decide.
From Palawan with it's luxurious accommodation and world-class snorkelling, to Bohol – rich in history, culture and wildlife, or Boracay with its mix of beaches, surfing and nightlife, to name just some. Alternatively, choose a multi-island itinerary to get a flavour of several!
Now welcoming tourists once more (with no testing required for arrivals), Bamboo Travel offers 12 different itineraries, each focussing on particular experiences, but the recommended 'all-rounder' is the 16-day Natural Wonders of the Philippines (https://bambootravel.co.uk/
This carefully crafted itinerary allows you to visit several of the Philippines amazing natural wonders, a number of which now appear on UNESCO's World Heritage List.
The journey starts in Palawan where you can sample tropical island life, see the 'Underground River', and get a feel for a destination that, in conservation terms, has been described as Philippines' 'last frontier'.
From Palawan, travel across to the Visayas, in the heart of the archipelago, to discover the 1268 'Chocolate Hills' on the island of Bohol. A truly memorable combination of stunning beaches and natural splendour.
The holiday – which is best enjoyed between January and May – costs from £3875 pp (two sharing a room). This includes international flights, all transportation, 13 nights' B&B (plus six lunches and four dinners), activities and a guide (for sightseeing trips).
For bookings call 020 7720 9285 or visit www.bambootravel.co.uk.
Mick Thompson, Travel Dog PR