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Sorsogon is not just a province or city that I can call, it’s my HOME.

To give you an idea, SORSOGON is a province in the Philippines located in Bicol Region (Region V). It has 14 small towns, 1 city, and 541 barangays. The people of Sorsogon are called Sorsogueños. The spoken languages are Bicol, Tagalog, Sorsoganon, and English.

There are hundreds of reasons why I love Sorsogon and as I share the Top 10 of it, I hope you’ll experience the joy and excitement that this district offers.



An area in Matnog Sorsogon where fishes and other marine life are breeds, protected and sheltered. This was previously featured on my post for Subic Beach Matnog SorsogonI was lucky enough to feed the fishes and see how well the people manage the sanctuary. The local government has a good system, thus it promotes the protection and diversity of marine life, elevates tourism, and helps improve the livelihood of the local community.

Budget Travel Guide: Anawangin, Capones Island and Pundaquit Beach


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If you want to experience a place surrounded by a tropical rain forest, you have to visit Bulusan Lake.

Bulusan Lake is located on Luzon Island in the Philippines. It will take 16 hours of travel from Manila to Bulusan if you do it by land, however, if you do it by plane, it will only be 3-4 hours. What’s good about visiting Bulusan is the experience and tranquillity you will get. It is a suitable place for recollection and self-reflection as you can feel the serene and natural beauty of the lake and the forest. The lush growth of trees and plants, beehives, birds, mammals, fishes and other marine life are the things to look forward in this lake.

Some of the various activities that you can try in this place are boat riding, kayaking, and hiking. There’s an Eco trail for trekking if you’re looking for adventure and if you prefer hiking and climbing. It will take an hour to finish the trek, and some prefer this activity to fully enjoy the surroundings. It is also a different experience when you try boat riding or kayaking in the mystical lake of Bulusan as the green water and healthy green plants add magic to this place. You can chill and listen to the birds chirping and inhale the freshness of the air.

Travel Guide: Subic Beach Matnog Sorsogon


Image Source: Nash Dewatch

How can I forget the first jump I ever did in my life? I was part of girl scout club way back in high-school, though many of my classmates are afraid to try it, and even if I don’t know how to swim, I still jump and trust that the facilitator will take care of me once I’m in the water. It is indeed a scary feeling yet the thrill and excitement helped me not to resist from jumping.

If you want to visit this site, you can go to Bacon Sorsogon. Paguriran is like a large pool naturally made by nature and surrounded by rocks and plants. It may be a bit far from the city but it’s worth visiting.

What’s making this island special and unusual from other islands is the lagoon. It has green emerald shallow water favourable for children and nonswimmers. You can rent a cottage and bring your own food. No corkage fees and entrance fees are very affordable for everyone.

Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar



Also known as “rompeolas” is one of my favourite spots in the province. This is the place where I run every morning, the place where I hang out with my childhood friends and classmates, the place where I eat street foods and drink with friends during the October festival (Kasanggayahan Festival). You can rent a kayak and enjoy watching the sun goes down below its horizon.

Sorsogon bay walk is located in the city of Sorsogon. You can rent a tricycle or just walk from the city proper going to the bay walk. It will only take you 10 -15 minutes walk.

Travel Guide: First Time in Hong Kong


Image Source: Rizal Beach Resort

Rizal Beach is one of the unspoiled beaches in the province of Sorsogon. It’s just 30-45 minutes away from the city proper of Sorsogon. It is memorable to me as my late father takes our whole family to this place every summer and every time we need “Vitamin Sea”. It has a powder white sand and a long stretch of shore. I love night swimming with my siblings and sometimes with my childhood friends. We lie down on the shore, watch the moon and do star-gazing.

Cottages and hotels are very affordable in this place.

Feel free to contact Rizal Beach Resort at 639174188233/09228831032 or rbresort@yahoo.com and look for Grace or check their website http://rizalbeachresort.ezweb123.com/ 

Mt. Daraitan + Tinipak River Dayhike

6. SORSOGON CHURCH (Sts. Peter and Paul Cathedral)


The Diocese of Sorsogon which is founded in 1968 is a highlight of the city. It is a significant place for Catholics to pray and worship. One can simply fall in love with the structural designs and the glass windows inside the church. When the typhoon hit Sorsogon a few years ago, the church was totally ruined. The people of Sorsogon were saddened with what happened, and they gave contributions during the mass for the renovation of the church. Some engineer and architect offered their services for free as what I’ve heard, and after few years, the church was fully renovated.

Trip to Mount Samat Shrine


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I have visited this place twice when I was just a young little girl. I can still remember the beaches and coves which made Sta. Magdalena famous to Bicolanos. It may be not known and popular to some people outside the Bicol region but it’s a must visit place for those who loves beach and coves. Also, favorable for people who wants some quiet and peaceful provincial vacation.

Sta. Magdalena is located in the southernmost tips of Luzon and it’s a fifth class municipality in the province of Sorsogon.

Olango Beach, Villa Veronica, Balading, Talaonganan Beach, Liang are top places to visit in Sta. Magdalena

Why should you go to Bataan Tourism Center?



Who wouldn’t love to swim in blue crystal clear water?

The Subic white beach is now one of the top tourist destinations in the Philippines. Its white sand, clean water, and good location away from the noise of the city give chance the tourists to enjoy its quiet and still atmosphere.

You can pitch a tent, rent a cottage, and book your desired resorts. Also, island hopping, fish feeding, snorkelling, banana boat, diving, Jet Ski are available in this place.

Boracay: Nostalgia Moments


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If you love surfing and enjoy the waves, Lola Sayong is the right place for you. This place is now popular to surfer fans and tourists from the other parts of the world. The friendly locals, amazing view, clean beach, and an accessible location are the things to look forward in this place.

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Donsol is famous not only because of the Bicolano delicacies but because of “BUTANDING” or whale shark which made it a world- class tourist destination. It is now known as the “Whale Shark Capital of the World.

 If you want an encounter with the amazing and friendly whale sharks, you have to visit the place from December-May, as this is the best months to see the whale sharks.You can stay at Amor Farm Beach Resort and Woodland Beach resort, these are the popular hotels in Donsol. Night firefly tour and shrimp catching are also some of the activities you can try other than diving and snorkeling.

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You can reach Sorsogon by land transport from Manila. You can ride a bus (Alps, DLTB, Elavil, etc) and it will take you 12 – 15 hours depending on the traffic.

If you hate long hours of travel, you can book a flight from Manila to Legazpi, it will be a 45-minute flight (Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific, AirAsia). From the Legazpi City Airport, you can ride a UV Express van or bus going to Sorsogon City, taking 60-90 minutes of travel.

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Budget Travel Guide: Anawangin, Capones Island and Pundaquit Beach

Zambales brought me into its hidden paradise. No doubt why people visit this one amazing province in Central Luzon. If you want to see more of this breathtaking site, check out my the previous post about Anawangin, Capones Island and Pundaquit Beach.


View from the Summit of Anawangin:)

Before you start your trip to Zambales, see first the guide, activities, tips and suggested itinerary below:

Related Article: Travel Guide: Pinto Art Museum


Surfing, Island Hopping, Trekking, Snorkeling, Diving, Swimming, Skimboarding, etc…


  • Since there’s no electricity, bring flashlights and power bank. No mobile networks and signals in Anawangin cove. You may get a network in Capones Island but might still be a poor connection.
  • Bring sunblock to protect your skin
  • Bring mosquitoes repellent
  • Bring ropes – you’ll use it for hanging your wet clothes
  • Bring cameras, blanket, pillow, zip lock bag, toiletries, and goggles.
  • Opener, knife (for opening cans, bottles)
  • Bring food and water if staying overnight. Stores are available, however, it’s pricey. (Note that our tour operator provided food and water for us).

Related Article: Travel Guide: Subic Beach Matnog Sorsogon



From Manila- Zambales

Ride a Victory Liner bus going to Iba, Zambales, and ask the driver to drop you off to San Antonio. From there you can ride a tricycle going to Pundaquit (P60.00). Rent a boat going to Anawangin or Nagsasa Cove. Boat rates range from P1,000.00 to P1,500.00 depending on how many islands you want to visit.

Related Article: Travel Guide: First Time in Hong Kong

You may also opt to avail tour packages, like what we did.  We get the package from BOOK WITH US PROMO:

Package inclusions: (P1,499.00 – 2D1N Anawangin Joiner Tour)

✪ Roundtrip Van Transfers (Manila-Zambales-Manila)
✪ Round trip Big Boat Transfers with Life Vests
✪ Woods for Bonfire
✪ Cooking Wares
✪ Drinking Water
✪ Charcoal
✪ Iced tubes with Cooler
✪ Sidetrip in Capones Island
✪ Sight-seeing Camara Island
✪ Private Tents (2-3 pax)
✪ Entrance fees
✪ Shower Area
✪ Parking fee
✪ Drivers food
✪ Toll Fees and Gas
✪ Trekking to hilltop

Additional P300.00/person for the meals (Optional)
Day 1
Lunch: Chicken adobo and Buttered Veggies
Dinner: Sinigang na Isda and Inihaw na Liempo
Day 2
Breakfast: Hotsilog and Coffee


DAY 1:
2:30AM – Assembly Time at MCDO MRT QUEZON AVENUE
3:00AM – Departure
6:00AM – ETA at San Antonio, Zambales Public Market
7:00AM – Meet our tour coordinator in Zambales
7:30AM – Boat transfer to Capones Island
8:30AM – Departure from Capones to Anawangin/Nagsasa Cove
9:00AM – ETA at Anawangin Cove
12:00PM – Lunch Time
1:00PM – Trekking to Hilltop (15 mins)
7:00PM – Dinner Time

DAY 2:
7:00AM – Breakfast Time
9:00AM – Departure from Anawangin/Nagsasa Cove to Pundaquit Beach
11:00AM – Departure from Zambales to Manila
3:00PM – ETA in Manila (McDo MRT Q.Ave)
Note: Itinerary may change depending on the weather condition.
For more info visit or call BOOK WITH US PROMO:
Reservation Landline numbers
(02) 501-2199
(02) 738-1522
Reservation Mobile numbers
Email at: bookwithustravelandtours@gmail.com
Their office is located at Unit4A 2F Kaminari Bldg., Banawe St. Quezon City 1114
Mon – Sat 9:00am to 6:00pm


Anawangin, Capones Island and Pundaquit Beach

I and my siblings decided to go to Zambales for two days and one night. We picked Zambales not only because it’s convenient but because it offers a lot of activities and adventures besides its well-known beaches. It is located in the Central Luzon region of the Philippines, and it only takes 3-4 hours to get there.

We arrived in Zambales around 6:30AM, and we went straight to the tour organizer ‘s house at Barangay Pundaquit which is the jump-off point going to Anawangin and Capones Island.
After the briefing, we went to (Pundakit) Pundaquit beach where the boats are located. This is our first stop and you may opt to swim and stay here if you want.


Read More: Travel Guide: Pinto Art Museum

Since there are a lot of people, we didn’t follow our itinerary and decided to go to Anawangin Cove instead. On our way to Anawangin, we saw the amazing rocky mountain surrounding the sea and it’s nice to see a stunning place like this few hours away from the busy city of Metro Manila.

When we reached the cove, we’re struck by the white sand, the clear and emerald-green water of Anawangin. One will definitely enjoy it.


Read More: Travel Guide: Subic Beach Matnog Sorsogon

We settled and waited for the tour organizer’s provided tent. We had lunch and our delicious food was provided  by the travel agency. If you did not avail any tour package, you need to bring your own food.

At the Anawangin campsite 🙂

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Due to very hot weather, we did the trekking around 4:30PM. The trek was steep, so everyone should be careful. It was a short trek (less than 30 minutes) going to the summit of Anawangin. One may get tired  and stress from climbing but once you see the view and sunset from the summit, all the stress and exhaustion you have will eventually disappear.


Read More:Why you should go to Bataan Tourism Center?

Who would think that this most visited cove, surrounded by pine trees and a rocky mountain was formed after the Mt. Pinatubo eruption a few years ago?

After the trekking, we decided to swim and enjoy the sunset. We had bonfire during the night and had another delicious dinner c/o Book With US.

Stunning sunset was taken at Anawangin’s summit 🙂

We left Anawangin cove around eight o’clock in the morning. We went to Capones Island which is 30 minutes away from Anawangin Cove. You may choose between Capones Light House or the island. Since we are on this group tour, we all decided to go to Capones Island. If you want to visit both, you need to pay extra or rent a boat for a private tour.


Read More: Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar

Capones island is an island with a man’s face figure on its side. It has nice blue-green water, white sand and it’s a good site for those who love snorkeling. Just bring your own snorkeling masks.

For suggested itineraries and travel guides, click the link below:

Budget Travel Guide: Anawangin, Capones Island and Pundaquit Beach


Travel Guide: Subic Beach Matnog Sorsogon

Subic Beach is one of the places that I always love to go back. I was 10 years old when I first visited this place and though very young, I have never forgotten it. Subic beach is found at Calintaan Island of Matnog Sorsogon. Matnog is a third class municipality of Sorsogon, which is part of Bicol Region. It is actually my second home as this is the place of my father and grandparents.

Last March 27, I went to Subic beach with my best friend and her workmates. I was really excited for this trip as I wanted to see the changes of this place after 18 years. We left Sorsogon around 9:00AM and arrived at Matnog’s port past 10:00 in the morning. We had several stops over as we bought some snacks and other stuff. We proceed to the tourism office and paid 70.00 pesos each ( Php 50.00 entrance fee + Php 20.00 environmental fee). We were given a guide and he lead us where the boat is located. Note that we charter a small boat for island hopping and transfer going to the Subic beach. Tour rate varies if it’s a day tour or overnight stays. In our case, we paid Php 2000.00 because we stayed overnight on the island.


1st stop: Tikling Island

Tikling Island

Also read: Travel Guide: First Time in Hong Kong

We stayed for few minutes here to take some photos and roam around this spot. You can see a store here where you can buy cold juices and snacks. Some people are camping, having picnics on the shaded area and some are swimming.

2nd stop: Juag Fish Sanctuary

Juag fish sanctuary is one of the highlights of this tour. You will be astonished by the aggressive milk fish and big size lapu-lapu (grouper). Our very kind kuya the boatman is feeding the fishes while I’m busy taking photos and videos 🙂 I paid Php 100.00 for the fish food. 

Also read: Trip to Mount Samat Shrine

3rd stop: At the Cave


I’m not sure of the exact name of this cave but they said it’s called the “Calintaan Cave“. Correct me if I’m wrong guys 🙂

After the tour, we proceed to Subic beach. We stayed at Holy Trinity beach resort and I would definitely recommend this place. They have air conditioned rooms, cottages,pool, stores and complete utensils for visitors who want to cook and grill. You can also pay the staff for Php 150.oo to cook for your rice and preferred dish (you can buy rice, fresh meat and fish in the market of Matnog’s port).

Also read:Why you should go to Bataan Tourism Center?


Swimming, diving, snorkeling.  You can also rent a banana boat, kayak and jet ski.
Feed fishes on Juag Fish Sanctuary.

Also read:Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar


Holy Trinity Beach Resort
Contact: Ruel 0915-5275-230

Single Bed (2 persons) P3500.00
Double Bed (4 persons) P5500.00
Native/Kubo Style (Room 1-2 for 4 persons) P3300.00
Native/Kubo Style (Room 3-4 for 2 persons) P2300.00
Family Room( 10 persons) P7300.00
Extra Bed P300.00
Jet Ski P4000.00 (1 hour)
Kayak P200.00 (1 hour)
Banana Boat P2000.00 (15 minutes)
Banana Boat P250.00 per head/8 persons

*Food not included


By Air:  You can get a flight from Manila to Legazpi via PAL(Philippine Airlines), Cebu Pacific and Air Asia. At Legazpi airport, you can ride a tricycle going to the terminal for van or bus going to Sorsogon. When you reach Sorsogon city, take a tricycle going to the terminal of Matnog (take a bus, van, jeep).

By Land:If you prefer to travel by land, you can take a bus bound for Sorsogon at Pasay or Cubao Terminal. Buses are (DLTB, Alps, Amihan, Elavil.. etc..). Note that the travel time is 12 hours going to Sorsogon.

If you’re in Sorsogon, you can go directly to the terminal. Just instruct the tricycle driver to take you to Matnog’s terminal. You can ride a van,  jeep or a bus. Travel time from Sorsogon to Matnog is 3-4 hours.


Travel Guide: First Time in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is simply an extraordinary place to visit. In this city, one may enjoy the modern and ancient life without leaving the city. It has several attractions which include; shops, museums, parks, beach, island and temples.


When I visited Hong Kong for the first time, I made sure that I’m ready. Being ready physically, emotionally and financially to do everything that I desire to do is important. Luckily, it’s not my first time to go out of the country and I already got a visa stamp on my passport, and that made easier for me to pass the immigration unlike my friend who is a first-timer. She was interrogated for twenty minutes by the immigration officer and asking about a lot of documents. We are worried about her but grateful that in the end she was able to join our trip.

Just to avoid the hassle in the immigration (especially for first timers), you may opt to bring the following:

● passport
● valid Id’s
● COE (certificate of employment)
● round-trip tickets
● hotel voucher
● travel itinerary

(Note: The Government of Hong Kong allows citizens of specific countries/territories to travel to Hong Kong for tourism or certain business-related activities for periods ranging from 7 to 180 days without having to obtain a visa.) Reference: Hong Kong

First time in Hong Kong?  You can use the suggested 5 days itinerary below:


Day 1
AM: Arrival in Hong Kong International Airport
PM: Check-in at hotel usually starts at 1:30- 2:00 PM but you can leave your luggage at the hotel if you came early so you can start roaming around the city. I booked my hotel on Tsim Sha Tsui area as there are a lot of free attractions nearby. In the evening, one can enjoy the Symphony of lights and it usually starts at 8:00 PM and lasts 14 minutes.

Clock tower
Avenue of the stars

Symphony of lights
Harbor Square

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How to get there?
MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station, Exit J. Follow the signs and walk around 5 minutes. You can also go to Exit E, walk towards Salisbury Road, then turn right and take the subway (pedestrian tunnel) located next to the YMCA to the Hong Kong Cultural Center. Turn right again and walk straight ahead towards the waterfront.

Day  2
AM: You can leave your hotel around 7:30 AM to have breakfast and go to Lantau Island before 9:00 AM. What to see?

Ngong Ping 360 (cable car)
Big Buddha
Souvenir Shops


How to get there?
MTR Tung Chung Station, Exit B. Walk for approximately five minutes to the Tung Chung Cable Car Terminal.

PM: It’s a must to go to the peak of Hong Kong to see this stunning city. Experience the thrill when riding the train going up the peak.

The Peak
Madame Taussaud (wax museum)

How to get there?
Walk from the MTR Central Station, Exit J2 and travel by Peak Tram from the Peak Tram Lower Terminus on Garden Road.

After dinner, you can go around “Mongkok” where the Ladies Market is located. Enjoy shopping sprees as this is the right place where you can find stuff at affordable prices.

How to get there?
MTR Mong Kok Station, Exit E2. Walk along Nelson Street for two blocks.

Day 3
Whole Day: This theme park is one of my favorite sites in Hong Kong. An adult park where one can enjoy the thrill of the rides and appreciate the animals that is rare to see in one’s county, such as; dolphins, sharks, panda, penguins, Kuala, and a lot more.

Ocean Park



How to get there?
Bus 629 from MTR Admiralty Station Exit B, and alight at the park.

Day 4
Whole Day: One of the reasons why I want to visit this country is to see Disneyland. Everyone wants to see the magical castle, all Disney’s characters, experience the rides and witness the spectacular show and fireworks. It’s nice to feel young and be like kids who enjoy the thrill and adventures.



How to get there?
MTR Disneyland Resort Station.

Day 5
AM: If your flight is late in the afternoon, you can visit Hong Kong’s temple. I love being in this site as I’d like to see the rich Chinese culture and tradition of this city.

Siksik Yuen Wong Tai  Sin Temple


How to get there?
MTR Wong Tai Sin Station, Exit B2, walk for about 3 minutes.

Note that the most efficient way to explore the city is by subway system (MTR). It’s a must to buy Octopus Card on MTR Stations, as it is accepted on most public transport and many retailers. Directions stated above are taken directly from the map and handbook I got from Hong Kong.

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Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar

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Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is one of the most awe-inspiring and absorbing historical sites that I’ve been. Not only because it’s superb but also it gave us an educational experience. The tour guides are outstanding and they provided us the backstory of every house built in this park. Our tour guide was so great that we’re hooked by his stories and we’re so thrilled to enter the house he’s referring.

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Casa Candaba
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Casa Jaen I

We went to Las Casas after our Mount Samat trip and both  of these sites are in Bataan. Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is located in Barangay Pag-Asa, Bagac Bataan (Central Luzon, Philippines). In 2003, Jose Acuzar started rebuilding the Spanish mansions in Bagac. The houses are bought from different parts of the Philippines. Each house has a different background, culture, and architectural designs. Stone houses were uprooted from their original location, transplanted to Bagac Bataan and were reassembled and restored. The park is 400 hectares and it features 27 Spanish Colonial buildings and stone houses. The missing part of the houses were replicated to look like the original structure and it was opened to the public in 2010. The heritage park has museums and gallery where you can see old items and arts from the past. Also, it has a restaurant where you can choose from a variety of authentic Filipino-Hispanic cuisine, a calesa where you can ride, a beach, function rooms and a swimming pool. According to our tour guide, they plan to build 40 heritage houses, so it would be a great idea to come back every five years to see the new houses they built.

Also read: 2016 Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta

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Sanctuario de San Jose

All the photos we took are Instagram-worthy photos and the place, houses and corners are absolutely stunning. The heritage park is great for  prenup and pictorial. We even saw some models during our visit who wore nice outfits that match the beauty of the park.

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Casa San Miguel & Casa Byzantina
Casa Jaen II
Casa Jaen II

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Paseo de Escolta
Paseo de Escolta

Out of 27 heritage houses, Casa Luna (Luna House or the Novicio/Santoromana House) is my favorite. The mansion was owned by Novicio family in Namacpacan (now Luna town) in La Union. It was constructed in 1850 and reconstructed in 2007. The town was named to honor its revolutionary heroes and Luna brothers Antonio, the general and Juan Luna, the painter.

Also read: Why you should go to Bataan Tourism Center?

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Casa Luna


  • Wear comfortable yet fashion-forward clothes
  • Bring a nice camera/phone
  • Bring extra clothes and swimwear
  • Wear flat sandals, slippers, and comfortable shoes
    Note (You will be asked to remove your shoes once you enter the house)

Also read: Trip to Mount Samat Shrine

Favorite moments at Las Casas with my college buddies 🙂



ITINERARY:(Hot Air Balloon- Mt. Samat-Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar)

0230 – ETD Manila
0230 – ETD Manila
0400 – ETA Clark Air Field
0700 – ETD Clark Air Field
0800 – Breakfast, Balanga
0900 – ETA Mount Samaat National Shrine
1030 – ETA Mount Samaat National Shrine
1100 – ETA Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar
1600 – ETD Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar
1900 – ETA Manila


The day tour we got from Kuya Harry only cost Php 2000.00 inclusive of transportation and guide. (Food not included)
(Food not included)
You may contact our tour coordinator Harry Asuncion Balais
Mobile no: 0917-6274-945


Note: If you’re not planning to stay overnight, you can also avail the Heritage Day Tour of  Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar. They also provide a shuttle service from two pick-up points in Manila.

Below information are available on their website http://www.lascasasfilipinas.com.

Pick-up Point at New World, Makati

ETD from New World – 7:00am
ETA back at New World – 8:30pm

Pick-up Point at Astoria Plaza, Pasig City
ETD from Astoria Plaza – 7:35am
ETA back at Astoria Plaza: 8:30pm

ETA at Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar – 10:45am
ETD from Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar – 3:50pm

The Guided Walking heritage tours schedule which is at 8:30AM-4:30PM (Every hour except lunch time).
Guided Workshop Tour: 3:00PM
NO need to reserve. Just join your choice of time.