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SITA World Tours offers tour programs highlighting the best of the Philippines. The Manila & Boracay Sojourn program mixes the history and cosmopolitan energy of Manila with one of the world’s most beautiful beaches on Boracay Island. The Manila, Cebu & Bohol Interlude program combines Manila with the beauty and natural splendor of Bohol, an island of magnificent beaches and chic resorts.

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A tropical paradise, the Philippines comprises 7,641 islands and is home to the world’s most beautiful beaches with crystal clear waters, fine white sand and palm fringed shores.

Traveling to the Philippines revitalizes the mind, body and soul. The archipelago is a region of inner peace, enchantment and wellbeing. The Philippines enchants its visitors with vast and beautiful island scenery that spreads in all directions of sight, touching the sky on the horizon.

There is no typical local cuisine that dominates the islands’ gastronomy. The Philippines offers a variety of first-class and world-class restaurants that please the palate with gourmet specialties and authentic Filipino cuisine.

With the greatest variety of marine species in the world, divers in the Philippines plunge into a multi-faceted underwater paradise of spectacular drip-offs, deep dives, underwater caves, wrecks and more. The Philippines offers a fascinating mixture of landscapes: gigantic land paddies, impressive stalactites and stalagmites, spectacular limestone karst settings, large underground chambers and tunnels, exotic beaches, beautiful coral reefs and green forests.

Filipinos are gregarious and hospitable. Friends and strangers are greeted with a warm smile. The pride of Filipinos and enthusiasm to share their culture with visitors, along with their gracious welcome, make this country shine as a top destination in Asia.

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