The Philippines is a popular destination for holidaymakers all around the world because of its unique sense of cultural diversity. A holiday in the Philippines is so intriguing because of the remaining influence of Spanish colonialisation as well as the American occupation which makes this state in the Pacific Ocean distinct, especially since the country still retains a strong and unique native tradition.
Exclusive holidays to the Philippines
The Philippines comprise 7,107 islands but no one expects you to know them all by name; it suffices to know the three main divisions, namely Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. The capital is Manila but be aware if you want to visit the Araneta Coliseum where Muhammed Ali and Joe Frazier fought their third and final match, generally referred to as the Thrilla in Manila, because that event took place in Quezon City and not the capital.
Luxury holidays with Kenwood Travel
On your Filipino holidays you can experience sprawling rice fields, adventurous journeys in a jeepney and breathtaking volcanoes as well as busy urban centres or remote beaches. We at Kenwood Travel have the necessary experience and knowledge to tailor the holiday you deserve.
Holiday to the Philippines
Book now and take advantage of our wide range of luxury hotels in the Philippines, we deal directly with some of the most renowned names in the business, including:
- Dusit Thani, Manila
- El Nido Lagen Island Resort, El Nido
- Shangri-La, Boracay
- Eskaya Beach Resort, Cebu & Bohol
Holidays in the Philippines 2015 & 2016
Book your holiday to these islands in Southeast Asia for 2015 and 2016 early in order to avoid disappointment. The Philippines are a highly popular destination and whether you’re planning a family trip, an all-inclusive romantic holiday or want to escape by yourself, our friendly staff will make the necessary arrangements.
Philippines ToursThe Philippines is a richly inspiring country. Diverse and vibrant with ruggedly scenic uplands and paradisaical beaches, it makes for a memorable and rewarding holiday destination. Having undergone colonization by various countries over the years, including Spain in the 16th century (hence its name, derived from erstwhile ruler King Philip ll), it now possesses a proud, independent spirit that harks back to its traditional agricultural beginnings. Its story has also been one of various religious influences that have shaped a unique cultural legacy.
Today this can be glimpsed in the ancient temples and monuments to the faiths that have taken root in the country. There is much to say and annuls to be read about this beguiling landscape, but only one to way truly experience it. Take a tour. We’ve taken the liberty of handpicking some fantastic half-day and multi-night trips that will leave you spellbound. Take a look, and book today.
|Manila City Tours
Half Day Tour from £48 per person
This tour is the best way of taking in the massive wealth of historical, religious and geographical wonders of Manila in just a few hours.
|Cebu Heritage Day Tour
Half Day Tour from £51 per person
Visit the oldest city in the Philippines and learn about its rich cultural heritage with this short but action-packed half-day tour
|Fascinating Bohol Day Tour
Day excursion from £59 per person
Discover the island of Bohol, the majestic Chocolate Hills, and meet the world's smallest primate - the tarsier.
|Northern Roundtrip Tour
4 Nights from £839 per person
Embark in this comprehensive tour to Northern Philippines, which includes highlights such as the Banaue Rice Terraces, a Unesco World Heritage Area.
Holidays to Philippines
See which resorts offer Padi Scuba Diving courses & programs in the Philippines
Experience the popular Underground River tour departing from El Nido
Eat, drink, explore, shop and, eventually, sleep in the vibrant capital of the Philippines
Visit the Chocolate Hills & meet the world's smallest primate on a day tour to Bohol