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c/o Yellow Bird Tours

Unit 8-F Avida Tower II, Felix Huertas Street, Sta. Cruz, Manila

Telephone No. +632-5016810 Fax No. +632-5016810 Email: yellowbird_nt@yahoo.com

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CHARMS OF OLD MANILA (approximately 6 hours)

(Guaranteed minimum of 2 full-paying persons) 

Net per person – PHP4,100.00 (with lunch)

Take a step back in time as you discover the “Charms of Old Manila”. The tour starts with a visit to historic Rizal Park, where the remains of our country’s national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal, lie within the cornerstone of Rizal Monument. Tour heads on to the old walled city of Intramuros built during the Spanish colonial period. The first stop is Fort Santiago which served as headquarters of the military might of the Spanish, American and Japanese colonizers until its destruction in 1945. Tour then proceeds past the San Agustin Church, the oldest structure in the country which dates back to 1571. The last stop is Casa Manila, a reconstructed 19th century mansion replete with 16th to 19th century furniture and furnishings.

 

Package inclusions:

  • Services of a licensed English-speaking guide

  • All applicable shrine/museum fees

  • Lunch at Barbara’s (includes one round of drink)

  • Handling fee of Yellow Bird Tours

 

Not included:

  • Gratuities for the local guide and driver

  • Other incidental expenses that might be incurred by the guest/s for the duration of the tour

 

Contact:

Ms. Nadja A. Trinchera  Mobile No. (+63) 928-505-3736)

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NEW MANILA TOUR (approximately 6 hours)

(Guaranteed minimum of 2 full-paying persons) 

Net per person – PHP4,100.00 (with lunch)

The other half of Manila is a modern metropolis which is gaining more importance as a major artery in the financial life stream of the country. The first stop is the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex, a reclaimed land situated along Roxas Boulevard, reminiscent of the glorious years of the Marcoses. The drive through the complex starts with a glance of the fountain adorned Cultural Center of the Philippines, the country’s seat of cultural awareness. Then move on to the Philippine International Convention Center and Folk Arts Theater which are favorite venues for both local and international events, concerts and performances. Adjacent to the structures are the Coconut Palace, a building made mostly of coconut materials and Sofitel Philippine Plaza, a deluxe hotel which gives a magnificent view of the Manila Bay. Tour then proceeds to the financial and commercial center of Makati. Visit the famous Ayala Museum. Forming the core of the museum’s historical collections are sixty handcrafted dioramas that chronicle the rich tapestry of Philippine history. It also features a one-of-a-kind boat gallery showcasing miniatures of some of the watercrafts that contributed to the development of Philippine maritime trade and colonial economy. Archaeological and ethnographic objects from the country’s northern and southern communities complement the historical collection. The fine arts collection features important works by three painters considered pioneers in Philippine art – Juan Luna (1857-1899), Fernando Amorsolo (1882-1972) and Fernando Zobel (1924- 1984). The last stop is the American Memorial Cemetery, the largest and most beautiful outside continental U.S. The return trip takes you down Roxas Boulevard by the fabled Manila Bay.

 

Package inclusions:

  • All applicable shrine/museum fees

  • Lunch at a local restaurant (includes one round of drink)

  • Services of a licensed English-speaking guide

 

Not included:

  • Gratuities for the local guide and driver

  • Other incidental expenses that might be incurred by the guest/s for the duration of the tour

 

Contact:

Ms. Nadja A. Trinchera  Mobile No. (+63) 928-505-3736)

INVIGORATING TAGAYTAY (approximately 9 hours)

(Guaranteed minimum of 2 full-paying persons) 

Net per person – PHP5,800.00 (with lunch)

Your scenic 1-hour and 30-minute drive to Tagaytay will take you through the countryside passing through coastal villages, rice fields, fruit orchards and coconut plantations. Move on to Taal Vista Hotel where you can view the smallest known volcano in the world, the Taal Volcano. The volcano must be seen to be believed but is best described as a volcano within a lake within a larger volcano. After lunch at Taal Vista Hotel, enjoy some free time to take in Tagaytay’s natural beautiful views, dramatic terrain and cool mountain climate. Tour also includes viewing of Bamboo Organ and a visit to a jeepney factory.

Package inclusions:

·       Services of a licensed English-speaking guide

·       Lunch at Taal Vista Hotel (includes one round of drink) 

·       Visit to St. Joseph Parish (viewing of Bamboo Organ)

·       Visit to a jeepney factory

 

Not included:

·       Gratuities for the local guide and driver

·       Other incidental expenses that might be incurred by the guest/s for the duration of the tour

 

Contact:

Ms. Nadja A. Trinchera  Mobile No. (+63) 928-505-3736)

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