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Half Day City Tour
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Experience the diversity that makes Manila a unique destination. 

Stops include Baluarte de San Diego (16th century stone fortification), Fort Santiago, San Agustin Church (inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage list), and Casa Manila.

Cap the day with a refreshing glass of halo-halo and shopping at Silahis Arts and Crafts.
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Whole Day Tours

Corregidor
(US$138.00 per person, minimum of 2 persons)

The island fortress of Corregidor is a one-hour ferry ride west of Manila. 

“The Rock”, as it was called during World War II, was the last Filipino-American bastion to fall to the Japanese Imperial Army. 

Enjoy a guided visit to the island’s many historical landmarks and cannon platforms.
   

Tagaytay
(US$190.00 per person, minimum of 2 persons)

Tagaytay Ridge at 1,250 feet above sea level offers a magnificent view of Taal Lake and its active island volcano, considered one of the lowest volcanoes in the world. 

It has a peak elevation of only 311 meters and a puny 23 square kilometer area. 

However, its eruptions in the past were deadly.
   

Mount Pinatubo (US$287.00 per person, minimum of 2 persons)

The 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo created a landscape of expansive lahar formations, rocky ​streams and craggy peaks. 

A two-hour trek rewards one with  the postcard-perfect beauty of the crater lake.
Island Tours (3 days, 2 nights)

Banaue-Sagada

Bohol

Ilocos

Boracay

Cebu

Palawan

Delegates and accompanying persons who wish to avail of the  Whole Day and Island tours should contact the conference’s official Tour Operator for reservations at:

Annset Holidays, Inc.
Unit 206, The Manila Residences Tower II
2310 Taft Avenue, Malate
Manila, Philippines
Phone          :    (632) 351.4101
E-mail          :    [email protected]
Attention    :    Ms. Brenda B. Consul
                          Director of Sales and Marketing
   

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