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Despite the pandemics throwing challenges to the international tourism sector, our tour operator successfully renewed its annual social responsibility campaign: 4 full annual scholarships were given to 4 Filipino college students!

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Our official logo recently underwent a transformation. After 7 years of operations, we thought that a refreshing new take on our company’s symbol of representation would perhaps be a good idea. After some brainstorming and research, taking inspirations and fuelling our imaginations, we are pleased to present to you our new logo.


Sometimes you really need to take at least a bit of a look at the past to fully grasp the current shape of a place! That's what happened when we visited the small "Moro Watchtower" of Camiguin. This tiny Filipino island is a natural raw beauty, though it also has an interesting history!

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2020 has shocked the world  in unexpected ways. Travel enthusiasts can only wait, dreaming of future trips. Yet this waiting time can also be transformed into a time of reflection,on how we can improve with the “new” world that’s waiting for us after the Covid-19 Pandemics. Fresh scenarios are going to open up to us!

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We can say that we know more than a bit about the Philippines, thus we selected for you some of those we think are the most representative destinations in terms of romanticism. We included some world-famous destinations and also some less-known places deserving more attention.

Smokey Mountain Foundation

After the success of the 2019's edition, we decided to renew this campaign for 2020: for each traveller who will book a tour with us between February 1, 2020 and January 31, 2021, 5 € will be committed into a fund to raise a scholarship!

Pinaglabanan San Juan

A personal stroll around San Juan Del Monte (Metro Manila) to observe its parks, retail establishments, mini-shops, convenience stores, old houses and modern buildings. With a glimpse of nice museums and landmarks of a glorious past!

Manggyan Village

The Iraya-Mangyans are one of the 8 indigenous groups of Oriental Mindoro (Philippines) who are known for their skill of nito-weaving, a unique art that celebrates their tradition and culture. 


Truly all of us want to get the most out of our money especially in traveling, but you must also know when and where to save.


With its clear waters, towering cliffs, lush forests, and rich coral reefs, Palawan is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.


It has never been this easy to help the needy of the Philippines. By supporting their opportunities to study and work, a lot can be done. 


Enjoy the comforts of being a "well-taken care off" guest while going around the beautiful shores and heights of the Philippines. 


People are apprehensive to travel way past their "prime". This post shows you why travelling in your 50s can still be fun!


Interestingly, the Philippines has its own form of martial arts that can be traced way back to the precolonial times.

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Sandbars truly are among the most beautiful things you will see in the Philippines. Interestingly, they submerge during high tides and become visible during low tides.


Let's get to know the Philippines through some glamorous lenses. 10 Filipino celebrities chosen to represent the country!