Looking for a beach getaway like no other? Why not consider a holiday in the Philippines? With over 7000 separate islands, this southeast Asian country stretches out across the South China Sea, soaking up more than its fair share of sun, sea and sand. But a holiday in the Philippines can be more than just beaches – take a trip inland to discover some of the world’s most extensive rice terraces, enjoy some of the freshest seafood you’re ever likely to taste, or explore towns that are decorated with unique Spanish-Filipino colonial architecture. 

 

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Top reviews on Philippines holidays

The Philippines are still relatively undiscovered when it comes to mass tourism. So we’ll forgive you for not just taking our word for it when we say you need to get there. Instead, have a read through our traveller reviews below to find out what it’s really like to enjoy a Philippines holiday with Intrepid Travel.

South Morocco Discovery, February 2017

Michael Ginsberg

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Carol Lawrence

Costa Rica Experience, January 2017

Cara Pagnucco

Sacred Land of the Incas, January 2017

David Ellinghaus

Best of Cuba Reverse, January 2017

Hal Dotson

Hola Cuba - People to People for US citizens, February 2017

Betssy Terrones

Explore Northern Thailand, January 2017

Katie Helprin

Vietnam Express Northbound, February 2017

Marie Claire Sheir

Classic Rajasthan, December 2016

Kaitlyn Tyszkiewicz

Real Food Adventure - Sri Lanka , February 2017

Bailey Lowenthal

Discover Lombok, January 2017

Clare Armstrong

Kruger Experience - Lodge (5 days), February 2017

Kyle Martin

 

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