The trip to Phillippines was part of my annual offsite from office. The team had planned a 7-day trip to the island country in South-East Asia covering all the major tourist attractions and a fair bit of team outing.
Made up of thousands of islands, not all of which are habitable, Phillippines has its share of history, beaches, nature trails, lakes and rivers, customs. Our itinerary included day-trip from Manilla to see the famous Cavinti Falls, the Taal lake with the smallest active volcano in the world, and a hop-over to Cebu.
The best time to visit Phillippines is during the winter months spanning November to Feb-March. May to October, being typically the rainy months, April-May can get hot and humid. We went in the first week of April and came back crazy tanned!
Here’s a round up of all that i saw and ate in Phillippines — Click on the links below to read the stories and recommendations: