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How to Travel the Philippines in 3 Weeks (Perfect Itinerary)

Are you wondering how to travel the Philippines in 3 weeks? Look no further! This comprehensive travel guide will take you on an incredible journey through Manila, Coron, El Nido, Puerto Princesa, Cebu, Bohol, and Boracay, ensuring you have the perfect itinerary to make the most of your time in this tropical paradise.

Join us as we explore the bustling city of Manila, where modern skyscrapers coexist with Spanish colonial architecture. Dive into the crystal-clear waters of Coron, known for its breathtaking shipwreck diving sites and stunning island landscapes. Experience the pristine beauty of El Nido, with its dramatic limestone cliffs and hidden lagoons. Immerse yourself in the natural wonders of Puerto Princesa, home to the enchanting Underground River, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Continue your adventure in Cebu, where you can swim with thousands of sardines. Discover the idyllic island of Bohol, famous for its Chocolate Hills and unique tarsier primates. Finally, indulge in the white sand beaches and vibrant nightlife of Boracay, known as one of the world’s top tropical destinations.

Throughout this video, I will provide you with insider tips, practical information, and recommendations for accommodations, transportation, and local experiences in each destination. You’ll learn the best times to visit, must-see attractions, and hidden gems that will make your trip to the Philippines truly unforgettable.

Whether you’re a solo traveler, a couple seeking a romantic getaway, or a group of friends looking for an epic adventure, this video has everything you need to plan your dream trip to the Philippines. Get ready to explore the rich culture, indulge in delicious cuisine, and soak up the natural beauty of this incredible archipelago.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to experience the best of the Philippines in just 3 weeks. Watch our video now and start planning your perfect itinerary today!

0:00 Welcome to the Philippines
0:50 Manila
1:34 Coron
4:21 El Nido
6:25 Puerto Princesa
7:38 Cebu
9:18 Bohol
11:57 Boracay
12:36 Manila
13:45 Travel vlogs

3 Weeks Itinerary:
Manila (1 night)
Coron (4 nights)
El Nido (3 nights)
Puerto Princesa (1 night)
Cebu (3 nights)
Bohol (4 nights)
Boracay (3 nights)
Manila (1 night)

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22 COMMENTS

  1. Thank you so much for this amazing guide! 🌴 I'm beyond excited to explore the Philippines and your itinerary has me itching to book my trip ASAP! Can't wait to experience all these incredible destinations firsthand. 🇵🇭✈

  2. Hey! I love this Video! I just have one question! What about food poisoning? I see that you eat all from the plates (which I read you should never use reusable plates there because they ccleanen it with th water which can give you food poisoning..? How was it for you, how did you experience it?

  3. 3 weeks!? Who are trying to trick. It’s huge, complex & sophisticated.
    It you think 3 weeks is appropriate, how about “doing” Britain ‘in a day’ or the USA ‘in a few hours’.
    Why oh why is this childlike nonsense allowed? It’s about the presenter not the destination!!!!!

  4. I spent 4 weeks in Philippines and would never go again. It has an amazing nature but you can never find peace around. You will always be disturbed by taxi drivers and other sellers severely. They call you “sir” but they have no respect. They will surround you at every turn. Some of them were trying to convince me to take taxi by taking my baggage from my hands to taxi! And when you get rough because of such reasons, you will reveal their true colors behind their smiling face. That was the first time I used the taxi without Uber-like app in Manila and I got threatened to pay 9 times more than normal price. I observed many times that women generally take picture or record before taking a taxi. Even their own people never feel safe. Even on the biggest streets, supermarkets hire security guards. I received electric shock in 3-star Agoda preferred hotel in Makati, the most luxury district in Manila. Hotels have no comfort in some touristic towns like El Nido, Panglao, Oslob etc. I mean, you may even not find water in faucet!. One of the most popular beach of Bohol, Alona Beach was in full of seaweed. How come they don’t clear such place?

    Long story short, it is not a good country if you are looking for to take mental rest in holiday. For the people who look for detective and mystery films-like adventure, this is the best option.

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