|Best travel time||NOVEMBER TO APRIL|
|Ideal Length||9 DAYS|
|Flight time||2HRS FROM HONG KONG
4HRS 30MINS FROM BEIJING
3HRS 30MINS FROM SHANGHAI
|Asia Miles||20,000 MILES FOR RETURN TICKET|
Chinese nationals (PROC) coming for tourism purposes and with any alid *Australian, Japanese, Canadian, US or Schengen visa do not need a Philippine visa for a stay not exceeding seven (7) days provided (I) they possess a return or onward airline ticket, (II) passport should be valid at least six (6) months beyond the intended period of stay. Chinese nationals not in possession of such valid visa must apply at any Philippine Embassy / Consulate a temporary visitor's visa. Consulate General of the Philippines
We adore the collection of islands rich in wildlife, volcanoes, tropical rainforests and beaches which make up the Philippines, and have spent weeks indefatigably researching for the best little bits for you to experience (it was a tough task. Honest!). When it comes to remote private islands, we’re pretty sure we have found the one. The serene Palawan is famed for luxury beach resort and a cluster of natural thatched casitas overlooking the clear Sulu sea. Only accessible by private aircraft, this is a real gem for athoroughly indulgent private island experience. And you will love it. Imagine natural yet luxurious spacious rooms, a spa to compete with the world’s best all sat in the centre of empty white sand beaches, coral reefs and groves perfect for picnicking. Feels familiar? Yes! This is where Agent Aaron Cross and his lover sailed to freedom in the finale of The Bourne Legacy!
If you’re a water-lover, try your hand at cruising, windsurfing and scuba diving the surrounding coral reef, or for a more relaxing experience, the island also offers unbelievable star gazing, fish feeding and simple walks along the sand or through the jungle interior.
Inspired? Contact us now and start planning your epic Philippines holiday!