Dakak Park and Beach Resort boasts of a natural reservoir for native plants and animals, a 750-meter private white-sand beach plus unforgettable seafood specialties… The experience will be complemented by the beauty and charm of the Orchid City of Dipolog and the historical Shrine City of Dapitan.  It’s history, flower, beach, food and fun!


Fruits, flowers, food and fun!
Davao City is home to the durian fruit known for its “foul smell” yet “heavenly taste”. It is also known for its Bamboo Cuisine the way how the indigenous people of the region cook their meals. So fly like the Philippine Eagle and taste the flavors of Davao!


A tour of Central Visayan countryside full of discovery:  vintage houses, historic churches, gentle tarsiers and quality crafts.  Culinary delights on a bee farm and on a river cruise.  And never forget the “Chocolate Hills” the Province is known for.  Sorry guys, you can’t eat them… Go for peanut kisses instead.


Enjoy the sights, sounds and flavors of the country’s oldest city. . . Visit its historic sights, explore its pristine beaches, listen to its native guitar and sample its delicious food!

Discover why Cebu is the home of famous dried mangoes, otap and lechon and given the title:  Queen City of the South.


Known as home of Hacenderos and Azucareras, Negros Occidental prices itself with the sweet life . . . A paradise found for tourists with sweet tooth, this southern jewel is not only known for its old houses, novelty cuisines and breathtaking seascapes  but is best remembered for its endless creations of desserts and pastries!


Fine living and dining . . . Iloilo.  Good life has never been delicious in the province’s food outlets and ancestral houses. Trace the roots of southern specialties such as “La Paz Batchoy” and “Pancit Molo”, soups that were once tightly guarded recipes and end those discoveries with desserts.  So unforgettable!


Aside from the 3.5-kilometer white sand beach the island is known for, Boracay now has endless dining possibilities to swim for.  From exotic local cuisine to authentic international specialties, Boracay is the ultimate culinary island for you!


A sweet and chili hot tour of the provinces of Albay and Sorsogon in the Bicol Region!  Familiarize yourself with hot chili peppers amidst the perfect cone of the Mayon Volcano.  Hop and board the Bicol Express. . . and dash to the nearest water station.


Nestled  around the mystic Mt. Banahaw, Quezon and Laguna provinces offers only the freshnest bounty. . .  Savor the fresh air of countryside along with the province’s morsels from snacks to fiesta fare!


Coffee lovers unite!
Visit the Coffee Capitals of the Philippines. Taste their specialty dishes, observe their crafts and bring home their harvests.


The flavors of China are now in Manila.  Come, eat, walk and lose those calories as we explore the breadth, the width and most intimate alleys of Manila’s Chinese quarter.


Learn why Pampanga is the “Food Capital of the Philippines” and Bulacan, the country’s center for desserts and pastries.  A hands-on cooking lesson highlights the tour complemented by visits to historical sights that provide insights to the Filipinos perseverance in the kitchen that is life!