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Private Guide in Bohol

Private Guide in Bohol - Joselino Baritua

(Member Since 2013) Languages: English

It is always a surprise how much history and beauty one region can possess, especially Bohol and the islands of the Philippines. Deciding which of the many things you can fit into the limited time in your vacation can be difficult. That is where hiring a private tour guide can certainly come in handy.

Private Guide in Cebu

Private Guide in Cebu - Primie Barcelona Anuengo

(Member Since 2012) Languages: English, Tagalog, Spanish, Italian

I am Primie. I'd be happy to organize and guide your city or island tours. From mountains to the seas, there is more to discover when in the Philippines. Of course, you don't want to miss experiencing the "Cloud 9" waves in Siargao, the magnificent Boracay, the enchanted Palawan, the smiles from Cebu, the eco-diversity in Davao and much more amazing local destinations. There are terrific local restaurants to dine with, fun night escapades at the pubs, souvenir shops, parks, and malls.

Private guides in Philippines

Philippines

Capital: Manila
Language: English
Currency: Philippine peso (PHP)

COMMENTS ABOUT Philippines:

The Philippines is famous for its teeming megacities, emerald rice fields, graffiti-splashed jeepneys, bug-eyed tarsiers, smouldering volcanoes, smiling happy-faced people and fuzzy water buffalos. The Philippines are apart from mainland not only geographically but also culturally and spiritually.

The most obvious enigma of the country is its overwhelming Catholicism – the result of the Spanish rule, which lasted for more than 350 years. The traces of the so-called Spanish era include unique Spanish-Filipino colonial architecture, exuberant town fiestas such as Kalibo Ati’Atihan, and exquisite ancient churches neighboring bustling town plazas.

Besides the Spanish influence you can notice a great deal of typically American vestiges such as fast food chains, malls, and widespread spoken English. However, even despite these outside influences the Philippines continues to be a unique entity. The Filipinos are extremely proud of their country and they are eager to show hospitality to tourists and travelers. 

The Philippines consists of approximately 7000 islands and most of them are not even inhabited. If you are interested in diving you should head straight to the Visayas where the setting is perfect for exploring the underwater world. If you are more adventurous by nature why not play a solo survivor on one of the empty islands for a couple of days?

Questions about Philippines
Just wondering , I'm coming down with my friends ( 3 of us) . Im just wondering how much will you charge. ??
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Mary Jen Vinuya (Private Guide) :
Hi! Guide's Fee for Half Day tour in Manila is Php2,500, car rent is Php3,000. Thank You!