Maky & Matt
THE PHILIPPINES 3 weeks guide Book your accommodation in part of Manila called Makati, where all the restaurants, street food, and shops are. On the morning of day 2 catch a flight to Coron. After arriving in Coron town, get yourself a bike for around 600 pesos per day. One day will be enough as Coron Island on its own is not really exciting so you won't really need much time for exploring. The best thing about Coron is the surrounding islands around and therefore the Island hopping tours. On day 4 in the morning, you will board the ferry to Palawan, El Nido. It costs around 1760 pesos per person and takes around 5 hours. But it´s worth it because now you are at one of the most spectacular places of this Philipines El Nido is a town on the very north of Palawan Island and is home to many pristine white sandy beaches and chilled vibes. From El Nido on day 7 in the morning join a van going to Puerto Princesa. In Puerto Princesa, you can visit Iwahig Open Prison and treat yourself in some nice accommodation as we did. Cebu Island is where the best waterfalls are. Words can´t describe how much fun it is to hike all the waterfalls levels! On the morning of day 8, you will arrive by plane from Puerto Princesa to Cebu Island. From the airport make your way directly down to Moalboal. That is where all the accommodation and restaurants for tourists are and you will be closer to all the waterfalls and sunrise hikes. Just a 2 hours long ferry ride from Cebu will bring you to Bohol Island. An Island with such unique landscapes has a lot to offer! Rice terraces, sunrise hikes, the chocolate hill, waterfalls, cave... But the main reason for a lot of people going to Bohol is Tarsier. The tiny little monkey-like looking animal is endangered spices and active only during the night. Stunning waterfalls, lovely local people and slow life are waiting for you on Siquijor Island. From Siquijor Island to Siargao - your last stop.