Friday, May 31, 2013

Current Airfares to Manila (as of June 01, 2013)


IMPORTANT NOTE: Rates are correct at time of release, includes all taxes, and are subject to the following: change without notice, availability, ticketing deadlines, blackout dates and travel dates.

For more information, please call our 24/7 US TOLL-FREE number at 1-866-2-MANILA or (02) 893-0002 if you're in the Philippines. You may visit www.mangotours.com for more of our affordable travel deals.

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Thursday, May 30, 2013

Footsteps of Apostle Paul Tour


$1,999* per person based on double occupancy
May 17 - 27, 2014 


An inspiring journey awaits…

Land Tours Highlights: Athens | Thessalonika | Kalambaka | Corinth | Piraeus | Ephesus

Cruise Highlights: Mykonos | Kusadasi | Patmos | Santorini


*Reservations required with a $250.00 deposit by August 15, 2013. After August 15, 2013 price is $2,199.00. Price is for land tours and cruise only and does not include airfare.


For travel bookings and inquiries, we would be happy to assist you. Call our 24/7 U.S. toll-free number at 1-866-2-MANILA or (632) 893-0002 if you’re in the Philippines. Please visit www.mangotours.com for more of our amazing travel deals.


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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Gems of Batangas: Mango Tours in Balitang America

 

On this week’s travel episode, Balitang America and Mango Tours take you to the province of Batangas – a destination where you can witness and explore a collection of cultural and historical splendors, nature destinations, and heritage wonders. 

Among its many gems include an array of exceptional beach and diving destinations found in Nasugbu, Anilao, and San Juan, just to name a few. In addition, Batangas is famed for its heritage sites found mostly in one of its towns known as Taal, where travelers can rediscover the history behind various ancestral houses and structures dating back to the 19th century.

Batangas is also a home to various pilgrimage sites. Two of these sites include the miraculous Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Lipa City and the biggest and one of the oldest churches in Asia, the Basilica de San Martin de Tours in Taal.

Tourists who are into souvenir shopping should not miss the chance to buy two of Batangas famous keepsakes, the balisong, also known as butterfly knife, and kapeng barako, a type of coffee grown in the grounds of Batangas

Discover all these and more when you visit Batangas on your next travel! 

For travel bookings and inquiries, we would be happy to assist you. Call our 24/7 U.S. toll-free number at 1-866-2-MANILA or (632) 893-0002 if you’re in the Philippines. Please visitwww.mangotours.com for more of our amazing travel deals.

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By: Ling Gomez 

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Daycation Destinations - Quezon



VILLA ESCUDERO

A two hour drive from the city will bring you to a historic colonial plantation and Philippine rural life of the 1800’s. Be exhilarated by majestic volcanic mountains, verdant fields, rows of coconut trees and scenic mountain views. 


Experience a fun ride on a carabao drawn cart as you go on an exciting tour.


Indulge into a sumptuous feast of native dishes at the waterfalls restaurant; accompanied with singers and guitarist who serenade with native folk songs. Delicious native cuisine is served at dining tables uniquely set in a few inches of cool spring running water from the falls.



Take a short rest then explore the scenic lake and enjoy the breathtaking views of Mount Banahaw and Cristobal through native bamboo rafts.


For a much more relaxing activity, stroll around the lush garden and get the chance to see and/or hear more than 17 species of endemic birds.




Experience the authenticity of Filipino culture and the diversity of its nature at Villa Escudero!




For inquiries and bookings, call our U.S. toll-free number at 1-866-2-MANILA (1-866-2- 626452) or (02) 893-0002 if you’re in Manila. Visit www.mangotours.com for more amazing travel deals.


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Monday, May 27, 2013

Mango Tours' Weekly Trivia & More




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Friday, May 24, 2013

Current Airfares to Manila (as of May 25, 2013)



IMPORTANT NOTE: Rates are correct at time of release, includes all taxes, and are subject to the following: change without notice, availability, ticketing deadlines, blackout dates and travel dates.

For more information, please call our 24/7 US TOLL-FREE number at 1-866-2-MANILA or (02) 893-0002 if you're in the Philippines. You may visit www.mangotours.com for more of our affordable travel deals.

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12-day Mediterranean Cruise trip – Barcelona to Venice Photos

Sharing photos of Mango Tours group during the remarkable 12-day Mediterranean Cruise trip from Barcelona, Spain to Venice, Italy happened in October 13 - 25, 2012 via Norwegian Cruise Line.




Enjoying cocktails night on-board Norweigian Cruise Line

Putting beautiful memories on a photograph in Mykonos, Greece


Fancy dinner taken on the last night of the trip


Become one of these happy faces! Start planning your next cruise trip at www.mangotours.com/cruises.html today or call 1-866-2-MANILA (24/7 toll-free).


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By: Ling Gomez 

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Mango Mix: Summer remnants





Mango Mix is a weekly column of Mango Tours in the Asian Journal. The column celebrates Filipino culture--from must-see travel destinations and advice, social events, culinary delights, arts, and everything interestingly mixing under the Philippine sun.

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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Travelogue: BAGUIO

By Rieh Argel

Located in northern Luzon Island in the Philippines, Baguio is considered to be the Summer Capital of the country due to its altitude. Also known as the City of Pines, it is positioned 1,500 meters above sea level with an area of 57.5 square kilometers. Tourists from all over the county flock to this city mainly to experience the cold temperatures; others enjoy the scenic view of the cordillera mountains, colorful festivals, exciting activities and great finds.Whether you have been to this city before or still planning for your first trip, here are some things you might want to consider on your itinerary.
        
STAY


MICROTEL
If you are looking for a clean and cozy place to stay, Microtel Baguio is undoubtedly the perfect place for you. Situated at the heart of the Summer Capital of the Philippines, Microtel offers comfortable accommodations with its first class facilities and amenities. Each accommodation option in this hotel features chiropractor-approved “healthy-for-the-back beds”, internet connectivity, 25 inch cable TV and complimentary breakfast to cater to the various needs of  either a busy executive or a leisure tourist. 

VISIT


Butterfly Sanctuary
A haven for hundreds of colorful butterflies, the Butterfly sanctuary is an eco-tourism park situated inside Camp John Hay. This sanctuary allows tourists to experience the thrill of being surrounded by numerous lovely butterflies fluttering around flowers and plants.

The Mansion
Situated around 5,000 ft in the Cordillera Central range, The Mansion is well-known as the official summer residence of the President of the Philippines. The Mansions’ Main building and guest house (a favorite picture-taking spot for tourists) was elegantly constructed and designed in Spanish colonial revival architecture. It has a museum inside where guests can visit to see different presidential memorabilia.

Mines View Park
This park boast of a spectacular view of Benguet’s gold and copper mines and the cordillera region. Other attraction includes souvenir and silver works stores around the park.

Other site includes:
Burnham Park
Wright Park
Kennon road
Botanical Garden
Baguio Cathedral

EAT



SUNDOT KULANGOT
Funny it may sound but this delicacy is one of the favorite pasalubong treats by most tourists. The name may sound odd but this sweet delicacy is actually calamay that is just placed in small bamboo container. Anyone who wishes to try would have to make use of his/her finger to get the tasty calamay treat inside.

STRAWBERRIES
One of the favorite fruits of Filipino children,  Strawberries are definitely one item on every  Baguio tourists to-buy list.

TRY


HORSEBACK RIDING
One of the main attractions in Wright Park is the horse-back riding. Take the liberty of riding your chosen horse inside the riding circle or with an accompanying guide outside the park; in a minimal amount.

BOATING
Boating is one of the must-do activities in Baguio particularly in Burnham Park. Tourists may enjoy paddling on this man-made lagoon on-board a traditional or animal crafted boats for hire.

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