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PHILIPPINES
HARANAH TOURS
CORPORATION
TOUR CATALOGUE INTERNATIONAL
EDITION I
2013-2014
Editor’s Note
From crystal clear shores and misty mountains, sprawling urban cities and indigenous villages,
familiar food to exotic local dishes, and friendly people on every block, the Philippine is blessed
with everything the curious traveler could want yet much of this extraordinary country has
remained largely unfamiliar to the foreign world. Tourist arrive in increasing number each year,
but always to the same old places they have been brought to a decade or two ago. Hidden jewels
in our numerous island have since been discovered and developed, but they remain obscure save
for the avid adventurer who wanders off the beaten path.
And so this catalogue was conceptualized. Let us bring you to both the well-travelled road and
some of the more secret concerns of the Philippines. Why not try something new? You just
might find beauty you won’t find anywhere else.
-Jasmine Tan, Editor
Company Profile
Haranah Tours Corporation is a duly licensed tour operator that offers customized and exclusive
local tours including the following; competent and well-trained tour guides, hotel
accommodation, roundtrip transportation either by commercial airline or shipping line and air
conditioned bus, meals, accident insurance and ocular visits to different companies and
institutions.
We are proud to inform you that we have been in the business for more than a decade.
Our specialization in handling large student groups have earned us many loyal clients from the
academic community, and our continuous growth has led us to expand our services to
accommodate foreign markets. We have handled various seminars and conventions and our close
ties with educational institutions allow us to offer English Proficiency Programs for international
students. It is our passion that continues to drive us cater to numerous schools, universities and
companies with the best quality service.
Operations-wise, we have several buses operating throughout the country. All our buses
are in very good condition, shape and are safe to use. To accommodate our growing clientele, we
have established tie-ups with other tourist transportation for continuous availability of buses. we
will be happy to cater to your needs if you have more specific requirements. Our dedicated staff
will send a proposal more suited to your needs as soon as possible. If you are looking for
transportation, we also offer bus rental services at affordable prices. For more details, please
contact our marketing officer at 02-4116567 or 0917-7921301. We at Haranah Tours are ready
and happy to serve your needs. Tara na, sa Haranah!
Brief History of Haranah Tours
It was the year 1999 when Mr. Jaime C. Tan together with his wife, Noryn Marie Tita Tan
decided to start their own travel company. After all the documents for registering the company
were made, what the company will be called was still being decided on. The idea or naming it
“Haranah” came during one of the couple’s walks. Passing the church where they married, a big
tarpaulin caught Noryn’s attention. It was on the festivities being offered and celebrated for the
Virgin Mary called “Harana kay Maria”. On a whim, she asked, “why not use’Harana?”. Adding
the ‘h’ at the end to make it lucky, they submitted the name “Haranah” along with three(3) others
to the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI). True enough, Haranah Tours was approved and
established that same year.
Haranah Tours first begin its operation by converting a space in their house as an office,
with only the couple running it and the little children helping with simple tasks like stapling and
sorting documents, and stamping the details on the IDs to be used by the students. Now, the
company has grown big, having its own office at Room 201 West City Plaza Bldg., West
Avenue, Quezon City and employing about more than 30 people.
General Inclusions
1. Accommodation
Manila Hotel, Sofitel, or similar hotels Twin-sharing
2. Transportation
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Air-conditioned tourist bus
45 seater bus
Transfer in and out of airport, Roundtrip city tours, All plane and ship inter- island transfer
within the Philippines.
3. Insurance
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Death insurance of Php. 110,000.00/passenger
Accidental insurance / assistance in case of emergency
4. Meals
As indicated in the package
5. Others
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Service of one(1) English-Speaking tour guide
First aid kit for every bus
One (1) tarpaulin for each bus
Free entrance free package
All taxes are included
6. Participants
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Minimum of 20 paying participants
7. Contract and Terms of Payments
All checks payable to Haranah Tours Corporation
Note: Prices are subject to change.
Contributors
Editor in Chief
Jaime C. Tan
Executive Editor
Jasmine Tan
Creative Director
Jaymie Tan
Artwork
Julia Tan
Highlights of Manila and Tagaytay
4D3N codeC1 USD505.00/person minimum of 20 paying participants
DAY1: MANILA
Welcome to the Philippines! Transfer in form the airport and check in your hotel. Afterwards,
spend your first night at Dads, Saisaki and Kamayan for a delicious dinner buffet of local and
international food.
DAY2: TAGAYTAY
Have an early start of the day by travelling in tagaytay, a favorite weekend spot due to its cool
weather and wide countryside, which can be particularly enjoyed at the Palace in the Sky as its
stands as one of the highest point in the city. Form here you will have a beautiful view of Laguna
de Bay and the Taal Volcano. The Philippines’ second most active volcano in the country is
located inside the lake, making it one of the primary icons of the city. Afterwards, visit a
plantation of pineapple, a main produce of the city. Have a buffet lunch at Sonya’s Garden and
enjoy organic food growth right in their backyard. In the afternoon, ride back to manila to
discover its historical sites. Visit Rizal Park, the execution site and monument to the national
hero Dr. Jose Rizal Park, with a 24 hour honor guard facing Manila Bay. Explore the walled city
of Intramuros abroad a kalesa and visit Fort Santiago, San Agustin Church and Museum, and the
Lights and Sounds Museum, among others. Pass by manazan Handicrafts for local products to
bring home as souvenirs, then stroll along Forbes Park, located in Makati City, the financial
center of the Philippines. Finally, have an enjoyable dinner with a cultural show to end your
exciting day! B L D
DAY3: MANILA
Today is shopping day. After your hotel breakfast, proceed to Virra Mall for three hours of
shopping. Here you can buy inexpensive quality items. Have lunch at Shangri-la Finest Chinese
Cuisine. Spend the first half of your afternoon in the expansive Mall of Asia, or if you choose,
you can drop by Solaire Resort and Casino, the newest and biggest casino along the Bay City
area.
DAY4: MANILA
Spend the morning as you wish before finally check-out of your hotel and transfer out to airport.
Heritage Tour
4D3N codeC2 USD’545.00/person
Minimum of 20 paying participants
DAY1: MANILA
Transfer in from the airport and check in hotel. Afterwards discover Manila’s historical sites.
Visit Rizal Park, the execution site and monument to the national hero Dr. Jose Rizal with a 24
hour honor guard facing Manila Bay. Afterwards, explore the walled city of Intramuros aboard a
kalesa and visit Fort Santiago, the San Agustin Church and Museum and the Lights and Sounds
Museum, among others.
DAY2: VILLA ESCUDERO
Travel to Laguna and explore Villa Escudero for a taste of Philippine countryside life. Enjoy a
carabao ride, a unique buffet lunch by a waterfall, a river ride on a bamboo raft and a tour and of
their museum. Afterwards, shop for local delicacies. Laguna’s famous sweets and buko pie are
an absolute must.
DAY3: LAS CASAS FILIPINAS
Spend the day exploring the Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar Heritage Resort, a careful
reconstruction of 18th to early 20th century Filipino community. Stroll down the cobblestones of
the enclosure, go inside the houses of stones and noble houses and feel yourself transported back
in time.
DAY4: MANILA
Spend your free time as you wish before hotel check out and transfer out to the airport.
Heritage Tour with Gastronomic Tour
4D3N codeC3 USD’579.00/person
Minimum of 20 paying participants
DAY1: MANILA
Transfer in to the airport and check in hotel. Afterwards, discover manila’s historical sites. Visit
Rizal Park, execution site and monument to the national hero Dr. Jose Rizal with a 24 hour honor
guard facing Manila Bay. Afterwards, explore the walled city of Intramuros abroad a kalesa and
visit Fort Santiago, and San Agustin Church and Museum, and the Lights and Sounds Museum,
among others. Finally, visit Filipino handicrafts store before having an enjoyable dinner with
cultural show.
DAY2: LAS CASAS FILIPINAS AND MT.SAMAT
Travel to Bataan and explore the Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar Heritage Resort, a careful
reconstruction of 18th and 20th century Filipino community. Stroll down the cobblestones of the
enclosure, go inside house of stones and noble houses and feel yourself transported back in time.
Afterwards, visit the Shrine of Valor, erected in honor of 78,000 Filipino and American soldiers,
most of whom did not survive the historic Death March that came after their last defense in the
nearby town Mariveles.
DAY3: BULACAN AND PAMPANGA
Travel to Bulacan for your city tour. Visit the historical Barasoain Church and Casa Real, which
date back to the colonial rule of Spain, For lunch take 10 course meal at the exclusive Bale
Dutung and immerse yourselfin rich authentic Filipino cuisine while a speaker weaves the story
of each dish for the guests.
DAY4: MANILA
Spend your free as you wish before hotel check out and transfer out to the airport.
Gastronomic Highlights of Bulacan and Pampanga
4D3N codeC4 USD’577.00/person minimum of 20 paying participants
DAY1: MANILA
Transfer in from the airport and check in to the hotel. Afterwards, discover Manila’s historical
sites. Visit Rizal Park, the execution site and monument to the national hero Dr. Jose Rizal with
24 hour honor guard facing manila bay. Afterwards, explored the walled city of Intramuros
aboard kalesa and visit Fort Santiago, San Agustin Church and Museum, and the Lights and
Sounds Museum, among others. Afterwards , have a dinner with a cultural show for your first
taste of the Philippines.
DAY2: BULACAN
Travel to bulacan for your city tour. Visit the historical Barasoain Church and Casa Real, which
date back to the colonial rule spain. For lunch, have a 10-course meal at the exclusive Bale
Dutung and immerse yourself in rich authentic Filipino cuisine while a speaker weaves the story
of each dish for the guests.
DAY3: PAMPANGA
Travel to Pampanga just past bulacan and experience the unique taste of the regional Filipino
comfort food. Watch the locals make sweet pastillas and later on taste the Filipino favorite
summer food called halo-halo. Have lunch at Everybody’s café and see exotic food such as frog
and crickets cooked for the guests.
DAY4: MANILA
Spend your free time shopping for local souvenirs. Afterward check-out hotel and transfer out to
airport.
Manila-Bulacan Eco Tour
4D3N codeC5 USD’507.00/PERSON
Minimum of 20 paying participants
DAY1: MANILA
Explore the historical centre of Manila. Start off in kilometer zero and visit Rizal Park, the
execution site and monument to the national hero Dr. Jose Rizal with a 24 hour honor guard
facing the manila bay. Just adjacent is the walled city of Intramuros which served as the colonial
seat of government for more than 300 years. Explore the fortified monument aboard a kalesa and
see Fort Santiago, Manila Cathedral, San Agustin Church and Museum, Bahay Tsinoy, Casa
Manila and the Light and sound Museum among others. End the day with an enjoyable dinner
and cultural show.
DAY2:
Have a guided tour in the La Mesa Eco Park, one of our largest ecological parks. See a butterfly
sanctuary, or choose to have a lecture and hands-on activity in basic gardening. Visit Payatas
Disposal Facility a government livelihood program that transformed what had once been one of
the poorest communities in the area into a thriving green community with model waste disposal
practices and the first in the country to use methane gas as an alternative energy source
DAY3: BATAAN
Pack up your bags and head on to turtle conservatory and participate in the releasing of turtles
back into the ocean (NOV-FEB). Climb to the summit of a mountain where the Shrine of Valor
was erected in honor of valor to celebrate the bravery 78,000 Filipino and American soldiers,
most of whom did not survive the historic Death March that came after their last defense in the
nearby town of Mariveles.
DAY4: MANILA
Spend your free time shopping or boarding with other participants of your trip. Afterwards,
Transfer out.
Manila-Laguna Eco-Industrial Tour
4D3N codeC6 USD’517.00/person
Minimum of 20 paying participants
DAY1: MANILA
Explore the historical centre of manila. Start off in kilometer zero and visit Rizal Park the
execution site and monument to the national hero Dr. Jose Rizal, 24 hour honor guard facing the
manila bay. Just adjacent is the walled city of Intramuros which severed as the colonial seat of
the government for more than 300 years. Explore the fortified monument aboard kalesa, or
horse-drawn carriage, and see Fort Santiago, Manila Cathedral, the San Agustin Church and
Museum, Bahay Tsinoy, Casa Manila and the Light and Sound Museum, among others. End the
day with a relaxing dinner and cultural show.
DAY2: GOURMET FARM-SONYA’S GARDEN
Visit a gourmet farm with chef demo for salad. See the harvest of organic herbs and lettucepicking. Next, get your first glimpse of Taal Volcano, one of our famous volcanoes, active and
situated in an island inside a lake. Finally stop by a local delicacy store for a real treat.
DAY3: LAGUNA
Tour the Jollibee Commissary in Laguna, the largest and most advanced food commissary in the
Philippines. Operated by one the biggest fast-food chains in the country see how their product is
manufactured. Jollibee chicken joy as lunch. Afterwards see the Rizal Shrine in Calamba, a
reproduction of the Spanish colonial house typical of Filipino gentry during Hispanic Times
where are national hero grew up and lived in. Finally get a guided tour of gardenia Philippines a
fully- automated and computer-controlled bread factory to see how far technology has changed
the food industry.
DAY4: MANILA
Spend your free time shopping or bonding with other participants of your tour. Afterwards,
transfer out.
Highlights of Laguna-Subic
4d3n codeC7 USD’505.00/person
Minimum of 20 paying participants
DAY1: MANILA
Transfer in from airport and check-in your hotel. Afterwards discover Manila’s historic sites.
Visit Rizal Park, the execution site and monument to the national hero Dr. Jose Rizal with
24hour honor guard facing the Manila Bay. Afterwards explore the walled city of Intramuros
abroad kalesa and visit Fort Santiago, San Agustin Church and Museum and the Lights and
Sounds Museum, among others. Finally have an enjoyable dinner while watching a cultural
show.
DAY2: SUBIC
Travel to subic once an American naval base, and visit Ocean Adventure a leading conservatory
for rescued wildlife and watch a whale and dolphin show a sea lion show and a rescue center
presentation (swimming-optional). Later on, explore the 25 hectare enclosure of animals aboard
a tram in Zoobic Safari and experience tiger-feeding.
DAY3: VILLA ESCUDERO
Travel to Laguna and explore Villa Escudero for a taste of Philippine country side life. Enjoy a
carabao ride a buffet lunch by a waterfall, a river ride on a bamboo raft and a tour of their
museum. Afterwards shop for local delicacies. Laguna’s famous sweets and buko pie are an
absolute must.
DAY4: MANILA
Spend your time shopping for local souvenirs. Afterwards, check-out hotel and transfer out to
airport.
Highlights of Laguna and Subic Extended
5D4N codeC8 USD’649.00/person
Minimum of 20 paying participants
DAY1: MANILA
Transfer in to airport and check in your hotel. Afterwards, discover manila historical sites. Visit
Rizal Park with 24 hour honor guard facing the Manila Bay. Afterwards, explore the walled city
of Intramuros aboard a kalesa and visit Fort Santiago, San Agustin Church and Museum and the
Lights and Sounds Museum, among others. Finally, have an enjoyable dinner while watching a
cultural show.
DAY2: SUBIC
Travel to Subic, once an American naval base, and visit Ocean Adventure, a leading
conservatory for rescued wildlife, and watch a whale and dolphin show, a sea lion show and
rescue center presentation (swimming-optional). Later on, explore the 25 hectare enclosure of
animals aboard a tram in Zoobic Safari and experience tiger-feeding.
DAY3: PANDIN LAKE-MAJAYJAY FALLS
Explore Laguna’s beautiful landscape and spend a relaxing day at Pandin Lake.
Have a local lunch aboard a bamboo raft that floats along the seene river. Take a refreshing dip
into the clear waters if you wish. Later, view the spectacular Majayjay Falls. Finally, visit the
Liliw Foot-wear Factory located in the slipper capital of the country.
DAY 4: VILLA ESCUDERO
Travel to Laguna and explore Villa Escudero for a taste of Philippine countryside life. Enjoy a
carabao ride, a unique buffet lunch by a waterfall, a river ride on a bamboo raft and a tour of
their museum. Afterwards, shop for local delicacies. Laguna’s famous sweets and buko pie are
an absolute must.
DAY 5: MANILA
Shop for local souvenirs before check-out and transfer out to airport.
Highlights of Baguio
5D4N codeC9 USD’452.00/person
Minimum of 20 paying participants
DAY 1: MANILA
Transfer in from the airport and check in hotel. Afterwards, discover Manila’s historical sites.
Visit Rizal Park, the execution site and monument to the national hero Dr. Jose Rizal with a 24
hour honor guard facing Manila Bay. Afterwards, explore the walled city of Intramuros aboard a
kalesa and visit Fort Santiago, the San Agustin Church and Museum, and the Lights and Sounds
Museum, among others.
DAY 2: BAGUIO
Travel to Baguio. Upon arrival at the City of Pines, check in your hotel and start your city tour
to see Burnham Park, Mansion House ( the Presidential Residence on official visits) and the
adjacent Wright Park, Botanical Gardens, and Baguio Cathedral, known for its distinctive rosecolored exterior.
DAY 3: BAGUIO
Continue your city tour and climb the 252 steps of Lourdes Grotto before visiting the Strawberry
Fields. After, explore the Philippine Military Academy, the Philippine Military School of the
Armed Forces. End the day with a visit to Mines View Park and Baguio’s Silver shops for its
well-known sterling silver.
DAY 4: MANILA
Travel back to Manila and spend your free time discovering the rest of the bustling Philippine
capital. Visit its many museums or simply lose track of time in one of its large shopping centers,
it’s all up to you.
DAY 5: MANILA
Check-out hotel and transfer out to airport.
Highlights of Baler
5D4N codeC10 USD’465.00/person
Minimum of 20 paying participants
DAY 1: MANILA
Transfer in from the airport and check in hotel. Afterwards, discover Manila’s historical sites.
Visit Rizal Park, the execution site and monument to the national hero Dr. Jose Rizal with a 24
hour honor guard facing Manila Bay. Afterwards, explore the walled city of Intramuros aboard a
kalesa and visit Fort Santiago, the San Agustin Church and Museum, and the Lights and Sounds
Museum, among others.
DAY 2: BALER
Travel to Baler and take photographs of the massive 600 year old Balete tree. Upon arrival,
check in your hotel before starting your city tour. Take a tour of the historical town. Visit the
Baler Church and Aurora Aragon’s House, the ancestral home of the first lady to former
President Manuel Quezon, whose own home stands in the Quezon Memorial Park nearby.
Finally, explore the museo de Baler.
Day 3: Baler
Ride out for scenic ride along the coastline and see the Lukso-lukso Islets, Dunguisit Beach and
Falls, Ermita Hill and the town Fish Port. Spend the rest of your day on free time to enjoy the
idyllic town. Go out to Sabang Beach for a long walk by the shore
Day 4: Manila
Shop for local souvenirs before travelling back to Manila. Check in your hotel and go out as you
wish to explore the rest of the bustling Philippines capital. Visit its many museums or simply
lose track of time on one of its large shopping centers, it’s all up to you.
Day 5: Manila
Check- out hotel transfer out in airport 1B.
Day 1: Manila
Transfer in from airport and check in hotel. after-wards discover Manila’s historical sites. Visit
rizal Park, the execution site and monument to the national herp Dr. Jose Rizal with a 24 hour
honor guard facing Manila Bay. Afterwards, explore the walled city of Intramuros aboard a
kalesa and visit Fort Santiago, the San Agustin Church and Museum, and the Lights and Sounds
Museum, among others.
Day 2: Cebu
Take a domestic flight to Cebu and transfer in from airport. Check in your hotel before starting
you city tour. Visit the Sto. Nino Church and see Magellan, Cross preserved from when it was
brought by the farmed circumnavigator. Explore the beautiful Taoist Temple and cruise through
Beverly Hills. Finally, end the day at Tabuan Market.
Day 3: Cebu
Continue you city tour. See Lapu-lapu’s Shrine, built for the farmed datu who fought and wer
against the circumnavigator Ferdinand Magellan, and later on visit a guitar-making factory, a
must-see for music lovers who would enjoy hearing the local craftsman talk about how they
produce guitars. Go shopping for local souvenirs and discover more of the city on your own for
the rest of the day.
Day 4: Manila
Travel back to Manila and spend you free time discovering the rest of the bustling Philippines
capital. Visiting it’s many museums or simply lose track of time in one of its large shopping
center, it’s all up to you.
Day 5: Manila
Check-out hotel and transfer out to airport.
Highlights of Coron
7N6D code C12 USD’1,070.00/person / minimum of 20 participants
Day 1: Manila
Transfer in from airport and check in hotel before starting you city tour. Discover Manila’s
historical sites. Visit Rixal Park, the execution site and monument to the national hero Dr. Jose
Rizal with 24 hour honor guard facing Manila Bay. Afterwards, explore the walled city of
Intramuros aboard a kalesa and visit Fort Santiago, the San Agustin Church Museum, and the
Lights and Sounds Museum, Among others. Afterwards, have an enjoyable dinner while
watching a cultural show.
Day 2: Coron
Travel by plane to Coron a small island paradise to the north of Palawan. Check in your hotel
and afterwards climb the Mt. Tapyas Trail for a beautiful unipterrupted glimpse of the island.
Late on realx by the Maquinit hotsprings, which flows directly into the sea.
Day 3: Island Hopping
Start your island hopping, Explore the many islands of Coron. It’s many lakes, lagoons pearl
farm, coral gardens and unspoiled ruins of sunken Japanese warships are a pride of the local
people.
Day 4: Calauit Island Safari
Start the day early to visit Calauit Island, a island conservatory. Experience giraffe-feeding, and
sea the many endangered species protected in the 3700 hectare open sanctuary to both endemic
animals and African wildlife.
Day 5: Island Hopping
Spend the entire day surrounded by clear blue waters at Isla Paz for a relaxing experience.
Day 6: Manila
Pack your bags and say goodbye to Coron. Take your flight back to Manila and check in your
hotel before enjoying free time for the rest of the day.
Day 7: Manila
Chec-out hotel abd transfer out to airport.
Highlights of Baguio
5D4N codeC9 USD’452.00/person
Day 1: Manila
Transfer in from the airport and check in hotel. Afterwards, discover Manila’s historical sites.
Visit Rizal Park, the execution site and monument to the national hero Dr. Jose Rizal with a 24
hour honor guard facing Manila Bay. Afterwards, explore the walled city Intramuros aboard a
kalesa and visit Fort Santiago, the San Agustin Church and Museum, and the Lights and Sounds
Museum, Among others.
Day 2: Baguio
Travel to Baguio. Upon arrival at the City of Pines, check in your hotel and start you city tour to
see Burnham Park, Mansion House (the Presidential Residence on official visits) and the
adjacent Wright Park, Botanical Garderns, and Baguio Cathedral, known for its distinctive rosecolored exterior .
Day 3: Baguio
Continue you city tour and climb the 252 steps of Lourdes Grotto before visiting the Strawberry
Fields. After explore the Philippines Military Academy the Philippine Military School of the
Armed forces. End the day with a visit to Mines View Park and Baguio’s Silver Shops for its
well-known sterling silver.
Day 4: Manila
Travel back to Manila and spend free time discovering the rest of the bustling Philippines capital.
Visit its many museums or simply lose track of time in one of its large shopping centers, its all
up to you.
Day 5: Manila
Check-out hotel and transfer out to airport
Highlights of Baler
5D4N codeC10 USD’465.00/person
Minimum of 20 paying participants.
Day 1: Manila
Transfer in from airport and check in hotel. Afterwards, discover Manila’s historicl sites. Visit
Rizal Park, the execution site and monument to the national hero Dr. Jose Rizal with a 24 hour
honor guard facing Manila Bay. Afterwards explore the walled city of Intramuros aboard a
kalesa and visit Fort Santiago, the Lights and Sounda Museum, among others.
Day 2: Baler
Travel to Baler and take photographs of the massive 600 years old Balete tree. Upon arrival,
check in your hotel before starting your city tour. Take a tour of the historical town. Take a tour
of the historical town. Visit the Baler Church and Aurora Aragon’s House, the ancestral home of
the first lady to former President Manuel Quezon, whose own home stands in the Quezon
Memorial Park nearby. Finally, explore the Museo de Baler.
Day 3: Baler
Ride out for scenic ride along the coastline and see the Lukso-lukso Islets. Duguisit Beach and
Falls, Ermita Hill and the town Fish Port. Spend the rest of your day on free time to enjoy the
idyllic town. Go out to Sabang Beach for a ling walk the shore.
Day 4: Manila
Shop for local souvenirs before travelling back to Manila. Check in your hotel and go out as you
wish to explore the rest of the bustling Philippines capital. Visit its many museums or simply
lose track of time in one of its large shopping centers, it’s all up to you.
Day: 5 Manila
Check-out hotel and transfer out to airport.
Highlights of Cebu codeC115D4N
Cebu Grand Hotel USD’636.00/person
Imperial Palace USD’799.00/person
Mactan Shangri-la USD’817.00/person
Minimum of 20 paying participants
Day 1: Manila
Transfer in from airport and check in hotel. Afterwards discover Manila’s historical sites. Visit
Rizal Park, the execution site and monument to the national hero Dr. Jose Rizal with 24 hour
honor guard facing Manila Bay. Afterwards, explore the walled city of Intramuros aboard a
kalesa and visit Fort Santiago, and the Lights and Sounds Museum among others.
Day 2: Cebu
Take a domestic flight to Cebu and transfer in from airport. Check in your hotel before starting
you city tour. Visit the Sto. Nino Church and see Magellan’s Cross preserved from when it was
brought by the famed circumnavigator. Explore the beautiful Taoist Temple and cruise throught
Beverly Hills. Finally, end the day at Tabun Market.
Day 3: Cebu
Continue your city tour. See Lapu-lapu’s Shrine, built for the farmed datu who fought and won
against the circumnavigator Ferdinand Magellan and later on visit a guitar –making factory,
must-see for music lovers who would enjoy hearing the local craftsmen talk about how they
produce guitars. Go shopping for local souvenirs and discover more of the city on your own for
the rest of the day.
Day 4: Manila
Travel back to Manila and spend your free time discovering the rest of the bustling Philippines
capital. Visit its many museums or simply lose track of time in one of its large shopping center.
It’s all up to you.
Day 5: Manila
Check-out hotel and transfer out in airport.
The Great Northern Tour
17D16N CODEc14 USD’1,810.00/person
Day 1: Manila
Transfer in from airport and check in hotel. Have an enjoyable dinner with cultural show.
Day 2: Manila-Subic
Discover Manila’s historical sites. Visit Rizal Park, the execution site and monument to the
national hero Dr. Jose Rizal with a 24 hours honor guard facing Manila Bay. Explore the walled
city of intramuros aboard a kalesa and visit Fort Santiago, the San Agustin Church and Museum,
Lights and Sounds Museum, and Bahay Tsinoy, among others. Travel to Subic. once an naval
base America, and check in your hotel. Spend the rest of the exploring the slights. stop by the
Duty-free shops for some supplies.
Day 3: Subic
Visit Ocean Adventure a leading conservatory for rescued wildlife, and watch a whale and
dolphin show a sea lion show, and rescue center presentation (swimming-optional). Later on,
explore the 25 hectare enclosure of animals aboard a train in Zoobic Safari and experience tigerfeeding.
Day 4: Ilocos Sur
Ride out to the ar north for a science ride throught the Philippine countryside and its bustling
cities and check in. begin exploring Vigan on your free tie and soak in its old world charm.
Day 5: Ilocos Sur
Explore the colonial town aboard a kalesa. See Plaza Burgus, the Hidden Garden, St Paul
Metropolitan Church Baluarte ni Chavit, the Archibishop’s Palace, Plaza Salcedo, the UNESCO
World Heritage Site, Cristy’s Loom-weaving Factory, Burgus Museum, Crisologo Museum, a jar
factory and the famous Abel-Iloco Vigan.
Day 6: Ilocos Norte
Ride on to ilocos Norte and hae your city tour. Visit Sinking Bell Tower / the Malacañang of the
North, Marcos Museum/ Monica Church ruins and torture chambers, Later on, take photos at the
Kapurpurawan Rock Formation and explore a Dragonfruit Farm.
Day 7: Cagayan Valley
Check-out from the hotel and see the Bangui Wind Mill Wind Farm and travel for Cagayan
Valley via Pagudpud. See the north’s beautiful shorelines as well as Patapat Bridge on the way.
check in your hotel at Tuguegarao.
Day 8: Cagyan Valley
Have your Cagayan Valley city tour and visit Cagayan Calvary Hills, the Callao Cave by the
Penablanca River, and the Our Lady of Piat Church.. Stop by the local shops to buy souvenirs
afterwards.
Day 9: Banaue-Sagada
Move on to the mountains of Cordillera towards Banaue to see the famed Banaue Rice Terraces.
Afterwards, head straight for Sagada, and check in at your inn.
Day 10: Sagada
Start off the day with a climb down Sumaguing Cave (spelunking-optional) for beautiful natural
formations. Afterwards, visit the Ganduyan Museum for a glimpse into the local indigenous
people’s culture, before going to Sagada Weaving. Finally, trek to Bokong Falls.
Day 11: Sagada
Continue your city tour and visit St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, the Sagada Cemetery, and hike
down with the local guides to see the Hanging Coffins of Echo Valley, the Lumiang Burial Cave
and their Underground River.
Day 12: Sagada
Take on Marlboro Mountain for its extraordinary trail, reminiscent of many beautiful and breathtaking movie settings, and its hidden Blue Mountain. Afterwards, visit Sagada Pottery.
Day 13: Baguio
Have a city tour and see Burnham Park, the Mansion House (the Presidential Residence on
official visits) and the adjacent Wright Park, the Botanical Gardens, and the Baguio Cathedral,
known for its distinctive rose-colored exterior. Also climb the 252 steps of Lourdes Grotto
before visiting the Strawberry Fields and the Philippine Military Academy, the Philippine
Military School of the Armed Forces. Finally, visit Mines View Park and Baguio’s Silver Shops
for its well-known sterling silver
Day 15: Baguio
Take the Balatoc Mining Tour (subject to availability) and then explore the BenCab Museum,
which houses Philippine National Artist for Visual Arts Ben Cabrera’s collection of Philippine
contemporary art and ethnography and the St. Louis University Museum., recognized for its
collection on the history and culture of the Cordillera people. Afterwards, the day is yours to
spend in the sprawling mountain city.
Day 16: Manila
Check-out from hotel and travel back to Manila. Check in your hotel then spend your free time
discovering the rest of the bustling Philippine capital. Visit its many museums or simply lose
track of time in one of its large shopping centers, it’s all up to you.
Day 17: Manila
Check-out from hotel and transfer out to airport.
Church Special: Northern and Central Luzon
17D16N codeC15 USD. 1,810.00/person
Minimum of 20 paying participants
Day 1: Manila
Transfer in from airport and check in hotel. Afterwards, have dinner with a cultural show for
your first taste of the Philippines.
Day 2: Subic
Discover Manila’s historical sites. Visit Rizal Park, the execution site and monument to the
national hero Dr. Jose Rizal with 24 hour honor guard facing Manila Bay. Afterwards, explore
the walled city of Intramuros on a kalesa, and visit Fort Santiago, the San Agustin Church and
Museum and the Lights and Sounds Museum, among others. Travel to Bulacan and visit Divine
Mercy of Marilao Bulacan and the historical Barasoain Church. Move on to Subic, a former
American naval base, and check in your hotel. Spend the rest of the day as you wish.
Day 3: Subic
Visit Ocean Adventure, a leading conservatory for rescued wildlife, and watch a whale and
dolphin show, a sea lion show, and a rescue center presentation ( swimming-optional). Later on,
explore the 25 hectare enclosure of animals aboard a tram in Zoobic Safari and experience tigerfeeding.
Day 4: Ilocos Sur
Ride through the countryside towards the north to Pampanga’s San Guillermo Church, the
Monasterio De Tarlac, and the Sta. Maria Church before arriving at Vigan, Ilocos Sur. Explore
the colonial town aboard a kales. See Plaza Burgos, the Hidden Garden, the St. Paul
Metropolitan Church, Baluarte ni Chavit, the Archbishop’s Palace, Plaza Salcedo, the UNESCO
or World Heritage Site, Cristy’s Loom-weaving Factory, Burgos Museum, Crisologo Museum, a
Jar Factory and the famous Abel-Iloco. check in hotel
Day 5: Ilocos Sur-Ilocos Norte
Ride on to Ilocos Norte and have your city tour. Visit Paoay Church, Bacarra Church, Sta.
Monica Church ruins and torture chambers, the Malacañang of the North, Mausoleum, Marcos
Museum, Sinking Bell Tower, the Baguio Wind Farm windmills and the Kapurpurawan Rock
formation viewpoint.
Day 6: Ilocos Norte- Cagayan Valley
Check-out from the Fort Ilocandia and travel for Cagayan Valley via Pagudpud. See Pagudpud
Beach and Patapat Bridge on the way. Check in your hotel at Tuguegarao
Day 7: Cagayan Valley
Have your Cagayan Valley city tour and visit the Cagayan Calvary Hills, the Callao Cave by the
Penablanca River, and the Our Lady of Piat Church. Stop by the local souvenir shops
afterwards.
Day 8: Cagayan Valley-Banaue-Sagada
Check out from hotel and move on to the mountains of Cordillera to Banaue to see the famed
Banaue Rice Terraces. Afterwards, head straight for Sagada, and check in at you inn.
Day 9: Sagada
Start off the day with a climb down Sumaguing Cave ( spelunking-optional ) for beautiful natural
formations. Afterwards, visit the Ganduyan museum for a glimpse into the local indigenous
people’s culture, before going to Sagada Weaving. Finally, take a short trek to Bokong Falls.
Day 10: Sagada
Continue your city tour and visit St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, the Sagada Cemetery and hike
down with the local guides to see the Hanging Coffins of Echo Valley, the Lumiang Burial Cave
and their Underground River.
Day 11: Sagada
Take on the Marlboro Mountains for its extraordinary trail and hidden Blue Mountain.
Afterwards, visit Sagada Pottery.
Day 12: Sagada-Baguio
Check-out of the inn and move on to Baguio to check in your hotel.
Day 13: Baguio
Have a city tour and see Burnham Park, the Presidential Residence on official visits: the Mansion
House, and the adjacent Wright Park, the Botanical Gardens, and the Baguio Cathedral, known
for its distinctive rose-colored exterior. Also climb the 252 steps of Lourdes Grotto before
visiting the Strawberry Fields and exploring the Philippine Military Academy, the Philippine
Military School of the Armed Forces. Finally, visit Mines View Park and Baguio’s Silver Shops
for its well-known sterling silver.
Day 14: Baguio
Spend the day as you wish and explore the sprawling mountain city and shopping of local
products.
Day 15: Baguio
Visit famous BenCab Museums and Balatoc Mining Tour ( subject for availability ).
Day 16: Baguio – Manila
Check-out from hotel and travel back to Manila. Check in your hotel the spend your free time
discovering the rest of the bustling Philippine capital. Visit its many museums or siply lose track
of time in one of its large shopping centers, it’s all up to you.
Day 17: Manila
Check-out from hotel and transfer out to airport.
Highlights of Ilocos
8D7N codeC16 USD’639.00/person – minimum of 20 participants
Day 1: Manila
Transfer in from airport and check in hotel.
Day 2: Manila
Discover Manila’s historical sites. Visit Rizal Park, the execution site and monument to the
national hero Dr. Jose Rizal with 24 hour honor guard facing Manila Bay. Explore the walled
city of Intramuros aboard a kalesa and visit Fort Santiago, the San Agustin Church and Museum,
Lights and Sounds Museum, and Bahay Tsinoy, among others.
Day 3: Manila-Ilocos
Ride north through the countryside toward Ilocos. check in at Ilocos Hotel.
Day 4: Ilocos Sur
Travel to Ilocos Sur and explore the colonial town aboard a kalesa. See Plaza Burgos, the
Hidden Garden, St. Paul Metropolitan Church, Baluarte ni Chavit, the Archbishop’s Palace,
Plaza Salcedo, the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cristy’s Loom-weaving Factory, Burgos
Museum, Crisologo Museum, a Jar Factory and the famous Abel-Iloco.
Day 5: Ilocos Norte
After breakfast, take a scenic ride toward Patapat Bridge and see the Pagudpud Beach.
Afterwards, explore the Kapurpurawan Rock formation viewpoint.
Day 7: Ilocos Norte-Manila
Pack your bags and travel back to Manila.
Day 8: Manila
Check out from hotel and transfer out to airport.
Highlights of Sagada
8D7N codeC17 USD’ 670.00/person
Minimum of 20 participants
Day 1: Manila
Transfer in from airport and check in hotel.
Day 2: Manila
Discover Manila’s historical sites. Visit Rizal Park, the execution site and monument to the
national hero Dr. Jose Rizal with a 24 hour honor guard facing Manila Bay. Explore the walled
city of Intramuros aboard a kalesa and visit Fort Santiago, the San Agustin Church and Museum,
Lights and Sounds Museum, and Bahay Tsinoy, among others.
Optional Tour for day 2: Dinner with Philippine Cultural show USD’ 65.00/person
Day 3: Banaue-Sagada
Check out from hotel and move on to the mountains of the Cordillera to Banaue to see the famed
Banaue Rice Terraces. Afterwards, head straight for Sagada, and check in at your inn.
Day 4: Sagada
Start off the day with a climb down into Sumaguing Cave (spelunking-optional) for beautiful
natural formations. Afterwards, visit Sagada Weaving and the Ganduyan Museum for a glimpse
into the culture of the local indigenous people. Finally, take the short trek to Bokong Falls.
Day 5: Sagada
Continue your city tour and visit St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, the Sagada Cemetery, and hike
down with the local guide to see the Hanging Coffins of Echo Valley, the Lumiang Burial Cave
and the Underground River.
Day 6: Sagada
Take on the exhilarating Marlboro Mountains for its extra-ordinary trail, reminiscent of many
beautiful move settings, and hidden Blue Mountain. Afterwards, visit Sagada Pottery.
Day 7: Manila
Check-out from your inn and take the time to buy local products for souvenirs before you travel
back to Manila.
Day 8: Manila
Check-out from hotel and transfer out to airport.
RESPONSIBILITY
a. Haranah Tours corporation shall be responsible to the tour participant for supplying the
services and accommodations described in its website, except where such services cannot be
supplied or the itinerary used is changed due to delays or other causes of whatever kind or nature
beyond the control of Haranah Tours Corporation. In such circumstances, Haranah Tours
Corporation will do its best to supply comparable services, accommodations and itineraries and
there shall be no refund in this connection.
b. In the absence of our own negligence, Haranah Tours Corporation shall not be responsible for
any cancellations or for acts of any service providers concerned, diversions or substitution of
equipment of any act, variations, postponements, omission or default whatsoever by air carriers,
land carriers, hoteliers or hotels, transportation companies, or any persons providing any of the
services and accommodations to tour any of the services and accommodations to tour
participants including any result thereof, such as changes in services, accommodations or
facilities necessitated by the same. Nor shall it be liable for any loss or damage to baggage or
property, or for injury, illness or death, of for any damages or claims whatsoever arising from
loss, negligence or delay from the act, error, omission, default or negligence of any person not its
direct employee or under exclusive control, including any act, error, omission, default or
negligence or delay from the act, error, omission, default or negligence of any person not its
direct employee or under exclusive control, including any act, error, omission, default, or
negligence of the Philippine government or governmental authority, officer or employee. All
baggage and personal effects are at all times and in all circumstances at the risk of the tour
participant. Baggage insurance is recommended. The carriers, accommodation and other
suppliers providing services are independent contractors and are not agents, employees, servants
or joint ventureers of Haranah Tours Corporation. All certificates and other travel documents for
services issued by Haranah Tours Corporation are subject to the terms and conditions specified
by the carriers and suppliers and to the laws of the Philippines were the services are supplied.
Carriage by sea is subject to the Carriers’ Conditions of Carriage, Haranah Tours Corporation is
not responsible to any criminal conduct by third parties. c. Haranah Tours Corporation shall not
be liable for any injury, illness, or death or any loss or damages or claims whatsoever arising
from any accidents or incidents because of the failure of the tour participant to observe safety
measures and procedures mandated by law. d. All bookings made with any provider or any
transport, facilities, meals, other goods or any services are subject to terms and conditions
imposed by them. Haranah Tours Corporation does not accept any responsibility or liability for
your acts, omissions, defaults, conduct, state of health, condition or circumstances. e. It is the
responsibility of the tour participant to comply with the terms, conditions or requirements of any
service provider, or the Philippine government, or to bear any cost or losses incurred as a
consequence of the tour participant to ensure that he/she and the tour participant to ensure that
he/she and the members of his/her group do not behave in a way which is inappropriate or causes
danger, distress, offence or damage to others or which risks damage to property belonging to
others ( including but not limited to drunkenness and air rage ) while on his/her trip. If, in our
reasonable opinion or that of our suppliers, the tour participant’s behavior is inappropriate and
causes danger, distress, offfence, or damage to others, or risks damage to property belonging to
others, we and/or our suppliers (e.g. hotel managers, airline pilots ) may take appropriate action
in order to ensure the safety and comfort of our customers and their property and that of our
suppliers, including terminating the tour participant’s trip, in which case our and our supplier’s
responsibility to him/her will cease immediately and him/her will not be eligible for any refunds,
payments of compensation and/or any reimbursement of any cost or expenses he/she may incur
as a result of such termination. Further, he/she will be liable to reimburse us for any expenses
we incur necessarily as a result of such termination.
RESERVATIONS AND PAYMENT
a. For booking, reservations and tour customizations, email [email protected] or log on
to www.facebook.com/haranahtourscorporation
b. Your reservation will be confirmed upon receipt of a tour deposit of 250 USD within 7 days
of booking or the reservation will automatically be cancelled. Final payment should be made at
least 45 days prior to tour date.
c. Payment in full is required at time of booking for reservations made less than 45 days before
tour date.
d. Haranah Tours Corporation reserves the right to cancel the reservation and impose
cancellation charges should payments not be received within the above specified period.
e. Any change or substitute of a passenger name within 45 days of departure will be deemed a
cancellation, and applicable cancellation fees will be applied.
f. Reservations will be cancelled if final payment is not received 45 days prior to tour date.
g. It is a condition of booking that we do not accept any bookings/reservations from a person
aged under 18 years old. If it comes to our attention that a booking has been made by a person
under 18 years old, then we are entitled to cancel any booking that is in reach of these terms. In
this instance no refunds will be given.
BOOKING CHANGES, CANCELLATIONS AND REFUNDS
a. Booking changes: a fee of 20 USD per person (per change) will be charged for any revision or
alteration made to a reservation after the booking is confirmed unless the change increases the
value of booking. A change of tour date or tour itinerary within 45 days prior to tour date of
equivalent or greater value, in which case an amendment fee of 20 USD per person ( per change)
will be charged. b. Cancellations: if you cancel 45 days or more prior to tour date, your USD
deposit will not be refunded, nor can it be credited to any other booking. Notice of cancellation
must be in writing directly to Haranah Tours Corporation. Refunds will not be given for any no
shows. c. Illness or absenteeism: In the event of the tour participant’s withdrawal from a tour
after commencement for reasons of illness, he/she must obtain a medical certificate in support of
any insurance claim. No refunds can be made for absences from a tour including but not limited
to missed meals or sightseeing. Haranah Tours Corporation makes no representation or
guarantees concerning reimbursement of funds paid by the tour participant under any insurance
claims. d. Airlines and airfares: Changes to flight itineraries and name changes may result in
penalties by Haranah Tours Corporation and/or the airline concerned and will be passed on to the
tour participant.
GENERAL INFORMATION AND CONDITIONS
a. Tour Prices: Are based on costs, charges, tariff rates, prices, taxes, levies and exchange rate as
of 30 April 2013. No surcharges regarding cost or currency fluctuations will be made to the
LAND only price once the deposit is received. This guarantee however, excludes potential fuel
surcharges and does not apply to taxes, charges or levies imposed by any government agencies.
Airport taxes are subject to change. No refund will be made if costs are reduced. b. Tour
participation: Children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. Haranah Tours
Corporation strives to provide safe, enjoyable and memorable travel experience for all tour
participants. Haranah welcomes tour participants with special needs or disabilities. However,
please take note of the following: Tour participants are required to advice Haranah Tours
Corporation, at the time of booking, of any physical, medical or other special needs that require
accommodating. All tour participants must ensure that they are medically and physically fit for
travel. Haranah Tours Corporation may also exclude an individual from participating in a tour or
an activity if that individual’s participation poses a direct threat to health or safety. Haranah
Tours corporation does not provide personal devices (such as wheelchairs, hearing aids or
prescription glasses) or services of a personal nature ( such as pushing a wheelchair or assistance
in eating, toileting or dressing). A companion capable of providing such assistance must
accompany any tour participant who requires services of a personal nature. Haranah Tours
Corporation does not employ medical personnel. Any necessary medical attention will be
provided by a local facility at the expense of the tour participant. Haranah Tours Corporation is
not responsible or liable for any losses or costs incurred as a result of medical services obtained
while on tour, or for the quality of the care or services received. Tour participants should be
aware some tours include rough terrain, extensive walking over cobblestone streets, uneven
pavement, steps and locations which may not be easily accessible or accessible by wheelchair.
During the tour, Haranah Tours Corporation may make arrangements with carriers, hotels and
other independent suppliers to provide travel services. These parties are independent entities over
which Haranah Tours Corporation may make arrangements with carriers, hotels and other
independent suppliers to provide travel services. These parties are independent entities over
which Haranah Tours Corporation has no control. Haranah Tours Corporation cannot guarantee
disability access or accommodation. Haranah Tours Corporation may, in its sole discretion,
decline the booking of any tour participant/s or remove any tour participant who cannot comply
or refuses to comply with Haranah Tours Corporation’s terms and conditions. Haranah Tours
Corporation is not responsible for any costs incurred in the event a tour participant is removed
from a tour. Tour participants agree not to hold Haranah Tours corporation liable for any actions
taken under these terms and conditions. Holidays and Changes: During local or national
holidays, certain facilities such as museums, sightseeing tours and shopping may be limited. In
such instances, and whenever possible, sight itinerary changes are made by Haranah Tours
Corporation to minimize inconvenience to our tour participants. If, however, the tour participant
feels that his/her enjoyment might be diminished by such limitations, he/she must check
Philippine Tourism Office before selecting a specified tour date. Similarly, holidays, closing
days and other circumstances may necessitate a change of the day of the week for scheduled
highlight, dinners, sightseeing or other activities. Extended Stays: Tour participants should be
aware that if his/her extra night hotel is not the hotel where he/she tours begins and ends, he/she
will be responsible for his/her own transfer arrangement at his/her own expense. Tour
Cancellation: Haranah Tours Corporation reserves the right to cancel or re-schedule any tour
departure in accordance with operating requirements or circumstances beyond its control.
Haranah Tours Corporation will, whenever possible, offer an alternative tour of similar
standards. If there is a difference in cost, it will be at the tour participant’s expense. If an
alternative tour is not accepted by the tour participants within operating deadlines, we will refund
all monies paid to Haranah Tours Corporation and will be under no further obligation or liability.
Haranah Tours Corporation is not responsible for any additional cost/penalties incurred on travel
arrangements and air tickets purchase separately from the air and land inclusive package. Travel
Insurance: Haranah Tours corporation recommends that all tour participants purchase
comprehensive travel insurance. Data Protection: 1. In order to process tour participant’s
booking, Haranah Tours Corporation will need to use personal information from them and their
companions included in his/her booking, which may include each tour participants name,
address, phone number, e-mail address, passport number, credit/debit card number and sensitive
information such as health, medical, dietary, mobility, religious or other special requirements.
This information may be passed onto other suppliers for his/her travel arrangements in addition
to public authorities (such as sending mail, processing payments, providing marketing
assistance). 2. Haranah Tours Corporation may also use the personal information provided by the
tour participant to review and improve the tours and services we offer, and to contact the tour
participant (by post, e-mail and/or phone) about other tours and services offered by Haranah
Tours Corporation that he/she may be interested in.
SERVICES
For additional services, we are also offering Educational Fieldtrips, School Visits, English
Proficiency Programs, Cultural and Heritage Tours, Ecological Tours, Company Outings,
Retreats and Team Buildings, Seminars and Conventions, Customized holidays and Bus Rentals,
among others. For additional information, please feel free to contact us and our dedicated staff
and will send you a proposal more suited to your requirements.
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