Why stay in the Philippines
With over 7,000 beautiful islands scattered all over the country, including Cebu, El Nido
it’s no doubt why many travellers dream about having the ultimate tropical getaway here in the Philippines. This destination is like no other—stunning beaches, warm weather, delicious cuisine, and not to mention hospitable people. Book a villa in the Philippines
and discover the Pearl of the Orient’s best-kept pieces of paradise.
Villas in the Philippines
A tropical place like this is best enjoyed with your very own Philippines villa,
where you can relax, laze around, and enjoy the destination at your own leisure. Our accommodations are conveniently located in places near the islands’ must-see attractions. Our villas are spacious and come with private pools.
But the best part of it all is that you can treat it as your very own sanctuary sitting in a piece of paradise—your home away from home. Simply let our Concierge team
what you want, and we will arrange it for you.
Activities and points of interest in the Philippines
Here, you’ll find a plethora of islands where you can book a Philippines villa that fits exactly what you need for your island getaway. Some of the most popular destinations include Boracay, Cebu, Davao, and Palawan,
which are all famous for island-hopping and watersport activities.
Family activities in the Philippines
Philippines villas are a favourite choice of our family guests due to a good selection of kid-friendly activities on the islands
surrounding it. Fly to Boracay where children can enjoy building castles with its fine white sands. For the adventurous kiddos, head over to Cebu to swim with a swarm of sardines and whale sharks. Davao, on the other hand, is awesome for its incredible wildlife. And for breathtaking views, we highly suggest exploring Palawan.
Philippine’s restaurants, cafes & bars
If you want to explore the island right to its very core, the best way to go is through your stomach. Never leave your Philippines villa without getting a taste of an authentic adobo
, a pork stew in soy sauce and vinegar. Another Pinoy classic is sinigang,
a sour broth filled with meat and a variety of vegetables. But don’t forget to leave a room for dessert! Halo-halo,
a Filipino version of a shaved ice dessert, is nothing but a cup of perfection for Philippine’s tropical weather.