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DAY 01 HOLY WEDNESDAY – ARRIVE MANILA (D)
Meet & greet at Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). The capital of the Philippines, its heart and soul, is Manila. It sets the rhythm of life in this archipelago and is a pulsating hub that blends the Oriental with the Occidental, the quaint with the modern, the mundane with the extraordinary. Manila was born out of the ashes of a once flourishing Malay settlement by the banks of the Pasig River. In 1571, Miguel Lopez de Legazpi established the Ever Loyal City of Manila which, until 1898, was the seat of Spanish colonial rule in Asia. He built the city within walls and called it Intramuros. Manila is dubbed the Asian capital with a Latin demeanor but Filipino soul. Proceed to EDSA Shrine for mass. Visit St. Paul’s Religious Store in Makati. Dinner with cultural show. Overnight in Manila
DAY 02 MAUNDY THURSDAY – MANILA (B, L, D)
Breakfast at hotel. Proceed to SM Mall of Asia for souvenir shopping. Last Supper Mass at Baclaran Church then Visita Iglesia visiting San Sebastian Church, Quiapo Church, Binondo Church, Manila Cathedral, San Agustin Church, Ermita Church, and Malate Church. Lunch and dinner at local restaurant. Overnight in Manila
DAY 03 GOOD FRIDAY – MANILA-PAMPANGA (B, L, D)
Breakfast at hotel then check out. Proceed to Pampanga to witness the crucifixion rites at San Pedro Cutud. Visit Betis Church then proceed to Bacolor Church for the Good Friday Santo Entierro procession. Lunch and dinner at local restaurant. Overnight in Clark.
DAY 04 BLACK SATURDAY – PAMPANGA-ANTIPOLO-RIZAL-MANILA (B, L, D)
Breakfast at hotel then check out. Proceed to Antipolo Church then Regina RICA for reflection. Souvenir shopping at Greenhills then proceed to hotel for check in then rest. Easter Vigil and Salubong at Manila Cathedral. Lunch and dinner at local restaurant. Overnight in Manila
DAY 05 EASTER SUNDAY- MANILA-TAGAYTAY (B, L, D)
Breakfast at hotel then check out. Proceed to Lourdes Church and Pink Sisters in Tagaytay. Tagaytay sits on a ridge 685 meters above Taal Lake and its active island-volcano. From a vantage point along the ridge, one can get a good look of the seemingly placid but volatile Taal Volcano surrounded by the gleaming waters of the lake. Tagaytay is known as the country’s second summer capital (next to Baguio) because of its cool, breezy, and at times foggy weather. The extensive fruit and flower gardens lining the main road are attributed to its rich, fertile soil. Tagaytay is also a popular destination for people who wish to marvel at Taal Volcano – the world’s smallest active volcano. Lunch and dinner at local restaurant. Overnight in Tagaytay
DAY 06 MONDAY – TAGAYTAY-VILLA ESCUDERO-LUCBAN (B, L, D)
Breakfast at hotel then check out. Proceed to Villa Escudero – a functioning coconut plantation which offers a peek into the alluring Philippine country life. We tour the plantation on a cart drawn by a carabao (water buffalo). There’s also an estate museum that holds a collection of historic, religious, and cultural artifacts dating from the pre-Hispanic era to World War I. Lunch is served beside a man-made waterfall – tables set within the water allow diners to immerse their feet in the cool rushing water. Complete the day with a swim in the villa’s spring-fed pools. Cultural shows every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Afternoon proceed to Lucban to see Kamay ni Hesus. Dinner at local restaurant. Overnight in Lucban.
DAY 07 TUESDAY – LUCBAN-MANILA-DEPARTURE (B, L)
Breakfast at hotel then check out. Return to Manila. Lunch and last-minute shopping at SM Mall of Asia then transfer to airport for departure.