Philippines Complete Travel Guide

Philippines Complete Travel Guide

Unlock all Philippines Guides - 4 Videos - 1.5+ hours

When people ask me what my favorite country is for travel, I tell them the Philippines. From canyoneering your way to a Gatorade-blue waterfall, swimming with the world’s largest fish, diving WWII shipwrecks and so much more, this will be a trip you won’t want to leave your camera at home for. Best of all, the country is inhabited by some of the friendliest people you will ever meet and they speak English! The Philippines is a country made up of over 7,000 tropical islands which is one of greatest things about the Philippines, but also one of the biggest challenges of visiting. Having traveled the country several times, I have created the perfect itinerary for you to experience this country and save yourself an extremely overwhelming planning process. Let’s make your trip to the Philippines the best trip ever.

After spending over 3 months in the country, I have visited its best attractions and found many of it's hidden gems. This streaming video guide bundle will give you all the tools you need to #GetLost in the Philippines! I designed this guide for all travelers - Backpackers to Luxury Travelers.

Included in the price of this video guide bundle is:

  • Philippines 101 - a bootcamp to what you should know before you go.
  • Philippines Orientation - a discussion of your arrival in Manila and comparing whether you should go to Palawan or Cebu or both (hopefully both!).
  • Palawan Guide - a full guide on what to see and do in the Palawan province.
  • Cebu Guide - a full guide on what to see and do in the Cebu province

Click here to get a FREE preview of the guide!

So, if you are ready to make your own tropical escape, join me and let’s get lost in the Philippines! (Hey, that blue water is calling. Let's go already!)


Please note: 

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With recent events, we can’t guarantee that all the recommended activities, restaurants and locations are still open for visitors.