If you fancy meeting warm, friendly and constantly optimistic people with a backdrop of jungle-filled islands fringed by beautiful beaches, then the Philippines is the place to go. Not only are Filipinos welcoming to visitors, they have a zest for life that is infectious...so get ready to be infected!
If the people of a country are courteous, you can be sure the same is true of staff in the hotels in the Philippines. Expect high quality service with a smile at all times when you stay in any of the hotels the Philippines has.
You cannot expect to get round all 7,000 islands and stay in all the hotels the Philippines offers on your break, so you will have to choose which are the best parts to explore. For a beach holiday and some of the best hotels in the Philippines try Boracay, the liveliest resort. If you want a bit of quiet, there is Port Barton on the west side of Palawan.
For island hopping, the Philippines is a dream as the islands are close together and boats flit between them all the time. There are many uninhabited islands off the Zambales Coast which is not that far from the capital, Manila.
Water sports and trekking are for the active holidaymaker. The Cordillera mountain range on Luzon winds through rice terraces, dubbed ‘the eighth wonder of the world’ and tribal villages, while snorkelling with whale sharks or white water rafting down the Cagayan River adds to the thrill of being in such a beautiful place.
As this area of Southeast Asia becomes more popular, it is advisable to book ahead for the hotels in the Philippines through BudgetAir. Whereas previously, you probably could have wandered up to any of the hotels in the Philippines and got a room for the night, now it is not worth the risk.
Using BudgetAir to book hotels in the Philippines will solve all your problems. From luxurious hotels in the Philippines to just a shack on the beach, the range of hotels the Philippines offers is endless. Searching through BudgetAir’s extensive list of accommodation is easy, as is booking a room, so go ahead and do it.
The Philippines is a force of nature, born out of volcanoes and sporting mud springs, rainforests, waterfalls and underground rivers. The people of the Philippines are also an enigma, living in Asia but more Latin in temperament.