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Budget-Friendly Destinations Near Manila

>> Oct 2, 2017

Cheap flight tickets and airfare promos might be abundant and attractive to many. But nearest getaways from Manila are still the top option for us Filipino workaholics who have responsibilities to tackle. Looking for a respite to let away your worries with a short getaway? Let your temptation to pack your bags take over as checking out the best places for a roadtrip near Manila won’t hurt as much – won’t even break your bank.

Anawangin and Nagsasa Cove
Situated at the foot of Mt. Pinatubo, Zambales beaches, namely Anawangin and Nagsasa Coves have attracted many tourists for its ashen shores and agoho trees. That is why people who have been there would agree that these destinations are Baguio and Boracay combined. You may also add Capones and Camara Islands to your tour, just do not forget to inform your bangkero or tour guide. A day trip will only cost you and your friends around P1200-P1500 per person.

Taal Volcano
It’s time to see the view up-close and personal and spend only P1000 to P1500 range. From Manila, the drive is approximately two to three hours to the jump off point at Talisay, Batangas where you can see locals waving their signs for boat rentals and tour to take you to the volcano island. if sun is your friend, then you can enjoy the long trek. But for those who wants to go in style, you can opt for a horse ride for a fee.

Anilao, Batangas
Exploring the vast mystery of the blue sea is only three hours away for Manila divers. There are a number of scuba diving and snorkeling sites in Mabini, Batangas that you can check out. You can score two dives and a meal for around P2,500! If you just want to unwind for your need of ‘vitamin sea’, Sombrero Island is the ultimate stop for your kind. After a water adventure and you have more energy to spare, you can climb Mt. Gulugod Baboy.

If you are looking for budget-friendly destinations where you can maximize your budget in one place, Bataan has a lot of stops to offer to travelers. if you’re not planning to drive, you need not worry as most destinations are accessible through public transport.In Mount Samat, you will see the famous shrine where you can pay homage to our World War Two Battle of Bataan soldiers. It’s recommended that you swing by Dunsulan Falls as it is only situated at the foot of Mount Samat. For 300, adventures travelers can experience nature on the six-stage Tree Hopping Adventure which consist of hanging stairways, hanging bridges, and a zipline ride.A Bataan trip won’t be complete without hopping in at the afternoon heritage tour at Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Bagac. Travel back to the 18th century Philippines, and gander at more than 20 ancestral manors.

For adrenaline junkies will find that Deca Wakeboard Park is an awesome idea. And for those who are seeking some new outdoor fun facility, Porac brings you giant inflatables and other activities such as ATVs, Giant Swing and Aerial Walk Challenge. Curious travelers can also try the first and only gravity car in Zoocobia. After a long day, you can never resist a food trip adventure. More so if your destination is at the culinary capital of the country. It’s imperative that you try the birth place of the famous sisig at Aling Lucing’s. Other must-try restaurants are Mila’s Tokwa’t Baboy, Camalig Restaurant, Binulo Restaurant to name a few.

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