Corregidor Day Trip from Manila

Corregidor Day Trip from Manila
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$142.27
Duration: 8 hours
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Description

A nostalgic tour of the historical island Corregidor, about 30miles (48km) west of Manila. Also known as "The Rock" and considered as "one of the country's last military bastions", Corregidor island served as one of the harbor defenses of Manila Bay during the Second World War II and the last stronghold of the  Philippines and American Military forces.

You will be met by our tour coordinator at the hotel lobby at 6:45am, and transfer you to the jetty port where you’ll board a 150-seater ferry boat, which will bring you to the island, located about 26miles West of Manila. 

Upon arrival, visitors will board to the pre-war type streetcars called “tramvias” touring around the island fortress. Corredigor Island -- “The Rock” as it became known during World War II, was the last Filipino-American bastion to fall to the Japanese. Enjoy a guided visit to the island’s many “silent guns” and historical landmarks. Be mesmerized by the Light and Sound Show inside the cavernous Malinta Tunnel, which served as General Douglas McArthur’s headquarters during the siege. 

Lunch buffet will be served at the Corregidor Inn around 3pm, we will then take a ferry back to Manila and transfer to the hotel.

A nostalgic tour of the historical island Corregidor, about 30miles (48km) west of Manila. Also known as "The Rock" and considered as "one of the country's last military bastions", Corregidor island served as one of the harbor defenses of Manila Bay during the Second World War II and the last stronghold of the  Philippines and American Military forces.