The Walls of Intramuros
Tour starts at PHP 3,748 per person

Funtastic Holidays

Duration: 4 hours

Witness the charm of the Old Manila beneath the walls of “Intramuros"...

500 years after the circumnavigation that led to the birth of the Spanish era in the Philippines, take a peek at the rich history of the capital city as you witness the charm of the Old Manila beneath the walls of “Intramuros”, a Latin word literally “within the wall.”

Package Inclusions:

  • Private airport transfers
  • Choice of Bambike or Calesa ride experience
  • Services of an English-speaking tour guide
  • Applicable entrance fees during tours

Package Exclusions:

  • Optional Experiences
  • Travel Insurance
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Meals and other incidentals not stipulated in the package inclusions

Terms & Conditions:

  • Rate quoted is per person and in Philippine Peso
  • Rate provided is applicable for bookings with a minimum of 10 pax (adult) and only for the indicated travel period. Otherwise, the rate for this itinerary is subject for re-computation and is available upon request
  • No refund for any unused portion of the tour
  • Rajah Travel Corporation reserves the right to adjust on the tour schedule due to any fortuitous events
  • Full payment prior to the tour departure is required
  • Other services, items, and meals not stated in the inclusions will be charged and settled by the guests
  • Know more about the people in this local community during the Bambike or Calesa ride experience.

  • Chill for a 2-hour Bambike or Calesa ride with quick photo stops throughout Intramuros. Bambike and Calesa Ride experience both support local communities, so let’s make this tour more meaningful.
  • Starting with visiting Fort Santiago, served as a fortress against marauding Chinese Pirates; a prison for Spanish era political prisoners, and a Japanese torture chamber during World War II.
  • Pass by Manila Cathedral, the ecclesiastical seat of the Archdiocese of Manila. Stop by and discover more about San Agustin Church. The first European stone church was designed along Spanish lines in Manila. Built by the Spaniards in the 16th Century, the church survived massive earthquakes in 1863 the World War II battle as well.
  • Proceed to Casa Manila, where one can find a reconstructed Spanish colonial home of the 19th century decorated in period style with antique furniture, fixtures, and Art.
  • The last stop would be at the Rizal’s Bagumbayan Light and Sound Museum. Let’s reminisce his heroism by retracing on his last walk to his execution at nearby Bagumbayan Field, now Luneta Park.
  • Tour will end bringing a memorable experience within the old walled city of Manila.