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Corregidor Tour

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Corregidor is an historic island not far from Manila Bay. The tadpole shaped island is in the province of Bataan. Also called "the rock" it served as a fortress of Manila Bay during World War II. There are huge canons and guns used by american soldiers during WWII, with ruins and barracks to see during your visit. .There is also a lighthouse which you can climb up and have a look over the whole island. Last stop is the Malinta tunnel, where they display a spectacular light and sound show re-telling the fall of corregidor. Apart from the war relics and history, Corregidor Island features many beautiful beaches and wilderness areas. Overnight accommodations are also available for those who wish to spend more time exploring the island.

Corregidor Island Day Tour.
Corregidor is known the world over for its role in war, bravery, and history. It is three miles long and 1 ½ miles at its widest point, facing the China Sea and flanked by the provinces of Bataan and Cavite. A rock island remarkably shaped like a tadpole at the entrance of Manila Bay, Corregidor's strategic location was vital in the defense of Manila during World War II.

Correjidor Tour

The name 'Corregidor' came from the Spanish 'corregir', or 'to correct', since the island was a checkpoint for vessels entering Manila Bay during the Spanish and American occupations. Perhaps it is Corregidor's geographical proximity to Bataan and existing inaccurate historical writings that cause many to associate the rock island with the Death March, which came shortly after the Fall of Bataan.

Correjidor Tour

Today, Corregidor's rich history continues to draw Filipino and foreign tourists alike, making the island one of the most visited tourist spots in the country. For first-time Filipino visitors, Corregidor reacquaints them with the past and helps them discover their national identity. The island is the home of many historical treasures such as:

Malinta Tunnel - Completed in 1922, Malinta Tunnel was formerly an arsenal and underground hospital. Located under the Malinta hill, it served as bomb-proof headquarters for Fil-American troops during World War II.

Lighthouse - Originally built by the Spaniards on 1836 and one of Corregidor's oldest landmarks, the Lighthouse offers a great view of Manila Bay, the South China Sea, and the rest of the island. It is located at Topside and is 628 feet above sea level.

Topside and Middleside - Like a virtual museum, Topside and Middleside include remains of soldiers' and officers' barracks like the Mile-Long Barracks, and many artillery batteries such as Battery Hearn.

President Manuel L. Quezon Park - A statue of President Quezon stands at the north entrance of the Malinta Tunnel's 1,000-bed hospital where he was inaugurated as the President of the Commonwealth for a second term at the height of the Japanese attack in Corregidor.

General Douglas MacArthur Park - A statue of the General stands at the Lorcha Dock ruins at Bottomside where he boarded a boat to Mindanao on March 11, 1942. He then sailed to Australia where he sent his famous message: "I shall return."

Japanese Garden of Peace Park - Located at Tailside, the park features a 10-foot stone Buddha, a Shinto Shrine, and various Japanese soldier memorial shrines and anti-aircraft weapon relics. This is also a place of prayer for Japanese war veterans and their relatives.

While reacquainting its visitors with history, Corregidor shall soon provide more scenic adventures and modern amenities. Remains of barracks and artillery batteries will soon co-exist with shops, restaurants, resorts, and cottages. The Corregidor of the future will be an island of old and new memories, a meeting of history and modernity.

Correjidor Tour

Experience Corregidor, a comprehensive guided tour around the island. Additional activities such as: Hiking, Camping, Picnics, Ghost Hunting, Real Rock Climbing, Conferences, Star Gazing, Snorkling, Bonfires and Fishing are all possible. (Please advise in advance for these activities)

2 people or more Php 7000 each.. If one Php 9000
Discounts available for groups of 4 or more.

FREE hotel pick-up/drop off at any hotel in Makati/Manila
Deluxe air-conditioned roundtrip transportation
Return ferry trip
Entrance fees
Guided tour by local expert
Buffet lunch

This guided tour explores the historic island of Corregidor. Located 25 miles West of Manila, Corregidor Island served as one of the most vital harbor defense of Manila during the war. Some of the points of interest included are the various gun batteries, Mile Long Barracks, Pacific War Memorial, and the famous Malinta Tunnel where guests experience the Light and Sounds Multi-vision Show.

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