Looking for the ultimate Philippines itinerary!? Well, look no further, because spending one month in the Philippines was absolutely one of the best decisions I made during my travels throughout South-East Asia. After my trip was over, I almost booked a return ticket, because to put it simply: 30 days in the Philippines is not enough!
Did you know that there are over 7,107 islands in the Philippines? With the fantastic beaches, world-class diving, stunning landscapes, vibrant festivals, and friendly people — a trip to the Philippines will be something you’ll never forget.
Planning a trip the Philippines can be kind of intimidating because there’s so much you’ll want to see, so I’m here to help you out! This is the Itinerary I used for my month exploring the Philippines. I hope you find it useful, and if you ever have any questions — feel free to email me and I’d be happy to help out!
If you are heading to the Philippines, I always recommend picking up a copy of the Philippines Lonely Planet book! It’s super helpful while you’re on the road.
Philippines Itinerary Breakdown
Before we dive into the exact travel itinerary, here’s a quick breakdown on what to expect in this article. I truly believe it’s the best way to spend a month in the Philippines, as it covers the majority of highlights and attractions!
- Manila (2-3 Days)
- Coron (4-5 Days)
- El Nido (5-7 Days)
- Port Barton and Puerto Princesa (2-3 Days)
- Cebu City & Bohol (3-4 Days)
- Moalboal & Oslob (2 Days)
- Boracay (4-5 Days)
Now the days can vary depending on travel times/ flight prices, and it just depends on your travel style. But this is an excellent route for a Philippines 1 month itinerary, and will be an experience you’ll never forget!
Philippines Itinerary Travel Insurance
If you’re planning on spending 1 month in Philippines, then you’ll absolutely want to be covered!
Southeast Asia can seem very safe to travel to, but you’ll soon hear some horror stories from other travelers you meet. From scooter accidents to water damage, and items going missing. So, please make sure you’re covered before you head out to the Philippines and take out a travel insurance policy.
Getting sick or having items stolen while traveling is rare, but when it does happen, it can be an absolute nightmare. Having insurance (which is essential for visas in some countries) will give you the peace of mind that if anything terrible does happen, you are covered.
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