Field Trip 1: Intramuros Tour (day tour)
Located in Manila, Intramuros is the oldest district and historic core of the city. It is the only district of Manila where Spanish-era influences are still present.
Field Trip 2: Malacañang Palace, Ayala Museum Tour (day tour)
The Malacañang Palace is the official residence and principal workplace of the President of the Philippines. It was built during the Spanish colonial era. The Malacañang Palace current contains 10 existing halls: the entrance hall that depicts murals from Philippine mythology and the precolonial period, the Heroes Hall, the Grand Staircase, the Reception Hall, the Rizal Ceremonial Hall, the State Dining Room, the Presidential Study, the Music Room, and Private Quarters.
Field Trip 3: Baguio City Tour (2 nights 3 days)
Located in the province of Benguet in the Cordillera Administraive Region is Baguio City. Due to its cool climate, it was designated by the Philippine Commission as the “Summer Capital” of the Philippines. Notable places in Baguio City include: BenCab Museum, Philippine Military Academy, Session Road, and Burnham Park.
Field Trip 4: Cebu City Tour (2 nights, 3 days)
Cebu City is the capital of the province of Cebu. There are a significant number of Filipino-Spanish heritage buildings including: Basilica Minore del Santo Niño, Fort San Pedro, and Magellan’s Cross.
Field Trip 5: Corregidor Island Tour and American Cemetery Visit (day tour)
Corregidor is a historic monument that displays military installments used during World War II. Included on this island are the following sites and memorials: Pacific War Memorial, Malinta Tunnel, Filipino Heroes Memorial, Japanese Garden of Peace, and the Corregidor Lighthouse.