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Philippine Pilgrimage Tour

Our Lady of Manaoag Church
Our Lady of Manaoag Church
Manila Cathedral
Manila Cathedral
Kamay ni Hesus
Kamay ni Hesus
San Agustin Church
San Agustin Church
St. Padre Pio Shrine
St. Padre Pio Shrine
Baclaran Church
Baclaran Church
Kamay ni Hesus Shrine Healing Church
Kamay ni Hesus Shrine Healing Church
Manila Cathedral
Manila Cathedral
St. Padre Pio Shrine
St. Padre Pio Shrine
7 Days 6 Nights Philippine Pilgrimage Tour from $1,582/person
The Philippines has more to offer aside from its world-renowned attractions. Being a predominantly Christian nation, this country is also rich in awe-inspiring religious sites. And since making a visit to sacred places have long been a Christian tradition, make your next visit a fulfilling one as you join this 7-day journey of beauty and faith across five different places. Immerse in the sights, sounds and history of Jesus’s miracles, healing and sacrifices. This faith-based tour package comes complete with daily accommodation, meals, tour guide, sightseeing, activities and the convenience of roundtrip transfers throughout the trip, and an optional activity to see Pope Francis during his visit in Manila.
To start off your Philippine Pilgrimage Tour, visit Our Lady of Manaoag and take a brief tour in and around Pangasinan. Head off to Sto. Tomas, Batangas and take a spiritual tour to Padre Pio Shrine and proceed to the renowned site of Kamay ni Hesus in Lucban, Quezon. Go on a countryside tour in Tagaytay, enjoy the fantastic sights of its verdant highlands and cool weather. Visit the the Pink Sister's Convent, Good Shepherd Convent and Sacred Heart of Jesus in Montemaria, Tagaytay. Conclude your tour by visiting the popular churches in Manila - Baclaran Church and Quiapo Church; and the historical churches in the walled city of Intramuros - Manila Cathedral and San Agustin.

Location: Manila, Batangas, Tagaytay, Lucban, Pangasinan

Pilgrimage Sights

  • Our Lady of Manaoag, Pangasinan - Pilgrim Center of the North

    The church, administered by the Dominican Order in the Archdiocese of Lingayen, Dagupan, is a prominent pilgrim site among Catholics. Our Lady of Manaoag, also known as Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary of Manaoag, is the patroness of the helpess, needy, and the sick. The miraculous centuries-old ivory image seats atop the high altar of the Basilica.

  • Kamay ni Hesus, Lucban, Quezon - Parish of the healing priest, Fr. Joey

    It is one of the Philippines’ most-visited religious which features the main attraction – Kamay ni Hesus image. The stairway, made of rocks and stones, leads to the image located atop a small hill. Devotees who would climb hundreds of steps come with a prayer, or to thank God for blessings and answered prayers. Those who cannot reach the grotto may visit and pray at the shrine’s chapel. The surrounding area is filled with greeneries at attractions such as the Garden of Eden and Noah’s Ark, where people get to enjoy the fresh ambiance while learning about the religious teachings of the Bible.

  • Padre Pio Shrine, Sto. Tomas, Batangas

    Catholic devotees come to the newly-built St. Padre Pio Shrine for veneration, devotion, and blessings. Many also come for mass, and thanksgiving received through Saint Padre Pio’s the interventions. The church is made of native products such as bamboo, stone, wood and sasa. The roof’s design resembles that of a salakot which is a reminder of God’s protection from evil and harm. Overall, the construction of the church depicts a structure of a Filipino character.

  • Sacred Heart of Jesus in Montemaria, Tagaytay

    A retreat and worship place in Tagaytay where the shrine to Mary Mother of Poor and the Sacred Heart of Jesus will stand as the Tower of Security, Peace and Strength.

  • Good Shepherd Convent - Adoration Convent & Retreat House in Tagaytay

    It is one of Tagaytay’s well-known places of worship. Aside from this, the Good Shepherd Convent is famous for its delicious ube jam, buko pie, peanut brittle and other

  • Pink Sister's Convent Tagaytay - Adoration Convent of Divine Mercy

    It is among the most visited monasteries in Tagaytay where nuns are distinctly dressed in pink

  • Baclaran Church

    Known as the Redemptorist Church, the Baclaran Church is a Latin Rite Roman Catholic parish church in Manila City. It is recognized as one of the biggest Marian churches in the Philippines. The modern Romanesque church houses the icon of Our Mother of Perpetual Help. Every Wednesday devotees troop to the church to hear mass and join in praying the Novena to Our Mother of Perpetual Help. The liturgical feast of the icon is celebrated every 27th of June. The first church’s construction in 1932 was made of wood. The current construction is the third built on the Baclaran site.

  • Quiapo Church

    The Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene in the district of Quiapo in Manila City is one of the most famous Catholic churches in the Philippines. It houses the popular miraculous Black Nazarene which was first brought to Bagumbayan’s Church of San Juan Bautista in 1606 then to the bigger Recollect Church of San Nicolas de Tolentino two years after. It was in 1787, when the image was transferred to its present location. Canonically recognized as Saint John the Baptist Parish, the Baroque-designed church is under the Archdiocese of Manila. Apart from daily hourly masses, the church is also known to hold novena every Friday where hundreds flock to the church. Catholic devotees across the Philippines come to Manila to join the annual feast of the Black Nazarene celebrated every 9th of January.

  • San Agustin Church

    The San Agustin Church, recognized as one of the country’s oldest churches, is located within historic walled city (Intramuros). Completed in 1571, the first church was made from native materials such as bamboo and nipa. Series of fire incidents and several earthquakes brought about reconstructions. At present the church, which depicts rich Spanish-colonial architecture has withstood natural disasters and is also recognized as a UNESCO historical landmark.

  • Manila Cathedral

    Formerly recognized as the Church of Manila. It was in 1579 when the church was raised into a cathedral after which it underwent several reconstructions due to fire and earthquakes. This Roman Catholic Basilica, also known as Manila Metropolitan Cathedral-Basilica, is located within the historic Intramuros district in Manila City, and is dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary.

  • Caleruega Church


Depart from San Francisco/Los Angeles/Las Vegas for Manila on Philippine Airlines


Arrive in Manila at the Centennial Airport Terminal 2. From there meet the Mango Tours airport representative and have yourself transferred to the hotel in a private car or van. Upon arrival check in and spend the night at Dusit Thani Manila


Have your breakfast at the hotel and then have an early departure to Pangasinan via a private car or van. Go on a Spiritual Tour at OUR LADY OF MANAOAG SHRINE. Go have your lunch afterwards at local restaurant with afternoon snacks too. Tour Pangasinan with shopping protion for souvenirs and delicacies. Enjoy an overnight at Dusit Thani Manila


Enjoy breakfast at the hotel once again. Afterwards, meet and be assisted by a Mango Tours and Travel representative. They will take you to a Spiritual Tour at PADRE PIO SHRINE IN STO. TOMAS, Batangas. Afterwards, have a Spiritual Tour at KAMAY NI HESUS in Lucban, Quezon. For lunch you’ll be eating at the PALAISDAAN RESTAURANT. Afterwards, you will be return to Manila. Once you arrive, check-in at Dusit Thani Manila for your stay.


Have breakfast at the hotel before meeting your Mango Tours and Travel representative who will guide and assist you through your Whole day Tagaytay Tour. Enjoy a lunchtime meal at JOSEPHINE’s RESTAURANT. Continue your tour of Tagaytay City before a check-in and stay at Taal Vista Hotel.


Have your hotel breakfast before enjoying some free time to explore and relax. Depart from Tagaytay for Manila. Enjoy another night at Dusit Thani Manila.


Have your breakfast at the hotel to keep up your energy for the Whole Day Manila Pilgrimage Tour. Visit some of the Philippines well-known churches like the BACLARAN CHURCH, QUIAPO CHURCH, SAN AGUSTIN CHURCH and, the famous MANILA CATHEDRAL. Return to Dusit Thani Manila for a nights rest.


Have your last hotel breakfast for the trip then check-out of the hotel. Manila for San Francisco/Los Angeles

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7 Days 6 Nights Philippine Pilgrimage Tour
Duration: 7 Days /6 Nights Package Inclusions:
  • Five (5) nights accommodation at Dusit Thani Manila
  • Five (5) buffet breakfasts
  • Whole Day Manaoag Tour with lunch
  • Whole Day Kamay Ni Hesus and Padre Pio Shrine Tour with lunch
  • Overnight stay at Taal vista Hotel with one (1) breakfast
  • Tour of Tagaytay City including visitation at Sacred Heart of Montemaria with lunch
  • Tour of Manila Churches with lunch
  • Car rental for the whole duration of tours
per person