There is so much to do on Luzon Island, if you leave Manila.
- Baguio and mountain region
- Clark area
- Las Pinas
- Tagaytay Area
Also, there is Viaje del Sol (= way of the sun) a route that traverses Quezon Province and Batangas. The route will take you to some nice restaurants, quaint guest houses, artist hideouts.
The locals share ideas for showing foreigners around in this web page.
For tours with a food safari flavour try www.tourflair.com
Want to travel on a budget? This webpage gives tips on how to survive on less than $500 a month in the Philippines and several other Asian cities.
If you want to do trips but you do not have a car, or you have visitors and can't miss your own car, Filipino Travel Center offers all -inclusive tours around Luzon. Their new executive deluxe minivan offers you travel in comfort with an experienced English speaking driver plus the assistance of a local guide on some parts of the tour.
Check out for example their all-inclusive Cordillera Tours, from 3 days to 7 days experiences:
Read reviews on some of the vacation spots in this webpage, which contains reviews on places like Enchanted Kingdom, Splash Island,and less well-known ones like Callos Farm and Resort,Cristina Villa Resorts. Be warned, however, that to move from one review to another, one has to use the links at the bottom of each page,which show names of the previous and next vacation spot on the list, it has way too much ads and it can jump suddenly to an entirely new category.