Visitors to Corregidor Island have the unique opportunity to learn about the rich history and patriotism surrounding this small but significant island. Located at the entrance of Manila Bay, less than 50km west of Manila, Corregidor Island is both a historic monument and a popular tourist destination.
This day trip offers a chance to visit the military installations used during World War II. Many of the war-ravaged buildings have been left unrestored, serving as a tribute to the Filipino and American soldiers who lost their lives there.
Meet at your hotel in Manila and head to the Seaside Terminal to board a ferry to Corregidor Island. The island has been fortified with coastal artillery to defend the entrance of Manila Bay and Manila from enemy warships throughout history.
During the tour of Corregidor Island, experience the Malinta Tunnel Light and Sound Show, visit the Barracks Ruins, the Spanish Lighthouse, the Pacific War Memorial, the Gun-emplacement, and the Filipino-American Friendship Park.
After the tour, return to the mainland and transfer back to your hotel.
The Corregidor Island tram tour takes visitors on a guided trip around the historic island, highlighting landmarks such as the Malinta Tunnel, Pacific War Memorial, and Barracks Ruins.
The Pacific War Memorial Museum on Corregidor Island showcases exhibits and artifacts related to World War II in the Pacific, including the role of the Philippines in the war effort.
The Malinta Tunnel on Corregidor Island is a series of underground tunnels used during World War II. It now houses a museum and a light and sound show depicting the island's history.