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Hundred Islands Weekend Trip

Monol’s Hundred Islands Weekend Trip is one of the most sought-after travels by students. Aside from island hopping, there are tons of activities offered in the islands apart from just plain sight-seeing. Activities such as cliff diving, zip line, helmet diving, and snorkeling are just some of the few activities in the major islands of …

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Hundred Islands Weekend Trip

Monol’s Hundred Islands Weekend Trip is one of the most sought-after travels by students. Aside from island hopping, there are tons of activities offered in the islands apart from just plain sight-seeing. Activities such as cliff diving, zip line, helmet diving, and snorkeling are just some of the few activities in the major islands of …

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Live and learn: Weekend Trips

Monol’s Weekend trips are something the students can look forward to every two weeks. After spending their weekdays hitting the books and attending classes, the academy gives students an opportunity to travel and explore. These trips introduce students to different places, cultures, and even interests while at the same time helping them unwind.

Hundred Islands Weekend Trip

Monol’s Hundred Islands Weekend Trip is one of the most sought-after travels by students. Aside from island hopping, there are tons of activities offered in the islands apart from just plain sight-seeing. Activities such as cliff diving, zip line, helmet diving, and snorkeling are just some of the few activities in the major islands of …

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Surfing at San Juan

Monol’s San Juan weekend trip is not only for those who already know how to surf. Also known as the “Surfing Capital of the North”, San Juan is teeming with beach resorts offering surf lessons. These lessons are for as low as PHP350 an hour!  San Juan is only two hours away from Baguio City. …

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Vigan: Going Back in Time

During Vigan weekend trip, the students are transported back in time when the Philippines was a colony of Spain. Here, students get to view structures built during the Spanish colonization of the Philippines. At the same time, immerse in the local culture. They get to ride the “kalesa”, a horse-drawn carriage, to visit the museums, …

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