West of Manila, Corregidor Island was heavily fought over by Spanish, American and Japanese invaders. The Island is a strategic area to control Manila’s shipping.

Today the island stands as a memorial consisting of Spanish lighthouse and many American fortifications. Visitors are allowed day trips to this island and also options for overnight trips.

The ferries leave at 7:30am daily close by the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex along Roxas Boulevard and takes a little over an hour to get to the island. Its booking office can be contacted at 831-8140 or 834-6857. The cost of the tour includes round trip ferryboat transfers, shrine and terminal fees, guided island tour, and lunch.