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February 21, 2021

Calumpit Church

San Juan Bautista Parish Church, locally referred to as Calumpit Church, is a 17th-century, Roman Catholicbaroque church. Calumpit is recognized as the first site of the evangelization by the Augustinian Order in Northern Luzon. The façade is an example of how local artisans experimented with various ornamentation to come up with a lavish, seemingly Mannerist style.

Tahanan ng Kalinangan at Kasaysayan ng Baliwag (Old Municipio and Ancestral House of Dr. Joaquin Gonzales)

The bahay na bato used to be the old municipio in the 19th-century formerly owned by the family of the revolutionary Dr. Joaquin Gonzalez, the first rector of the Universidad Cientifica Literaria de Filipinas in 1898, and one of two representatives of the province of Pampanga in the 1898 Malolos Congress.

The building is listed on the database of the Heritage Conservation Society (HCS) Philippines as one of the heritage structures in the province of Bulacan.

Baliwag Church

Limited slots!

The Saint Augustine Parish Church commonly known as Baliwag Church was established by the Augustinians in 1733 under the patronage of Saint Augustine of Hippo. Its architectural style is Baroque as evidenced by the facade and interiors. Its massive reredos and complex work of art reflect the Spanish and Latin American architecture integration with indigenous Philippine art. 

Our Daily Bread Farm and Resort

The farm is not just known for their mushroom culture but also vermi composting, ornamental plant production, herbal plants, native pigs and other poultry products which uses the organic way of caring them. They also supply ornamental plants to the plant shops in Metro Manila.

Bahay at Yaman ni San Martin de Pores

Bahay at Yaman ni San Martin de Porres is committed to improving the lives of disadvantaged children (e.g. street children, foundlings, abandoned children, children victims of domestic abuse, victims of child labor) through the various programs being implemented, both in the residential care center and in the community-based programs. The Ivatan houses and the stone church are a must-see. Some parts of Nora Aunor's 2007 movie, Batanes, were shot here.


Bustos Dam and Eco-park

Bustos Dam also known as Angat Afterbay Regulator Dam is a small irrigation dam often mistaken by the locals as Angat Dam since it is located close to the nearby town of Angat. The project is located at Barangay Tibagan, Bustos served by the Angat River. The main dam is about 18 meters above sea level. Among the 2.5-meter high, six-span dam's main features are easily deflatable and inflatable rubber body, resistance to sedimentation, economical and having auto-deflation system.

Bustos Minasa-Making

Minasa refers to "cassava cookies", made from cassava flour, egg yolk, yeast, butter, and coco milk. It is somehow compared to Uraro, another local delicacy. It is one of the famous treats from the province of Bulacan which is traded in local and global market of Filipino pasalubong products. Way back Spanish colonization era here in the Philippines, these Minasa cookies were made of sago (arrowroot) starch and not cassava. The main ingredient was changed because of the long production time of sago starch and cassava starch is cheaper and easier to produce.

Day Tour Package

 Breakfast, Lunch and Snack

Guided Tour by a DOT Accredited Tour Guide

Entrance Fees

Environmental Fees

Accident Insurance

Surprise Gift


Regular Rate: P 4,000.00/person

Note: Driver's Fee available upon request.

LIMITED SLOTS ONLY! To be able to practice physical distancing effectively, we are limiting the number of participants to only twenty (20). Bookings are accepted on a first-come first-serve basis. First to pay, first to get a slot. Medical certificates and tests are not required.

Why is it safer to travel by joining a drive-tour caravan?

  The itinerary program is designed and coordinated with the concerned local tourism government offices and the Department of Tourism to ensure that the sites are open and safe.  

Accommodations, meals and tours are recommended, endorsed and pre-arranged with the local tourism government office.

You bring your own car so exposure to strangers is very limited.

The sites are inspected to ensure the safety, comfort, and convenience of participants. 

Sites included are open/outdoor places that pose lower risks of virus spread.

In the case of smaller areas, movements will be by batches. 

Only limited slots are available to minimize the group size.

 Since nothing is risk-free, we cannot guarantee the complete safety of the participants. Rest assured that we have carefully planned and prepared all the necessary measures to make this trip a low-risk undertaking. 


Travel safely. Travel by car. 


"AAP Travel's drive-tour caravans are bonding moments with my family and barkada so we have never missed any of their tours. They simply know how to give us a good time."


- Helen So

La Union 

"As a businessman, family time is very precious to me so I see to it that I always give them the best trips by joining AAP Travel's drive-tour caravans which are truly one-of-a-kind."


- Regan Cua

San Juan


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STEP 2 - Pay the participation fee.
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