"We had a great time visiting Mt. Pinatubo with Filipino
Travel Center. Everything was
perfect; the driver was on time, it was well organized
and all the details were taken care of. I will recommend
you to my tour operator in Switzerland"
Dr. Serge, Volcanologist,
"My husband and sons had a fabulous day at Mt Pinatubo.
They said it was well organized and we will certainly
recommend it to our friends."
Susan - Manila, Philippines.
"Honestly, everything was perfect including the food
(which was surprisingly amazing) and the showers (so
clean!). This was by far the best tour we have had in
Philippines! Thanks again - we will certainly recommend
you to other friends who are wanting to do the tour."
Jenny, Expat living in Manila.
"The trip yesterday was great, we really enjoyed
the longer trek and incredible scenery. The convenient
pick up and drop in your van made the day perfect! We
will recommend you to all our friends visiting the
Richard, Filipino / American.
"Our GROUP TOUR to Mt. Pinatubo was well organised
and the whole team had a good time. It was a an
excellent team-building exercise and we will recommend
the trip to all our friends."
Raquel, Team Building Trip, Makati.
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The Aeta are an indigenous people who live in scattered, isolated mountainous parts of Luzon, Philippines. They are thought to be among the earliest inhabitants of the Philippines, preceding the Austronesian migrations. The history of the Aeta continues to confound anthropologists and archaeologists. One theory suggests that the Aeta are the descendants of the original inhabitants of the Philippines, who, contrary to their sea-faring Austronesian neighbours, arrived through land bridges that linked the country with the Asian mainland about 30,000 years ago. Unlike many of their Austronesian counterparts, the Aetas have shown resistance to change. The attempts of the Spaniards to settle them in reservations all throughout Spanish rule failed.
Mining, deforestation, illegal logging, and slash-and-burn farming has caused the indigenous population in all parts of the Philippines to steadily decrease to the point where they number in the thousands today. The Philippines affords them no protection. In addition, the Aeta have become extremely nomadic due to the social and economic strain on their culture and way of life that had previously remained unchanged for thousands of years.