Here's How You Can Go on a Surprise Road Trip With Your Bae

When we say "surprise," we really mean it.
by Christa De La Cruz for Spot.ph   |  Aug 22, 2017
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(SPOT.ph) Going on a road trip is a big challenge for most couples. (How many times have you seen partners fight in the reality television series The Amazing Race?!) For some reason, putting together a weekend getaway can get the better of us, not to mention the budget problem that goes with it. To solve this problem, local travel group Experience Philippines plans a sweet weekend for you and you just have to pay P12,000 per couple—whatever kind of couple you are.

The catch? Well, you won't know where you're going. You just have to trust them that once you hop on the van/bus/jeep/plane/boat, you're in for a fun getaway. The only clues are: there's a romantic dinner date, a lineup of hilarious activities, and the chance to see an unforgettable sunset. Pretty vague, but that's fine. By the way, you're not allowed to tinker with your phone during the whole trip, which makes this the best opportunity to reconnect with your significant other.

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The Couples Road Trip fee is at P12,000 per couple and deadline of payment is on September 5. Date of travel is from September 22 to 24. For more information, visit Experience Philippines' website.

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* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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