Philippines Department of Tourism (PDOT)
The ‘Reef to Ridge Travel Corridor’ is one of the earliest plans that have been executed by the Philippines’ travel and tourism industry.
Although the province is known for its surfing and diving spots, there are several activities in Siargao Island that every kind of traveller can enjoy.
There are several activities in Davao that will give you an adrenaline rush and will make your heart race in excitement if you are up for an adventure.
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In a bid to encourage Filipinos itching to travel after almost a year in lockdown to rediscover their own backyard, the Philippines’ IATF has announced new travel protocols.
Foreigners bearing valid visas can now travel to the Philippines but are still subjected to strict health and quarantine protocols.
With more than 300 dive sites, some of which are recognised globally, dive tourism can boost the industry’s recovery.
The natural attractions in Camiguin take centre stage as top tourist spots in the province.
Philippines’ Department of Tourism (DOT) Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat said that the country is open in creating “international travel bubbles” with neighbouring countries that would…
The Department of Tourism calls for uniform travel requirements within the prescribed guidelines of the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases…
The Philippines is reportedly setting up travel bubble arrangements with several Asian countries as more nations reopen their borders for tourism.
The world-renowned El Nido, Palawan in the Philippines will ease travel restrictions starting October 30 and will allow tourists to enter the island with test-before-travel policy.