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Issue 23- September 2020

Issue 23- September 2020

In Lonely Planet’s recent article entitled “6 National Parks around the World with Suprisngly Specatcular Diving” – there were multiple mentions of Philippine dive sites! “At the thousands of dive sites scattered throughout the Philippines, you’ll be enchanted by the more than 1,200 macro and pelagic species that live in these waters”.- Angela Ballard, Lonely Planet writer.

Issue 22- August 2020

Issue 22- August 2020

Philippine Tourism Secretary Berna Romulo-Puyat led the online travel trade discussions on the status of the UK outbound travel market and new normal service preparations by the Philippines, in a webinar conducted by the Philippine Department of Tourism last 07 July 2020.

Issue 21- July 2020

Issue 21- July 2020

The Department of Tourism (DOT) said that it anticipates the reopening of the tourism industry in concurrence with the local government units (LGU), with the easing of travel restrictions, as more places around the country transition to a modified general community quarantine (MGCQ).

Issue 20- June 2020

Issue 20- June 2020

The Philippine Department of Tourism (DOT) maintained its commitment to the Filipino Brand of Service and Hospitality, as exhibited by the agency’s successful initiatives to assist a total of 36,947 stranded foreign and domestic tourists, since land, air, and sea travel restrictions were placed by the government as a precautionary measure to stop the spread of the disease.

Issue 19 – May 2020

Issue 19 – May 2020

Focused around STAY home. Dream. Wake up in the Philippines. The social campaign was softly launched last month to keep the Philippines top of mind among foreign tourists despite the ongoing coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic.

Issue 18 – March 2020

Issue 18 – March 2020

The Philippine Department of Tourism (DOT) is committed to ensuring the health and safety of its travelers. Please be guided by the major updates regarding travel-related activities in the Philippines.

In light of the current COVID-19 situation, the Philippines has implemented temporary travel restrictions to contain the spread of the virus. We urge you to stay home and follow community quarantine protocols.  LEARN MORE

In light of the current COVID-19 situation, the Philippines has implemented temporary travel restrictions.  LEARN MORE

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