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Thirteen deaf tourist guides have received accreditation from the Department of Tourism (DOT) to lead specialized educational tours for visitors in Philippine tourist destinations.
The world-famous Boracay Island in the Philippines is scheduled to reopen in October after the government assessment of compliance by businesses and residents met environmental standards.
Tourist arrivals in the Philippines has jumped to over 4 million, breaking the 3.9 million mark made in 2017 and is projected to continue breaking targets up to the end of the year.
At least two million Korean tourists can be expected to come to the Philippines this year despite the closure of Boracay, the most preferred destinations of Koreans.
The Philippines’ Last Frontier, Palawan, will be in the spotlight as the world renowned island will be featured in the first ever regional cruise-themed television program produced by the Asia Cruise Cooperation and the Department of Tourism.
The arrival of foreign guests for the first quarter of 2018 attained another milestone breaching the two million mark.
As the island of Boracay, one of the Philippines leading beach destinations is shutdown for 6-months, lo and behold there are still more than 180 beautiful beaches across this 7100 island archipelago offering pristine shores and clear waters that tourists may find just as enticing.
Central Visayas welcomed the most number of tourists to the Philippines from January to December 2017, according to a tally by the Department of Tourism (DOT). Out of the record 6.9 million tourists who visited...
Catholic faithful looking for a new way to experience the annual Lenten season’s Visita Iglesia can now go to Intramuros, the famed old walled city of Manila. Seven churches of Intramuros are being opened by...
Newly-crowned Miss Universe Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters has arrived in Manila. The new Miss Universe is accompanied by last year's winner, Iris Mittenaere, and other Miss Universe 2017 participants from Spain, Italy, Russia, Malaysia, India, Canada, China,...