Ilocos in Northern Philippines is ready to welcome cruise ships with the recent improvements to Salomague port in Cabugao.
The 7th Virtus Awards search for the best hotel and marketing professionals from the tourism and hospitality sector of the Philippines has started.
Cebu has declared its readiness to welcome more tourists to its beaches, hotels, resorts, popular city nightlife, and heritage sites through the "I Love Cebu" online travel sale.
The famous Walled City of Intramuros in the Philippines has reopened selected sites to the public with health and safety protocols in place amid the new normal in tourism.
Fifteen Philippine hotels and spas were presented as winners in the prestigious annual list of the Forbes Travel Guide Star Award for the world’s best luxury hotels, restaurants and spas.
The Philippines made a big jump to the Top 2 spot of the 50 Most Instagrammable Places in the World in the 2021 edition of the best-list released by Big 7 Travel, improving on its 2020 ranking by 34 notches.
Travel time to Aloguinsan, Cebu's prime eco-tourism spots has been reduced to 15 minutes from the previous 40 minutes with the completion of the new Barangay Malolos-Barili-Kantabugon Road.
This Year Ender List of the Good News in Philippine Travel showcases the world-renowned beauty of the Filipino people and the Philippine islands which remained in travelers' top choices for places to visit after the worldwide lockdown that halted tourism eases.
The Philippines' resilience champions for tourism were honored in the prestigious Virtus Awards 2020 by the Hotel Sales and Marketing Association (HSMA) in partnership with the Department of Tourism and the Tourism Promotions Board Philippines in a bid to highlight the tourism and hospitality industry's overcoming the worst of times when Covid-19 put traveling to a halt.
Now you can be a gamer-tourist in the new free virtual tour of the Philippines offered for free all Sundays of December 2020.
The Philippines has obtained the 'Safe Travels' stamp from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), granting approval of the country as a trusted global destination that follows strict health and hygiene protocols amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Baguio City's "Jeepito" - the World's smallest Philippine Jeepney - is ready to boost the tourism sector in the Summer Capital of the country when it re-opens on September 22, 2020.