Boracay Tourists Still Need To Show Negative Swab Test

Tourists visiting Boracay are still required to show negative results of their swab tests.

Safe, Family-Friendly Vacations Are Top Priority For Filipinos: Airbnb...

Airbnb's Philippines Travel Trends Survey 2021 states that family vacations are the primary reason to travel this year for 6 out of 10 Filipinos.

No More Quarantine For Travelers In Ilocos Sur

Ilocos Sur announces that quarantine is no longer required for travelers unless they exhibit symptoms of the Covid-19 upon arrival in the province.

AirAsia’s Teleport Partners With McDonald’s For Timely And Fast-Moving...

AirAsia’s Teleport and McDonald’s partner to support and ensure a fast-moving delivery of orders within the National Capital Region (NCR).

DOT Seeks More Safe Travels Stamp Applications

The Department of Tourism (DOT) opens the application for the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) Safe Travels Stamp starting Monday, the world’s first safety and hygiene stamp for travelers.

We are DIY Philippines!

We are the biggest social media group in the Philippines.

Let's travel to destinations, write stories to tell, seek hidden gems, local specialities, off-the-beaten-track experiences and jaw-dropping natural scenery.

Let's foster a richer understanding of others and build a better world, one journey at a time.

Photobook At Your Fingertips.

Create custom photo albums on the go with the Photobook app.

Must Read

Motorcade Kicks Off Fire Prevention Month In Ilocos Norte

The Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) along with other entities join a motorcade to drumbeat awareness on fire safety and prevention this month.

Domagoso Favors Opening Intramuros, Other Parks For Families

Manila Mayor Isko welcomes the suggestion of the Department of Tourism to set up a 'family day' in Intramuros and other recreational parks in the city.

Road Improvement Needed To Address Insurgency: PRRD

President Duterte sees the need to improve barangay roads in Mindanao, especially in the Caraga region, to address the insurgency in the place.

Palawan Eyes Reopening Of Calauit Safari Park In March

Palawan government eyes to open the Calauit Safari Park in Palawan by March.

MMDA To Open Zipper Lane For EDSA People Power...

MMDA sets to open a zipper lane along White Plains Avenue in Quezon City on Thursday (Feb.25) for the celebration of the 35th EDSA People Power Revolution.

DENR-Davao Intensifies Mt. Apo Trekking And Camping Policy

DENR-Davao pushes striker trekker rules in Mt. Apo but if remains unfollowed the government might decide to temporarily close the site for rehabilitation.

DOT Backs Vaccine Passport For Tourism Recovery

The Department of Tourism (DOT) supports the proposed vaccine passport for arriving visitors, a concept it believes would help further build travel confidence.

Hopes Up On Ilocos Norte Eco-Adventure Park Revival

An eco-adventure park in Ilocos Norte could soon be in development!

DPWH Proposal To Upgrade Currimao Seaport Access Road OK’d

The improvement of the access road leading to the International Seaport of Currimao has already obtained the approval of the national government to improve transport services in the area.

Subic Bay Freeport Expressway Inaugurated

Bukas na ang 8.2km Subic Freeport Expressway!

Discover

Cebu BRT Project Partially Operational Before Yearend: Tugade

Cebuanos can start to ride more modernized public transportations before 2021 ends!

Embrace The Holidays In This Next-Normal Lifestyle

Whether you're looking for a place to satisfy your hankering for new adventures, or to simply unwind, and relax, here are ways how to make your Christmas merrier

SMC Extends Free Toll To Medical Frontliners On Skyway...

Wow! Extended pa ang pa-free toll ng SMC para sa mga medical frontliners!

EDSA-Bagong Barrio U-Turn Slot Closed On Dec. 7

In line with the DOTr’s EDSA Busway project, the U-turn slot located along EDSA in the Bagong Barrio area will be closed effective December 7.

Typhoon Strands Passengers, Cancels Flight At NAIA

At least 45 passengers were stranded at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport and 83 flights were canceled during the airport's 24-hour closure due to Typhoon Rolly on November 1.