The Department of Tourism (DOT) honors today the first batch of individuals who have exemplified excellence and dedication in driving the Philippine tourism industry forward, under the Tourism Star Philippines (TSP) program.
Tourism Star Philippines is a recognition program developed to celebrate the valuable contribution of Filipinos from the tourism industry, media, and local government units. Through TSP, DOT seeks to underscore the distinct Filipino brand of warm hospitality that marks our culture of tourism. Continue reading
Momo Beach House is what it purports itself to be: a simple and relaxed accommodation by the beach. The decor is spartan (but still proffers a beach vibe, of course) and the amenities are also what you’d consider basic (small pool, free kayak use, etc.). Continue reading
Before I start of Places that you must visit let me just say Thank Thank you to Air Asia for our safe trip to Bohol.As you know, I love flying and trying out various airlines.It was not my first time to fly with Air Asia and honestly it felt like the first time all over again, I was impressed with the whole experience! The seats were of great condition, the plane itself looked very sharp and shiny. The staff was very warm and even their audio system was so good that I actually understood the flight instructions perfectly! IMPRESSIVE!
Visit The Philippine Tarsier Foundation, Incorporated. The PTFI is a non-profit, non-stock corporation based in Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Philippines, established in 1996 to conserve, promote research and establish a sanctuary for the Philippine tarsier.
It is an entirely private sector initiative, but has strong support from two leading organizations in conservation and eco-tourism, namely the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and the Department of Tourism (DOT). To ensure the continued existence of the Philippine tarsier, the Foundation is attempting to bring tourism to the province of Bohol in a way that is ecologically friendly to the Philippine tarsier. Continue reading
Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) today announced the official opening of its new facility in Manila, Philippines, at a ceremony attended by Mr. Monchito Ibrahim, Deputy Executive Director of the Information and Communications Technology Office of the Department of Science and Technology, and Ms. Ma. Corazon Jorda-Apo, Director for the Market Development Group of the Department of Tourism. Continue reading