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Desperate for a little bit of traveling? Here are safe places to visit in the Philippines amid pandemic

Desperate for a little bit of traveling? Here are safe places to visit in the Philippines amid pandemic

Pandemic has changed our way of traveling. From wearing a mask and face shield to a required RT-PCR test result. Individuals who have acquired full vaccination can now travel to the Philippines safely. Sounds good right? People can now unwind and relax not in their house but in a real vacation place. On the other hand, travelers must know the requirements and protocols needed when traveling this pandemic.

Department of Tourism (DOT) encourages travelers to explore the Philippines as the government lessens travel restrictions. Recently, a S.A.F.E.T.R.I.P. campaign video that organized by DOT featuring Scarlet Snow Belo is released to remind people of what to do during traveling. It urges the public to Sanitize, Avoid mass gatherings, wear Face masks, use Electronic payments, always have your Temperature checked, follow Rules and regulations, stay updated on the latest Information, and observe Physical distancing.

But, what places can we visit during this pandemic? Worry no more! We can start traveling to these two beautiful places that will ease the stress brought by the pandemic.


An island popular with its powdery white sand beach, clear and now clean water, spectacular sunset, and more. The shores can now be filled with people who miss the beach life. Recently, the island received a World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) Safe Travels Stamp indicating that it adopted world-recognized health protocols.

Althea’s Adventure | Boracay Island

Here are some requirements when you visit the island.

  • Negative RT-PCR
  • Booking in DOT-accredited hotel establishments
  • QR code
  • Valid ID
  • Itinerary
  • Flight details

Additionally, travelers coming from Metro Manila (National Capital Region), Cavite, Bulacan, Rizal, and Laguna needs requirement like S-PaSS or Safe, Swift and Smart Passage to visit the place.


You probably miss the cold and chill vibes of this place. Get some relaxation and travel with popular tourist attractions such as Camp John Hay, Strawberry Farms, Mines View Park, and of course the Burnham Park. The City of Pines opens its place for those individuals who already received full vaccination.

Pinterest | Burnham Park

Here’s what you need when you visit Baguio.

  • QR-Coded Tourist Pass which can be acquired by visiting visita.baguio.gov.ph. Click here.
  • A negative COVID-19 test result or certificate of full-dose vaccination
  • Mandatory triage upon arrival.

The Pine Scented Chronicles | Strawberry Farm

Traveling amid the pandemic is a privileged thing to do especially for leisure purposes. We should keep in mind that S.A.F.E.T.R.I.P is important as it saves everyone from harm and illness. Follow the required health protocol while enjoying your vacation.  

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