Tag: tourism

417 displaced Zambo tourism workers to get gov’t aid

At least 417 tourism industry workers displaced by the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic are set to receive financial aid from the government. (PNA file photo)

San Juanico bridge lighting project runs final test

The contractor of the San Juanico Aesthetic Lighting project is running a final test run for five nights in preparation for the formal unveiling of the new attraction early next year. (PNA photo by Roel Amazona)

DOT blasts tourists for faking Covid-19 test results in Boracay

The Department of Tourism (DOT) on Tuesday slammed the tourists from Luzon who faked their coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) test results to enter the island, which has recently welcomed travelers after months of closure. (Pixabay photo)

Zambo Sibugay town mayor expects trickle down economic benefits from Malangas-Alicia road project

The 24-kilometer coastal road project connecting the municipalities of Malangas and Alicia will also benefit nearby towns such as Payao in Zamboanga Sibugay. (DPWH photo)

Cebu City eyes new tourism products to attract more visitors

The Cebu City Tourism Commission (CCTC) here has bared plans to offer new tourism products to travelers visiting the provincial capital. (mycebu.ph photo)

Bantayan Island Airport to spur tourism in Cebu’s north corridor

CEBU CITY – Cebu Governor Gwendolyn Garcia said the commercial airport in Bantayan Island will stimulate the tourism industry in the northern corridor of the province. (Sugbo.ph photo)

Zamboanga Sibugay town showcases white sand beach, sandbar, and corrals to boost tourism

Sandbar, corrals, and white sand in an island resort top the must-see list tour package of Payao town in Zamboanga Sibugay. (PAOLO ANTONIO MANAYTAY photo)

The new ‘Flight to Nowhere’ trend

Nearly all industries around the world have felt the pinch from the coronavirus pandemic – some more than others. Since the beginning of the outbreak earlier this year, the tourism and aviation industries were some of the first to be severely affected. (AFP photo)

Twin Lakes closed over COVID fears

The Balinsasayao Twin Lakes Natural Park in Negros Oriental is under lockdown after an allied health worker of the provincial government who tested positive of the coronavirus disease 2019 visited the area before her test result was released. (Alex Pal photo)