By Marlon Ramos
The tourism industry in Palawan and Aklan has bounced back from the destruction wrought by Supertyphoon “Yolanda” nearly a month after the monster typhoon thumped the two provinces and other areas in the Visayas, Interior Secretary Mar Roxas said yesterday.
By DJ Yap
Whale sharks are making a comeback in the tourist town of Donsol but it seems their schedule may have changed. The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)-Philippines on Thursday reported an unusual rise in “interactions” with the giant fish in Donsol in the last quarter of 2013, resulting in an increase in the number of tourists.
By Julliane Love De Jesus
Top tourist spots Palawan and Boracay are back in business weeks after Supertyphoon Yolanda flattened many parts of central Philippines, Interior Secretary Manuel Roxas II said Tuesday.
By Jhunnex Napallacan
A world-class P149-million passenger terminal building will start operating early next month at Pier 1 here and is expected to boost tourism in the city and province and earnings for the Cebu Port Authority (CPA).
By Maricar Cinco
Only a handful of rangers look after a 4,244-hectare tropical rainforest teeming with plant species. Equally pitiful is the annual budget of P800,000 to operate and maintain a primary forestry training laboratory.
By Jamie Elona
Coron, a tourism haven in Palawan, is back on track, its mayor said Tuesday about two weeks after super typhoon “Yolanda” battered one of the country’s famous tourist spots.
By Maricar Cinco
The island village is not even on the map of Roxas City, the capital of Capiz province, that the Inquirer got from the provincial tourism office.
By Jerry E. Esplanada
The Philippines remains a “safe and fun destination for all tourists” despite the devastation caused by “supertyphoon Yolanda” (international name Haiyan) in some parts of the country, according to the Department of Tourism.
By TJ Burgonio
Stranded for days, tourists scrambled to fly out of this famed diving and snorkeling haven, lest they get caught in another storm.
By TJ Burgonio
While it suffered relatively fewer casualties, Coron’s 45,000 people have only two days’ supply of rice and are in dire need of food, days after the island municipality was cut off from the rest of the archipelago on the final sweep of Supertyphoon Yolanda as it barreled across the Philippines’ midsection last Friday.
By Aileen Garcia-Yap
THE government must support the five strongest industries in Cebu to make it more competitive especially with the upcoming economic integration of the 10-member countries of the Asean. These industries are shipbuilding, agricultural products especially the mango industry, business process outsourcing, the human capital that includes the academe, and tourism, said Ronald Mendoza, executive director [...]
By Redempto D. Anda
The tourist town of Coron has remained isolated from the outside world as of Sunday, as national and international attention all focused on Leyte, particularly Tacloban City.
By Ramon Tulfo
The people of Bohol will rise from the ruins of the 7.2-magnitude earthquake in no time.