The Philippines — this is it! This is the tropical paradise that you have been looking for all your life.
The Philippines being an archipelago, offers countless of destinations to see, adventures to experience and activities to do. The videos featured in our website provide a minuscule glimpse of what the Philippines is all about and the wonders that await you. Whether you are a local, balikbayan, or a foreigner, the Philippines has something for you.
While traditional travel is still the best way to fully experience and immerse in the beauty of the Philippines, we may have to wait until the world reopens its borders completely once the pandemic is over. But in the meantime, it seems that virtual travel is here to stay.
We hope tube.ph will take you in an imaginary journey through the islands of the Philippines. Some places will be familiar, while some you will learn for the first time. In any case, get yourself a favorite drink, grab a snack, sit back and get ready to explore the Philippines virtually.
Balikan ang iyong mundo: ang Pilipinas
Now that travel to the Philippines has been allowed for Balikbayans, we invite you to come home and experience the beauty, colors and joy of our country once again.
Traveling, even just within one’s province or region, will mean the world to our tourism workers.
See the list of open destinations and health guidelines at philippines.travel/safetrip or download the Travel Philippines app at app.philippines.travel Have a #SafeTrip, Pinas!
The Philippine Department of Tourism (DOT) is ensuring that tourism stakeholders implement the safety protocols and series of precautionary measures set by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Department of Health (DOH), and is promoting habits that the public can adapt to contain the spread of the COVID-19.
The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) has given the Department of Tourism (DOT) a SafeTravels Stamp in recognition of its adoption of “health and hygiene global standardized protocols” that will ensure safe travel during the COVID-19 pandemic.