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Philippines Vacation Packages

Philippines Vacation Packages

Visit top destinations and tourist spots in the Philippines with these travel packages that include flights, accommodation, transfers, and guided tours for a hassle-free vacation.

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Frequently asked questions

What are included in Vacation Packages of Guide to the Philippines?

Vacation packages by Guide to the Philippines are travel products specially curated to include flights, stay at Department of Tourism  (DOT)-accredited accommodations, land/boat transfers, and environmental fees and taxes to make traveling in the Philippines easier and hassle-free. 

Which Philippine destinations are open for tourism?

Philippine destinations such as Boracay, Bohol, Coron, El Nido, SiargaoTagaytay, Ilocos are gradually opening for leisure travelers that meet the requirements. Some destinations are limiting tourism to its local residents only. You can check the list of the destinations that are open for tourism in our COVID-19 Advisory page.

Do I need a COVID-19 test before and during traveling?

It depends on the destination since guidelines and protocols by each Local Government Unit are different. For those that require a COVID-19 test, we have packages that include an add-on RT-PCR Test conducted at an accredited lab to make travel planning easier.

If I get a positive COVID-19 test result before/during the trip, can I cancel the booking and get a refund?

Yes, this is considered a force majeure and you can get a full refund for the travel package but the fee for the COVID-19 test/s that have been conducted are non-refundable. Please refer to our Terms and Conditions for our cancellation and refund policy.

Do I need to wear a mask and face shield during the trip?

Yes, masks and face shields are part of the minimum health standards.