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2021 LA UNION TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS for TOURISTS & VISITORS as of October 15, 2021

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LA UNION Travel Requirements October 2021 for Tourists

Planning a trip to La Union this 2021? Here are the latest La Union travel requirements for tourists and visitors traveling to La Union!


Known as the "Surfing Capital of the North", La Union is a must-visit tourist destination in the Philippines. But more to that, La Union is known for many natural and historical sites, lovely hotels and beach resorts, and amazing food scene. If you're planning a trip to La Union the first thing you need to know is the list of travel requirements you need to get for you to enter the province. Are you allowed to enter La Union? Is leisure travel to La Union allowed? We will answer these on this post!

As of October 15, 2021, tourists are allowed to enter La Union for leisure purposes, provided they follow the set regulations of the local government unit (LGU) of destination.

PANGASINAN ITINERARY: 10 Best Things to Do in Pangasinan, Tourist Spots, Places to Visit & Travel Guide Blog 2021 for First-timers

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Top Things to Do in Pangasinan Tourist Spots Itinerary Travel Guide Blog

Looking for top things to do in Pangasinan, tourist spots and places to visit this 2021? Check out this Pangasinan Travel Guide Blog with sample itinerary to help you plan your trip!


Best known for beaches, waterfalls, verdant hills, scenic terrains and of course the amazing Hundred Islands, the Province of Pangasinan is a must-visit tourist destination in the Philippines. Located in Northern Luzon, Pangasinan is part of Ilocos Region and is the 3rd largest province in the Philippines. The province got its name from from salt or "asin", which is a thriving livelihood among the coastal towns of Pangasinan. Easily accessible via 3 to 4 hours travel from Metro Manila, it is a popular destination among couples, families and barkadas looking for weekend getaways, road trips, or even a day tour from Manila.

Is Komodo Worth Visiting? Exploring Pros and Cons

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Is Komodo Worth Visiting? Exploring Pros and Cons

Do you plan to visit the Komodo but are unsure of what awaits you? You could be worried about the Komodo horrors.

On the other hand, you seek to understand why a chunk of explorers, travelers, and tourists rank the Komodo as the top traveling destination every year.

If you have the above challenge, worry no more. This article presents with ultimate truth about the Komodo experience. It gives you expectations of the islands, nearby valleys, rivers, and oceans.

2021 BORACAY TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS for TOURISTS & VISITORS as of October 15, 2021

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Boracay Travel Requirements October 2021 for tourists

Planning a trip to Boracay Island? Here are the latest Boracay travel requirements for vaccinated & unvaccinated tourists and visitors traveling to Boracay!


Good news adventuristas! Boracay Island now welcomes tourists of all ages from GCQ and MGCQ areas, including Metro Manila / NCR (Alert Level 3).

Based on IATF Resolution 142, the following are now allowed to Point-to-Point Interzonal travel to areas under GCQ, MGCQ subject to guidelines and protocols.
  1. 18 years old below.
  2. Fully-vaccinated individuals over 65 years old.
  3. Fully-vaccinated individuals with immunodeficiencies, comorbidities or other health risks.
  4. Fully-vaccinated pregnant women.

31 STAYCATION HOTELS IN METRO MANILA (NCR) Allowed to Operate for Leisure Purposes under Alert Level 3

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31 Staycation Hotels in Metro Manila (NCR) for Leisure Purposes under Alert Level 3

Looking for hotels in Metro Manila allowed for staycations?


In line with MalacaƱang Palace's announcement that Metro Manila or National Capital Region (NCR) will be placed under Alert Level 3 starting on October 16, the Department of Tourism annouces that staycation shall be allowed in certain hotels Metro Manila. These hotels may now start accepting guests for leisure purposes.

As of October 14, 2021, a total of 31 hotels in the National Capital Region (NCR) are now open to the public for staycation now that Metro Manila was downgraded to Alert Level 3 from October 16 to 31, 2021. Based on the latest IATF Guidelines, Alert Level 3 means that most business establishments, facilities, and services are allowed to open at varying degrees.