Announced at the end of January, as a result of the rapid decline of the Omicron variant. The Philippines has made the decision to reopen to travelers from more than 150 countries, starting February 10, 2022. However, there are a few rules to keep in mind.Continue reading “The Philippines is now open to tourism”
Announced two days ago, the city of El Nido and its island activities are finally reopening to tourists from all over the Philippines. With the new results encouraging on covid and the arrival of vaccines, what are the new rules to come and enjoy the beauty of the Bacuits Bay, lagoons and beaches?Continue reading “Reopening of El Nido, The New Rules in Force.”
Indeed, since July 4, 2021, the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) authorizes all people (including seniors) with a national certificate, to travel without having to undergo the necessary test for Covid screening (RT-PCR or Antigenic).
This certificate can be of two kinds:Continue reading “No RT-PCR for Vaccinated Travelers in the Philippines”
Since March 3, 2021, and according to the executive order of March 2, 2021, there is no longer any mandatory quarantine for passengers arriving at El Nido airport with Air-Swift, the 7 days maximum stay is over. However, there are still some paper documents to provide on arrival at El Nido airport that we can help you to get to facilitate your trip as well as an RT-PCR test that we can arrange at your home…Continue reading “No more quarantine in El Nido”
Since November 30, 2020, El Nido has entered the phase two of its reopening plan: tourists from outside Palawan are now welcomed in town! For non Palawan tourists who wish to visit the best island of 2020 via Airswift, a number of steps are still required to enter the whole El Nido. Among them, a reservation in an accommodation with DOT’s Certificate of Authority to Operate (CAO) is a must: that’s good, because Coco Resort and Moringa Resort are both accredited!Continue reading “El Nido phase two UPDATE, All activities and restaurants open for Manila!”