The impact of the COVID - 19 pandemic on tourism can 't be understated. Many travel destinations in the Philippines have been closed off since March 2020 because of strict quarantine protocols including social distancing directives.
In the first months of community quarantine, tourism destinations that were typically bustling have turned into ghost towns.Hotels, inns, and other accommodations were almost empty.Staycation became the norm.
Travel has been almost impossible this 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Though lots of pandemic travel guides were released throughout the year to keep travelers safe, there’s still fear surrounding the idea of it, especially with other people around.
Everyone has different meanings of adventure. Some want the chill road trip to the outskirts of town and some enjoy the adventure of solo traveling to meet new people. Then there are the fearless - these are the kinds of people who seek to stay in high spirits. If you’re one of them or at least want to try it for a change, then this article is for you!
Travel and writing make a good pair and if they are to produce babies, travel books would be one of them.
The Philippines economy plunged into a recession for the first time in 29 years, as it battles the COVID-19 pandemic. The gross domestic product (GDP) shrank 16.5% in the second quarter of 2020 after months of stay-at-home mandates, in a bid by the national government to curb the rocketing rate of coronavirus infections.