(SPOT.ph) We’re six months stuck at home and most of us are just wishing to feel actual white sand between our toes. We don’t have to wait much longer as El Nido Resorts’ Pangulasian Island in Palawan is reopening in October with a “travel bubble” scheme where three-night vacations inclusive of direct flights from Metro Manila are scheduled twice a month. The next trips are from October 16 to 19 and from October 23 to 26.
World-class tourist destination El Nido Resorts in Palawan is more than excited to welcome guests to its powdery white sand beaches, lush marine life, limestone cliffs, lovely lagoons, and charming guest rooms, which they can enjoy almost privately as each property operates at half capacity.
Since July, the resort group has gradually reopened Miniloc Island Resort with three successful “travel bubbles” to date. With the so-called travel bubble, El Nido Resorts says tourists will “feel like strangers in paradise” with low-density resorts and tours.
Bet you’ve been hearing “travel bubble” a lot lately. Get a detailed explanation of what it means and how it will affect the tourism industry in the Philippines HERE. “Travel bubble” is among the new phrases born during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is considered as the “new normal” in tourism. But what is it exactly?