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Cagayan Valley and Northern Philippine Islands

DOT ASSISTS STRANDED TOURISTS IN THE REGION

The Department of Tourism, Cagayan Valley and Northern Philippine Islands Regions has been actively monitoring distressed stranded tourists in the region due to Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.

 

On 18 March 2020, four foreign tourists were assisted and ferried to Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila to ensure they are able to leave the Philippines on their scheduled flights.

The DOT arranged their transportation thru the Northern Luzon Transport Operators and Drivers Multi-Purpose Cooperative (NOLTRANSCO), an accredited transport operator in the region.

Moreover, DOT is currently coordinating with the Batanes PLGU to repatriate 16 tourists still marooned in the island province.

 

DOT is continuously assisting tourists and Overseas Filipino Workers to leave the country. The DOT is also providing free accommodation to stranded guests.

Comments

  • Carmela Addun

    Ma’am, we wanted to fly out po ng anak ko na US citizen sa April 25. Is there any way to ask help if you can provide us some transportation going to Manila Ninoy Aquino international airport T1 on the 24th of this month. And also where should I get that Quarantine pass because I only have travel pass that was given to me by the US Embassy. Hope you can get back to me.

    April 21, 2020 at 10:16 pm

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