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ICYMI: Baguio City Accepts NCR Plus Tourists for Leisure Travel

How to schedule a trip? Go to http://visita.baguio.gov.ph.

By: Denisse Shawntel Tan | June 16, 2021

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Baguio is now open to tourists from NCR Plus areas. Read on to know the requirements.


The rainy season has already started, but it’s not too late to enjoy the Summer Capital of the Philippines, Baguio City. Recently, Baguio reopens for NCR Bubbles tourists as the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) eased the restrictions on leisure travel [1].

Despite many tourist attractions and destinations allowed to reopen, safety protocols are strictly reinforced. For example, trips are only on a point-to-point basis—which means that unnecessary pit stops won’t be allowed. In addition, tourists must present negative RT-PCR test results at least 72 hours before going on trips. Testing is not mandatory for kids below 17 years old unless they are showing symptoms. Those who haven’t taken any COVID-19 test must undergo antigen testing at Baguio’s Central Triage that costs PhP500 [2].

Before travel, the tourists must schedule their trips through http://visita.baguio.gov.ph. After completing the required information, the tourist will receive a Unique QR-coded Tourist Pass (QTP) code via email. The tourist has to present the QTP at the border for verification. QTPs can either be yellow or blue. Yellow QTP means that the tourist should be escorted to Central Triage or Camp John Hay triage, while blue QTP means guests can go straight to the hotel or terminals with triage. Only a maximum of 3,000 tourists per day is allowed to enter on a first-come-first-serve basis.



Aside from the QTP Codes, valid IDs are also required. In addition, standard safety measures like wearing a face mask and shield are mandatory. Tourists must also observe social distancing at all times. Children below 15 years old are allowed to travel to the city, but they need adult supervision; some establishments don’t allow children.

Establishments are also operating at limited capacity. The entire city has a curfew from 12:00AM to 4:00AM.

NCR Plus includes areas like Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal.


All details and information in this article are true and accurate as of the publication date. While we are making our utmost effort to keep our content as up-to-date as possible, the condition surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be unpredictable, and the situation develops rapidly. Hence, some information and recommendations may have changed since this article was published. For the latest advice, visit DOH and your LGU's official websites.


Source:
[1] https://bit.ly/2SAPvZd
[2] https://bit.ly/2U920vF

Baguio, travels, tourist, health protocols, tourist spot, safety protocols, destinations, tourist attractions, leisure travel

Baguio is now open to tourists from NCR Plus areas. Read on to know the requirements.


The rainy season has already started, but it’s not too late to enjoy the Summer Capital of the Philippines, Baguio City. Recently, Baguio reopens for NCR Bubbles tourists as the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) eased the restrictions on leisure travel [1].

Despite many tourist attractions and destinations allowed to reopen, safety protocols are strictly reinforced. For example, trips are only on a point-to-point basis—which means that unnecessary pit stops won’t be allowed. In addition, tourists must present negative RT-PCR test results at least 72 hours before going on trips. Testing is not mandatory for kids below 17 years old unless they are showing symptoms. Those who haven’t taken any COVID-19 test must undergo antigen testing at Baguio’s Central Triage that costs PhP500 [2].

Before travel, the tourists must schedule their trips through http://visita.baguio.gov.ph. After completing the required information, the tourist will receive a Unique QR-coded Tourist Pass (QTP) code via email. The tourist has to present the QTP at the border for verification. QTPs can either be yellow or blue. Yellow QTP means that the tourist should be escorted to Central Triage or Camp John Hay triage, while blue QTP means guests can go straight to the hotel or terminals with triage. Only a maximum of 3,000 tourists per day is allowed to enter on a first-come-first-serve basis.



Aside from the QTP Codes, valid IDs are also required. In addition, standard safety measures like wearing a face mask and shield are mandatory. Tourists must also observe social distancing at all times. Children below 15 years old are allowed to travel to the city, but they need adult supervision; some establishments don’t allow children.

Establishments are also operating at limited capacity. The entire city has a curfew from 12:00AM to 4:00AM.

NCR Plus includes areas like Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal.


All details and information in this article are true and accurate as of the publication date. While we are making our utmost effort to keep our content as up-to-date as possible, the condition surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be unpredictable, and the situation develops rapidly. Hence, some information and recommendations may have changed since this article was published. For the latest advice, visit DOH and your LGU's official websites.


Source:
[1] https://bit.ly/2SAPvZd
[2] https://bit.ly/2U920vF

author

Denisse Shawntel Tan is a twenty-something who is still searching for her place in the adult world. To keep her sane from the city’s traffic, she makes art and paints with words. A self-confessed DIY addict and audiophile, you can find her making random stuff from Pinterest while listening to her 90s playlist. To get her attention, tell her that you can make sushi.

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