TAGAYTAY City finally reopened its borders to all visitors but non-residents are required to secure a travel pass to present to authorities before entering the city. Establishments must still follow safety and hygiene guidelines while the maximum occupancy of Department of Tourism-accredited hotels is only 50 percent. Only one person is allowed per hotel room at a time.
According to Gary To, managing director of CitiGlobal Realty and Development Inc., “We always believed that appreciating the beautiful islands and other locations that our country has to offer will bless us more than we think. The country’s tourism industry has helped the country flourish, and it will do the same in this time of crisis.”
Here are some reminders, as listed by CitiGlobal:
Always study the locations you aim to study since some cities only entertain local residents while some accommodate neighboring municipalities.
Take note of the requirements needed around the area you plan to travel to like in Tagaytay requiring non-residents to have a travel pass before entering the city. Spare some time to gather all the needed valid IDs and get yourself also an updated Covid test results, so you will not have any problems when traveling from city to city.
Regardless of which community quarantine guidelines the city is under, authorities will always impose mandatory wearing of face masks and face shields, and physical distancing regulations in public to refrain the further spreading of the virus.
Lastly, when planning for a trip during these difficult times, this is one old practice that will remain helpful even in the “new normal” –advance booking. Try booking in reliable hotels like CitiGlobal’s Tagaytay Clifton Resort Suites in Tagaytay.