Missing jet setting and traveling around the Philippines especially during this season? When the COVID-19 pandemic has finally died down, where do you want to travel next after the lockdown? 

Why not consider one of these cities below, which are now under the general community quarantine, for a starter? 


*To honor the Sto. Nino, the Ati-atihan Festival is celebrated every January in the province of Aklan. The use of neon colors to street parties added more pop to their must-see celebration. Experience this unique display of the Philippine culture soon!


*Caticlan is your gateway to Boracay Island - the paradise we all probably yearn to explore this summer. Swim in the crystal blue waters of Boracay again with RedDoorz!


*Laoag is an Ilocano term for the “place of light or clarity,” hence it being called the City of Light. The city is also famous for the Paoay Sand Dunes, Sinking Bell Tower, and Malacanang of the North. Include Laoag in your Post-Quarantine Bucket List!

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*One way to beat the init with a twist is to probably have an adventure through white water rafting in the Cagayan De Oro River. Just imagine the splashes of water and the rush of the river when you try this one out!

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**General Santos City*

*Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao might be the one to engrave GenSan in the world’s map, but did you know that this city is also the Tuna Capital of the Philippines? If you are a Tuna lover, have a taste of their authentic Tuna dishes! 

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*Road trip after Covid? Tacloban is the home of the longest bridge in the Philippines. San Juanico Bridge is part of the Pan-Philippine Highway that connects Samar and Leyte. It was inaugurated during the Marcos’ regime in 1973. 

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*Bohol is tagged to be God’s Little Paradise and nobody doubts that because of the beautiful attractions this place is surrounded with. There are a lot of beaches and other city tourist spots you can explore soon!


*Dumaguete City’s people are popular for being enthralling and captivating when it comes to their visitors, which is the main reason why it is called the City of Gentle People. Be captivated as well with its beautiful tourist attractions, especially in Siquijor, during your next stay with RedDoorz. 

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*The Last Frontier. With Palawan’s marine life, the city is considered to be one of the few tourist spots which has protected waters and preserved coral reefs. Be in awe as soon as you swim in their turquoise seas.

**Roxas City*

*Boasting an 80-kilometer coastline, Roxas City is definitely dubbed as the Seafood Capital of the Philippines. According to a tourism website, “It holds one of the richest fishing grounds and is a major contributor to the aquamarine industry of the country.”

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