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Wednesday, April 27, 2022

'Go where your mind's been wandering,' highlights the re-opening of 10 popular tourist destinations


The Department of Tourism (DOT) and Tourism Promotions Board (TPB) have launched a beautiful outdoor, press, and online campaign, with the help of BBDO Guerrero, to promote domestic tourism in the Philippines as the country recovers from the pandemic and travel restrictions are eased.

The campaign 'Go where your mind's been wandering,' highlights the re-opening of 10 popular tourist destinations, from white sand beaches to strawberry farms, in captivating photos that illustrate the unique characteristics of each place and, if you look closely, reveal a silhouette of a hidden face.

From surfing in La Union, diving in Cebu and hiking in Davao, you're sure to find something you love, no matter where your mind's been wandering. 

The campaign was produced together with STILLS MNL Photographer Jason Quibilan and UGL Post Production with minimal retouching, inviting domestic tourists to rediscover the beauty of the Philippines - safely and responsibly.

Stop dreaming, start planning, now ‘go where your mind’s been wandering’.

6 comments:

  1. Dami talaga magagandang destinations dito sa Pinas at talagang mag eenjoy tayo dito #ItsMoreFunInThePhilippines💕

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  2. Wow tlga nman . Npka daming places sa philippines na tlga nman mggnda at ma eenjoy pasyalan 😍❤️

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  3. Perfect tourist spot talaga itong mga places ,grabe yarn ah , perfect talaga

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  4. Ang gaganda naman po dyan ang dami talagang beautiful destinations here in Philippines ❤️

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  5. Yay ganda place po perfect for destination para mag relax and enjoy🌸

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  6. Make perfect travel to all of your destinations.

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