DOT, TCP in joint program to boost tourism income
MANILA, Philippines — With tourism revenues on the wane because of government restrictions to stop the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019, the Department of Tourism (DOT) and the Tourism Congress of the Philippines (TCP) said they would work together to boost domestic tourism to make up for the losses.
“The tourism sector has agreed to roll out a tactical program that will offer more value-added tour packages, discounted accommodation rates and marked-down prices for domestic flights,” the DOT and TCP said in a joint statement.
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