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Leading cruise companies eyeing Philippines as favorite destination

THREE of the world’s leading cruise companies—Carnival Corp., Royal Caribbean International and Norwegian Cruise Lines—have expressed interest to help develop the Philippines as a cruise-ship destination, the Philippine Embassy in Washington, D.C., said recently.

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What’s not to love in Bohol’s rendezvous called Amorita

BOHOL is every traveler’s fancy. Why not? It has the best combination of allure, nature and adventure—day in, day out. And where else do you want your love affair with this naturally gifted province to begin than in Amorita.

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Tacloban businesses reap benefits of tourism boom

TACLOBAN CITY—Tourism-related businesses continue to reap the benefits yielded by the arrival of humanitarian-relief organizations here, eight months after Supertyphoon Yolanda (international code name Haiyan) wreaked havoc in the capital of Leyte province.

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Momo Beach House’s SeaChi Yoga Retreat leads participants to discover nature’s peace, pleasures

BOUTIQUE resort Momo Beach House, in Bohol province’s Panglao Island, recently hosted its first SeaChi Yoga Retreat, an exclusive yoga and wellness event that gathered a diverse group of individuals looking to discover nature’s peace and pleasures.

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