Czech Visitors Agree: It’s More Fun in the Philippines

Czech visitors eager to learn more about the Philippines at Holiday World 2020 at PVA Expo Praha when the fair opened to the general public on 15 February 2020. (Princess Nathalie R. Roll photo via DFA)
“We want to send this photo to our friends who are currently in Palawan” said fair exhibitors who also intend to visit the Philippines in the future. (Prague PE photo)

Prague – “We are very happy to see more Czechs getting interested in visiting the Philippines,” said Philippine Ambassador to the Czech Republic Ombra T. Jainal when Holiday World 2020 opened to the general public on 15 February 2020.

Visitors, with their families and friends, flocked to the Philippine booth to learn about the destinations in the Philippines, sights, activities, entry and stay regulations, travel time, accommodation, among others.

Philippine Ambassador to the Czech Republic Ombra T. Jainal meets Ms. Ludmila Puldova, one of the veteran guides of CK Livingstone, at Holiday World 2020 at PVA Expo Praha on 14 February 2020. According to Ms. Puldova, CK Livingstone’s tour packages to the Philippines are always sold out. (Prague PE photo)

For visitors who had been to the Philippines, they came to share their beautiful experiences in the islands and to find out new destinations for future visits. “We’ve been to the Philippines many times and we want to know what else we can see,” said a Czech couple.

Co-owner of Nomad Karel Stary welcomes Philippine Ambassador to the Czech Republic Ombra T. Jainal at his company’s booth at PVA Expo Praha, 14 February 2020. Nomád, in partnership with CK Livingstone, sells tours to the Philippines in Ždár nad Sázavou, Prague and Brno. (Prgaue PE photo)

Ambassador Jainal earlier expressed the same sentiments with some of the major travel and tours agencies when he visited their stands at the tourism trade fair on 14 February 2020. CK Livingstone, China Tours, and Nomád conveyed to the Ambassador that their tours to the Philippines are always sold out. According to them, Czech tourists are amazed at the natural wonders of the Philippines, especially in Palawan, Cebu, Bohol, and Boracay. Czechs also appreciate the man-made Banaue Rice Terraces and the culture and traditions of Filipinos in Northern Luzon.

Program Manager of China Tours Jan Pospisil presents to Philippine Ambassador to the Czech Republic Ombra T. Jainal the tour packages his company offers to Czech tourists bound for the Philippines at Holiday World 2020, PVA Expo Praha, 14 February 2020. China Tours is one of the biggest agencies for travels to Asia in the Czech Republic. (Prague PE photo)

For more information on Philippine destinations, visit www.philippines.travel.


For more information, visit https://www.praguepe.dfa.gov.ph or
https://www.facebook.com/PHinCzechRepublic.

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