Philippines promotes ‘Future farms’ as sustainable tourist attractions
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Philippines promotes ‘Future farms’ as sustainable tourist attractions

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06-21-2022
 
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Philippines Department of Tourism (DOT) recently launched “Future Farms”, a digital campaign to promote farm tourism to offer travelers refreshing environment.

“Future Farms” is the government agency’s efforts to redevelop tourism products and seek out new types of destinations and activities for travelers.

This innovation allows farm owners to maximize the potential of their property, employ more people, and give tourists more destinations to discover and agri-tourism products to enjoy.

The Farm Tourism campaign introduces a series of videos of must-see farms possessing unique characteristics of a ‘’future farm”. The farms to be featured are located all over the Philippines and include sites such as Diaspora Farm and Resort in Bacolor, Pampanga, Amancio Nicolas Agri-Tourism Academy in Cordon, Isabela, Yamang Bukid in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Orchard Valley Farm in Pavia, Iloilo, Vita Isola Leisure Farm in Loon, Bohol, Damires Hills Tierra Verde in Janiuay, Iloilo etc.

The DOT said its farm tourism campaign “will definitely awaken the farmer in you as you explore the unique and fascinating farms in the country.” The Future Farms video series can be viewed at the “Tourism Philippines” YouTube channel.

With the relaxing ambiance and scenery of Vita Isola Leisure Farm, tourists can slow down and escape the noise of the cities. Visitors can experience both relaxation and learning with their farm tours and recreational activities.

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