All aboard! 2GO sets sail for affordable ‘revenge travels’ to Cebu


Team Out of Town Blog Hub (Outoftownblog.com) – As more regions in the country open with less restrictions on leisure trips under the most relaxed Covid-19 alert level, 2GO and its partners launch the Sail & Stay in Cebu for Filipinos to avail of their very own ‘sailcation’ package.

With the warmer days fast approaching, more Filipino families are keen to spend the summer season outside of their houses, for some, probably a first since the pandemic hit two years ago.

MOA Signing between HRRACI represented by President Alfred Reyes, 2GO AVP for Marketing Blessie Cruz witnessed by Atty Joy Pesquera, Chairman of the Cebu City Tourism Council and Michael Sharpe, VP-Allied Services, HRRACI.
MOA Signing between HRRACI represented by President Alfred Reyes, 2GO AVP for Marketing Blessie Cruz witnessed by Atty Joy Pesquera, Chairman of the Cebu City Tourism Council, and Michael Sharpe, VP-Allied Services, HRRACI.

In collaboration with the non-profit organization Hotel, Resort and Restaurant Association of Cebu, Inc. (HRRACI), 2GO is offering a package rate of PHP3,599 for a minimum of two persons inclusive of one-way all-in ticket fare with package options of three days and two nights stay at the six hotels who signed up in the company’s exclusive travel offer.

These hotels include Bai Hotel, Cebu Grand Hotel, One Central Hotel, Quest Hotel, Savoy Hotel Mactan, and Waterfront Cebu City.

HRRACI President Alfred Reyes agreed on last month’s travel fair when he noted that it’s time to travel again.

“With the opening of the economy, HRRAC fully supports the revival of travel and tourism. With some domestic places seeing relaxed restrictions, local travelers can now have the unique travel experience via 2GO,” said Mr. Reyes.

“HRRAC has already ventured into air travel which is further complemented by 2GO for the sea. Our partnership provides easier access to different destinations through 2GO’s customer interaction center and a seamless experience for your sea trips and your hotel stays. Our partnership aims to foster the economy’s growth and slowly brings back the confidence of traveling amidst these times,” Mr. Reyes added.

Tourists will be pleased to know that travel to the entire island of Cebu is now permitted. Of course, even if the effect of the pandemic has been waning over the past few weeks, compliance to the minimum public health standards is still observed. That said, based on the recent bulletin of the IATF, the entire island will be under Alert Level 2 until March 15, 2022.

Although the movement in the province across its cities like Cebu, Mandaue, and Lapu-Lapu is now allowed, travelers are still urged to check the local travel requirements like a valid vaccination card or certification issued by your local government unit (LGU) or another legitimate vaccinating establishment. “We are ready to welcome back leisure and business travels as more destinations open up. The Sail and Stay program are really affordable which lets you experience hotel accommodations on sea and land, convenient booking, and allows you to explore sea travel on 2GO’s new world-class vessels,” said Blessie Cruz, Assistant Vice President for Marketing at 2GO.

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