TIGERAIR Philippines is offering a 75 percent cut on fares on domestic destinations in a special seat sale from June 22 to 25, 2014 or until seats last. This is for travel from July 15 to Dec. 31, 2014.
The 75 percent off fares are available on the following travel dates and destinations: Travel from July 14 to Dec. 31, 2014 to Cagayan de Oro, and travel from Aug. 1 to Dec. 31, 2014 to Bacolod, Cebu, Kalibo, Iloilo, Puerto Prinsesa and Tacloban.
“We encourage travelers to take advantage of this 75 percent seat sale promo to plan a short trip to explore the Philippines during the usual off-peak season in the Philippines. This promo is part of our promise to deliver products and services beyond par. Expect more fantastic promos as we partner with Cebu Pacific, the country’s largest low cost carrier making our network wider,” said Joey Laurente, Tigerair Philippines VP for Commercial.
Laurente said this is the time of year when people can join the country’s many festivals that attract tourists from all over the globe.
This August, Cayagan de Oro will mount its annual Kagay-an Festival, a weeklong celebration of agricultural trade fairs, cultural street dancing parade and competition, and the Golden Float Parade.
Dubbed by National Geographic magazine as one of the 12 must-do activities in October and featured by CNN as one of the 12 best things about the Philippines, the MassKara Festival has been celebrated annually in Bacolod which is also popular for its moniker, “The City of Smiles.”
Celebrated yearly on the third of November is the Pintaflores Festival in San Carlos City, Negros Occidental. Pintaflores is a portmanteau derived from the words pintados (paint, tattoo) and flores (flowers). The festival promotes the beauty of its local and the talent of its people through pageants, talent shows, body-painting competitions, and street dancing.
Angono, Rizal takes pride with its Higantes Festival that brings hundred of tourists to their town every 23rd of November. Known as the Art Capital of the Philippines, Angono parades around 100 higantes, giant mascot-like dolls that can measure as high as 12 feet and are made out of paper mache. (PR)