The Philippines

Latest travel and entry requirements

Entry restrictions
COVID-19 test
Health declaration form
Quarantine upon arrival
Key tourist attractions
Visa requirements
  • Fully vaccinated tourists coming from all countries are now allowed to enter without the need to quarantine.
  • Unvaccinated travellers and partially vaccinated travellers or those vaccination status cannot be verified, other than the exempt categories, are not allowed to enter. Learn more here.
  • Fully vaccinated tourists and their families coming from countries eligible for visa-free entry, including Saudi Arabia and UAE, are now allowed to enter Philippines for a 30-day stay without the need to quarantine. They must provide:
    • A proof of having received the final vaccine dose at least 14 days before departure from the country of origin. Children below 12 years are exempt. The vaccine must be approved by Philippine Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the World Health Organization (WHO). Here you can find a list of countries whose vaccine certificates are accepted in Philippines, and accept VaxCerPH certificates.
    • A negative result of a RT-PCR test taken within 48 hours before departure or a negative result of a rapid antigen test taken no more than 24 hours before departure in case the traveller is aged 18 years and above and hasn't received the booster shot of the vaccine. Children aged 3 years or below are exempt. Learn more here.
    • Travellers who have received at least one booster shot are exempt from the pre-departure test. Learn more here.
    • Confirmed booking at one of the hotels/accommodations approved by Department of Tourism (DOT). Please visit our 'Quarantine upon arrival' to find full lists.
    • A return ticket to the country of origin or the next destination not later than 30 days from arrival date.
    • They must register on One Health Pass platform and submit the aforementioned documents 48 hours prior departure to get their QR code.
    • They must obtain a passport valid for at least 6 months at the time of arrival.
  • Members of international organisations already accredited to the Philippines are allowed.
  • Citizens of a few countries are allowed to stay for a period of no more than 59 days and other countries for 14 days. Learn more here.
  • Davao city has now lifted all the entry requirements for tourists. Learn more here.