Metro Manila is now under Alert Level 2 (November 5- 21, 2021.)1 According to the guidelines of the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) on Emerging Infectious Diseases, children are permitted outside their homes subject to a few rules (such as face masks.)

Here are some ideas.

1. Parks.

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Picnic? Frisbee? Playground? We’re now permitted in public and private parks. Some villages have their own private parks. Here are some public ones:

Pro Tip:
Do not forget the bubbles!

2. Zoo.

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According to the IATF guidelines, establishments are now allowed to operate at 50% (indoor) or 70% (outdoor).

Pro Tip:
Prepare a list of animals your kids want to see and check them off one by one at the zoo

3. Swimming.

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It’s mid-November and many pools are cold. Pansol, Laguna resorts offer naturally heated pools. Many are private resorts.

There are also beaches nearby such as:

  • Nasugbu, Batangas
  • Puerto Galera
  • Laiya, Batangas
  • Bataan/Subic area

Pro Tip:
Please check the local regulations as an RT-PCR test and/or a vaccine card may be required by the LGU.

4. Horseback riding.

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Rancho Leonor in Cavite and El Kabayo in Pampanga offer horseback riding lessons and experiences.

Pro Tip:
Bring a change of clothes, ample water, sunscreen and a hat.

Physical and mental wellness for adults and children cannot be stressed enough. If you’d like more ideas on activities you can do with your children, drop us an email at