What was remembered as a place of death and tragedy in a mountainous area in Misamis Oriental will now become a thriving tourist destination after the provincial government converted a parcel of land near the Cebu Pacific Flight 5J387 crash site into a tourism complex and botanical garden.
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The provincial government of Camiguin has come up with a pandemic response playbook in response to the threat of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) while awaiting the reopening of the local tourism industry.
By Mart D. Sambalud Davao Today KAPALONG, Davao del Norte—More than 200 students of private and public secondary schools here…
Tourism regional secretary Art Boncato Jr. (fourth, right) poses with representatives of Cebu Pacific, malls and tourism groups in Davao to promote Davao Fun Sale, a tourism drive in 2014 that will promote shopping discounts and tourism into the city. (davaotoday.com photo by Tyrone A. Velez)
By RAWI JUNE AMAGA-MORANDANTE
Rising at an altitude of 2,674 meters above sea level, it’s rich in biological diversity and distinct with its magnificent mossy forest — true to being part of the Mt. Apo National Park.
A huge Philippine map created using 50,000 Lego blocks is displayed at the SM Lanang in Davao City. It showcased…
By MART D. SAMBALUD
“The bat cave conservation management plan will enable us to formulate and implement policies that will protect our bat caves from the abuses of some people who visited the caves for tourism and research purposes.” — Roderick Parcon, coordinator for the town’s Municipal Tourism Office
By MART D. SAMBALUD
From a rustic town to a progressive metropolis in the province of Davao del Norte, the city has a lot to offer from its colorful festivals, vibrant multi-cultural events and man-made tourist spots aiming to be the premiere tourist destination in the North, next to Davao City.
Building the huge all-concrete structure — chiroptorium — will not come cheap.