Davao Norte offers tourism packages
Subscribe Now June 26, 2013 at 06:57pm
Governor Rodolfo del Rosario led the launching of the “lets touR DavnoR” Tourism Circuit Packages to offer bundled trips to the top destinations in the province, as part of the extensive promotions and marketing campaign of the Provincial Government.
The event was one of the highlights of the opening salvo of the week-long Kadagayaan Festival 2013, in celebration of the 46th Araw ng Davao del Norte on July 1.
With affordable day tour packages ranging from P800 to P1,500 per individual, foreign and local visitors can choose to bask in the allure of pristine white sand beaches or enjoy the equally-satisfying agriculture, culture and ecology (ACE) destinations in the province.
Aside from the world-class beaches in the Island Garden City of Samal, the vast banana plantations in the mainland and the highland journey in nature and culture to include waterfalls, springs, and lakes, as well as, the Ata-Manobo Cultural Village complete Davao del Norte’s tourism brand offering from “Island to Highland.”
Provincial Tourism Council president Araceli Ayuste said some of the tourism packages feature destinations in two or more local government units that were clustered to ensure that nobody is left out as far as tourism development is concerned.
She revealed the bundles were identified by the respective local tourism officers with the concurrence of the various tour operators and travel agencies in the region.
With the tour packages, Provincial Tourism Officer Noel Daquioag said it is now easier to introduce products and services available in the different cities and municipalities of the province.
He added the project also aims to instill among the Dabaonons greater pride and interest on the best things that their own province has to offer.
In order to stir the local tourism industry, Daquioag's office has since initiated the "Kilalanin Ang Sariling Atin (Know Your Own)" tagline to invite Davao del Norte residents to be inbound tourists and co-travellers, as well, and sharing the experiences and having fun with the visitors.
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