Mambajao seeks to become Camiguin’s tourism center


MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, Mambajao, Oct. 1, (PIA) – After successfully reversing its status from a 6th class to a 3rd class municipality, the town is now poised to become
the island’s tourism center.

Thus, Mayor Maria Luisa Romualdo sounded a call of competitiveness among its constituents to become her active partners for development.

She believes that starting with some small extra steps and feats toward her administration’s thrusts for a “Clean and Beautiful Mambajao,” the local
government will surely sustain and win its way to become a more progressive town.

The Mayor acknowledged that their rich natural endowments can be used as leverage to push, further, the town’s tourism growth.

The municipal government is currently working closely with its local counterparts at the barangay level to identify potential tourist spots or recreational areas to

Meanwhile, Mayor Romualdo’s “zero plastic campaign” will also serve as its springboard towards achieving its vision for a clean, beautiful, healthy and progressive town.

Mambajao is the capital town of the province and the biggest among the five municipalities, where most big establishments, hotels and cottages are also located.

It is in the same town where the famous sand bar, known to many as ‘White Island’ can be found.

Other site worth seeing includes the Katibawasan Falls, Kabiling Cave, Ardent and Tangub Hot Spring, Mt. Hibok-hibok Crater, Hikdop Reef, and the old San Nicolas Church.

The town has recently concluded its town fiesta which threads on the theme “Mambajao sa Bag-ong Dekada”, highlighted with a nightly demonstrations, hat parade, and the annual search for Ms. Mambajao, to showcase its talented and brilliant beauties. (PIA-10)


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