MAMBAJAO, CAMIGUIN, April 3 (PIA) — Maintaining the island as a tourist friendly destination, the tourism office here, pulls in drivers for another round of front line service training, anticipating the increase of visitors arrival in the province this lent season and for the rest of the summer.
The activity is heavily attended by van, public utility jeepney and multicab drivers who often serve as tour guides as they ferry visitors in their island tour, hopping from one tourist spot to another.
“The two-day training aims to teaching them how to effectively deal with the visitors, locals and foreigners alike, to be able to provide excellent quality service,” Candice Naomi L. Borromeo, the provincial tourism chief explained.
She said they always run trainings like this year after year, not only to drivers but to hotel, cottages, and restaurant operator as well.
“It’s the best way to perfect their vacation here, guests must feel good and enjoy every minute of their stay here by providing extra special and hassle free service,” Borromeo noted. (PIA10)