Mambajao drafts own local tourism code


MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, July 10 (PIA) — Mambajao, the capital town of the island province, included a photo gallery of the town’s prime tourist destinations last week as part of the draft of their tourism code.

Editha Moosreiner, the Mambajao municipal tourism code co-chairperson, said that the code will contain information on transportation access, places to visit, and where to stay on this part of the island.

The new set of pictures in the said photo gallery features existing and potential tourist spots, as well as historical landmarks, and will soon fill the town’s tourism pages, brochures, and postcards.

Moosreiner said they have already conducted a public hearing and have accomplished the tourism master plan.

She further revealed the planned construction of a view deck at the Tongatoc cliff that allows a great view of Tangub Bay in Barangay Naasag, a favorite site of diving enthusiasts.

“It is more known internationally; this spot often serves as the initial dive site for novice divers, mostly Europeans,” she said.

Tangub Bay is also best known for snorkeling, boating, swimming and sailing.

Other interesting tourist attractions of Camiguin, Mambajao include the old San Nicolas de Tolentino Church, Plaza Union, Katibawasan Falls, White Island, Saay Spring, Tangub Hot Spring, and Ardent Hibok-hibok hot spring. (PIA 10)


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