Tourism orientation,  planning forum to be conducted in Sadanga

BONTOC, Mountain Province – In pursuit of the quest for the development and promotion of tourism in the municipality of Sadanga, personnel from the Provincial Tourism Office will heed the invitation for them to facilitate the conduct of Tourism Planning in Sadanga on August 9-10, 2018.

The invitation is an offshoot of the activities being conducted by the Provincial Tourism Office in the various municipalities in a bid to better the tourism industry of the province.

Tourism planning were already conducted earlier in the municipalities of Paracelis and Barlig. The same is to be conducted in Natonin and Besao next.

During the 2-day event, the tourism personnel will talk on Basic Tourism Awareness, tourism situationer, municipal and province, tourism profiling, and value chain analysis on tourism. Workshops will be the main feature of the tourism planning sessions.

Sadanga hosts the wonderful Fuwaas Falls which is being frequented by tourists after it was featured by Jessica Sotto in her show segment in GMA TV. It is here where the mystical Angoten Cave and Dansel Cave is located in the upland of Barangay Belwang.

The Maatong Communal Hot Bath is a sulfuric spring located in the middle of the community in Poblacion. The healing waters make the people healthy and cleansed.

The Anabel village and rice terraces is also a sight to behold with a helmet resembling formation and with the village located at the middle of the rice terraces. These are among the tourist attractions aside from the steadfast culture of the people.

“May we request your personnel from the Provincial Tourism Office to be with us on August 9-10 to facilitate said activity”, wrote Mayor Jose A. Limmayog, Jr. to Governor Bonifacio Lacwasan, Jr.

90 participants from the eight barangays are expected to attend the activity.

“We are happy to inform you that our Municipal Tourism Code was already approved”, the letter of Mayor stated indicating that the activity is rightly conducive with the approval of the tourism code.

By Roger Sacyaten


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