Oliver Bugarin 3 0 0 3 min to read

Davao de Oro kicks off tourism month and displays regional goods.

On Monday, the Davao de Oro provincial administration launched the tourism month celebration at the capitol grounds in Nabunturan town by showcasing some of its locally produced goods.

According to Christine Dompor, the senior tourist officer for the province, they have highlighted the “TurisTiange” goods and services from “Tatak Davao de Oro.”

In a statement, Dompor stated that TurisTiange “marks the official kick-off of the month-long festival.”

The towns of Compostela, Nabunturan, Maragusan, Mabini, Maco, and Pantukan are those displaying their goods. Their booths are situated in the lobby of the provincial capitol.

More tourism-related events, such as tourist training, the start of the ice cream festival, the “Turismo” awards, and the introduction of DdO circuits, will happen this month, according to Dompor.

Governor Dorothy Gonzaga declared during the opening ceremony that the provincial government would keep growing and improving the tourist sector as a source of revenue for the territory.

“This province is lucky to have three tourism circuits we can be proud of. We are working hard to enhance the local tourism economy, added Gonzaga.

Davao de Oro province has just received certification as an important tourism destination area from the Department of Tourism in the Davao Region (DOT-11).

With the recognition, the DOT-11 claimed that the province is now a part of the Tourism Promotion Board’s operations to raise awareness of it, as well as the National and Regional Tourism Development Plan known as “The Colors of Mindanao” campaign.

As the region recovers from the pandemic’s effects, Davao de Oro is acknowledged for contributing to the receipts, stays, and arrivals of tourists in the area.


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