ORANI, Bataan, July 3 (PIA) — More local and foreign tourists are now expected to flock Orani town in Bataan as the Department of Tourism (DOT) launched Tuesday a new tourism package.
Dubbed as “One Countryside Experience,” this new project features faith tourism, farm tourism and eco-tourism that would advocate the development of tourism products and tour packages in countryside areas.
DOT Regional Director Carolina Uy lauded the potential of Orani’s attractions and historical landmarks which will surely engage more visitors.
“I’ve discovered that you have so many assets here in Orani. To see our assets when combined creatively communicates the Philippine way of life,” Uy said during the One Countryside Experience launching held in front of the Orani municipal hall.
Uy stressed that the tour package would cater to the demands and interests of tourists visiting Bataan.
For his part, Mayor Efren Pascual Jr. pledged to ensure better economic opportunities for his constituents.
“Orani is committed in ensuring that this program will really make sure that it will connect economically to our people,” Pascual furthered.
The local chief executive said the project would be a major contribution to the town’s vision that by 2020, Orani will be one of the top five eco-tourism destinations in Central Luzon.
Tourists may avail their day tour package priced at Php1,750 per person which includes entrance fees, snacks, lunch, tour guide fee, transportation, and souvenir item.
Among the destinations included are the Bataan National Park at the Tala View deck, various agricultural and aqua farm sites, and Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Parish Church.
For further inquiries, those interested may call or text 09276311247 or email email@example.com. (CLJD/MJSD-PIA 3)