The Cagayan Tourism Workplace is launching its first-ever out of doors tourism journey following the path of the nationwide authorities to chill out the face masks mandate in well-ventilated public locations.

(Picture from Cagayan Tourism Workplace / DOT)

Dubbed as “Enjoyable Bike: Padyak Para sa Turismo,” Aparri Tourism calls all bike lovers to hitch the Cagayan Bike-Packing Journey, a day-long “no masks” out of doors journey to advertise the native tourism of Cagayan.

That is in celebration of the Nationwide Tourism Month this September as propagated by the Division of Tourism (DOT) to bolster tourism insights within the provinces.

The Bike-Packing Journey takes off on September 25. Cyclers will begin from the historic Arc of Aparri city in Baranggay Tallungan earlier than traversing the municipalities of Baggao, Gattaran, Santa Teresita, Gonzaga, and Santa Ana.

It’s a day-long exercise of pedaling, mountain climbing, trekking, tenting, swimming, and nature exploration that can parade the seashores of Cagayan province, identified to be the “Boracay of the North.”

Tourism Officer Joanna Delantar, of Aparri Tourism, stated that apart from bike-packing adventures, they have been additionally piloting simultaneous occasions in a month-long exercise such because the inter-high tourism quiz bee; photograph and video contest; and the Miss Aparri Tourism Ambassadress 2022 that concludes the celebration on Sept. 27.

“Padyak Para Sa Turismo will begin on the Welcome Arc to Port of Aparri. The route will embody varied vacationer spots in Aparri to instill huge consciousness of the present vacationer spots and traditions of our municipality,” Delantar informed the Manila Bulletin.

Delantar stated the occasion will even promote biking as it’s good for well being and bolsters ethical obligation in safeguarding the atmosphere by using a smoke-less mode of transportation.

“Except for encouraging residents to have interaction in biking as an alternate mode of transportation, we additionally need to restore the arrogance of individuals in touring safely regardless of the pandemic,” she added.

 

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