Island Garden City of Samal (IgaCoS) - IGaCoS The Mayor Al David Torres Uy administered the induction of officers of the Samal Island Tourism Council (SITC) during the Monday's convocation at Samal Cultural Multi-purpose Gymnasium Penaplata.The local government through City Investment and Tourism Office (CITO) headed by Jennifer Cariaga, initiated the convergence of the resort owners, private sectors, Sangguniang Panlungsod members in the tourism sector, Local Government Unit, sea transport, tour operators, and others to purposely reorganize the SITC.
Big smiles from the Senior Cetizens as they recieve Social Pension Pay-out from the City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) at Samal Cultural Gymnasium.
The proposed Davao-Samal Bridge is among the projects which the Department of Public Works and Highways wants to revive following the directive of President Duterte to increase infrastructure spending.
AUGUST 16, 2016
TAGUM CITY- about T30 housewives from the Island Garden City of Samal are now gainfully employed as coco twine makers through the facility provided by the Department of Trade and Industry – Davao del Norte Provincial Office.
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JULY 4, 2016 DTP_ADMIN
Sometimes the only way standing between the rustic charms of an unspoiled beach and loud, rowdy tourists is a dirt road. Such a dirt road exists in Brgy. Camudmud, Babak District just a few meters past the main road leading to the Monfort Batcave right across an INC church on the Island Garden City of Samal in Davao.
The City Investment and Tourism Office (CITO), spearheaded by Jennifer D. Cariaga, City Tourism Officer, the Department of Tourism Region XI and ADB Canada, on August 9-12, conducted a consultation Workshop on the Regulatory Impact Assessment on the Environmental Users Fee (EUF).
JULY 4, 2016 DTP_ADMIN
Promo fares are like manna from heaven to backpackers. Book early and you get more chances of landing a roundtrip airline ticket at very low cost. I booked one for Davao City August of 2015 for just P 750.00 and flew in middle of June 2016.
It was a restful trip to the airport at dawn without the usual Metro Manila traffic and an uneventful one hour and 45 minute plane ride to Davao’s international airport. I had time to check out the 11th World Food Expo (WOFEX) at the SMX Convention Center in SM Lanang, Davao City before heading out to Sasa, Km. 11 wharf where I took a ten minute ferry boat ride to cross into Samal Island for a minimal fee of P 10.00.