THURSDAY, 10 SEPTEMBER 2015 19:34 PDF
BY CHENEEN R. CAPON
A TOTAL of 12 Japanese consultants representing different companies arrived last week to conduct a pre-feasibility study on the best possible route of the proposed bridge linking Davao City and the Island Garden City of Samal (Igacos).
“The group is studying on eight possible routes,” Department of Public Works and Highways 11 regional director Mariano Alquino said at the sidelines of the briefing convergence tourism road project of the DPWH and the Department of Tourism (DOT) at Barangay Camudmud in Babak District, Igacos last Wednesday.
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DAVAO DEL NORTE – – President Benigno Aquino III inaugurated on September 9 the Island Garden City of Samal (IGACOS) Circumferential Road, Babak-Camudmud Section, Babak District.
The 6.3-km Babak-Camudmud concrete road is part of the 96.3-km Circumferential Road, which is included in the Tourism Road Infrastructure Program of the Department of Tourism (DOT) and Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Convergence Program.
DOON PO SA AMIN in Samal Island, Davao del Norte, you will surely feel amazed on theseemingly endless list of attractions, which explains why it’s regarded as the country’s largest resort city.
Right at the heart of Davao Gulf, the Island Garden City of Samal is technically not attached to the main land of Mindanao. However, the island is very accessible through the east of Davao City. The island also has a mountain range at the eastern coast. There are also hills and some lowlands. There are around 70 resorts in this small island—you can choose to stay in the most expensive or the cheapest one.