Alaminos Mangrove Tree Planting CSR

Alaminos Mangrove Tree Planting

Coastal Clean Up and Hundred Island Tour

Pangasinan

ALAMINOS Mangrove Tree Planting

Itinerary

01:00 AM ETD Manila

06:00 AM ETA Alaminos Breakfast

Travel to Mangrove Community Site

Mangrove Ecosystem Talk

Mangrove Tree Planting

Coastal Clean Up

Wash Up and Clean Up for Lunch

11:30 AM Eat All You Can Seafood Lunch

01:00 OPTIONS

  1. Travel Back to Manila ETD Manila 6PM
  2. Hundred Island Tour (pax account) ETD Manila 11PM
  3. Spend the night in Alaminos to do the Bolinao Adventures next day)

 Package Rate on

Option 1 Option 2 Option 3
P 777/pax base min 48 pax

P 888/pax base min 30 pax

P 999/pax base min of 15 pax

P 1,777/pax base min 48 pax

P 2,388/pax base min 30 pax

P 2,999/pax base min of 15 pax

P 2,888/pax base min 48 pax

P 3,888/pax base min 30 pax

P 4,999/pax base min of 15 pax

Inclusive of

Sea Food Lunch prepared by the community

Magrove Propagules and maintenance

Magrove Park Entrance Fee

Group/Company Certificate of Tree Planting

Service of the Shepherd

Photodocumentation

Inclusive of

Option 1

Hundred Island Hopping Tour

Boat

Boat Crew

Lifevest

PM Snacks

Not Included: dinner on way home

Inclusive of

Option 1 n 2

Bolinao Adventure Tour

Boat, Boat Crew & Lifevest

Family Room Accommodation

Use of Resort Facilities

 

Not Included: Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch,

NOT Included: Transportation to and from the site, tip to the drivers

Optional Cost

  1. Bus Rental (49 seater, 9 center seats)
  2. Mini Bus 32 seater (to follow)
  3. Coaster 22 seater (to follow)
  4. Van 10 seater (to follow)
  5. Jolibee Breakfast P 100
  6. AM / PM Snacks P 200
  7. Individual Conservation Certificate P 100

 Alaminos Mangrove Tree Planting

What to Wear

  1. Full Rubber shoe, ready to get wet in the water
  2. Light shirt, hat
  3. sunblock

 

What to bring

  1. Bottled water
  2. personal snack
  3. Personal medicine
  4. Slippers
  5. Extra Set of Clothes

 

FOR Inquiry or Temporary Reservation (Travel while you can)

  • Please Fill up the blanks below and email to mother_nature888@nacci888.org Earliest possible to get your travel goal well organized.
  • Company/Group: _______________________

Contact Person :___________________________

Land Line _____________________

Cellphone :____________________

Email Address:____________________

Target EcoTour/Location: _______________

Target Date of Travel :_________________

Number of Participants: _______________

 Incomplete information will not be entertained          

  • Please call 8061720 to check if there are still slots
  • Please make a book and buy payment at Las Pinas Home Office
  • deposit at Account of Nature Awareness and Conservation Club, Inc Banco de Oro Account number 000680755357 Savings (Bank SWIFT Code BNORPHMM

Or at Metrobank Account for NACCI members and patrons

  • Scan the deposit slip and email at Mother_nature888@nacci888.org
  • Then we will email back the Official Receipt and Certificate of Booking Confirmation, w more detailed itinerary.
  • Late Registrants will be accommodated if there are still space available.
  • Unused reservation fee, services, rooms, tickets, meals are non refundable, non-rebookable and non offsetable to other paid guest. BUT transferable to another new guest 3 days before the trip please notify the club, otherwise reservation will be forfeited.
  • FOR CSR/School Field Trips/Team Buildings/ : Please give your target date, trip specifications, and budget EARLIEST POSSIBLE, so we can work on customized package trip and logistics.
  • Upon confirmation of logistics on your target date, we will send Statement of Account soonest.
  • All cost and expenses outside the itinerary and package inclusions will be shouldered by the guest and not offsetable from other paid inclusions.
  • Reservation is guaranteed after the full payment.
  • Rate is subject to change with out prior notice

 

Thank you, Carpe Diem and GOD Bless

 

Violet C. Imperial 

Nature Awareness & Conservation Club, Inc.

6978729 (9am to 5pm Only)  / 09322439478 viber / 09155101600

EMAIL: mother_nature888@nacci888.org

BLOGSITE: https://philecotourism.wordpress.com

https://www.facebook.com/ResponsibleNatureAdventuresPhilippines

Skype : Mothernatureasia

My Life is GOD’s Gift to Me, what I do with it, is my Gift to HIM.      

Mangrove Animals

Mangroves Protected Area Philippines

MARINE PROTECTED AREA W MANGROVES

http://www.bmb.gov.ph/index.php/database/marine-protected-areas

function of Mangroves

MPA MUNICIPALITY /PROVINCE REGION
1.       Aberawan Community-Managed Mangrove & Marine Area El Nido, Palawan Mimaropa
2.       Alabat Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Alabat, Quezon REGION IV-A (CALABARZON)
3.       Ambugan Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Inabanga, Bohol REGION VII (Central Vis)
4.       Arnedo Marine Protected Area (Mangrove) Bolinao, Pangasinan REGION I (Ilocos Region)
5.       Bani Mangrove Marine Protected Area Bani Pangasinan REGION I (Ilocos Region)
6.       Banoon Islet Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve CP Garcia, Bohol REGION VII (Central Vis)
7.       Baong River Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Surigao Del Norte REGION XIII (Caraga)
8.       Barotac Mangrove Reserve & Aquatic Wildlife Sanctuary Borotac Nuevo, Ilo ilo REGION VI (Western Vis)
9.       Basin Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Masbate REGION V (Bicol Region)
10.   Basot Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Caramoan, Camarines Sur REGION V (Bicol Region)
11.   – Batan Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve/Fish Sanctuary Rapu rapu, Albay REGION V (Bicol Region)
12.   Bayagnan Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Tagana-an, Surigao del Norte REGION XIII (Caraga)
13.   Bilabid Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Tagana-an, Surigao del Norte REGION XIII (Caraga)
14.   Brgy. Biasong Mangrove Protection and Rehabilitation and Fish Sanc. (prop) San Isidro, Leyte REGION 8 (Eastern Vis)
15.   Brgy. Tagda Municipal Mangrove Forest Reserve Hinigaran Negros Occidental NIR – Negros Island Region
16.   Burias Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Claveria, Masbate REGION V (Bicol Region)
17.   Cabalao Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Burdeos, Quezon REGION IV-A (CALABARZON)
     
MPA MUNICIPALITY /PROVINCE REGION
18.   Cabalete Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Mauban, Quezon REGION IV-A (CALABARZON)
19.   Cabilao Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve & TZMR Loon, Bohol REGION VII (Central Vis)
20.   Calatagan Mangrove Forest Conservation Park Quilitisan, Calatagan, REGION IV-A (CALABARZON)
21.   Calatagan Mangrove Rehabilitation and Nursery Project Balibago, Calatagan, Batangas REGION IV-A (CALABARZON)
22.   Carogo Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Mandaon, Masbate REGION V (Bicol Region)
23.   Catmon Mangrove Protected Area Catmon, San Juan, Batangas REGION IV-A (CALABARZON)
24.   Caye Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Surigao del Norte REGION XIII (Caraga)
25.   Condona Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Surigao del Sur REGION XIII (Caraga)
26.   Delapaz Mangrove Planting Cortez, Bohol REGION VII (Central Vis)
27.   Dinagat Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Surigao del Norte REGION XIII (Caraga)
28.   East Bucas Grande Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Socorro, Surigao del Norte REGION XIII (Caraga)
29.   Estaca Mangrove/Fish Sanctuary Compostela, Cebu REGION VII (Central Vis)
30.   Gordon Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Surigao del Sur REGION XIII (Caraga)
31.  Haponan Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Caramoan, Camarines Sur REGION V (Bicol Region)
32.   Hikdop Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Surigao City, Surigao del Norte REGION XIII (Caraga)
33.   Icol Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Burdeos, Quezon REGION IV-A (CALABARZON)
34.   Imelda Mangrove Protected Area Imelda, San Juan, Batangas REGION IV-A (CALABARZON)
35.   Islet of Batas Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Bohol REGION VII (Central Vis)
36.   Jandayan Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Jafete, Bohol REGION VII (Central Vis)
37.   Jomalig Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Jomalig, Quezon REGION IV-A (CALABARZON)
38.   Kalotkot Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Patnanungan, Quezon REGION IV-A (CALABARZON) REGION IV-A (CALABARZON)
MPA MUNICIPALITY /PROVINCE REGION
39.   LUFFEA Mangrove Conservation Luna, Bolinao, Pangasinan REGION I (Ilocos Region)
40.   Lahay Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Camarines Sur REGION V (Bicol Region)
41.  Lapinig Chico Islet Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve CP Garcia, Bohol REGION VII (Central Vis)
42.  Lobo Mangrove Forest Conservation Area Lobo, Batangas REGION IV-A (CALABARZON)
43.   Lucsuhin Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Caramoan, Camarines Sur REGION V (Bicol Region)
44.   Mahaba Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve /Fish Sanctuary Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur REGION XIII (Caraga)
45.   Mahanay Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Talibon, Bohol REGION VII (Central Vis)
46.   Mangrove areas along Taon River Surigao del Sur REGION XIII (Caraga)
47.  Mangrove areas along the banks of Daraga River Daraga, Albay REGION V (Bicol Region)
48.   Mangrove areas along the banks of Mamburao River Mamburao Occidental Mindoro Mimaropa
49.   Mangrove areas along the coastlines of Dupon Bay from Sacay Point up to the mouth of Dupon Bay Isabel, Leyte REGION 8 (Eastern Vis)
50.   Mangrove areas east of Inabanga River to Pampang Inabanga, Bohol REGION VII (Central Vis)
51.   Mangrove areas east of Soom River to Pampang Trinidad, Bohol REGION VII (Central Vis)
52.   Mangrove areas from Agio Point up to the municipality of Cambuyao Bohol REGION VII (Central Vis)
53.   Mangrove areas from Baculin Point to Lakud Point Caraga, Davao Oriental REGION XI (Davao Reg)
54.   Mangrove areas from Bo. Biabas to Bo. Ondol including Bo. Condray and Juagdag Palawan Mimaropa
55.   Mangrove areas from Bo. Tuban and Bo. Manpagui in Santa Cruz Baybay, Leyte REGION 8 (Eastern Vis)
56.   Mangrove areas from Del Pilar River to Palita Island, Bo. Salvacion & Dahican Capalonga, Camarines Norte REGION V (Bicol Region)
57.   Mangrove areas from Diutag River to Lomocab River Palawan Mimaropa
58.   Mangrove areas from Liangan River to Lipatan River Lanao del Norte REGION X (North Min)
59.   Mangrove areas from Malubog Point up to Barangay Sambulawan including the Island of Pisan Zamboanga del Sur REGION IX (Zam Pen)
MPA MUNICIPALITY /PROVINCE REGION
60.   Mangrove areas from Tanuip Point in Banao to Kinablangan Island Baganga, Davao Oriental REGION XI (Davao Reg)
61.   Mangrove areas from the mun. of Tagalisay to the mouth of Tigbao River including east of Vitali Is. Tungawan, Zamboanga Sibugay REGION IX (Zam Pen)
62.   Mangrove areas in the banks of Batel Creek, Sta. Cruz Occidental Mindoro Mimaropa
63.   Mangrove areas of Port Tambang including banks of Tambang River and Olas River Camarines Sur REGION V (Bicol Region)
64.   Mangroves along the banks of Delchi River, Buang Creek and Parusan River in Inuran and Sapitan Bay Camarines Sur REGION V (Bicol Region)
65.   Mangroves along the banks of Donsol River Donsol Sorsogon REGION V (Bicol Region)
66.   Mangroves along the banks of Looc River Tinambac, Camarines Sur REGION V (Bicol Region)
67.   Mangroves along the banks of Pasil River, Magdalena Masbate REGION V (Bicol Region)
68.   Mangroves along the banks of Sagnay River Sagnay Camarines Sur REGION V (Bicol Region)
69.   Mangroves along the banks of Salog River South Leyte REGION 8 (Eastern Vis)
70.   Mangroves along the banks of Sta. Rosa River in San Jacinto San Jacinto Masbate REGION V (Bicol Region)
71.   Mangroves at the western side of Casiliga River Island of Soguicay Bulalacao, Oriental Mindoro Mimaropa
72.   Mangroves at the western side of Sukol River Bongabong, Oriental Mindoro Mimaropa
73.   Mangroves between Bo. Tamosa and Bagasico Masbate REGION V (Bicol Region)
74.   Mangroves in Bo. Gibgos and Taboan Caramoan, Camarines Sur REGION V (Bicol Region)
75.   Mangroves in Toos Cove in Mandaon Mandaon, Masbate REGION V (Bicol Region)
76.   Manlag Community-Managed Mangrove Forest El Nido Palawan Mimaropa
77.   Middle Bucas Grande Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Socorro, Surigao del Norte REGION XIII (Caraga)
78.   Pacijan Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve San Francisco Cebu REGION VII (Central Vis)
79.   Palasan Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Burdeos, Quezon REGION IV-A (CALABARZON)
80.   Panggangan Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve /CEP Calape, Bohol REGION VII (Central Vis)
     
MPA MUNICIPALITY /PROVINCE REGION
81.   Panglao Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve/TZMR Panglao, Bohol

Dauis, Bohol

REGION VII (Central Vis)
82.   Pangpang & Panas Mangrove Forest Reserve Candijay, Bohol REGION VII (Central Vis)
83.   Patnanongan Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Patnanongan, Quezon REGION IV-A (CALABARZON)
84.   Pilar Mangrove Protected Area Bolinao, Pangasinan REGION I (Ilocos Region)
85.   Pinagbayanan Mangrove Protected Area San Juan Batangas REGION IV-A (CALABARZON)
86.   Pisan Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Surigao del Sur REGION XIII (Caraga)
87.   Polillo Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Polilio, Quezon REGION IV-A (CALABARZON)
88.   Pongao Bay Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Surigao del Sur REGION XIII (Caraga)
89.   Ponson Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Pilar Cebu REGION VII (Central Vis)
90.   Poro Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Cebu REGION VII (Central Vis)
91.   Portion of Butan Bay Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Masbate REGION V (Bicol Region)
92.   Portion of Caragay Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Camarines Sur REGION V (Bicol Region)
93.   Puerto Galera Mangrove Conservation and Ecotourism Area Dulangan, PG Oriental Mindoro

Tabinay, PG Oriental Mindoro

Mimaropa
94.   Quinabugan Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Caramoan, Camarines Sur REGION V (Bicol Region)
95.   Quinalasag Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve/CEP Garchitorena, Camarines Sur REGION V (Bicol Region)
96.   LMPA – Sacol Island TZMR/Mangrove Swamp & Forest Reserve Zamboanga del Sur REGION IX (Zam Pen)
97.   Sagayapan Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Zamboanga del Sur REGION IX (Zam Pen)
98.   Salomague Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Torrijos, Marinduque Mimaropa
99.   Samal Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve; eastern side is TZMR Davao del Norte REGION XI (Davao Reg)
100.            San Pedro, Sta. Ana, Taopoli Mangrove Preservation Panganiban, Catanduanes REGION V (Bicol Region)
101.            San Rafael Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Burdeos, Quezon REGION IV-A (CALABARZON)
102.            Sandingan Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Loon, Bohol REGION VII (Central Vis)
MPA MUNICIPALITY /PROVINCE REGION
103.            Siargao Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Surigao del Norte REGION XIII (Caraga)
104.            Siay Seagrass Mangrove Protected Area Laih Zamboanga Sibugay REGION IX (Zam Pen)
105.            Sibaltan Community Managed Marine Area / Mangrove Area El Nido, Palawan Mimaropa
106.            Sibale Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Surigao del Norte REGION XIII (Caraga)
107.            Sibuyan Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Romblon Mimaropa
108.            Silonay Mangrove Reserve Calapan, Oriental Mindoro Mimaropa
109.            Sta. Cruz Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Marinduque Mimaropa
110.            Talabong Mangrove Forest Bais, Negros Oriental NIR – Negros Island Region
111.            Tictauan Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Zamboanga del Sur REGION IX (Zam Pen)
112.            Tintauan Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Zamboanga del Sur REGION IX (Zam Pen)
113.            Tumalong Bay Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Surigao del Sur REGION XIII (Caraga)
114.            Victory Mangrove Reforestation Bolinao Pangasinan REGION I (Ilocos Region)
115.            Villa Libertad Mangrove Management Area El Nido Palawan Mimaropa
116.            Vitali Island Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve Zamboanga del Sur REGION IX (Zam Pen)

Mangrove Animals

Bataan Mangrove Tree Planting

BATAAN ECOTOUR, Balanga Mangrove Park,

Magrove Tree Planting and

Marine Sanctuary Visit

 BataanEcotour

“This is our primary source of livelihood. If we do not take care of it, there might be a time when we will have nothing to eat,” says Mr. Laudico Perez, SUGPO President, the Samahang Ugnayan ng Pangisdaan ng Orion “Who else will take care of it except for us who benefit from the sea?

 

Two mangrove nurseries were established in Balut and Camachile, where propagules are nurtured prior to reforestation. Harvesting of propagules is conducted only during January to May because of limited propagules. Nonetheless, the organization encourages its members to continually collect propagules. Mangrove species nurtured include bakauan lalake (Rhizophora Apiculata), bakauan babae (Rhizophora mucronata), bungalon (Avicennia marina) and pagatpat (Sonneratia alba). Nipa seeds are also being propagated, and if successful will be planted along the rivers.The organization will be strengthening its mangrove reforestation and fishery surveillance operations in the coming months through capacity building for its members. One major activity is also to develop second-tier of leaders to ensure the continuity of the organization. An information and public awareness campaign will also be undertaken to increase the mass-based support for coastal and marine management in the Municipality.

Bataan Mangroves

 

ITINERARY

4:00 am ETD Manila (breakfast on the bus)

8:30 am ETA Balanga Mangrove Park

9:30 am Orion Bataan, hike a bit,

Talk about the SUGPO Community Life

Talk on Mangrove Ecosystem

10:00 am Mangrove Tree Planting

11:00 pm Wash Up/Clean Up in Community

LUNCH Prepared by the Community

2:00 pm Mt. Samat Shrine

3:00 pm Tourism Pasalubong Center

4:00 pm ETD Bataan

7:00 pm ETA Manila

 

Package Rate

P 788/pax (base on 29 to 38 person)

P 888/pax (base on 19 to 28 person)

P 988/pax (base on 12 to 18 peson)

Inclusive of

  • Sea Food Lunch prepared by the community
  • Magrove Propagules
  • Magrove Park Entrance Fee
  • Group/Company Certificate of Tree Planting
  • Service of the Shepherd
  • Photodocumentation

Not included Breakfast, souvenirs, pasalubong, Tip to the NACCI Facilitator bus to and from the site

function of Mangroves

Optional Cost

  1. Bus Rental P 24,000 (49 seater, 9 center seats)
  2. Mini Bus 30 seater (to follow)
  3. Coaster 18 seater (to follow)
  4. Van 12 seater (to follow)
  5. Jolibee Breakfast P 100
  6. AM / PM Snacks P 200
  7. Individual Conservation Certificate P 100

 

 

What to Wear

  1. Full Rubber shoe, ready to get wet in the water
  2. Light shirt, hat
  3. sunblock

 

What to bring

  1. Bottled water
  2. personal snack
  3. Personal medicine
  4. Slippers
  5. Extra Set of Clothes

 

FOR Inquiry or Temporary Reservation (Travel while you can)

  • Please Fill up the blanks below and email to mother_nature888@nacci888.org Earliest possible to get your travel goal well organized.
  • Company/Group: _______________________

Contact Person :___________________________

Land Line _____________________

Cellphone :____________________

Email Address:____________________

Target EcoTour/Location: _______________

Target Date of Travel :_________________

Number of Participants: _______________

 Incomplete information will not be entertained

  • Please call 8061720 to check if there are still slots
  • Please make a book and buy payment at Las Pinas Home Office
  • deposit at Account of Nature Awareness and Conservation Club, Inc Banco de Oro Account number 000680755357 Savings (Bank SWIFT Code BNORPHMM

Or at Metrobank Account for NACCI members and patrons

  • Scan the deposit slip and email at Mother_nature888@nacci888.org
  • Then we will email back the Official Receipt and Certificate of Booking Confirmation, w more detailed itinerary.
  • Late Registrants will be accommodated if there are still space available.
  • Unused reservation fee, services, rooms, tickets, meals are non refundable, non-rebookable and non offsetable to other paid guest. BUT transferable to another new guest 3 days before the trip please notify the club, otherwise reservation will be forfeited.
  • FOR CSR/School Field Trips/Team Buildings/ : Please give your target date, trip specifications, and budget EARLIEST POSSIBLE, so we can work on customized package trip and logistics.
  • Upon confirmation of logistics on your target date, we will send Statement of Account soonest.
  • All cost and expenses outside the itinerary and package inclusions will be shouldered by the guest and not offsetable from other paid inclusions.
  • Reservation is guaranteed after the full payment.
  • Rate is subject to change with out prior notice

 

 

           

Thank you, Carpe Diem and GOD Bless

 

Violet C. Imperial    

Nature Awareness & Conservation Club, Inc.

6978729 (9am to 5pm Only)  / 09322439478 viber / 09155101600

EMAIL: mother_nature888@nacci888.org

BLOGSITE: https://philecotourism.wordpress.com

https://www.facebook.com/ResponsibleNatureAdventuresPhilippines

Skype : Mothernatureasia

My Life is GOD’s Gift to Me, what I do with it, is my Gift to HIM.      

 Bataan Mangrove

Masinloc Mangrove n Marine EcoTour

MASINLOC Mangrove and Marine EcoTour

Mangrove Tree Planting  2 Days Itinerary

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 Masinloc is a first class municipality in the province of ZambalesPhilippines. The disputed Scarborough Shoal (under the names Pulo ng Panatag and Bajo de Masinlóc) is claimed by the Philippine government as within the town’s territorial jurisdiction. Due to the continued dispute over the shoal, this has negatively impacted fishermen of the community, reducing catch sizes and affecting the income and standard of living.

Mansinloc Mangrove and Marine Ecotour was organized to have an alternative livelihood for the fishing community at the same time, continue to protect and conserve nature. Located at Brgy. South Poblacion, the 18th-century San Andres Parish Church has been declared a National Cultural Treasure by the National Museum of the Philippines in July 2001.

Masinloc Giant Clams

ITINERARY

Day 1

06:00 AM ETD Manila

11:00 AM ETA Masinloc, Lunch and Check In

01:00 PM KM18 WaterFalls

02:00 PM Swim Swim Swim

03:00 PM Travel back to Masinloc

04:00 PM Masinloc Town Tour (Municipal Hall, Market and Church)

05:30 PM Sunset Dinner by BayWalk

07:00 PM Bonding Group Dynamics

09:00 PM Rest for the Day

 

Day 2

06:00 AM Breakfast

07:00 AM Tour Orientation

07:30 AM Board the Boat for the Island Hopping

Snorkeling at Giant Clam Marine Sanctuary

Mangrove Park Tour and Tree Planting

Bacala House

11:30 AM San Salvador Sea Food Lunch

01:00 PM Back to Base, shower and Check Out

02:00 PM ETD Masinloc option to go to Subic Bay Duty Free

06:30 PM Buffet Dinner at San Fernando Pampanga

09:00 PM ETA Manila

Masinloc Beach House

 

PACKAGE RATE PER PERSON

NO of Pax

W Van

Bring your own Car
10 pax

P 3,888/PAX

P 2,888/PAX

9 pax

P 4,388 / PAX

P 3288/PAX

8 pax

P 4,888/PAX

P 3,611/PAX

7 pax

P 5,588/PAX

P 4,188/PAX

6 pax

P 6,488/PAX

P 4,888/PAX

5 pax

P 7,788 / PAX

P 5,777/PAX

4 pax

P 9,788/ PAX

P 7,288/PAX

3 pax

P 12,988/PAX

P 9,688/PAX

2 pax

P 19,888 / PAX

P 14,488/PAX

1 pax

P 27,888

P 24,888/PAX

  INCLUSIVE OF

RT Private Van, Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, AC Room Quad Sharing, Service of The Shepherd, Boat and Boat Crew, Lifevest, Toll fee, gas, driver, parking, entrance fees, environment fees, Service of the Local Tourguide

INCLUSIVE OF

Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch, AC Room Quad Sharing, Boat and Boat Crew, Lifevest, Toll fee, gas, driver, parking, entrance fees, environment fees. Service of the local tourguide

 Masinloc San Salvador

 

FOR Inquiry or Temporary Reservation (Travel while you can)

Please Fill up the blanks below and email to mother_nature888@nacci888.org Earliest possible to get your travel goal well organized.

Company/Group: _______________________

Contact Person :___________________________

Land Line _____________________

Cellphone :____________________

Email Address:____________________

Target EcoTour/Location: _______________

Target Date of Travel :_________________

Number of Participants: _______________

Incomplete information will not be entertained

Please call  (02) 8061720 to check if there are still slots

Please make a book and buy payment at Las Pinas Home Office/BDO

 

Thank you, Carpe Diem and GOD Bless

 

Violet C. Imperial

Nature Awareness & Conservation Club, Inc. (NonStock, NonProfit NGO)

6978729 (9am to 5pm Only)  / 09322439478 (Viber) / 09155101600 (globe)

EMAIL: mother_nature888@nacci888.org

BLOGSITE: https://philecotourism.wordpress.com

http://www.facebook.com/ResponsibleNatureAdventuresPhilippines

Skype : Mothernatureasia

Twitter: MotherNature888

My Life is GOD’s Gift to Me, what I do with it, is my Gift to HIM.

 

MASINLOC
 
 Masinloc was among the native settlements visited by Juan de Salcedo in his Exploration of Zambales in San Andres in the barrio of Bani. Thirty-five years later, the town was founded on the southern mouth of the river across the bay from island of Salvia or San Salvador. However, the first convent was built on the eastern shore of Salvia, while the first town site, now covered by the sea, was just in front of the stone church. Actually, the town is now behind the church and is now behind the church and is growing in land across the river towards Collat, Lipay and Baloganon on the North. 
 
 The name Masinloc came from Majinloc, meaning a place where the jinloc, grows in abundance. Whether a tree, shrub, vine or what-not, the identity of the jinloc seems now lost to us, but there still exists a sitio near the town on the river bank which is called cajinlocaqan, that is full of jinloc. 
 Organized in 1607, the first town in the province of Zambales, Masinloc has come to play an important role in every phase of municipal development. It was the first capital of the extensive Province of Zambales that extended from Cape Bolinao to Olongapo, until Sta. Cruz, and later, Iba took his honor from her. 
 
 In the course of time, Masinloc, gave birth to two other municipalities, Palauig and Candelaria, when in the first case seventeen families from Masinloc migrated to and founded Palauig, and in the later, the important barrio of San Vicente, in 1870, was given its decree of independence and made a separate municipality under the new appellation of Candelaria. A little later, Candelaria was reincorporated to Masinloc until 1905, when it finally maintained a separate existence up to now. The ancestors of the Eliazos, Valverdes, Garcias, Lesacas, Medinas and others, of Santa Cruz, Botolan, and Iba, all came from Masinloc.