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For Reporting/Tour Guiding in Domestic Tourism ATR 211

Memzie Murielle Labay

on 25 January 2015

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Transcript of Marinduque

Parini na sa Marinduque!
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6-7 hours travel from Manila to Marinduque

By Land: Bus, Car
- Jac Liner
- Jam Liner
By Water: Roro/Ferry
- Mntenegro Lines
- Star Horse Shipping Lines
By Air:
- Zest Air was the only airline that flies to Marinduque before. Right now, there are no flights towards Marinduque
The Heart of the Philippines
Lenten Mecca of Southern Luzon
Attractions (Boac)
Attractions (Sta. Cruz)
Attractions (Buenavista)
Legend has it that the island of Marinduque was formed as a consequence of a tragic love affair between two people: Mariin and Gatduke. Mariin's father, a local chieftain, did not approve of this affair and ordered the beheading of Gatduke. Before this could be done, the couple sailed out to sea and drowned themselves, forming the island now called Marinduque.

From the word "Malindig" meaning "tall and elegant stature in Tagalog has similar if not parallel meaning to the Visayan term"malindug".
During the Spanish and early American occupations, Marinduque was part of Balayan Province (now Batangas) in the 16th century, Mindoro in the 17th century, and had a brief period as an independent province in 1901, when the Americans arrived.

During the Philippine-American War, Marinduque was the first island to have American concentration camps.

On February 21, 1920, Act 2280 was passed by the Philippine Congress, reestablishing Marinduque as a separate province.
Attractions (Torijos)
Was an engagement fought on September 13, 1900, during the Philippine–American War, between the forces of Colonel Maximo Abad and Devereux Shields, in which Abad's men defeated the American force.
The Battle of Pulang Lupa Historical Park, Poctoy
Poctoy White Beach, Poctoy
Mt. Malindig
Bordering the towns of Buenavista
and Torrijos.
An inactive volcano rising 3,167
feet above the sea.
Bellarocca Island Resort and Spa
The only 6-star hotel in Marinduque.
Luxurious Mediterranean-style resort
Bellarocca (“beautiful rock” in Italian)
Malbog Hot Spring
Therapeutic waters found at the base of Mt. Malinding. Two swimming pools of warm though slightly sulfuric waters offer relaxing baths to visitors.
Maniwaya Island
Bathala Caves
A complex network of 7 caves but only four of these caves have so far been explored. Simbahan is the biggest, Kay Coke cave is occasionally guarded by a python, third cave has an underground river and in the fourth cave are human bones believed to be the remains of WWII soldiers
Attractions (Mogpog)
Natangco Island
Paadjao Falls
Series of gently cascading falls (100 feet) that settles into a 15-foot fall. Hunt for nature-formed bathtubs downstream and enjoy jacuzzi-like effects.
Luzon Datum
It is primary geodetic reference or origin of all geological surveys in the Philippines which means all maps and surveys made in the country use the Luzon Datum as reference point.
Boac Cathedral
it is a historical church where the Katipunan Flag is said to have been baptized.
Marinduqueños speak an old variation of the Tagalog language that is very close to the way Tagalog was spoken before the Spanish colonization. According to language experts, the Tagalog dialects of Marinduque are the most divergent, especially the Eastern Marinduque dialect, perhaps due to the relative isolation from the Tagalogs of Luzon and also perhaps due to the influence of the Visayan and Bikol migrants.

Marinduque is the 2nd most peaceful province in Philippines next to Batanes.

Lots of undevelped tourist spots.

The province welcome ceremony treating the guest like royalty. (Putong)
Attractions (Gasan)
Tres Reyes Islands
Three islets named Gaspar, Melchor and Baltazar, collectively known as the Tres Reyes Islands, are among the favorite picnic grounds and dive spots in Marinduque. Gaspar has a short stretch of coral beach with clear blue-green waters ideal for swimming and snorkeling. Melchor and Baltazar have preciptitous shore cliffs and under water caves frequented by divers.
Parks, Caves, Islets
Gasang-gasang Festival, Gasan
The Gasang-Gasang Festival is a yearly colorful Easter Sunday festival.
Celebration of the origin of the town's name "Gasan", which "Gasang-gasang", a type of coral that used to be seen around the town's shoreline.
Sponsored by the Gasan Culture and Arts Foundation (GASCUAF)

Bila-bila Festival, Boac
Moriones Festival
Baoceñoes Sole Tribute to Butterflies
This festival is celebrated during the town fiesta (Dec.8) in Boac town, capital of Marinduque.
The event features the life cycle of butterflies since butterfly farming is the town’s unique industry.
A unique and lively Lenten custom featuring masked men, called “morions,” dressed in colorful costumes in resemblance of Roman soldiers. The festivity is about the story of Longinus reenacted in pantomime and held during the entire Holy Week.
One of the highlights of this festival is the Via Crucis. A re-enactment of the suffering of Christ on his way to the calvary.
Balanacan Harbor
A panoramic view of Balanacan cove, the islets of Natangco, San Andres, Ata, Agpisan and Hidalgo.
Natangco is an eight-hectare islet with a short stretch of powdery white sand that gradually slopes into the sea.
Marine enthusiasts and scuba divers will find Natangco islet a haven with waters teeming with corals and marine life such as moorish idols, butterfly fishes, and an occasional sightings of manta rays, marlins, etc.
Memzie Murielle H. Labay

Boac Museum
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