Mayor Alex R. Jajalla said this will be Mahinog’s best opportunity to show what it can offer in terms of tourism industry, natural heritage, products and services.
The town’s foremost asset is Mantigue Island, a perfect place to be to unwind from any taxing activities due to its pristine waters, powder-fine white sand, clean and invigorating atmosphere.
Another emerging tourist attraction in Mahinog is the soon-to-open three-lane zip line that will pass through Benoni Lagoon (lake) to be operated by J and A Fishpen Resort and Restaurant.
Camiguin Governor Jurdin Jesus M. Romualdo encouraged LGUs to develop potential destinations in their locality that can be promoted and marketed both internally and outside. These tourism sites, products and services will be showcased at the corporate booth that each local government unit will set up during the Lanzones Festival.
Giving their support to Mahinog’s exhibits are the Mahinog Municipal Tourism Council spearheaded by Dr. Bernabe Mendoza and Municipal Tourism Office under Ms. Mercy B. Jajalla.