With the leadership of the Department of Tourism (DOT) along with Provincial Tourism and Cultural Office, Marinduque Tourism Development Council (MTDC), Dream Favor Travel and Tours and the Federation of Marinduque Transport Cooperative, the First Tourist Drivers Seminar as Tourism Frontliners was organized in Marinduque Hotel and Resort in Balaring, town of Boac.
A team of underwater archaeologists from the National Museum of the Philippines conducted archaeological excavations of a shipwreck located in Barangay Laylay, Boac, Marinduque from May 27, 2014 to June 6, 2014.
The Provincial Government of Marinduque invites their local bikers to participate in a recently launched survey that would help yield data for the province’s continuing development on its bike tourism.
The island province of Marinduque is being eyed as the next “destination of choice” for those looking for a break from months of quarantines due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Postcard of the ‘Valley of Plenty’ in Tumagabok, Boac, Marinduque.