Greater Clark Visitors Bureau

Travel enthusiasts, tourism advocates unite for Clark

CLARK FREEPORT ZONE – Clark is not just a hub for business, it’s also a haven for tourism enthusiasts and travelers.

Such was the mantra of Greater Clark Visitors Bureau (GCVB) which they shared to selected members of the Clark community in a business-to-business (B2B) meeting they organized on April 25 at the Amante Ribs & Steaks, El Kabayo Compound.

The said B2B aimed to bind all tourism advocates of Clark and help them come up with synchronized efforts for tourism promotion.

Representatives of famous tourist attractions in Clark, like Nayong Pilipino, Zoocobia, and Aqua Planet, participated in the said B2B.

Rina Villavicencio, an officer of the GCVB and an active tourism advocate in Clark, said the B2B was not organized for the sole purpose of establishing networks among proprietors of hotels and recreational parks in Clark. It was also geared to establish camaraderie among like-minded people who have passion for tourism.

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Among those present was Edren Denzel of Nayong Pilipino. He said Nayong Pilipino beefed up its services by featuring more cultural performances.

As for Zoocobia, Lino Besa, its operational manager, encouraged people to visit the park’s “Night Owl” show, a nighttime exhibition of animals and indigenous performers.

The GCVB is part of the North Philippines Visitors Bureau (NPVB), a social responsibility arm of the Manila North Tollways Corporation.

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About Arli Joshua Atienza

Arli Joshua Atienza is a native of Bataan, an English teacher by profession, and a passionate member of Clark’s Jewish community. He began his career in journalism since his high school days. It culminated when he joined his college’s radio station and news publication. Now, he works as a journalist at KLIPP TV.