Raymond Mendoza steals some tips from Mexico for good diving sites
He’s definitely bringing home the knowledge to Cebu.
TUCP Party-list Rep. Raymond Democrito Mendoza got to make a little side trip to Cancun, Mexico as he flew to the United States for some politiko work.
While there, Mendoza marveled at the well-maintained diving site at Isla de Mujeres, so he took notes about things which they can implement back home.
Beaches are declared as public land there, with tourists only needing to pay local taxes and environmental fees.
The natural habitat of animals is preserved and developed via the planting of mangroves and reef scultpures for fish and sea creatures to thrive. These, in turn, become attractive diving sites for travelers.
Will Cebu be the next Cancun? Abangan.