Ribbon Cutting of National Child Development Center - A Priority project of Hon. Mayor Arsenia J. Lim.
Distribution of high-end computer units to different schools.
Solo Parent Livelihood Program - Basket Making with Mayor Arsenia J. Lim

 • The San Andres Parish Church named after its founder, Father Andres del Espiritu, a Recollect Priest, is the first and oldest Augustinian Catholic Church built in 1607 in the Province of Zambales. In 2001, the church made of coral stones was declared as a “National Cultural Treasure” by the National Museum thru Pres.Decree No. 374.


 • “Binabayani Festival” is a dance / play depicting the clash between the Spaniards and the Natives of Masinloc or the triumph of Christianity over Paganism celebrated every November 30 in honor of San Andres, the Patron Saint of Masinloc. 


  The Binabayani Street Dance Competition participated by various groups (schools, barangays and other groups) during the Annual celebration of the Feast of St. Andrew.



 • Participation of Masinloc Street Dancers  in the Zambales Mango Festival, in the National Competition (Aliwan Fiesta) and other street dancing competition.


 • The Masinloc Boardwalk serves as a marine park, playground and as a favorite venue for various arts & cultural programs / activities. 



  The Annual Search for The Beauty and Brains MISS MASINLOC:


  The 127.5 hectare Marine Sanctuary Project in San Salvador Island is one of the eco-tourism destinations in Masinloc. It is endowed with powdery white sand beaches and crystal clear water. The project garnered top award for “Best in Local Governance” in 1997 under the “Galing Pook Award” sponsored by the Local Government Academy and the Asian Institute of Management (AIM).


 The UNEP-GEF project had established additional three (3) demonstration sites, namely:

 The 4-hectares Giant Clam Farm (Tridacna Gigas) locally known as ”Taklobo” and the Coral Reef Transplantation project contributes to the improvement of the condition of Philippine Coral Reef thru oral transplantation and re-seeding of giant clams. The biological life forms in San Salvador Island is suitable for snorkeling and scuba diving activities.



 • The 50-hectares Marine Sanctuary Project in Brgy. Bani (back of the MCFTPP).



 • The 20-hectares Marine Sanctuary Project in Sitio Panglit, San Lorenzo.




• The 8.7-hectares Mangrove-formed Island in San Lorenzo locally known as “Yaha” is a place where a rare hybrid mangrove (Rhizophora x lamarckii) produced by “bakauan lalaki” (Rhizophora apiculata) and “balauan bato” (Rhizophora stylosa) are found. 

• One can also enjoy “Bird Watching” of different bird species at the Mangrove Island. 



• The breathtaking hanging bridges and underground mining tunnels at Coto Mines Inc.


 • The relaxing and enchanting beauty of Coto Kidz Pool/Coto Mines Mountain Resort in Masinloc is nestled within a mountain terrain of primary and secondary growth forest of relatively unspoiled and pristine quality. The area offers a nature designed swimming pool overflowing with cool and crystal-clear spring water. 



 Nature enthusiasts will enjoy the good underwater sceneries within the marine sanctuary areas thru Scuba Diving and Snorkeling activities. 



• The descending / cascading crystal-clear water of KM18 Mini-waterfall is an ideal place for picnic activities.



  The mouth watering taste of Elephant’s Ear “Pamislat” known to thrive only in selected deep seabed of Brgy. Bani in Masinloc.



  The succulent sweet “Carabao” variety mango in Masinloc with at least 22 Brix Rate (measurement of sweetness) is the “One Town One Product” of the Municipality.


 • The unexplored beauty of Tumutugol Caves in Sitio Bunga, Brgy. Sta. Rita features a large dome of glistening stalactites supported by a broad white column. The place  offers the best place for nature enthusiasts and spelunking lovers to discover the amazing stalactites and stalagmites formations.  



 • The Bacala Guesthouse in San Salvador Island sits astride a sand bar in the middle of the bay. It has privacy and the comfort of a resort, plus the pristine white sand and crystal-clear swimming areas.


 • The long stretch Beach front in Sitio Longos in Barangay Bani extending up to Candelaria is an ideal place for the establishment of resort/hotels with complete amenities. The area is also known as the nesting place of “Pawikan”.



 • The “Enchanted Cross” or “Mapalyon Krus” at the middle of the sea previously used as anchor of foreign cargo ships transporting chrome ores.


 • Enjoy and explore the Masinloc Bays thru Kayaking:


 • The Masinloc Marine Eco-Tour Program (Explore and learn about the marine ecology). 


 • Various Resorts, Lodging inn and Retreat Houses with amenities and restaurants in the area offer exotic food and comforts to the visitors namely: Camp J. Paul Resort, Fisherman’s Village, Bayside Resort (formerly Stingray Diver’s Resort), Andrei’s Native Restaurant, Marks Resto Bar, Lake View Hotel, Charmaine’s Lodge, D’Farm Resort/Hotel, Inhobol Lodge, Venice Hotel and Lord Elgin’s.


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