May 26, 27, 28
the SaGGAs guides @ Sumaging caveKeeping up with our mission to attain a 99% satisfaction rating of guests towards our guides, the organization has again taken a major step in the Sagada Tour Guiding world.
@left: stretching for the guides first @right: Ian Killi's lecture on proper guest reception
The training was designed to appraise and enhance our performance in tour guiding, which will differentiate a guides services from our organization to the others.
@left: the guides, listening as Jeff (right) instructs them of what to do
37 of our old, new and incoming members of SaGGAs were given certificates for their completion of the said activity.
• Introduction to Hospitality
• Digital and Cave Photography
• Basic Speleology or Cave study
• Lectures on Local Culture
• Basic Tour Guiding Techniques
• Cave Guiding
• Return Demo of guides
@right: Mr. Ngoloban, demonstrating some cave walk techniques. @left: Kevin M. presenting their ideas
This is dedicated to our supporters who believe in us, giving trust and confidence to our group and promoting Eco tourism and harmonious relationship to the community.
@left: the guys having their snacks @right: lester's lecture on culture
We will continue to grow, beat the odds, pass through obstacles and one day, we would return the favor to you who have been there by our sides.
@left: Kuya Daniel demonstrating his joke techniques @right: Kuya G. giving pieces of advice regarding the curtain formation
This training created a 90% confidence level that all of our guests will be given the best services that they could hope for.
Ben Calpi, giving some insights to the guides on the way to lumiang burial caveWe would also take this opportunity to recognize the following for their contributions to our training funds.
• Salt and Pepper Dinner
• Rock Inn and Restaurant
• Masferre’s Restaurant
• Lemon Pie House
• Sagada Weaving
• Kanip-aw View Lodge
• Governor Leonardo Mayaen
• Mrs. Janice Baaten
you can check out our photos at our multiply page HERE.....