The Asian Institute of Management (AIM) is conducting a management course on “Sustainable Tourism” for the graduate students of the Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM). The program aims to give students the opportunity to discuss management dynamics of sustainable tourism sites and the proper management of scarce environmental resources. The program includes classroom sessions at AIM and on-site-visits to different tourism sites in the Philippines. Among the different tourism sites in the Philippines, AIM have chosen the Mount Makiling Forest Reserve ASEAN heritage Park (MMFR AHP).
The group visited the park yesterday, 12 March 2019. A total of twelve (12) students from different schools abroad and three staff from AIM joined the tour and hike the Mudspring area, Central Forest Experimental Station (CFES), Makiling Rainforest Park (MRP) and the Makiling Botanic Gardens (MBG). The students came from different schools such as Renmin University of China International, INCAE Business School Costa Rica, UBC Sauder School of Business Canada, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore India and Yale School of Management United States.
Dr. Rogelio T. Andrada II, Deputy Director of the Makiling Center for Mountain Ecosystems (MCME) and Head of the Botanic Gardens Park and Ecotourism Division (BGPED) toured the visitors with Forester Angela A. Limpiada, University Extension Associate II of BGPED.
Photos credit to: AALimpiada