The Effect of Typhoon Urduja to the Tourism Development of the Municipality of Naval


Authors : Junard S. Carreon; Teofilo L. Tapaya Jr

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 1 - January

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7623761

The study aims to determine the effect of typhoon Urduja in the Municipality of Naval based profile, damages, and factors to slow tourism development. The study was conducted to identify the situations of the Municipality of Naval after the typhoon. The study applied the descriptive-survey research design, which is appropriate and relevant to the study’s objectives, which shows the actual portrayal of the characteristics of a particular situation. The main subject of this study involved was the employees of the room’s accommodation facilities and restaurants as they know the effect of the typhoon to their business. The study applied the descriptive survey research design. The constructed questionnaire that was used as a main data gathering tool in collecting data The researchers used statistical method of percentage average weighted mean. As a result, factors that cause the slow development of tourism in the Municipality of Naval are the damaged water system, high occupancy rate, and irresponsible garbage waste disposal. The recommendations offered based on findings that hotel and restaurants must make a marketing strategy in times of typhoons to maintain the income, the municipality must know the specific areas that can easily be damaged, pricing method and checking roads and bridges to maintain the supply chain system.

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