HomeLPU - Laguna Journal of International Tourism and Hospitality Managementvol. 4 no. 2 (2019)

Correlational Analysis of Tourists’ Experiences and Motivations Derived from the Historical Tourism of Corregidor Island

Ma. Gybrielle R. Samiano | Danielle S. Villanueva | Ryan Joseph Calinao



Historical tourism has turned into a fundamental test from the perspectives of every speaker and specialist. Most studies and researches capture the social and instructive inconveniences of legacy tourism as opposed to centering on the utilization of manageability. Objects of chronicled and social heritage, being a critical asset of the urban zones, make benefits and basically influence their cash-related improvement. Leveling infrequent instabilities and giving more workplaces, reviving closely social characteristics, creating countrywide imagination, show that social heritage propels the social lifting of individuals. Vital and social history will moreover shoot the interest of zones, promoting, and showcasing the improvement of city administrations, foundations, and social partnerships.