In celebration of Dr. Jose Rizal’s 150th birth anniversary, the inter-agency working group
of the Department of Tourism, Heritage Conservation Society, Intramuros Administration, National Historical
Commission of the Philippines, Cebu Pacific and the National Parks Development Committee cordially invites the
public to rediscover and visit the sites and attractions which became part of our national hero’s
Travel as a pilgrim and be a part of the Lakbay Jose Rizal @150!
following sites featured in this brochure spread and have it stamped as proof of your visit. The first 100
pilgrims who have visited all the Rizal sites with proof of the complete stamps can present it to the National
Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) to win a token and an official Kalakbay ni Gat Jose Rizal
The NHCP will verify the winners through the registration signed by the pilgrims in every
The competition is open to all domestic and
international tourists. Organizers, sponsors and members of the Jose Rizal @ 150 Technical Working Committee/
Organizing Committee are not eligible to join.
Redemption of Prizes:
a. The certificate and
token may be claimed at the Office of the Historic Sites and Education Division, National Historical Commission
of the Philippines (NHCP), TM Kalaw St., Manila. Tel. no. +63 2 5249952 or +63 2 5231019. E-mail:
b. Winners will shoulder all costs that they would incur in securing their
prize (bus fares, taxi fares, gas, parking, meals, etc.)
c. The winners must present the following to
an authorized NHCP representative when claiming the prize: the duly-stamped Lakbay Jose Rizal @ 150
brochure or booklet, one (1) valid ID with complete real name, picture and correct address.
Prizes shall be awarded only upon completion of entire validation process, resulting in the participant being
identified as a legitimate winner. The winner/s should claim their prize within 60 days from receipt of
notification. Otherwise the prize will be forfeited in favor of the Philippine government.
Lakbay Jose Rizal @ 150 token and certificates are valid only from June 19, 2011 to June 19, 2012. The Rubber
stamps will be permanent and will be available even after June 19, 2012 for visitors.
Destinations and Stamp Sites
1. Prison Cell and Rizal Shrine, Fort Santiago, Manila
2. Chapel Cell of
Rizal, Fort Santiago, Manila
3. Site of the Ateneo Municipal de Manila, Anda cor. Sta. Lucia
St., Intramuros, Manila
4. Site of the University of Santo Tomas, Banco Filipino Building., A.
Soriano cor. Solana Sts., Intramuros, Manila
5. Site of Trial of Rizal, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng
Maynila (PLM), Gen. Luna cor. Muralla St., Intramuros, Manila
6. Rizal Park, Roxas Blvd, Burgos,
Kalaw and Taft Avenues, Manila
7. Rizal Monument, Roxas Blvd, Manila
8. Rizal Execution
Site (Light and Sound Museum), Roxas Blvd, Manila
9. Rizal Fountain, Roxas Blvd, Manila
10. Paco Park, San Marcelino and Gen. Luna Sts., Paco, Manila
Region III - Central Luzon
11. San Fernando Train Station, Brgy. Sto.
Niño, San Fernando, Pampanga
12. Kamestisuhan District (Women of Malolos Marker/ Bautista
House), Sto. Niño St., Malolos, Bulacan
Region IV - Calabarzon
13. Rizal Shrine, J.P. Rizal St., Calamba City, Laguna
14. Calamba Church (San Juan Bautista Church), J.P. Rizal St., Calamba City, Laguna
National Shrine of our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage (Antipolo Church), Oliveros St., Antipolo City
Region V - Bicol Region
Monument, Magallanes and Justo Lukban Streets, Daet, Camarines Norte
Region VI - Western Visayas
17. Molo Church (St. Anne’s Parish)
and Escolta, Jocson and San Marcos Sts., Molo District, Iloilo City
Region VII - Central Visayas
18. Dumaguete City
19. Fort San
Pedro, Pier Area, Cebu City
Region IX - Zamboanga
20. Rizal Shrine and Waterworks of Rizal, Barangay Talisay, Dapitan City
21. Dapitan Plaza, Dapitan City, Zamboanga del Norte
22. Site of the Casa
Real, Barangay Talisay, Dapitan City, Zamboanga del Norte
23. Dapitan Church, City Hall
Drive, Barangay Sta. Cruz, Dapitan City, Zamboanga del Norte
24. Relief Map of
Mindanao, Dapitan City, Zamboanga del Norte
25. Santa Cruz Beach, Punto del Disembarko de
Rizal en Dapitan, Sunset Boulevard, Dapitan City
26. Dipolog Cathedral, Dipolog, Zamboanga del
27. Rizal Farm, Katipunan, Zamboanga del Norte
When is the the duration of the Lakbay Jose Rizal Project?
avail of tokens and the Kalakbay ni Gat Jose Rizal certificate, pilgrims or tourists should have their brochure
passport stamped from June 19, 2011 to June 19, 2012. But even after June 19, 2012, the stamping project will
continue for tourists.
Aside from the Kalakbay ni Gat Rizal Certificate, what are the tokens for the
Tokens may range from books or shirts or domestic air tickets, etc. To make things more
exciting, the organizers will pre-determine the order of prizes.
Where are the stamp sites located?
Some stamp sites are located on-site where the curators can stamp the brochure or passport (i.e.
Rizal Shrines). While some stamp sites are across the street or the nearest tourism office such as in Rizal
Park, Malolos, San Fernando and Dumaguete.
Do I need do anything aside from get the
You should also register in all sites so it can be validated by the National Historical
Commission of the Philippines after you have completed all the stamps. This will also help us ensure that all
the winners have indeed visited the twenty-seven Rizal sites all over the country.
Why are there only twenty-seven Rizal sites for stamping?
The inter-agency committee limited the
sites to twenty-seven because these can be easily visited and no appointments are needed. Some sites are
privately-owned and cannot be visited. Other Rizal sites are included as optional sites.
Where can the tourists get the brochures?
Initially, the brochure or passports will be available
in the DOT Tourism Information Office in the DOT Building. But these will soon be available in the DOT Regional
Offices nationwide. We will be limiting the number of brochures or passports to individuals. For
school fieldtrips, we will coordinate with the Department of Education and the Commission for Higher Education.
The DOT may print flyers and just let the teachers explain the importance of each site.
Where can the tourist get additional information on the sites?
We are now finalizing a section in
the DOT (www.tourism.gov.ph) and
NHCP (www.nhcp.gov.ph) websites to
feature additional information regarding the sites like “how to get there” and “other
What is the difference between the Lakbay Jose Rizal
@150 and the Rizal One-Stop Heritage Trail?
Lakbay Jose Rizal@150 encourages people to travel to the
various Rizal sites all over the country, it’s like a pilgrimage or site visit to actually see and
experience the sites. The Rizal One-Stop Heritage Trail on the other hand is a complete one-stop
destination in Rizal Park (Rizal Relief Map) where one can already learn about the Rizal sites displayed around
the map. So all Filipinos have a chance to learn more about the journey and heroism of Dr. Jose Rizal
whether they go to all the sites around the country or simply by visiting Rizal Park.