BULUSAN, Sorsogon – Once dubbed as the Switzerland of the Orient, Bulusan Lake is eager to welcome its visitors by March 6 this year though gradually for the access road leading to the tourist haven is undergoing repair. The re-opening became possible after the downgrading of the IATF Alert Level and the no-nonsense campaign of the local government to contain the pandemic which greatly affected the tourism potential of the town.
This was announced by the office of Mayor Michael Guysayko instructing the Bulusan Eco-Tourism Center to anticipate the incoming visitors and to prepare regulations for the eco-adventures and its regulatory fees.
The Lake lies at the heart of the Bulusan Volcano Natural Park with an area of 3,672 hectares with a shore length of 2.2 kilometers and 360 meters above sea level. Its pristine watercolor of green is due to its algae giving abundance to fishes and other organisms habiting the lake.
In cooperation with all stakeholders the town tourism center is preparing a portfolio of do’s and don’t as a guide to visitors incorporating tourism mandate.
According to Mayor Guysayko the natural park was redeveloped by congressional and provincial funds making it a leisure and adventure tourist site for those escaping the crowded city life. It now offers kayaking and mountain trekking but fishing is not allowed. Visitors are also advised of proper trash disposal to maintain the sound environment of the natural park.
The town of Bulusan is ready to welcome you to see the beauty of the Bulusan Natural Park.