Bulusan Volcano Natural Park
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Bulusan Volcano National Park is probably the most gorgeous of all our national parks... The view is absolutely breathtaking! Going down from the van, we saw the Bulusan Volcano on the horizon and the lake nestled below...
The park is being managed by DENR; but the local community is involved and invested in making sure the park and lake remains clean. Isn't that wonderful? All of us really have to make an effort to preserve our natural resources... It would be so depressing if malls and food parks make it to this untouched area.
You do have to pay a minimal entrance fee for the park. It is totally worth it, especially for nature lovers... There are so many activities that you can do while in the park. The most popular of which seems to be kayaking thru the calm green waters of the lake. It is very serene and peaceful, especially in the middle of the lake...
You might also want to try the nature hikes that they offer-- you will have one of the guides with you the whole time as you explore the rainforest. Trekking Bulusan is also an option, just contact them beforehand. Just be warned that this is classified as an active volcano...
If you are not into sporty activities, picnics look like a fun way to pass the time in the park. Even sitting on one of the benches, reading a book or just contemplating is enjoyable because of the cool breeze and general calm of the place.
Education is so impotant. We have to appreciate the natural beauty our country is so blessed with so that future generations can still enjoy it for years to come!
Travel more and travel local!
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Bulusan Volcano Natural Park is probably my favorite part of my Sorsogon trip. Perhaps it's me being such an introvert. But the place is beautiful and breathtaking, I swear I could stay there forever.
Tourists have numerous options to enjoy the place. There's kayaks available (with student discounts by the way so bring your IDs if you are one), there's trekking around the lake that takes about 1 hour and a guide is available, and right now they are building some sort of obstacle course which will be opened to the public soon.
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If you want to go trekking, kayaking, fishing (bring your own fish rod) or simply sit down and look at eagles and falcons flying. The Bulusan is the place to visit.
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