Laguna Lake ecotourism program can follow Loboc Liver model
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The showcase ecological tourism being done in Loboc River in Bohol province can be a model for a similar ecotourism program for Laguna Lake, a University of the Philippines-Los Baños researcher-scientist said.“Real ecotourism, like the Bohol model in Loboc River, can actually be good for Laguna Lake,” says Maria Victoria Espaldon, professor of the School of Environmental Science and Management and 2016 Outstanding Researcher of UPLB. Espaldon stressed that “real” ecotourism was a tourism activity featuring an ecological site which preserves the naturalness of the landscape or seascape, and did not involve the construction of dikes or buildings.
Ronda, R. A.(2016, November 24). Laguna Lake ecotourism program can follow Loboc Liver model. The Philippine Star, p. B-10.
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