Albay’s Kawa-Kawa Natural Park to open to visitors amid GCQ
LIGAO CITY – After two months of closure to public due to threat of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the Kawa-Kawa Natural Park at California Village in Tuburan in this city will open again to welcome visitors starting Saturday, May 23, or a week after the province shifted to general community quarantine from the stricter enhanced community quarantine.
“The Kawa-Kawa Natural Park may now be used by visitors for purpose of exercising and physical activity. It will be open at 5 a.m. and will closed at 6 p.m.,” former Albay Rep. Fernando Gonzalez, owner of the park said.
Kawa-Kawa, one of Albay’s key tourist destinations, offers a perfect view of Mt. Mayon and the Buhi Lake in Camarines Sur.
A mini zoo is also found in the area with a sunflower plantation.
The park is also a known pilgrimage site during Holy Week with its life-sized statues depicting Biblical events.
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