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The renowned Masungi Georeserve located in Baras, Rizal is once again welcoming visitors who missed the joys of spending time outdoors.
Outdoor lovers and adventure seekers who missed the fun of exploring the outdoors can now re-experience it at Masungi Georeserve, as the famous geo-reserve conservation site welcomes visitors once again.
In a Facebook post on October 20, the award-winning eco-tourism location announced that visits to its Discovery and Legacy Trails have resumed on a limited basis.
Located in Baras town of Rizal province, Masungi Georeserve is home to several species of flora and fauna that are threatened, as well as limestone formations in the location.
Though health restrictions in the country amid the COVID-19 pandemic start to loosen up, only pre-registered individuals and groups who have reserved slots through the geo-reserve's website will be accommodated.
The geo-reserve also assured its guests that there are no closed spaces within the trail experiences, thus activities for friends and family are low risk. The minimum group size allowed is 5 persons for now.
According to Billie Dumaliang, the reserve’s Managing Trustee, Masungi management had always been about limited capacities and low volumes of visitors.
“We also have a 30-minute gap between groups, unidirectional trails and no enclosed spaces,” Dumaliang told BBC Travel.
Additionally, as the world tried to cope with the new normal with COVID-19 around, guests are required to book and submit health declarations ahead and undergo temperature checks, as well as hand and shoe sanitation before entry.
The geo-reserve’s existing guidelines were designed to maximize the safety of both the environment and visitors, as well as align with health protocols being implemented amid the time of the pandemic.
Those interested may visit www.masungigeoreserve.com for more information, or to request a schedule.