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Spectacular 360° views and adventure activities await at Ligñon Hill Nature Park
With the majestic Mayon Volcano at the frontline of attractions and with thousands of tourists flocking to Legazpi City, the local government has renewed its drive to boost local tourism by opening more industry-related investment opportunities for the private sector.
The city of Legazpi’s tourism industry is expected to receive another boost through the privatization and development of one of the city’s top tourist attractions: Ligñon Hill Nature Park. Tourist arrivals in the city of Legazpi continues to increase as the local government here remains relentless in its pursuit to further strengthen the local tourism industry with the Mayon Volcano, Embarcadero, and the Ligñon Hill Nature Park in the frontline. City Mayor Geraldine Rosal asserts that the surge in local tourism continues to gain more grounds, propelling the city’s burgeoning economy.
The city of Legazpi has recovered from the devastating effects of Typhoon Reming (Durian) in November 2006, according to Mayor Noel E. Rosal in an announcement on the eve of the 50th Charter Anniversary of the City on June 12, 2009. Legazpi’s recovery was realized through help of the private sector, the national government and foreign agencies which poured in some P 5-Billion in economic and infra investments in this prime Bicol city.