After being closed for renovation for more than a week the iconic Hinulugang Taktak National Park located in this “Pilgrimage Capital” has been re-opened to the public beginning April 18.
The city government, in its official social media site, announced that the park, which is being continuously undergoing rehabilitation and improvement, has been opened to the public following more than 10 days of being closed.
The park was closed last April 7 after traces of gasoline that spilled out from a gasoline tanker that fell to its side some hundred meters away from the park, made its way to the waterways leading to the Hinulugang Taktak.
Rizal Governor Rebecca “Nini” Ynares, who has been personally leading provincial and city hall clean and green personnel in the clean-up activities at the park, said the public who visit the Hinulugang Taktak are encouraged to maintain the cleanliness of the park in order to preserve its natural beauty.
Tourists, pilgrims and local residents of Antipolo are invited to enjoy the park. Entrance to the park is free.
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