Laguna highlights seven lakes for its coffee table book

San Pablo, Laguna - The City Tourism council of San Pablo featured the natural artistic beauty of the seven lakes for their coffee table book that will help the province of Laguna to be popularly known as “Laguna: The Blessed Province" and as one of eco-tourism destination in the Philippines.

The group of Seven Lakes Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management Council (SLFARMC), City Tourism Council and some experts’ photographers from Manila was hired to initiate the said coffe table book.

The main objective of city tourism council is to enhance the natural resources of the said province and protects aquatic and marine lives in Seven Lakes that also serves as a livelihood program.

Aside from the Seven Lakes, people of Laguna are very proud to their own tourist destination such as Marilim Cave, Tarak and Lagaslas Falls.

“Maganda din na mapag aralan ng mga dalubhasa ang mga “flora and fauna species" sa pitong lawa upang malaman kung may natitira pang endangered, rare or threatened species sa lugar upang patuloy na maprotektahan ito para sa “biodiversity conservation" ng mga lawa." Donnalyn Eseo, city tourism officer said.

She added beside the common aquatic and marine lives they might also have endemic species that only exist in seven lakes such as Tawilis from Taal lakes and Sinarapan from Buhi Lake.

Fishermen from the said place are intensifying the campaign against illegal fish cages.

Beth Wagan from Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA) said that they will conduct a monitoring team for the illegal cages and ensure its registration and taxes payment through notices starting this month of September