Roman promotes hometown as ecotourism site

ORANI, Bataan – “By 2020, Orani hopes to become one of the country’s top ecotourism sites.”

This is the present Vision of the Municipality of Orani cited by Bataan First District Representative Geraldine B. Roman about her House Bills filed and approved at the House of Representatives saying she is very much determined to promote her hometown as one of the country’s top ecotourism sites.

“If you haven’t visited my beautiful hometown of Orani, you should plan a short vacation soon and see what we have to offer! We have the most picturesque views of Mt. Natib, a favorite of nature lovers, and untouched waterfalls and rivers that sparkle with diamond clarity,” Roman stated in her recent Facebook Page post.

Roman, through legislation, aims to help transform Barangay Tala and Pilis Falls in Samal town into popular ecotourism zones.

“I have already proposed two bills that will declare Barangay Tala in Orani and Pilis Falls in Samal as ecotourism zones. The two bills have already been approved in Congress and are now pending in the Senate,” Roman reported.

She added that Bataan continues to experience an upsurge in tourism, which is a testament to the richness and beauty of its history, culture, and natural attractions.

As a staunch advocate of environmental protection, she said she filed these two eco-tourism bills that aim to protect and further develop Pilis Falls and Barangay Tala, both located inside the Bataan National Park.

These are the “Tala Ecotourism Zone Act” or the House Bill 270 and House Bill 614 or the “Pilis Falls Ecotourism Site Act.”

Ecotourism, she said, will teach future visitors about the importance of caring for the environment.

“It will also allow is to showcase Orani’s culture and history, which deserves to be better known. My hometown has so much to offer and I can’t wait to see what the future will bring!,” she added.

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