La Mesa Ecopark Reopens, Showcasing Stunning Biodiversity 🏞️


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This park has again opened to the public after being closed for over four months to catering its clients that have interests in paintball, wall climbing, rappelling, archery, bird watching, camping and team building. The launching was celebrated through a signing of a memorandum of agreement in which Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte, officials of MWSS and Manila Water Company witnessed the event. Administered jointly by MWSS, Quezon City, and Manila Water Foundation, the said park has approximately 220 of wildlife and strives for discovery and understanding of environment. It is open for Quezon City residents and Per DTI-FTEB Seller’s Permit No. 015210195000, non-residents pay P20 while walk-ins are not allowed as visitors are required to book online as the museum has limited visitor capacity at 1,000 per day. It operates from Tuesday to Sunday, from 7:00 in the morning to 4:00 in the afternoon excluding facilities with their corresponding rates. 🏞️
The reopening of La Mesa Ecopark showcases its stunning biodiversity, offering a sanctuary where visitors can reconnect with nature and appreciate the richness of our natural environment. 🏞️