Sumilon Island to limit area to 500 tourists a day
THE Municipal Government of Oslob in southern Cebu is set to implement new regulations in order to prevent pollution within the sandbar and dive sites in Sumilon Island.
In a press conference Monday, April 16, Elizabeth Benologa, Oslob tourism officer, said that starting April 17, they will limit tourist visitations within the sandbar area of Sumilon to only 500 tourists per day.
They also required boat operators who ferry tourists to the sandbar to provide black bags to their customers so they can manage their solid waste.
Source: Local News
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