Bantay, Ilocos Sur- Fine beaches, majestic falls, adventurous experience and historical sites which become part of the history… these stunning spots keeps tourists from the different countries coming back in the Province of Ilocos Sur. For a sustainable tourism industry, Provincial Officers led by Governor Ryan Singson, tourism officers and other agencies led the ground breaking ceremony for the creation of Caniaw Heritage and Eco-tourism Park at Brgy. Taleb, Bantay, Ilocos Sur to harness and preserve the nature while developing the field of tourism in the province. Caniaw Heritage and Eco-tourism Park proposed project was funded by the provincial government. It is set to become another tourist destination in the province with adventurous activities to interact with the nature. It will cover a total land area of 20 hectares. Bike trail, camping sites, high and low roping activities, cottages, and function hall will be constructed within the area. The place is the sanctuary of a variety of fifty-five (55) kinds of mature trees and different kinds of species. To preserve the natural beauty and habitat of such species, the Provincial Government of Ilocos Sur works hand –in-hand with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in the construction of the proposed project. “Before pursuing this project we consulted the DENR to make sure that no single tree will be cut. All design was approved by them. We created the project not only for the sake of tourism but also to protect our nature and maintain the natural beauty,” Gov. Ryan conveyed. With its dense forestry and greenish surroundings, Caniaw Heritage and Eco-tourism Park can truly attract travellers where everybody can enjoy and appreciate the beauty of nature developed by the creative minds of humans to create a perfect sanctuary away from urban life.