The majestic beauty of the Mt. Kanlaon Natural Park (Philippines) is once again under threat by the volcano's eruptive nature.

"Kanla-on Volcano seismic network recorded seven low frequency volcanic earthquakes during the past 24 hours" as stated on Phivolcs bulletin said.

The bulletin further mentioned that, "Alert Level 1 was hoisted over Kanla-on which means that the volcano is at slightly elevated unrest and volcanic activity could lead to steam and ash ejections.

The public is strongly advised not to enter the four-kilometer Permanent Danger Zone because sudden explosions may occur without warning.

Furthermore, residents of areas beyond the Permanent Danger Zone that are downwind of the crater are likely to be affected by ash falls during explosions."

With such update from Phivolcs, mountaineering or mountain climbing and camping activity at Mt. Kanala-on is closed or prohibited to the public.

The park will be open again for mountaineering whenever Phivolcs will give an advisory of "Alert Level 0."