The Iloilo River Esplanade is a park development on one of the riverbanks of Iloilo River in Mandurriao, Iloilo City, Philippines. Famous for its jogging spot, the river is a scenic place to enjoy nature while working out. An easy stroll while appreciating the site is also a great way to delight in its view. With the airy atmosphere devoid of pollution, one can have a relaxing fun afternoon. The Esplanade is also designed to protect the prolific mangrove edges of the Iloilo River, which is home to 22 out of the country’s 35 mangrove species. It’s also the abode of the rare shrimp species (metapenaues insolitus) and serves as a nursery for aquatic wildlife such as the bangus and the tilapia. Viewing decks are provided at strategic spots from which to view these and the panorama of the city. Accommodations have been made also for future kiosks and Continue reading
Tanjay City Board walk is located in Mainit Beach, San Isidro . The boardwalk project is initiated by the late Gov. Emilio Macias II. It includes view decks at both ends and will be used soon as a jump off point for dolphin watching in the village.
Paseo del Mar is a walkway plaza by the sea located in Zamboanga City. The area is designed for the whole family to enjoy leisurely brisk walking, casual jogging, resting and relaxing during early mornings and late afternoons of the day.
In going into the Paseo, one is welcomed by the well-lighted eight-arches entrance where the marker of the place is embedded on an open slate rock, designed to harmonize the era of the Fort – thus bricks were used on the ground and columns of the arches. This continues on until the end of the walk – where steel benches are strategically located where one can seat on as well as the granite seat wall to rest or witness the dramatic sunset facing west and also have a good view of our busy city port area
Explore the Postan Mangrove Forest during the day through boat rowing and kayaking, be able to identify the century-old mangrove species, observe the habitat of crabs, shrimps, other riparian species of flora and fauna as well as migratory birds. You can also enjoy Firefly Watching along the Abatan River at night and be amazed with these winged beetles. Continue reading