Luna Mangroves of the Dinagat Islands

Luna Mangrove Reserve Area San Jose Dinagat Islands Forest Size Area Kilometers Port Trekking Province Boat Rental Tour Guide Vegetation Fishing Swimming Products History Description Info Depth Size The Luna Mangrove Reserve Area is located in San Jose, Dinagat Islands. The Luna Mangrove Reserve Area is a vast mangrove forest 2 1/2 kilometers from the port of San Jose. This is the nearest mangrove trekking area of the province and one of the sources for aquamarine products. Continue reading

Mangrove Forest Boardwalk in Tanjay City

Tanjay City Mangrove Forest BoardwalkTanjay 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.

Postan Forest Mangrove Nature Tour

Alimango BoardwalkExplore 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

Lanuza Mangrove Forest

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The Municipality of Lanuza boasts a rich mangrove forest that serves as breeding ground of fishes. This natural ecosystem features 177 hectares navigable estuarine, that winds though a scenic view of burgeoning green vegetation emptying out into the Doot Poktoy surf spot. The local community also takes full obligation in protecting and preserving this promising site which is viewed as one good niche that will increase fish productivity.

Pawa Mangrove Nature Park in Masbate

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Located at Barangay Pawa, The Pawa Mangrove Ecosystem and Wildlife Park offers a beautiful sight for bird watching, fishing and family picnics. It has a 1.3 kilometer wooden bridge connecting Barangay Pawa and Sitio Daang Lungsod of Barangay Usab. Continue reading