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Did this during a day-trip/excursion. Its okay, it was busy with tourists when we went, but it was still a neat place to visit. I really like the concept and the fact that they are trying to preserve and educate folks but the overwhelming number...More
For most city folks and those coming from colder countries, this place is a nice chance to experience a true tropical ecosystem without the risk of sinking into mud or getting hurt. This community effort towards income generation and environmental preservation needs everyone's support. In...More
Not a trip worth to do with small kids, as you might be more worried that they actually try to jump into the water and not just walking the bridges. With teens it might be actually better.
All in all you can relax here, enjoy...More
This is not a place for adventure or sporty activity. It is a place where you can relax and unwind. All bridges/piers, shelters and a tower has been build from bamboo, and looks astonishing. Entry fee is only 50 pesos. Definitely worth a visit.
Part of our day-tour was a visit to Omagieca Mangrove Garden or more popularly called, the Camp Sawi tour from a movie shot on location in the venue. We were pleasantly surprised with the bamboo bridges/walkways that winds its way around the mangroves. We stopped...More
This was the second stop on our Bantayan Island Tour.
You need to pay a minimal fee to enter the park. It's nice that they inform you of how the fee you pay is allocated.
We arrived here at around noon so we opted to...More
I love mangroves so I I enjoyed our tour here (paid around 1USD per person). They have a short trail where you can see the mangroves upclose and observe the sea creatures below (we saw a sea snake, shrimp and fishes). They have a short...More