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Nice place to hang out for a while. Very calm and refreshing to see the mangroves... Tell your... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2018
elacparl
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Metro Manila, Philippines
Photo-opp near the mangroves

It was a cold chilly day when we went here but still we were able to get great pictures. There was... read more

Reviewed 14 February 2017
Chabs S
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Reviewed 23 May 2018

Nice place to hang out for a while. Very calm and refreshing to see the mangroves... Tell your friends to come by and support local ecotourism here!

Thank elacparl
Reviewed 8 March 2017 via mobile

There was this small pond-like portion of the place connected to the sea wherein I was like just waiting for fairies to appear while staring at it. It was so enchanting. So beautiful. I fell in love. I will never forget the feeling this place...More

1  Thank Ann Loraine R
Reviewed 14 February 2017

It was a cold chilly day when we went here but still we were able to get great pictures. There was a fee entering the mangroves but it's cheap and it's okay since it was supposed to be for the maintenance of the place. This...More

1  Thank Chabs S
Reviewed 7 February 2017

This place is nice to see and take pictures... You can also sit at the restaurant in the middle of the ocean. Nice concept, but most people seem to just walk through and don't really stay much longer.

Thank mometo
Reviewed 26 January 2017

on a tour around the island our tricycle driver made a stop here, and it was facinating to see this constructions from wood

Thank Koenaki
Reviewed 27 December 2016

Coming here was a great experience for me since i love nature of all forms. I love the gigantic mangroves with its roots protruding from beneath the wooden bridge. I like the feel of its indigenous wooden materials used as elevated pathways going to the...More

Thank Didzki
Reviewed 25 September 2016

Not much to see here but there's a bunch of picturesque huts, plenty of mangrove trees, and a great view of the sea. The place is very peaceful and the big bamboo stilt out on the water is a great place to take a breather....More

1  Thank jess_jacutan
Reviewed 7 June 2016

You can sleep in a treehouse in the mangrove or have a meal/drink on a bungalow on stilts over the sea. Beautiful clear water at high tide.

Thank lucseawalker
Reviewed 9 March 2016 via mobile

Nice view!!! But it is only a short walk. We enjoyed seeing mangroves and to get information on that. It's right beside the main road so it worth the stop!

Thank taylor11122
Reviewed 2 March 2016

This is a beautiful place for sightseeing. The place is made of a complex of stilt pathways, with Nipa Huts where I think you could stay for a fee. This is a nice place to cap off your Siquijor tour, going in the late afternoon....More

Thank Max R
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Response from Didzki | Reviewed this property |
i think so because they have overnight accommodation, i was just wasn't able to inquire because we were in a hurry that time.
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Guiwanon Spring Park is owned by the community. With a help from ADB(?) they were able to put up the park in sides with the seed bank for mangroves. The cooperative then sell the seedlings to other community in Siquijor... More
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