Why you should check it out:
- It's the largest remaining mangrove forest in the entire island of Oriental Negros.
[> 400 heactares!Wow.]
- As early as 1985, it was declared by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources as a "game refuge, wildlife sanctuary, and tourist spot".
- In 2004, a Sub-Marine Talabong Nursery was created to receive and grow various mangrove species.
- It is a great site for pictures!