The Bakhawan Eco-Park, recognized in the early 1990s as an award-winning Mangrove Reforestation Project by the Galing Pook Awards Committee, offers nature lovers a sterling example of what protecting nature and promoting eco-diversity are. What started as forty-five (45) hectares mangrove reforestation project evolved into an over 200-hectare leading eco-tourism destination. Now, it boasts of features such as 1-kilometer boardwalk, picnic huts, watchtower, souvenir shop, canteen, massage area, charcoal briquetting, and Center for International Mangrove Studies among others. It is one of the favorite destinations for study visits and eco tours.
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