Talabong Mangrove Park and Bird Sanctuary

Bais City, Negros Oriental

Talabong Mangrove Park and Bird Sanctuary is a 400-hectare wide mangrove forest which naturally favors bird and wildlife habitation. The Tabalong Mangrove Park is another must see tourist destination in Bais City. The fun begins at the 5,968 boardwalk platform. The sanctuary is home to native birds and other wildlife. You'll have the chance to see birds fly the pristine canopy as you take in the s ...

ymphony of whistles and chirps.

The park provides an educational experience to both biologists on an avian study and tourists visiting the place for enjoyment. This protected park homes different bird species and wildlife. It is an ultimate picture perfect location with plenty of opportunities for shutter bugs to put their fancy cameras to work.

Talabong Mangrove Park and Bird Sanctuary News

  • Bais Dolphins, Haciendas, Sandbar And Sweet Nothings

    Bais Dolphins, Haciendas, Sandbar And Sweet Nothings

    Bais City in Negros Oriental is not a popular travel destination. Save for summer & long holidays when the town gets full of tourists, the rest of the year is usually quiet. Most tourists come here only for two things: dolphins & the long sand bar in Manjuyod.

  • Talabong Mangrove Forest And Bird Sanctuary Bais Philippines

    The Great Destinations Radio Show went on a sightseeing tour from Dumaguete to Bais with Philtraveltours.com. The tour took us out on a boat to view dolphins and stilt houses on the sandbar. Here we visit Talabong Mangrove Forest and Bird Sanctuary- the largest remaining mangrove forest in Oriental Negros Read the full article at greatdestinationradioshow.com and follow us on facebook at facebook.com/greatdestinationsradioshow

  • Bais Dolphin Watching and Talabong Mangrove Park

    Bais Dolphin Watching and Talabong Mangrove Park

    A cup of coffee taste so great while at sea. Our breakfast of bread with peanut butter, saba bananas and a unique concoction of crushed cereal with honey made by Harold himself of Harold's Dive Center was enough to energize our morning. It's the last full day of our Oceana Philippines Photo Safari and time simply flew by fast here while at Tañon Strait. From Mantalip Reef in Bindoy we were headed to our last stop in Dumaguete but not before we do some Bais Dolphin Watching and a visit to the largest remaining mangrove forest in Negros Oriental, the Talabong Mangrove Park and Bird Sanctuary.
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  • Dolphin Watching Manjuyod Sandbar And Talabong Mangrove Forest

    Dolphin Watching Manjuyod Sandbar And Talabong Mangrove Forest

    Above were grey haze. The horizon was inevident and the people around seemed copying the murky atmosphere. The gloomy surrounding, however, suddenly changed when we arrived in Bais City.

    We broke the city's silence. Laughing out loud to the corniest of jokes, that was.

    Locals were curious, pointing all eyes in slow moving trike we were on.

    We reached the Capiñahan Wharf past 8AM and there were few boats left to bring us to our sojourn. Without any hesitation, we agreed to rent the smaller boat with the lowest rate.

    Within minutes, we found ourselves navigating along Tañon Strait, ...

  • Talabong Mangrove Park

    Talabong Mangrove Park

    Only 45 Kilometers North of Dumaguete City, the Talabong Mangrove Park is a 400-hectare wide mangrove forest which naturally favors bird and wildlife habitation. The Tabalong Mangrove Park is another must see tourist destination in Bais City. The fun begins at the 5,968 boardwalk platform.The sanctuary is home to native birds and other wildlife. You'll have the chance to see birds fly the pristine canopy as you take in the symphony of whistles and chirps. The Talabong Mangrove Park is truly a fascinating and enjoyable experience.

    The park provides an educational experience to both biologi ...

  • Beyond Dolphin Watching And Sugar Plantations

    Beyond Dolphin Watching And Sugar Plantations

    Bais City in Negros Oriental is known for is vast sugar cane haciendas and sightings of various species of dolphins along Tanon Strait. It is 30 minutes away from Dumaguete City so most tourists would take a daytrip (or even halfday tour) to this city.

    In 2012, the DOT, together with the LGU and DTI-7 representatives, has conducted a site assessment and strategic planning workshop for the city. I assisted in this project. I was amazed with how much resources and potential this city has.

    Things to do and see in Bais City

    1. Dolphin and Whale Watching Tour

    Bais City is famous for ...