Balatasan Marine Sanctuary

Bulalacao, Oriental Mindoro

Balatasan Marine Fish Sanctuary is located in San juan, Bulalacao, Oriental Mindoro and has a size of 300 hectares.

Balatasan Marine Fish Sanctuary News

  • Bulalacao The Hidden Gem Of Oriental Mindoro

    Bulalacao The Hidden Gem Of Oriental Mindoro

    About three to four hours of land travel from Calapan City to the south of Oriental Mindoro is the town of Bulalacao. Considered a fourth class municipality of 30,188 people (2007 census), its rustic beauty remains unspoiled.

    Bulalacao is a sanctuary for stressed city dwellers looking for a respite in an idyllic environment.

    The town, whose name according to myth was derived from a bird of death known to locals as "bulalacao", offers a variety of attractions for both adventurous and alternative tourists.

    It has numerous beaches, waterfalls, a lake, caves, and rain forests that are hom ...

  • Beauty Of Bulalacao Oriental Mindoro PH

    Beauty Of Bulalacao Oriental Mindoro PH

    Whenever a person tells me that they consider themselves beach lovers, I would often ask their idea of a perfect beach. Some says the beach should have an unobstructed view of the sea. Others would say it should have clean shoreline and crystal clear water. Most of those that I know would just say ??" it has to be relaxing.

    And I just have to agree with all their reasons. The perfect beach getaway is one that I can hear the sea breeze humming to my ears, the waves rolling on the shore, with my bare feet sensing the sand beneath its sole, no screaming children, no sea of tourists and big umb ...

  • Fisherfolk Organizations Coastal Barangays and MFI Form Alliances for Coastal and Marine Conservation in East Mindoro

    Fisherfolk Organizations Coastal Barangays and MFI Form Alliances for Coastal and Marine Conservation in East Mindoro

    Malampaya Foundation Inc. (MFI) signed several conservation pacts to strengthen coastal and marine conservation efforts in several coastal municipalities and barangays in eastern Mindoro.

    Conservation pacts signed by MFI were with Samahan ng Mandaragat ng Banilad, Samahan ng Mangingisda ng Ranzo, Agsalin Fisherfolk Association, Seaweeds Farmers Association (Bgy. Balatasan), St. John the Baptist Fisherfolk Association (Putting Cacao) and Calima Socio Economic Multi-Purpose Cooperative, along with the various barangay local governments of the marine sanctuaries concerned.

    The signing was w ...