Casabangan Beach Mansalay Fish Sanctuary is located in Cabalwa, Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro and has a size of 14.23 hectares.
Casabangan Beach Mansalay Fish Sanctuary News
At long last, the enforcement of the Mangal Marine Protected Area (MMPA) has begun. After nearly three (3) years of deliberations and public consultations, the MMPA Ordinance was passed in February 2015. After Mayor Joel's decisive victory in the May 2016 elections (his third and final term), the LGU's Department of Agriculture (DA) announced in February 2017 the start of enforcement of the MMPA on March 16, 2017.
Deployment of Marine Buoys--the single largest up-front investment
In anticipation of the start of enforcement of the MMPA, there was a clear requirement for marine buoys (also ...
Mansalay is part of the province of Mindoro, known for Indigenous Manyang Tribe. This town is quite popular for its beautiful beaches. Casabangan beach located in Barangay Cabalwa and Buktot beach at Barangay Manual.
My first visit in Mindoro was a Holy Week last 2012. My friends/classmates/workmates were from Roxas and Mansalay, we planned to visit there province to get some fresh air. We don't have itinerary so this trip is "bahala na si batman". We rode for 2 hours van from Laguna (Balibago, Sta. Rosa) going to Batangas Port. It was a Holy week so the port is congested.
This is my fir ...
Gerald, son of Ka Pedring, the first local scuba diver of Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro.
The following videos uploaded on YouTube were taken underwater in front of Casabangan Beach, Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro. They illustrate the devastation of the coral reefs in the area but they also provide a glimmer of hope for nature.
All need not be lost if the leadership of the local community step-up and provide just that--leadership. A marine sanctuary is in the works. With the ordinance in place and strict enforcement, the local fishermen should catch more fish outside the sanctuary in as little as three years.
According to Ka Porek (our farm manager), there were many sea turtle s ...
I had to return to Casabangan Bay before the end of Amihan or the start of the typhoon season, so that I could revisit the diving sites in the area at the calmest time of the year (April, May and June, in the absence of a typhoon, of course).
Although I have only scratched the surface, there are already two (2) exceptional diving areas I have identified just a few minutes small bangka ride from Casabangan beach. One is about 200 meters offshore fronting the electric pole of ORMECO closest to the green house on the neighboring white sand beach of Casabangan and the other is about 100 meters ...
Second Underwater Video In Front Of Casabangan Beach.