Lanuza Bay encompasses the municipalities of Lanuza, Cantilan, Carmen and Cortes in Surigao del Sur.
Lanuza Bay News
Being one of the protectors of the environment is never an easy feat. The crusade is paved with enormous challenges and sometimes threats from people and groups intending to advance their self-interest.
For Vicente "Enteng" Mahinay, the cause of protecting the seas and its precious resources as a Bantay Dagat (sea patrol) for over two decades has proven to be as demanding and audacious, however, rewarding after all the toiling come into fruition.
Enteng is a resident of Barangay Nurcia in Lanuza, Surigao del Sur, and started his advocacy to protect the Marine Protected Area (MPA) in 1997 ...
Because province faces the mighty Pacific Ocean, surf-worthy waves pound the shorelines of Surigao del Sur all year round. For many, this becomes a good reason to get stoked in the province. Conversely, the gift Mother Nature brings to this sea doesn't end there. Beneath the mammoth swells hides an underwater gem teeming with some of the healthiest coral reef in the country.
This fact, however, comes with a shadow of peril. Studies have shown that the wealthy marine system found under the waters of Hinatuan stretching to Lanuza Bay, can all disappear within a few years if no actions are tak ...
Because of the province' geographical position facing the mighty Pacific Ocean, surf-worthy waves pound the shorelines of Surigao del Sur all year round.
When I was a kid, I always thought that the ocean was dangerous and beautiful at the same time. Imagine those big waves rushing to the shore with strong wind blowing through the coconut trees. What a paradise! But for a child who grew up in a small town facing the pacific ocean, the sea was a tease to play with but a warning to stay safe. Having that love-hate relationship, I never truly appreciated what the ocean really offered.
Skimboarding, Surfing and Adventure with friends from Cebu,Tanauan Leyte, Maasin Southern Leyte, Tandag, Locals of Lanuza etc. goodtimes..yeah
The Office of the Vice President, through its anti-poverty program "Angat Buhay," granted 63 sets of solar lamps to Namanaka a network of community managers of marine protected areas (MPAs) in Surigao del Sur.
Namanaka, or the Nagkahiusang Mananagat ug Mag-uuma nga Nag-amping the Kinaiyahan Asosasyon, is a federation of MPA managers who voluntarily oversee and protect the MPAs in Lanuza Bay-
CarCanMadCarLanCorTan, covering the local government units of Carrascal, Cantilan, Madrid, Carmen, Lanuza, Cortes, and Tandag.
"They are ordinary fishers and farmers who take the lead in conservin ...