Triboa Bay Mangrove Park is located in Subic, Zambales. It is a blend of two ecosystems (marine and forest), making it the perfect habitat for fingerlings, mud crabs, puffer fish, and mudskippers, all of which would make great subjects for nature photography. The numerous mangrove trees that pepper the area also add to the charm of the place.
Triboa Bay Mangrove Park News
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One of the most visited and interesting Subic sightseeing spots, Triboa Bay Mangrove Park features different attractions that a lot of tourists in the area enjoy. This destination is easy to find so even those who are new to the place will not experience difficulties situating it. On the other hand, many locals visit this attraction because it has contributed greatly to the economy and tourism in Subic Bay Freeport Zone. For locals and tourists who like to see the place, they have nothing to worry about budget since the admission fee in the park is very affordable.
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On February 14th, 2013 a group of students from International School Manila arrived at the Triboa Bay Mangrove Plant in Subic, Philippines to help with the reforestation of mangroves.
The students, who arrived with three chaperones, headed straight into the park, where they were greeted warmly by two Aeta guides. The students, after grabbing their respective mangroves, headed towards the planting grounds, where after watching a quick tutorial on how to plant the mangroves, they started planting themselves.
Within half an hour, each of the students had planted an average of two mangroves ...
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One of Subic bay's treasures. An introduction for our conservation plan for our cultural heritage subject.
Triboa Bay Mangrove Park is a two hectares mangrove re-forestation project area that features different attractions that a lot of tourists in the area enjoy.
This destination is easy to find so even those who are new to the place will not experience difficulties situating it. The park is now managed by the same group who maintains the Subic Treetop Adventures.
Upon arriving at the park , the group was initially met by the tour guides and quickly brief the group on the history and importance of the place . There are signage which tell the importance of these mangrove areas.
The ma ...