BAWBAWON BEACH AND MANGROVE PARK

Bawbawon is a white sand beach fringed by a 299.9-hectare mangrove forest. It contains an impressive 21 species of mangroves dominated by Rhizophora variety and is a marine sanctuary for 39 colorful species of fish. Several water bird species seek refuge and nest in the mangrove forest including the olive-backed sunbird, Philippine glossy starling, kingfisher, common egret, brahminy kite, chestnut-breasted mannikin, black-capped oriole, spotted dove, and blue-capped woodpecker. Misamis Occidental offers eco-tourism activities including boating, diving, birdwatching and islet hopping.

BAWBAWON BEACH AND MANGROVE PARK
BAWBAWON BEACH AND MANGROVE PARK
BAWBAWON BEACH AND MANGROVE PARK
BAWBAWON BEACH AND MANGROVE PARK
BAWBAWON BEACH AND MANGROVE PARK