Aerial photo mangrove islands

After the Guang Guang nature reserve park is fully planted, we head to a part of Pujada Bay whose ridge is called the “Sleeping Dinosaur”. However, the viewer has to use a lot of imagination to recognize this shape from a bird’s eye view. Although Mati is slowly becoming a tourist hotspot, everything in these villages goes about its traditional business. No doubt also because the small villages are not easy to reach. The way from the road to the coast is almost impassable after heavy rains. For this reason alone, the boat remains the most popular means of transport here. First, the mangrove islands are to be connected, and then they will be planted further out to sea to better protect the villages and increase the fish population. It is always important that the fishermen are allowed access to land their catches.