Top attractions to explore in Aklan
The province features high geographic diversity, ranging from white sandy beaches, mangroves and mountainous landscapes.
The Bakhawan Eco-Park is a 220 hectares mangrove forest located in Kalibo, Aklan, Philippines. The mangrove reforestation project started in 1990 when the local government and several non-government organizations transformed the muddy shoreline of Barangay New Buswang into a mangrove reforestation site to prevent flood and storm surges in the community. The park is dubbed as the Philippines' most successful mangrove reforestation project. The word "bakhawan", in the local dialect, means "mangrov
Map of attractions in Aklan