|Bacsije, Ocaña, Carcar, Cebu, PH
KPAF is meant to be a Nature Sanctuary for Life Changing Family & Group Adventures. Katunggan is the native word for Mangroves where this Permaculture Learning Development site is located. Having three ecosystems at its doorstep: land coastal, mangrove and marine it is a true Edge with immense value.
KATUNGGAN is the generic bisaya term for mangroves. located 45 km SE of cebu city. KPAF was dedicated on march 20, 2010 in honor of German Lee Jr. it is a sanctuary for life changing family adventures, leadership, self reliance & wellness.
Among its features are: fresh water ponds, vegetable gardens, herb gardens, natural architecture, composting toilet, rocket stoves, tilapia and other brackish water fish, chickens, turkey, ducks, rabbits, bees, etc
mini ropes course, zip line, jacuzzi, convergence hall, pond kayaking, bicycle path, chapel, christian devotional icons, labyrinth, assorted percussion instruments for drum circle, foosball tables, etc
Events: Team building, Retreats/Recollections, Eco Awareness Learning, Introduction to Permaculture, Farm Tour, Pond Kayaking, Open Sea & Mangrove Kayaking, Ropes, Mangrove planting, Yoga, Laughter Yoga, Family Reunions, etc
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