The most important thing is the conservation of potential areas to be mined with mangrove forests and natural tourism activities. This area is equipped with wooden bridges for dry/land tracking and rowing boats for tracking wet(paddling) via sungai Kuale. A blend of natural tourism and river-coastal culture.
First arriving at this location, visitors will enter from the side of a small river that flows into the estuary. About 100 meters from the main road, visitors will be greeted with an entrance that reads Mangrove Kuale. In this place the view of mangrove trees is seen and you can start a selfie activity so that it is ready to be uploaded to social media. At the time this article was written, there is no entrance fee to this place, but for those of you who want to make a donation for this activity, a donation box is available if you wish to contribute.
Starting from this place you will climb a wooden bridge built by the villagers to start exploring the beauty of mangrove debt in Kuale. Going straight for almost 100 meters you will find a turning point where there is a hut that can be used as a photo spot.