Barangay Manguiles is located along the National Highway of Mahayag, Zamboanga del Sur. The different puroks of Barangay Manguiles are connected by roads and bridges. The Manguiles Bridge is the starting point of the barangay, extending to the Purok 1 National Highway, ending in the Municipality of Dumingag. Puroks 2, 4 and 5 are connected by one road while Purok 3 is distantly located in a different road.
Mahayag Municipality has a total of land area of 19, 490 hectares with various plain and mountainous areas. It is subdivided into 29 barangays: Bag-ong Balamban, Bag-ong Dalaguete, Boniao, Delusom, Diwan, Guripan, Kaangayan, Kabuhi, Lourmah (Lower Mahayag), Lower Salug Daku, Lower Sto. Nino, Malubo, Manguiles, Marabanan (Balanan), Panagaan, Paraiso, Pedagan, Poblacion (Upper Mahayag), Pugwan, San Isidro, San Jose, San Vicente, Santa Cruz, Sicpao, Tuboran, Tulan, Tumapic, Upper Salug Daku, and Upper Sto. Nino.
Barangay Manguiles, the assigned community, is bounded by Barangay Paraiso on the north, Barangay Sta. Cruz on the south, the municipality of Dumingag on the west, and Barangay Boniao on the east. It has a total land area of 1, 260 hectares of which 25% of this is flat and 75% is slope. It is further divided into five (5) zones or purok. The puroks are identified as Purok 1, Purok 2, Purok 3, Purok 4, and Purok 5. The primary soil types of the barangay are San Miguel silt loam and San Manuel loam. The barangay experiences both dry and wet seasons.
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