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A privately maintained fish sanctuary. They do not sell fish whether for food or pet. They just breed and take care of them so there you are - huge variety of fish.
Unfortunately, they no longer allow swimming with the fish (tourists lie that they...More
This is a privately owned island as informed and the lagoon is protected. To view the fishes, you will go on the bamboo raft and pull yourself across to the wooden platform.
This trip is part of a stopover before heading to Calintaan Island.
This attraction costs P100 to enter that seems to include some pelletised fish food and some tiny fish for feeding.
In calm seas, it is only 10 to 15 minutes by bangka - boat with hire costing P1600 for the day tour including visits to...More
- its a less than 30 minutes boat from the port/ matnog tourism office
- Private boat costs Php 1600 good for 8-10 persons
- theres an entracee/environmental fee at the tourism office but i forgot on how much it cost.
- Php 100 fish...More
The sanctuary was well kept and with a very friendly owner. This was the highlight of the trip! The kids enjoyed seeing the fishes up close. Huge fishes! And i was happy to learn that the owner was more interested to preserve the sanctuary than...More
After Subic beach, we made a quick stop to the fish sanctuary. We almost missed coming in because the caretaker was about to leave. Thankfully, he agreed to wait until we were done before leaving.
After paying Php100.00 for the feeds, we boarded a raft...More
Fantastic place to check out how they are breeding different variety's of fish. Generally you are NOT allowed to snorkel in the actual sanctuary itself , but upon our visit we had a marine biologist with us that was allowed to go in. The owner...More