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Big fishes

1st time i saw bangus and other fish thats so big.. I never knew they can grow as big as that... read more

Reviewed 29 August 2018
Jemelee L
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Lipa City, Philippines
via mobile
A very relaxing place where you can have an interaction with different kind of fishes.

Juag lagoon fish sanctuary is a nice side trip after have an overnight at subic, matnog. In this... read more

Reviewed 21 April 2018
Manuel B
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Reviewed 16 January 2018 via mobile

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 that our boatment pulled towards the fish enclosure. The stairs and the pathway are made of bamboo. Please make sure to watch the kids closely. The fishes are huge and anyone falling into the cages might be in a bit of danger.

The fishes were huge. Groupers, milkfish and more could be clearly seen especially when snapping at the feeds. It was such an amazing experience for our toddler who did not only love watching them but had a blast feeding them as well.

Thank SummerDaysPh
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Reviewed 16 April 2017

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 first made sure he had NO lotion on his body as to not infect the surrounding waters!

2  Thank Ilo K
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Reviewed 14 January 2017

It's a sight to behold. Very fanciful. Although we went there while it was very crowded that we didn't have the chance to swim with the fishes. But I would love to go back some day!

1  Thank attyrmacpa
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Reviewed 19 September 2016 via mobile

Fish sanctuary is part of the itinerary if you hire a banca/boat from the matnog tourism office. The place has a pay toilet and an entrance fee for fish feeding. Am sooo amazed of the giant fishes. You will spend 10-15 mins in this place. When we were here there were no fish on sale

Thank Mary anne A
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Reviewed 13 August 2016 via mobile

We stopped by here after visiting Subic beach, was surprised at how nice it was organized and the clear focus on conservation. You can stay dry and feed the fish from the bamboo structures around some of the fish corrals or snorkel around (with the caretaker) and see a lovely little reef that contains a huge variety of the local sea life including giant clam, lobster, starfish, clowns, neons, and massive numbers of colorful reef fish.

Thank Scott M
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