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We stayed for 4 nights for a post new years eve Rest. Come here to relax, don't expect to have action packed days. snorlkle in the reserve after 3 if you stay on the island. Day trippers, there's a reason why people go the turtle...More
I have always wanted to see the giant sea turtles of Apo Island and I am happy I got to see them on my birthday! I was in awe of their beauty, of their calmness despite heavy current, and of their gentle features. It was...More
I still insist to do this tour despite my sprained ankle the night before . And a turtle about 2 feet long , feasting on the rocky moss infront of me when i just had a few steps into the water greets me . And...More
The Apo Island and Marine Sanctuary is a manmade resource that is both fashioned by the Divine and human geniality. Therefore, the Philippine government and its key agency must not take their political pleasures by simply looking at this ecological blasphemy without the swift implementation...More
A few years ago we spent a day on APO and did some diving and snorkling it was a beautiful experience so why not go back when we are closeby?
Well, I can tell you why you shouldn’t go there. The beach is controlled by...More
Spent a day here from nearby Siquijor Island. This is a tiny island with no real amenities other than the sea. It is visited by tourists who come for the coral and sea turtles, but the locals gain very little from these visitors..
We loved our stay at Mario’s and the underwater world is amazing, but there is way too many people living on this tiny stretch of land.
Also nothing is being done to teach the hordes of Chinese tourists about conservation. They just let them step...More
During my 28th birthday, I decided to visit Negros Oriental because I watched Atom Araullo's documentary "The Philippine Seas" wherein he visited Negros Oriental to learn more about the dolphins who live in the Tanon Strait. I was originally planning to go to Palawan but...More