In Search Of: The Fish Sanctuary – Moalboal, Philippines

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  1. ahh I went snorkelling at one of those it was awesome. in answer to the zoo question I went to one at Puerto Princesa called Palawan Crocodile Farm you can google that easy and see some photos etc. it had a lot more than crocs its a wildlife sanctuary that I really enjoyed. Theres more things like that around but like most things in the Philippines their internet presence is not the best. Way easier to find a tourist center or central attractions website for the city your in. In Puerto Princesa for example you can go to a tours booth and book yourself for island hopping to places and reefs you cant really find online.

    1. Even without the fancy the camera, your videos are interesting! I am opposite of you whereas my filipina wife is 19 years older than me. Wouldn’t trade for nothing!

  2. Now that you’re on Dumaguete you’ll have plenty of opportunities to see Fish Sanctuary’s. You should get swim fins and a mask, and head south of Dumeguete.

  3. A fish sanctuary in the Philippines is the ocean, were fishing is illegal and the fish are protected. Not sea world and there is nothing to see but water.  

  4. “Pah-nahg-sah-mah”

    pescado = isda

    para allá = didto

    Sometimes Spanish is going to help you, like “basura.” Other times, it’s going to bomb.

    Try the fish sanctuary on Apo Island  -amazing!

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