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It cost 350p for the two of us (may be more expensive if you don't bring your own snorkel and masks)
Among others we saw a massive school of barracudas, a turtle, a couple of reef sharks, giant clams, and various fish and coral. Well...More
This place is awesome! After our Salagdoong trip we headed to this marine sanctuary and paid p800 for the 3 of us 2 guides coz its a bit wavy that time so we needed 2 and rent for the snorkelling gadgets. Its not the best...More
I highly recommend visiting here.
For 325P, 250P guide (guides take max two people), 25P (entry) and 50P (snorkel hire) you will defiantly see giant clams. Probably see school of Baracuda, turtles and black tip sharks too. Lots of other things if you take the...More
This was my first time snorkeling with legitimate things to see. The staff was very nice and I had a guide for 250 PHP and it lasted about an hour. We saw a huge school of barracudas, a shark, some clown fish, giant clams etc......More
Run down Boardwalk but a nice view non the less, be very careful as most of the boardwalk is in disrepair. Nice view amongst the mangroves and out to sea. Good place for selfies or a private photo shoot.
My friend and I had rented snorkling equipment in our hotel and talked to the owner, who recommended Tulapis marine sanctuary for seeing sharks (black tip sharks) and barracudas when snorkling - so we took our first stop on our scooter tour on the coastal...More
The beach itself is beautiful, but I was expecting some nice snorkeling. Perhaps we didn't swim out far enough (200+ meters) but it was so shallow we couldn't snorkel and there were lots of spiny sharp creatures. There was no one else on the whole...More
Like every beach on Siquijor, this one is beautiful, but it is definitely not a "marine sanctuary." My experience, as explained below has prompted me to contact government authorities to try and shut down this "sanctuary".
My boyfriend and I arrived and one of the...More
Clear, warm, shallow water allows you to snorkel forever. Be aware of sunburn as the water is perfectly cool in the hot sun. The volunteer (boatmen) are amazingly good and helpful. If you want to see the biggest clam (king clam), this is the place...More