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Giant Clam Sanctuary

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It's all about the CLAMS...

Clams were born male, and becomes female after certain years then developing both male and female... read more

Reviewed 7 January 2019
EconomyWanderer
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San Mateo, Philippines
Nice for a stop on the way

The museum is nice and the clams in the shallow water are only ok. The deeper water has so many... read more

Reviewed 5 January 2019
ophirf4
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Kantaan | Guinsiliban, Camiguin, Mindanao, Philippines, Mindanao, Philippines
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The Giant Clam sanctuary is the result of 22 years of work by this local community to protect and re-establish giant clams in the ocean close to the beach, as well as supporting corals to grow back. The on-shore site contains some beautiful large and...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Christopher P
Reviewed 10 January 2019

Visiting the Giant Clam Sanctuary is an excellent and must experience attraction. One starts by looking at various marine life stored in tanks such as oysters and clams. Once you are completed with this tour you are invited with a guide to snorkel in shallow...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed 7 January 2019

Clams were born male, and becomes female after certain years then developing both male and female organs to reproduce clam. One of my friends commented they are members of LGBT Community.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank EconomyWanderer
Reviewed 5 January 2019 via mobile

The museum is nice and the clams in the shallow water are only ok. The deeper water has so many corals, fishes and of course the giant clams which make it totally worth it!

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank ophirf4
Reviewed 29 December 2018

WOW very nice layout White sand beach good food Very good staff Snokerling with clams Young staff show U around sanctuary Good for family picnic One best things to see on island

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Stan W
Reviewed 14 December 2018

My family and I really enjoyed this trip. I would say this is the highlight of our stay in Camiguin, and one of the happiest moments with my family in my entire life. The initial lecture was educational. At first we were hesitant to snorkel...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Leo Angelito F
Reviewed 4 November 2018 via mobile

If you have kids i suggest go and make this place your first stop. Their tourguides are highly skilled in handling the little ones too..i must know since my 6yo had an undersea educational 101 tour with them and she loved it! Tips: --make it...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank moonchildgee
Reviewed 31 October 2018

We enjoyed the small chldren (ranging from 8-12 years old) explained what to expect of the place. Very impressed on how they explained the scientific name of each shell fish, its habitat, how they reproduce, etc. We were totally impressed that they spoke good english.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Milette C
Reviewed 4 September 2018 via mobile

I highly recommend this visit. We visited the clam sanctuary after a storm so the visibility wasn't as good as it could have been but we still enjoyed it. The road from the coast road to the sanctuary takes you through the most beautifully decorated...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Northerener100
Reviewed 21 August 2018

This was one of the highlights of our holiday. It was really educational, but the best part was snorkeling around the bay. The entrance price, which is very reasonable, includes a snorkeling guide. We saw lots of different fish, coral and the giant clams. The...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank JoanneTaichung
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JunieAl
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Best to go there between 8am to 4pm
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Our recommendation is to hire a local with a motorbike for a day to give you a tour around the island. They are usually parked in the airport.
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