Tag Archive | Moalboal
Sardine Point: An Unexpected Wild Encounter Under the Sea
Aquariums, zoos, marine parks, and certain tourist attractions have allowed people to interact with rare wildlife. Amazing as these attractions are, we cannot deny the fact that these animals are housed and presented in a controlled, if not artificial, environment. Their behavior and habits are far from natural. That is why we favor adventuring in […]
Pescador Island: The Chime of Moalboal and Tañon Strait
Naturalist and preservationist John Muir famously said, “The mountains are calling, so I must go.” The same goes for the sea. The siren call of the deep blue world is difficult to resist. After all, the unimaginable beauty, mystery, and danger under the waves captivates the mind. In many ways, that call originates from a simple, unassuming island, islet, or sandbar. In Moalboal, Cebu, the song of the sea emanates from rocky Pescador Island.
HealthCamp: Snorkeling, Camping, Cooking, and Yoga by the Beach
The demands and the fast pace of living in this modern society have resulted to people adapting a dangerously unhealthy lifestyle. We eat unhealthy food and drinks, exercise infrequently, work too much, rest inadequately, or drown ourselves in stress. No wonder there is an alarming increase of the number of people being afflicted with cardiovascular […]
Pescador Island and Panagsama Beach: The Diving Paradises of Moalboal
The Coral Triangle is a 5.7 million square kilometer, roughly triangular area of tropical marine waters that encompass the Solomon Islands, Papa New Guinea, Malaysia, Indonesia, and our very own Philippines. With 500 species of reef-building corals and innumerable species of marine organisms that call these corals home, the Coral Triangle is dubbed the Amazon […]
Canyoneering Downstream in Badian: A Perfect Extreme Adventure for Aspiring Adventurers
The idea of engaging in extreme adventures seems to be fun and exciting. After all, who wouldn’t be excited at seeing breathtaking scenes, experiencing adrenaline-pumping activities, or sharing death-defying experiences with friends? However, based on our experiences, many people find out the hard and painful way that the world of adventure is not as easy as described in blogs or seen in photos and videos.