Balicasag Island Marine Fish Sanctuary is an almost circular island with a typical Maldives character. Crystal clear waters and a snow white beach surround the island. Balicasag has a diameter of about 600 Meters and lies about 20 minutes by boat from Alona Beach. Just like in the Maldives, the island has only one bungalow resort with about 20 simple bungalows in native style. You can walk around ...
the island in about 30 to 40 Minutes. Beside the resort, there are about 100 indigenous families living on the island.
Balicasag is especially popular for divers. Dive boats from Alona Beach come here every day for one or two dives to enjoy the breathtaking wall dives around Balicasag Island. The reef is about 50 Meters from the beach and falls straight down to about 50 Meters. There are a few caves and caverns under water and a huge forest of black corals.
Balicasag Island Marine Fish Sanctuary News
Endurance swimmer and environmental lawyer Ingemar "Pinoy Aquaman" Macarine will endure another record-setting 15-kilometer open water swim in Bohol Sea on Sunday, November 12.
Macarine will kick off from the fish-rich island of Balicasag to the tourist haven of Panglao island in Bohol.
He is gunning for his eight marathon crossing this year and 34th successful open-water swim since he started his open-water swim on December 31, 2013 in Surigao City.
Macarine, who hails from Placer, Surigao del Norte, said this marathon swim is still part of his preparation for the English Channel swi ...
This trip was filmed entirely on the GoPro HERO4 Silver and some from my iPhone 6s!
Destinations and things you can do in Bohol according to this video:
- The Chocolate Hills
- The Manmade Forest
- The Hanging Bridge
- Tarsier Conservation Area
- Loboc River Floating Restaurant
- Loktob Spring (you can ask the locals where it is!)Panglao Island, Bohol
- Jet skiing and parasailing in Dumaluan Resort
- Island Hopping (Balicasag Island and the Virgin Island)Loboc, Bohol
- Paddle boarding in Loboc River
- Ziplining in Loboc Adventure Park
Experiences in the Philippines.
Balicasag & Virgin Island Bohol SeaScuba diving, drink San Mig, Native restaurant, fresh sea food.
VLOG # 23 in the Philippines
Time to explore the beautiful island of Bohol.
We stayed at Alona Beach were many offers island tour. Our first official day in Bohol, we decided to hire a semi private tour, which there's only 4 of us in the small boat. Our first stop was dolphin watching or "chasing" because they were small and really fast, very hard to see. So we chased the dolphins for about 30 minutes, then went to Balicasag Island. Balicasag Island is known for swimming with Pawikan (sea turtle) which was awesome experience! Our last stop was the Virgin Island, were they offer many dif ...
Day trip to the amazing Balicasag island in the Philippines, near Bohol island. We took a boat from Alona beach. Snorkeling in Balicasag is an amazing experience.
Unlike our ancestors who viewed the world as a god that needs to be respected, the humans of today are a haughty bunch. The advancement of technology, preservation of status quo, our so-called sophistication, and contemporary lifestyle have made us arrogant, as if we are the alpha species of this planet. The gloated decision makers of Earth's fate. Those arrogant humans include us.
But as Sheila and I traveled all over the Philippines, our perspective on ourselves as dwellers in this world drastically changed. Each lofty mountain, each vibrant reef, each rushing river, or each culture-rich ...