Pamilacan Island is situated 12.5 kilometers south of Bohol island. The island is now seen as a success story in community transformation from their destructive, unsustainable hunting practices, to the protection of their precious marine life. The community now consider themselves as caretakers of the sea, using dolphin & whale watching tours and snorkeling to protect their marine resources by pro ...
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Pamilacan Island Marine Sanctuary News
You've booked your flight to Bohol, packed your sunnies and swim wear and readied your reservation at Panglao Island, what's next? Of course, you're up for some adventure, sun worshipping and indulge in everything the island has to offer! So here are our suggestions on things to do in Panglao Island, Bohol.
BIKE AND BEACH HOP
Get a good tan and beach bum your way in the white fine sand with a cool juice fresh from a coconut husk. Panglao Island will make you enjoy or relax on its fine sand and pristine beaches. Take pleasure with some of your fellow beach bums or laze and recluse with a ...
Pamilacan Island Bohol, Philippines.
Pamilacan is an island in the Bohol Sea, situated 12.5 kilometres south of Bohol island.
Diving in December 2016 with the incredible Cuco from the Buzzz Dive Shop (https://www.facebook.com/The-Buzzz-Di...)
Cuco is responsible for all the footage, we just edited the video.
Lawyer Ingemar Macarine, nicknamed Pinoy Aquaman, will start 2017 with a grueling open-water swim on January 7.
Macarine, who completed five open-water swims this year, will try to conquer the rough seas of Gingoog Bay as he will swim from Camiguin Island to the town of Balingoan, Misamis Oriental.
Macarine is gunning for his 25th successful open-water swim. A successful swim will make him the only Filipino swimmer to do such feat.
Macarine will swim a total of 24-kilometers between Gingoog Bay and Macajalar Bay of Cagayan De Oro City.
"This swim from Camiguin to Balingaon is plann ...
The beautiful Pamilacan Island aerial view located in Baclayon, Bohol.
A female green sea turtle of about 90 kilos and whose body measuring about 76 cm X 120 cm was rescued by two fishermen while catching fishes off Pamilacan island, about 40 minutes by boat from this coastal town, caretaker Eugene Baogbog, in an interview, said.
He said that based on the environmentalists and the DENR's observation, the turtle might have eaten plastics as food that they're now considering to operate the turtle so it can be saved.
Baogbog said that fishermen Elmer Valeroso and Randy Miculob found the sea mammal floating and wounded in its left flipper. The wound appeared to ...