As Shark Stanley circles the globe he comes across young people who are working to save sharks. These Youth Ambassadors inspire the rest of us, old and young alike, to take action to make changes in our own backyards.
Our first Youth Ambassador is Anna Oposa, the co-founder and "Chief Mermaid" of Save Philippine Seas. She's the Project Director and Founder of the Shark Shelter Project, which aims to protect thresher sharks and other coastal and marine resources of Daanbantayan, Cebu, and the Sea and Earth Advocates Camp, a project to empower young Filipinos to play leadership roles in mari ...
The main tourist drawer in the municipality of Oslob is the whale sharks that visit the place every day. But, Oslob has more to offer than given visitors the opportunity to swim with the whale sharks. Similar to other parts of the island, the town has its share of natural wonders. One of these wonders is the Tumalog Falls.
The Tumalog Falls is located in Barangay Luka and is around fifteen to twenty minutes away from the whale shark watching area. A number of visitors to Oslob typically drop by the falls after their whale shark experience. The place is located has remai ...
Malapascua Island is located on the northeastern coast of Cebu in the Philippines. A rather small island that is characterized by tropical waters, white beaches, palm trees and amazing dive sites.
Most of the resorts in this island are situated on a long stretch of white sandy beach. Many local villages exist on the island, with the people's main source of income being fishing and tourism.
This island cannot be compared to the likes of Boracay and Alona Beach because Malapascua Island is underdeveloped (no roads), with no room for cars, or bikes even. This feature makes the island very r ...