Hilutungan Island Marine Sanctuary also called Gilutongan, is one of the islands in the Olango Reef which is protected by the government as fish sanctuary. This beautiful island is 20 to 30 minutes away from Mactan Island. This island is perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving due to abundant corals and tropical fishes.
Within 3 to 7 meters you can have fun in feeding the fish, the ...
se tropical fishes are friendly that you can feed them with bread and swim together with you. During lowtide the opposite side of the island is bare at low between Olango Reef at knee below you can walk between 5 islands along the reef.
Hilutungan Island Marine Sanctuary or Gilutongan Island News
The need to protect our environment has taken the limelight as local authorities have started to promote the island of Cebu as one of the eco-tourism sites tourists can visit. Protecting the environment ensures the survival of flora and fauna endemic to the area.
Hilutungan Marine Sanctuary
Cebu is blessed with numerous natural tourist spots that have attracted local and foreign tourists. While some of these tourist spots have become too commercialized, there are still a number that have remained relatively undeveloped. One of these places is the Hilutungan Marine Sanctuary.
Marine Sa ...
Strategically positioned, Cebu Island, with its many islets, is one of the best dive destinations in the world, showcasing plenty of stunning underwater beauties.
This elongated island is surrounded by abundant and ecologically linked underwater ecosystems. In the north is the Visayan Sea, widely known as "the heart of marine biodiversity on Earth." In the east is Tanon Strait, the biggest and one of the richest marine protected areas in the country. In the south and west are also marine-rich seas: Bohol Sea and Camotes Sea.
It's no wonder why Scuba diving has thrived and has been a grow ...
Summer is around the corner! Is there a better way to enjoy the season than frolicking in a beautiful beach? Yes, and it is called island hopping—a must-do activity during these sunny months. You won't just visit beaches but also secret lagoons, coves, inlets, marine sanctuaries, and more! We gathered 25 of our best island hopping sojourns, and we highly encourage you to visit these paradises.
For our foreign readers who don't know what this adventure is, island hopping refers to a recreational activity of cruising from one island to another. It traces its activity back to World War 2 whe ...
We already know that the Queen City of the South – Cebu is widely known for its Sinulog festival, which is considered as one of the grandest and most popular festival in the country. We already know that the beautiful province of Cebu is applauded for its pristine white sand beaches, jaw-dropping falls and mountain peaks as well as its tasty local delicacies like otap, dried mangoes, dried fishes, chorizo de Cebu, Lechon and etc.
But aside from the food, the sceneries and its festival that captures the heart of thousands of tourist who visited the province. There are also tons of activiti ...
A year-end and a new year become beautiful because of those wonderful times and memories we already collected and we are about to collect out from 365 days. People are connected to one another each year. We live with love, peace, and unity. Time may pass but everything comes to so many things to remember. It shows the essence of WE is more powerful than ME.
I got another memories to reminisce for the year 2016.
I found that through one of my adventure at a crystal clear blue sea with my teammates before the year-end. But before I tell you about it let's look back my year 2015 team buildi ...
It was azure at first. But as we approached the shallow waters of Pandanon Island, the tint of the water was slowly turning viridescent. We all witnessed how the water gradually shifted from all the shades in between blue and green.
The squeaky-clean sea makes the corals 10 feet below pretty evident. And as the corally features morphed to sand, the 6-feet looked more like a knee deep.
Pandanon island, by the way, is one of the stops of Mactan Island hopping. Other interesting islands include: Nalusuan, Hilutungan, Caohagan, Olango, and Sulpa Islands.
How to get there
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