Molocaboc Island is a beauty of nature rich in marine resources located offshore from Sagay City, Negros Occidental.
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Molocaboc Island is a small barangay under the city of Sagay, Negros Occidental (Philippines). It was a 2 hour ride from Bacolod to Sagay City and you could either get there via private vehicle or you could ride a bus going to Sagay at the North Bus Terminal in Bacolod City.
When we arrived at the port, there were a lot of passenger boats used by the residents in order to get to the island but you cannot just ride one unless you know someone from the island who could provide you with a passenger boat (*the boat could accommodate at least 20 persons) since the boats are only used by the pe ...
Molocaboc Island is a barangay under the City of Sagay, Negros Occidental. Living in the islands with limited resources like drinking water, electricity is quite a challenge for every people, but i admire them how they live happily in a very big islands, it is approximately measured about 420 Hectares.
I got a chance to visit the island because of a friend living in Sagay City invited me to explore it. I was in Sagay a day before our planning trip because I don't have any contact if I do it alone. There is no passenger boat crossing the islands unless you have a friend living there and can ...
Explore the beautiful marine reserve and tourist destinations in the northern part of Negros Occidental.
Molocaboc Island is home to Sagay's fisher folks. If you're planning to do a mangrove planting activity, this is one of the best sites and to help the community maintain its mangrove reforestation. This is where you'll also find the miracle hole "amatong" fishing.
Suyac Island is the newest island attraction of Sagay City. It's a mangrove eco-park located near Carbin Reef.
Carbin Reef is part of city's 4000-hectare marine sanctuary. This tongue-shaped white san ...
Independence Day until June 14. And during my stay I learned so much about the great importance of Marine life conservation.
Welcome to the most abundant marine reserve in Philippine Islands ??" Sagay.
Sagay City is 84 kilometers away from Bacolod. Ride for more than an hour from Bacolod and you can reach Sagay.
Sagay Marine Reserve is a 33 hectares wide covering those islands of Negros Occidental and has the following areas of interests:
Carbin Reef, Panal Reef, Macahulom Reef, Suyac Island and Molocaboc Island.
We went to these amazing islands and saw the beauty within.
Alinsayawan Falls (San Carlos City) is approximately 45 minutes away from the city proper, ideal for nature lovers and local tourists.
Bagacay Falls and Asaw Asaw Falls (Brgy. Mailum, Bago City) are located at a place accessible only by foot; it is an ideal retreat for nature lovers.
Bagacay Cave (Calatrava) is about 8 kilometers from the town proper. Mat weaving inside this cave has been a source of living of the residents.
Busac-busac Spring (Brgy. Tinampa-an, Cadiz City) is the main source of potable water in the city. Spouting out of the toe of the hill and adorned by surrounding ...
The last time I've been in La Carlota Negros Occidental, my mother's home town and I grew up for almost 6 years (from 1990-1996) was on 2006. For almost 8 years, finally! I'm back!
I have a lot of childhood memories in that place. I bonded with my Lola (which I am certified Lola's girl), Last holy week of 2014, we decided to visit my Lola, she's already 84 years old and very very strong, We arrived last Maundy Thursday, rest until Good Friday to observed the essence of Holy week, We decided to go to Sagay City, particularly in Carbin Reef. I do the research beforehand and booked our tour t ...