Juag Lagoon Marine Sanctuary is located inside Juac Island, Matnog, Sorsogon. Juag Lagoon Marine Sanctuary is the dream and passion of Alex Geneblazo. His love for the marine environment led him to build an enclosure within Juag Lagoon that would allow aquatic species to grow and spawn in a protected habitat.
Juag Lagoon Marine Sanctuary News
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Me and two of my siblings went to Matnog, Sorsogon from Legazpi City last May 20, 2018.
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Boat fee is Php1,600 god for 10 pax.
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Summer's been too busy at the Preen HQ, but thank the heavens because I was able to sneak in one trip with Regatta and a memorable one at that. Sorsogon was the destination of choice, the southernmost province in Luzon and is part of the Bicol Region aka the place to be for coconut cream. More on that later!
A trip to Sorsogon is quite an adventure, you have to get on a one hour and five-minute plane ride to Legaspi and then travel on land for about an hour and a half. People think there's not much to do, at least I did, but I was in for an adventure. Before we go any further, let me tell y ...
The Municipality of Matnog lies along the coastal area of the Southern Luzon. This is the last municipality and has one of the busiest port because it is the jump off point towards Northern Samar. A third class municipality composed of different indigenous tribes such as Agta, Tabangon and Cimaron.
Situated in Matnog, Sorsogon and part of the island tour itinerary when going to Subic Beach and Tikling Island. Juag Lagon is privately owned fish sanctuary maintained by the Geneblazo family. Their native hut was built on a sandbar standing through stilts in the middle of the lagoon which is surrounded by fish pens spread across the area. It was opened to tourist to give awareness and educate the public about preserving marine life.
Considered mainland Luzon's gateway to the Visayas region, this town in Sorsogon province is striving to keep its top tourist attraction in the pink of health amid rising visitor arrivals in the past several years.
Subic beach in Barangay Calintaan is known for its pinkish sand and rich marine biodiversity, and it has remained pristine despite the influx of tourists as a result of community and local government initiatives. It can be reached in 30 minutes by boat from the Matnog port.
For instance, visitors must undergo a 5-minute briefing on proper waste disposal and the importance of k ...
Sorsogon Island Hopping Tikling Island, Juag Lagoon Marine Sanctuary, Subic Beach.