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Saturday, May 11, 2013

Tuka Bay Marine Sanctuary Park - A Must See in Kiamba, Sarangani

Powdery white sand beaches, blue green water, snorkel and kayak. Who loves these? I do! 1 million times! hahahaha! I considered myself hooked by a scenic view of white sand beaches. Although I don't want to get super dark skin but this ain't stop me from going to beach - first world problem. nyahaha!

Continuing the story of our west coast Sarangani tour, our last stop was in Tuka Bay Marine Sanctuary Park. We went there on a sunny Sunday and I was expecting a crowded resort since it was weekend. And to my surprised, the place was so calm. There were other 2 groups aside from us but still the resort was so calm and I loved it. You can really appreciate the place if it is not crowded. You can see the fine clean shore perfectly curved and looking at calm sea can really take away stress.

We have our sumptuous lunch, rice, grilled fish and squid - pusit in a local term. Perfect food at that moment. Thanks to our colleagues who made the cooking well done.

Aside from being addicted to travel, my travel buddies are cam whores too! hahaa! So as usual, we took many photos having Manny Pacquiao's rest house as background.

Yes, that huge color orange and well built rest house was owned by Manny Pacquiao. Beautiful isn't it? It has said that the rest house has plenty of rooms - just like Hotel California. I'm joking. Please laugh. Okay- so we just took photos because we aren't allowed to go inside for viewing. If only Manny was there, I know he would allow us to go inside. :D

Our time was consumed in swimming. We let Manong take us few meters away from the shore through the boat we used to get to Tuka Bay. And we swam by ourselves to get back to the shore. I just recently learned how to swim, yet very tiring, I enjoyed it so much.

They have life vest. So you can still enjoy the swimming session if you don't know how to swim. They also have snorkel set for rent and I assure you that Tuka Bay is very rich in marine life. You can see different variety of beautiful fishes. Large, small and colorful ones. That's why we don't have any time for paragliding that time. But it was very worth it. :D



How to Get There

We rented a boat worth PHP1,500 and can accomodate up to 15 people. Life vest are included. And they will wait for you and will bring you back to Kiamba.

Other Photos Taken at Tuka Marine Sanctuary Park

2 Responses to “Tuka Bay Marine Sanctuary Park - A Must See in Kiamba, Sarangani”

fritzie novacek said...
March 24, 2015 at 10:26 PM

How can I make reservation?

fritzie novacek said...
March 24, 2015 at 10:26 PM

How can I make reservation?

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