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Tubod Marine Sanctuary

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In Front of Coco Grove Resort | San Juan, Philippines
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Fabulous snorkeling.

I spent many hours in the water here. The range and variety of marine life here is quite... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Aussie-PinoY01
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Melbourne, Australia
One of the best spots to snorkel on Siquijor

One of the best spots to snorkel on Siquijor ! You must pay a entry fee and he beach is only very... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
BillyK1980
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melbourne
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In Front of Coco Grove Resort | San Juan, Philippines
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I spent many hours in the water here. The range and variety of marine life here is quite astounding. If you have a good waterproof torch (flashlight), it is even better at night when everything comes out to play.

Thank Aussie-PinoY01
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

One of the best spots to snorkel on Siquijor ! You must pay a entry fee and he beach is only very small. So it can get crowded but I was solo and asked people to mind my stuff while I snorkel.

Thank BillyK1980
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Reviewed 18 March 2018 via mobile

You'll see a small sign off the main road, follow the rough path down and you'll find yourself at the edge of coco grove resorts. Fee is p50 per person. Plus additional p100 if you'll rent gear (from coco grove). Tips: - Bring aqua shoes...More

Thank vivwanders
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Reviewed 5 February 2018 via mobile

This makes my top 3 Snorkelling Location in the world alongside Koh Tao and the Maldives. Absolutely amazing array of fish and coral and all for 50 pesos. The beach is small but come here for the snorkelling, it really is sensational. You can get...More

Thank jstevens
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Reviewed 16 September 2017

We just parked our bike at the "entrance" and walked into the area. There was no one there so we didn't pay any fee accessing the area. Good marine life and very quiet. Water is very shallow. Not the best in Philippines but good enough...More

Thank Helena N
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Reviewed 8 May 2017

pleasant, very large snorkelling area that is roped off to boat access and fisherman. We were here mid day on a Saturday and were the only ones on a beautiful Sunny day. the beach is beautiful and the reef is nice, but there really wasn't...More

1  Thank Marcus T
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Reviewed 3 May 2017

It just beside Coco grove resort with great marine life. It's a few meters walk from the highway and entrance fee is Php 50.00/person. We brought our own snorkeling gears. Good for us, because it was high tide and perfect for snorkeling. We saw a...More

1  Thank arnolda546
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Reviewed 31 March 2017 via mobile

This sanctuary has not been hit by the recent typhoon so the coral is very healthy. There are things to see both in the shallows and the deeper parts. We saw many lion fishes ( both under the rocks and in the shallows ). Turtles...More

2  Thank Olivier_Le_H
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Reviewed 1 February 2017

As in many other places in the Philippines, the word “sanctuary” is more about marketing than preservation. That said, the coral here is very beautiful, and collection of fish varied. I particularly liked the large number clownfish, a black banded sea krait (snake), and many...More

5  Thank Krotz
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Reviewed 11 January 2017 via mobile

Amazing corals and fish diversity, we spent there like 3 hours and still have something to explore, really beautiful.

1  Thank Janina S
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