Juag lagoon fish sanctuary
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About the sanctuary
Juag Lagoon Fish Sanctuary is privately owned and maintained by the Geneblazo family, lead by Sir Alex. Despite being privately owned, the family decided to open it up to the public to educate and entertain. The island hoping tours in Matnog include the sanctuary as part of its itinerary.
The Geneblazo family does not charge an entrance fee to the property but donations for the maintenance of the sanctuary are very welcome.
The sanctuary prides itself with a wide variety of marine life including lobsters, coral fishes, giant clams, grouper, sea turtles and many others. Each enclosure holds different aquatic creatures that are raised by Sir Alex and his family, along with their caretakers.
For more information, you may visit the company's website or facebook page:
Contact number: +63 (907) 9577748 or +63 (918) 3045437
how to get there:
Manila to Matnog by Bus:
There are several bus liners going straight to Matnog including Philtranco, Penafrancia, Raymund and Amihan. The trip takes 12-15 hours depending on the traffic.
Manila to Legazpi City by Air:
Cebu Pacific Air and Philippine Airlines fly daily to Legazpi City from Manila. Legazpi City is about an hour travel by plane from the capital.
Legazpi City to Matnog:
To get to Matnog from Legazpi City, ride a tricycle going to the bus terminal located near Gaisano Mall. Ride the bus bound for Sorsogon. From Sorsogon, ride the jeepney heading to Matnog and ask to be dropped off near the port.
where to stay in sorsogon:
Visit my list of hostels, inns and backpackers' lodges for less than P1,500 per night or search for Sorsogon hotels/resorts in the Agoda box below.
ARRANGE FOR YOUR TRIP:
Juag Lagoon Fish Sanctuary is part of the Island Hopping Tour in Matnog. To arrange for an island hopping tour, contact Sir Eddie at +63 (928) 2538607
other destinations in sorsogon:
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