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Giant Clam Sanctuary

Features Animals
Barangay Adecor, Mindanao, Philippines
+63 908 118 5162
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Fascinating and colorful

At first I was hesitant of pushing through this activity because I thought it was boring. But boom... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2017
Ricky P
via mobile
A Must

Try to visit during low tide so you are closer to the clams. This sanctuary has THE MOST colorful... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2017
Singapore, Singapore
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Barangay Adecor, Mindanao, Philippines
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Reviewed 9 October 2017 via mobile

At first I was hesitant of pushing through this activity because I thought it was boring. But boom! When I started snorkeling, I got excited with everything that I see! Hundreds of giant clams in different colors and sizes plus a lot of colorful fishes....More

1  Thank Ricky P
Reviewed 5 September 2017

Try to visit during low tide so you are closer to the clams. This sanctuary has THE MOST colorful and gigantic clams I've ever seen! And thousands of them! Your car/tricycle/habal habal will take you to the dock. From the dock, you have to take...More

2  Thank jonalber2
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

We had a great time here, the guides were very accommodating. They even lent their personal memory card for the underwater cam that we rented and they just sent the captured pictures to our mobile phone. Will be definitely back in the future!

1  Thank John Patrick M
Reviewed 7 August 2017

huge, giant clams anyone? heck, this is the place. Great experience snorkeling around and observing giant under water. must to do if you are in samal island. highly recommended

Thank streeteasy55
Reviewed 1 August 2017 via mobile

It was recommended by a family friend who is from Samal. It didn't disappoint. It's great they do briefing first before taking you to the area.

Thank Meinard V
Reviewed 15 July 2017 via mobile

Love love love the Giant Clam Sanctuary. I've never seen Giant Clams up close so we thought it would be a new adventure. It did not disappoint. We didn't book a tour ahead of time and being low season (right after summer), there weren't a...More

1  Thank Januspaggers
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

7 kilometers to be exact right from the hagimit falls You will find this amazing giant clam sanctuary. Going to the sanctuary u need to hire for a bangka to bring u .. Cost 500 pesos good for 4-6 pax ( quite expensive for solo...More

Thank Ronna V
Reviewed 8 June 2017 via mobile

Amazing to do. Definitely gonna do this again. Very safe. Need a better underwater cam next Time. People selling real mother pearls for good prices, just barter with them

Thank jonsapon121
Reviewed 1 May 2017 via mobile

The best part of our Samal Tour! It's so amazing to see life in those big clam shells.. . Seeing them upclose with wonderful colors of violet orange and a lot more!! Besides the clams, there were corals and anemones, so you'll find fishes, schools...More

Thank Rravrav
Reviewed 27 April 2017

It is very unusual for me as a manila girl to see those huge clams here at Samal Island. As part of the itineraries in doing your Samal Island Hopping, you will a chance to see and swim with the clams and other creatures like...More

1  Thank hijaviajeraph
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Kenneth Emmanue... J
20 March 2017|
Response from jonalber2 | Reviewed this property |
From the dock, you have to take a 1-minute boat ride to the floating platform. Boat fee varies depending on boatmen. It is usually 500php per boat that fits 6pax. So if you are a group, per head cost is cheaper. They do... More