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Sagay Marine Reserve (Carbin Reef), Sagay City
Categories: Reefs, Nature & Parks
Sagay Marine Reserve is a protected area in the Philippines located in Sagay, Negros Occidental. It is established in 1999 to protect marine life in Carbin and Maca reefs. Sagay is the largest marine reserve in the Philippines, covering an area of 32,000 hectares.It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Sagay Marine Reserve (Carbin Reef) and many more Sagay City attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Sagay City trip itinerary maker.
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Please avoid plastic things. Guards are so cooperative out there. Go early and if you worry about your skin, better keep UV Cream
Carbin reef is best for family and friends.I was amazed by the white sand, school of fish, accommodation and more. BE SURE TO COME HERE EARLY since there are no trees around the area so it's kinda hot... read more »
I love the place and the white reef sand... From Sagay we sail on a palm boat to reach this island. Wow ... It was mind blowing view..... It's a natural reserve, so no plastic and such things are not ... read more »
Just had a great time here! The place was awesome...a Must Place to visit, especially for those who love to experience nature, or unwind. The crystal clear water is so inviting for swimming and snorkeling. No garbage allowed here, as the place is always kept clean . The staff, the driver of the pumpboat and his helper were accommodating. Our guide during the snorkeling, Allan, did his job well!
It was love at first sight for me upon approaching this islet via a banca. This is actually part of Sagay Marine Sanctuary Reserve. There was no tree in sight but there are some makeshift huts for shade and benches plus tables where you could set up your picnic fare. The cool waters was cyrstal clear and refreshed our tired stressed bodies in no time at all. The best time to go there is early in the morning so that you could sail back for home after lunch before the waves become unruly. But then again, since it was like paradise on earth, you could stay on till mid-afternoon. I would love to go back if I have the chance. Thanks for taking us there Anne Olvido and Maricar Dabao.
A memorable place for me. :) simply beautiful!
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