Witnessed a Huge School of Fish While Snorkeling on Pamilacan Island

School of Jackfish in Pamilacan Island BoholPamilacan island is about an hour boat ride from Panglao, another island connected to its larger counterpart Bohol, Philippines. Stace had already described its beauty in a previous post but I wanted to also call attention to the marine life that surrounded the island’s waters. Continue┬áreading

A Simple Life on Pamilacan Island

Pamilacan Island on the Map

The small island of Pamilacan is a province in Bohol, Visayas archipelagos in the Philippines. Its name comes from the word “Pilak,” which is a large hooked implement made and used by fishermen to capture whale sharks and manta rays. It is only 8 miles from the famous Alona Beach in Bohol. It’s virgin white sandy beaches, mini coves, and solitude of being in your own island paradise makes this island feel like a permanent home. The island is famous for dolphin watching and diving. Its 140 hectares has a population of only 200 families. Our planned trip to visit this island was non other than relaxing and informative. Continue┬áreading

Dolphin Sightings Around Bohol

Dolphin Sighting by Pamilacan IslandBohol, Visayas, Philippines – We left Alona Beach at 5am to set out for our adventure to seek for dolphins swimming around the island. It took us 2 hours to get to the nearby site of dolphin sightings. The guide explained that the boat engine alone attracted the Dolphins, so all the curious dolphins swam closer to us. We all wished we could just jump in the waters to get a closer look at all of them, but of course it wasn’t recommended. I snapped a few photos and we headed out to dock on to the nearest island, Pamilacan. Continue┬áreading