After almost four months, the giant clam sanctuary in Cantaan, Guinsiliban, Camiguin is now back in business and open to the public. Kibila Giant Clam Sanctuary located along the southeast coast of Guinsiliban town in Camiguin has over 2,000 clams of six different species of giant clams including the famed Tridacna gigas, one of the most endangered clam species.
Established in 1997, Kibila Giant Clam Sanctuary is a perfect educational site for clam conservation. For an entrance fee of P25, visitors can have a tour of the clam conservation site. Here’s the seaside sanctuary at low tide.
Village kids act as tour guides and give explanations on clam conservation.
But the best shots are found in the deeper area where you can go snorkeling. Below are photos courtesy of Shawntel Hugo.
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Check our previous post below last March.