It’s been a few days since I last posted in this blog. What better way to rekindle my writing skills than to feature one of the pride of Negros Oriental, The Apo Island Protected Landscape and Seascape.
Located peacefully away from its mainland Dauin, Negros Oriental, this simple community boasts all the magnificent sceneries one may wish for. Apo Island has always been an inviting venue for marine life enthusiasts and scuba divers for its rich marine biodiversity.
Photograph above courtesy of: https://outoftownblog.com/diving-apo-island/
Its famous for its hawksbill and green sea turtle. It also boasts other sea creature such as clown fish, sea cucumber among others. But I should caution you, the locals are very strict in protecting their precious turtles. You are NOT allowed to touch or chase them. They are for your eyes only.
But above all else its peaceful and friendly community welcomes its visitors with open arms.
The place also has the most amazing rock formation to behold.
Depsite its humble size, the 74-hectare island surround by its crystal blue waters is an eye candy and a romantic venue for those looking for a place to shoot their dream pre-nuptial.
So before going somewhere else, consider going to Apo Island Protected Landscape and Seascape. Your paradise awaits…