A trip to Sarangani is not complete without passing by the fish port, which is located at Barangay Tambler, GSC. We got to the fish port quite late, around 7:40 am to be exact and we were able to see the little fish they had left. It was amazing considering we missed out on the Grade A, yellow fin tuna for export to the United States, Japan and Europe. This was a fantastic tour! Come down and visit Sarangani and see for yourself 😀
The Fish Port was amazingly clean without that “fishy” smell that the regular markets emit. We were amazed that it smelled exactly like the sea….. fresh and clean, just like it’s supposed to be 🙂 The kids enjoyed every minute of this tour.
Everyone has to be in rubber boots in order to enter. Go Sarangani Travel provides everything you will need. 😛
Cute Edan, posing by the smaller tuna
Come and visit Sarangani and be amazed at the beauty this province has to offer! It is a gorgeous paradise and a haven for pure R&R. 😀
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This is an awesome post — Loved the video!
Thanks Mit! Have to learn how to edit my videos though… hehehe
What an interesting post! Learned quite a bit; you should do more of these Pring.
Can’t wait to visit Sarangani …..what a great material for the book huh?
there are so many wonderful new discoveries in Sarangani, mel. i have several posts that i need to finish up and will post. there are many other places that i have yet to go to. will definitely post more. i love sarangani. come visit me here 😀