Things to remember when snorkeling at Pambato Reef

Things to Remember when Snorkeling at Pambato Reef on Your Honda Bay Tour:
  •  Wearing of life jackets are strictly implemented. Even if you are a good swimmer, it is best to wear a life vest at Pambato Reef. The shallow section of the reef as about 10 feet deep.
    Giant Clams, Pambato Reef, Honda Bay | Photo credit: palawanscuba.com
    Giant clams at Pambato Reef, Honda Bay | Photo credit: palawanscuba.com
  • No Fish Feeding. You may have read or heard tourists who were able to feed the fish on their Honda Bay tour. Right now, fish feeding is discouraged for the entire tour. The reason is the diet (and behavior) of the fishes is altered when tourists are always feeding them with bread.
  • Don’t go outside of the perimeter. At Pambato Reef, buoys and ropes mark the area that you are allowed to snorkel and swim in. You will be advised not to go over the perimeter because that part of the sea is a protected area.
  • Leave Your Slippers at the Raft. If you are wearing slippers, you will be asked to leave them at the raft. You may wear flippers or aqua shoes.

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