Three hours away from Manila the most diverse assemblage of marine life in the world silently hustles to stay alive: The Verde Island Passage. Our reefs can’t speak words, but they can show us why they’re worth fighting for. You’d be surprised what you can do for them even though they’re in the sea.
- Turn off the lights when not in use. This burns less coal and other energy sources that pollutes and contributes to the warming of our seas. This helps our corals and fish friends thrive.
- Avoid single-use plastics. You can kindly refuse plastic utensils and straws from establishments – even drive through and delivery. Toss your purchased items directly in your bag. You could save some animals from plastic pollution this way.
- We believe a good first step to saving our seas is to befriend it. Come out and see them in person. You just happen to live in the country with the most number of marine life species on the planet. Filipinos, this is our home.
Join our next Expeditions in Isla Verde and Culion, Palawan by booking here.