MANDY NAVASERO has discovered a new place for Eco tourism and adventure destination. A peaceful little corner in Mindanao, SOCKSARGEN, covering Lake Sebu, Sarangani and General Santos City.Of all the islands in the Philippines, tourists, locals and foreigners alike, have lamented the fact that they are reluctant to visit the island of Mindanao because of security risks. Thankfully, however, there is SOCKSARGEN where one can have seafood and fruit galore and travel without fear.
With the onslaught of many devastating storms in the Philippines, it is surprising to note that this highly urbanized city is considered typhoon-free by experts. It is the hometown of Manny Pacquiao, world boxing champion and Miss Universe contestant, Shamcey Supsup. When it shines, it ranges from 28 degree Celsius to 36 degree Celsius. It is also the tuna capital of the Philippines. It is there that participants of the photo safari check in at a four star hotel- GREENLEAF. Highlight of visit is the Fish Port Complex at sunrise where fishermen unload tons of yellow fin tuna to be weighed, graded, sold and shipped to fish markets all over the world. At Tiongson Arcade, participants dine on sumptuous seafood cuisine. And for specialty crabs, at Gusteaus Resto near GreenLeaf Hotel GenSan.
Photos below, fish port scenery.
Mandy Navasero is conducting destination lectures in General Santos City, Sarangani and Lake Sebu as a photographer's mecca, although this is also open for tourists and non-photographers, who will act as models in the participants' hands-on learning in portraiture and fashion photography. Aside from touring various locations that the region has to offer, both amateur photographers and tourists will be able to take beautiful, breathtaking pictures of the sights in this pretty little corner in Mindanao.
It is Navasero's hope that the adventure-filled Socksargen Photo Safari on Sept. 18-21 will help local tourists discover Mindanao's culture and experience unique destinations.
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