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Misibis Bay Review Part 3: The Activities | Legazpi, Albay

 For those who would like adventure and relaxation, then this place is for you.

Misibis Bay is a quiet place to stay and since it’s far from the city (around 45 minutes), you’re pretty much confined and limited to what the resort offers. :) Here’s a rundown of what we did at Misibis Bay

  1. ATV to the Amphitheater 

We rode the ATV going to the Eco Park and the vehicle was big around 500cc! I was kind of intimidated by it so I chose to back ride instead (well just to be closer to my husband too..ssshhh… ) hehe cheese. Anyway, it was a high quality and highly efficient ATV as compared to the ones we drove and rode before. This was the best we’ve ridden.

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Our first stop was the pit stop of Amazing Race Asia, The Amphitheater. :)

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The Amphitheater was a sight to behold. However, there isn’t much to do here but just take photos…

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and play around. We had a race on who can run down to the stage the fastest. Jason won. :p But of course…. he had longer strides. :p

2. ATV to the Church

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We also visited the church inside Eco Park, where some celebrities wed. We wanted to do a post nup however we weren’t dressed up for it. I guess this will have to do… :p

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3. ATV to the Hanging Bridge

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Finally! Some trekking. But the walk was just short. There was a pool in that area but it wasn’t maintained anymore. Also there used to be some activities here like the zip line but due to the storms which would often ruin it, that activity is postponed indefinitely.

4. Luge

This we absolutely enjoyed! Our first Luge experience was in Singapore and it was “bitin” because the road was too short. But here in Misibis Bay we had 700-800 meters. It lasted around 3 minutes. I really took my time so it would be worth it. Hehe.

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I missed playing! This was so much fun. Adults need to be kids sometimes. :)

5. Paddle Boarding

We first tried this in Boracay some years back. We enjoyed it back then so we wanted to do it again! I only paddled near the shore because I was a bit scared I might fall if I go farther. They lent us life vests though, but still. :)

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Jason was more daring, He paddle boarded almost near the border… all the way to China. haha.

We also did kayaking and we were supposed to do kite surfing. But apparently kite surfing is only doable if there is wind. Unfortunately during that time there wasn’t any breeze so we just settled with the other water activities.

6. Swimming

Of course… Swimming. We had 3 pools to choose from. 1 near the Premier Villa,

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the infinity pool,

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and the other near the Garden View which we discovered on our last day! It had a jacuzzi there.

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(This pool is near the Premier Villa)

Since the resort was pretty private, we had the pool to ourselves and we swam all we can. It wasn’t deep as well, I think around 4 feet. It was the ideal pool for me! and for kids. :p

So these were the activities in Misibis Bay. I am somewhat adventurous and somewhat steady or laid back so this suited us – we had moments of adventure and moments to unwind.

If you’re out for an adventure it would be best to try other activities like go to Donsol and go whale shark watching, or ride an ATV going to the Mayon Volcano.. (which I think isn’t advisable at the moment, as of October 2016). In any case we enjoyed the trip, it was a vacation and an anniversary well spent but it would be a 7 on a scale of 10. :)

Misibis Bay Part 1: The Room and Resort

Misibis Bay Part 2: The Food at Spice Market

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