Fish feeding at Nuvali

My hubby likes to drive. I guess it’s one of the ways he unwinds. One long weekend (we had a couple in August), he decided to drive to Nuvali in Sta. Rosa, Laguna just to see what’s there. We hardly ever go south since we’re situated in Quezon City. The kids and I begrudgingly got up (you have no idea how much I want to just lie down on days I don’t have to wake up before 6am), got dressed, and got in the car.

Things to do in Nuvali

We arrived in Nuvali about an hour after. It was an overcast day and it was drizzling. We went to where everyone was queued up for a boat ride. There was a booth there selling fish food for P15 per pack. Normally I would have a pic for every single action or activity but I wasn’t really in the mood that particular morning, lol.

Things to do in Nuvali

Fish would flock to wherever you drop the small pellets of fish food. It was wild. Watching them go at it definitely lightened my mood.

Things to do in Nuvali

They are so comical with their mouths open. They were actually moshing, some fish were moving forward on top of a bunch of others. Hahahaha! It was like a mosh pit. I wish I has enough food for every single one but there are way too many fish out there.

Things to do in Nuvali

We had a hearty brunch at Conti’s before leaving Nuvali. I had Mom’s Garlic Longganisa (P185, pictured above). It was yummy but the longganisa was bitin because they were so tiny. I wiped out the entire plate fast because I didn’t have breakfast at home.

Conti's Mango Bravo
We also shared a slice of Conti’s Mango Bravo (P145, pictured above).

Anyway, if you ever go to Nuvali, I definitely recommend feeding the fish. Our kids enjoyed the activity too.

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