Giant Clams - Pangasinan Attractions

Giant Clams

Taklobos/Giant Clams is located in Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines.


The Giant Clams or locally known Taklobos is regarded as the world’s largest bivalve mollusks which extends over a meter and can weigh over 225 kg. The massive size is a magnificent attraction to visiting tourists who dive or snorkel in the area. These Clams are also endangered and through a concerted effort established by the University of the Philippines Marine Science Institute (UPMSI), they started replanting clams in some parts of the park which is strictly protected and prohibited from divers or snorkelers in those areas.



Events Related to Giant Clams

Agri-Trade Fair
City and Barangay Fiestas
Flores De Mayo
Hundred Islands Festival
Longanisa Festival
Mango and Bamboo Festival
Talaba Festival

Attractions Related to Giant Clams

Alama Cave
Alaminos Coral Reefs
Cathedral Cave
Century Cave
Century Island
Children`s Island
Cuenco Cave
Devil's Island
Governor's Island
Hundred Islands National Park
Limahong Channel
Lopez Island
Marcos Island
Martha Island
Milagrosa Cave
Milagrosa Island
Monkey Island
Nalsoc Cave
Old Scout Island
Quezon Island
Quirino Cave
Romulo Island
Scout Island
Shell Island
Simmimbahan Cave
Sison Island
Villa Verde Trail
Virgin Cave