Nuvali is a nice and refreshing place where you can dine, relax and unwind with family and friends. Aside from restaurants, it also has a multi-functional lake, outdoor trail and wide open spaces. Visitors can feel close to nature because of its green surroundings.
Nestled at Sta. Rosa, Laguna, Nuvali is becoming a favorite place by many.
A great activity that you can enjoy in Nuvali is fish feeding. Fish feeds are sold for P15 a pack. Take note that only Nuvali fish feeds are allowed. So don't make a mistake of throwing a piece of bread or chip in the water.
I've seen Koi ponds before but this is the first time I've seen a lake with a massive number of Koi. Adults and kids will surely be delighted by the overwhelming abundance of Koi swimming and eagerly hoping for Manna from heaven.
The moment you drop some feeds in the water, the exuberant Koi will swim frantically to get some of that coveted treat. It's an amazing display of fin flapping and fish tail movements. You might even see one or two Koi doing a cartwheel in the air. No kidding!
Perhaps the Koi are doing it on purpose so that you'll go back to the booth to buy some more of those feeds. ha! ha!
I surely fell for it because I went back to the booth several times to buy fish feeds. It was worth it because my son had a great time feeding the overzealous Koi.
Fish feeding at Nuvali is from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM daily.
Riding the Water Taxi is another fun activity for the family. The short boat ride costs P30 per head.
Enjoy the refreshing wind on your face and watch birds flying nearby. Expect to feel gentle water splashes as the boat makes a turn.
After feeding the Koi and riding the Water Taxi, my family settled for appetizing snacks at Conti's. Hubby had halo-halo, Yohan chose chicken empanada while I enjoyed a slice of Bananalicious Pie.
It was an afternoon well spent.