Cebu is famous for its white sand beaches, lechon, and history. One of the places to add to your itinerary is Moalboal. It doesn’t have the same beaches as famous islands such as Bantayan and Camotes, but what you see below its waters will give you plenty of reasons to
Basdaku Beach is located in Moalboal where diving enthusiasts, locals and foreigners alike, flock. It is the choice base for divers who like to enjoy chilling by the beach after a day’s dive. Non-divers still go to this long stretch of white sandy coastline for a weekend get-away with family
At present, Bantayan Island is getting recognized as a bucket-list-worthy destination for peaceful, quiet retreats. Aside from its fine white sand beaches and blue-green waters, Bantayan Island’s charm comes from the simplicity of the place and warmth of its people. It is what Boracay was like before the over-commercialization.
Camotes Islands offer a wide selection of beaches, dive sites, and other natural attractions. Sometimes coined as the “Lost Horizon of the south”, Camotes’ tourism is on the rise attracting quite a number of visitors and expats.
Malapascua Island is a small island off the northernmost tip of Cebu. It rose to fame as one of the best diving destinations in the Philippines. Aside from its coral gardens and coral walls, it’s famous for big fish encounters such as with manta rays and thresher sharks. If you
Located in Southwestern Cebu, Moalboal is becoming a popular tourist destination, especially for those who appreciate underwater wonders and those who are into diving. Visitors mostly go to either Panagsama Beach in Basdiot where most resorts and restaurants are already established or the White Beach in Basdako which is steadily
The scenario is you’re traveling to the Philippines and you only have two weeks to spare before heading elsewhere. You do a quick search online and see all these beautiful beaches with picturesque sunsets, cerulean waters, and thriving underwater ecosystems. It’s difficult to plan just two weeks to visit all
Picture traveling to a country of more than 7,000 tourist-worthy islands with less than 20 days to explore and but a backpack to carry your belongings. It usually causes preoccupation—the short period of time, the cramped space of your bag, the general brevity of things amid the possibilities of a
In one of his latest posts, travel blogger Aris Mape (D’yan Lang) describes a recent “breakup”. He was giving up on something that he had been depending on for years — his bulky DSLR — in favor a powerful but less stressful smartphone. It’s a big change, as any other
Imagine yourself looking out a vast vista of the sea, sand, and sky—where one component begins and ends you can no longer tell because the transitions in between are smooth as silk and the syncing of all elements is divine. It’s like the perfect dream sequence for beach lovers. Only,