Cebu is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, with crystal clear waters, white sandy shores, and stunning sunsets. Popular beach destinations include Mactan Island, Bantayan Island, and Malapascua Island.
Cebu is rich in history and culture, with many sites that showcase the region’s colonial past. The Magellan’s Cross, Fort San Pedro, and the Basilica del Santo Niño are popular historical landmarks.
Cebu is known for its delicious and unique cuisine, which includes dishes such as lechon (roast pig), kinilaw (raw fish salad), and puso (rice cooked in woven coconut leaves).
Cebu is famous for its vibrant and colorful festivals, including the Sinulog Festival, which is one of the largest and most popular festivals in the Philippines. Other festivals include the Kadaugan sa Mactan, the Cebu City Charter Day, and the Pasko sa Sugbo.
In Cebu you can choose a variety of adventure activities, including canyoneering, kayaking, trekking, and zip-lining.
Filipinos are known for their friendly and welcoming nature, and Cebuanos are no exception. Visitors can expect to be greeted with warmth and hospitality wherever they go in Cebu.
Moalboal dive sites
Diving with the Sardines in Moalboal
No matter how many times you dive with the sardine ball, you will always awed by the sheer number of fish, the constantly moving shapes of the individual sardine ball and the sudden, but simultaneous, change of directions of thousands and thousands individual fishes seemingly by one command. Meanwhile the sardines have moved from Pescador Island to the coast. They can be found now just in front of our dive center, at our house reef.
Diving with the sardines is a breathtaking experience and accessible to everybody who can dive. The sardines stay just in front of our dive center and can be observed on nearly every shore dive.
Pescador Island is just a 15 min boat ride from our dive shop. Between Cebu’s coastline and Pescador Island, the sea floor drops down to over 300m deep. Out of this depth the island rises like a pinnacle.
Pescador Island is famous for its beautiful, largely untouched marine life. The small island with rocky cliffs is fringed by a shallow reef 3-10m wide, then spectacular drop-offs plunge away to depths of 55m plus.
The main point of interest for many is cathedral cave, a spectacular swim through starting around 30 meters deep, with several exits at 18 meters, stunning!
Tuble, Tongo Point, White Beach, Ronda Bay Marine Park and others
Moalboal dive spots along the coastline of the peninsula. These impressive dive sites are home to an extraordinary array of coral, ferns, anemones, sponges and a swarming host of brightly colored fish. Groupers, turtles and sea snakes are among the common encountered residents. All dives are superb wall dives, with some small caverns and swim throughs, an interesting underwater topography as well as the most colorful reef creatures imaginable. And all dive spots can be reached with a short banca-ride of only 10-20 minutes.