Cebu is the largest island in the Visayas region, and is particularly rich in Spanish colonial history.
Its inhabitants are made up of Malay, Chinese, Filipino and an ever-growing number of westerners. It’s now considered to be the most dynamic island in the Philippines, attracting native and international tourists in droves.
The 2 destinations on Cebu Island that’ll capture the interest of adventurous travellers are Moalboal on the east coast and Oslob on the west coast. Located a few hours’ drive south of Metro Cebu, they offer a rustic type of vacation in pristine natural surroundings.
You can swim with whale sharks here!
How to get there
Cebu-Mactan International Airport serves direct flights from all major cities in the Philippines as well as international flights from Asia and North America.
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