Sunday, May 24, 2015


Moalboal is a fourth income class municipality in the province of Cebu ProvincePhilippines
Extending as a peninsula on the southwestern tip of Cebu, Moalboal is bordered to the west by the Tañon Strait. From the western shoreline, Negros Island can be seen. Moalboal is located 89 kilometres (55 mi) from Cebu City, about 2½ hours by bus.
Moalboal is between the towns of Alcantara and Badian. From the tulay, an unfinished bridge located in Moalboal's town proper, Badian Island can be clearly seen, as well as the popular tourist attraction, Pescador Island.

 here at Moalboal a lot of resort / restaurant to choose from ( expensive to on budget )

I've been here many times because my feet keeps on dragging me over and over again. like me, for sure you will be fall inlove with this amazing place.  Moalboal is one of the perfect place here in Cebu for snorkeling and diving a lot of marine species you may encounter under water. surely you will enjoy


---don't forget to bring with you: your shades / sun block / snorkeling gear / comfortable get-up
---if you don't know how to swim please have some extra precaution of yourself.
---don't forget to smile and enjoy the beach.


----explore the white sand area of moalboal ( walking along the shore ). 
----get wet and enjoy the underwater view of moalboal different kind of marine species.
---relax with white sand / clear blue sky with green blue sea view.
---kiss the perfect sunset.
----swim until you drop.

 you may also try sea urchin ( local's are offering this to tourist with a minimal price range )

at public resort ( basdako ) you can set up your own tent for free overnight, but you will pay fees for the comfort room and water usage for shower. ( php20/pax for shower, Php5/pax for comfort room )

if you decided to stay in a public resort ( you may pay barangay entrance fee Php5/pax, resort fee Php10/pax )


---from down town of Cebu ride a jeep going to south bus terminal ( fare Php8 ) just tell the driver to drop you off at the terminal

---from the terminal ride a bus going to badian moalboal drop off at moalboal elementary school. ( fare Php125 non-aircon )

---from moalboal elementary school ride a habal-habal going to the beach you wanted ( BASDAKO OR BASGAMAY ) fare Php25 / pax



By Air:
The fastest way to reach Cebu is by plane. Cebu is an international destination with flights from Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Japan, Taiwan and South Korea. Arrival is at at the Mactan International Airport almost daily. From Manila, Cebu is just an hour away by plane. It is an ideal jump-off point for other tourist attractions in Visayas and Mindanao.
Mactan-Cebu  International Airport is serviced by the Cathay PacificSilk AirKorean Air Asiana Airlines and Qatar Airways.

Local airlines also serve this airport:
Philippine Airlines
Cebu Pacific
Phil Express
Mid-Sea Express

By Sea:
Cebu City's vast, multi-piered port throngs harbor boats travelling around the Philippines. There are daily ferries to and from Cebu, Manila, Bohol, Negros, Leyte, Butuan, Davao, Cagayan de Oro, Ozamis and Iligan among others. Ferry schedules change often so reconfirm departure times you get from guidebooks. There are ferries from other places as well, check locally for details. 

The sea route is serviced by
  WG&A Superferry Negros Navigation and Sulpicio Lines

Getting Around

Getting around Cebu can be quite tricky, but as long as you remember a few bits of information you can move around easily and safely.

The major mode of transport in Cebu City and other places in Cebu is the tricycle, a small cab powered by a motorcycle that can accommodate up to 3 passengers. Tricycles are usually limited only to the city or town where they are licensed to operate, but in some cases they can convey you to neighboring towns. The normal rate for tricycles in Cebu City is 7 pesos per kilometer.

Aside from tricycles, there are also jeepneys and multicabs plying their routes within the city and outside. Jeepneys are colorful jeeps with two long benches opposite each other. Sometimes, wooden benches are placed in the middle to accommodate more passengers, but this makes it difficult for passengers to disembark. Multicabs are plain-looking vehicles that resemble a small van, but it has open windows just like the jeepneys.

Another mode of transport in Cebu is the taxi cab. These are usually cars for hire with a driver, used by a single passenger or small group of passengers, often for a non-shared ride. Taxi cabs vary from models and uses. Most taxicabs have yellow colored license plates, taxi signs, LTFRB Registration number, and taximeter, which is mandatory in every cab.

Buses are also available but these tend to ply exclusively along the north-south route. There are two major bus terminals as the name implies for direction of travel - North Bus terminal at M. Logarta Avenue, Mandaue City and South Bus terminal at N. Bacalso Avenue, Pahina Central, Cebu City.


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