Cebu is Sirao Garden Temple of Leah Taosit Temple Sugbo Museum Sto. Nino Fort San Pedro Magellan's Cross Fort San Pedro

In love with marine life? Cebu has one of the most abundant aquatic animals beyond their shores. Free dive and take a look at the sardine run in Moalboal to see a school of fish up close and personal. If you want to go for something more daring, you can go and see the thresher sharks in Malapascua. Keep adding to your extreme bucket list by capping the day off with a cliff diving adventure in Camotes Island or go on a canyoneering adventure in Alegria and jump off the Kawasan Falls in Badian. You don’t have to pull all the stops for your Cebu trip, though, you can also enjoy a chill vacation in the city. Go on a city tour to learn about Cebu's rich history. You can visit the Mactan Shrine where the statue of Lapu-Lapu, the first Filipino hero, is found. You can go on a food trip and judge for yourself which restaurant has the best Cebu lechon. Lastly, you can go birdwatching in Olango Island and catch the gorgeous sunset before you leave. All this and more when you take that much-awaited trip to Cebu!

What to Expect

  • Pick up and drop off to your accomodation in Cebu
  • Dubbed as the Queen City of the South, it is the oldest city in the country. It’s the next most urbanized city after the capital, Manila
  • Explore the beautiful city of Cebu and the history of Lapu Lapu 
  • Visit Fort San Pedro The smallest, oldest tribastion fort in the country. This served as the nucleus of the first Spanish settlement in the Philippines.
  • Learn about the Heritage of Cebu Monument: showcases the significant and symbolic events in the history of Cebu from the time of Rajah Humabon to the recent beautification of Cebuano martyr Pedro Calungsod


Day 1: Pick up from Airport

Transfer to your hotel by car or van 
Check in your hotel
Free time at your own leisure.
Day 2:Free time
Breakfast at hotel
Avail Complimentary Activities Cebu city tour (+ 850 PHP/Pax)
check our activities:
Pick up 6h00 from hotel
itinerary :
Entrance fees, pick up , drop off
Day 3: End of trip
Breakfast at hotel
Hotel check-out
Transfer to Airport
End of trip

Terms & Conditions:

  • Room rate is based on cheapest room category hotel check-in is 2:00pm and check-out is 12:00pm
  • You can upgrade to Air conditioned rooms for additional cost
  • Please contact us at least 48 hours before booking

How to get there:

How to get to Cebu By Air

Cebu has the Philippines’ second busiest airport, catering to more than 1000 domestic and 500 international flights weekly. It is connected to more than 30 local and 25 international destinations such as Seoul, Busan, Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Shanghai, Beijing, Xiamen, Chongquing, Taipei, Macau, Hong Kong, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Dubai to name a few. Its location in Central Philippines is ideal as it provides connectivity between Luzon and Mindanao, and serves as an alternative gateway to the Philippines.

How to get to Cebu By Sea

Cebu is home to 80% of the shipping companies in the Philippines. It serves as a connectivity hub for ships sailing to Luzon and Mindanao. Moreover, Cebu serves as the central nervous system for the maritime activity in the Visayas. It connects to several islands in the region including some ports in Mindanao and Luzon. Its international port caters to cargo ships and cruise liners that also serves as an alternative gateway to the region.

How to get to Cebu By Land

Taking the bus is the best option when travelling from one end of Cebu to another. This can be done by taking a ride from the north or south terminal.Jeepneys provide the mode of transportation when going for a city trip. This gives tourists the chance to meet local people. Likewise, there is the tartanilla, which are horse-drawn carts, that give tourists the chance to experience the lives of early Cebuanos.
Because of their availability around the city, taxis have been the most preferred mode of traveling in and around Cebu. Aside from accessibility, taxis are also cheap and efficient. The majority of the drivers know their way around the city. One can easily flag down another taxi in case the first driver is not familiar with the city.

Most of the taxis in the island are metered. The fare starts at 40 pesos and an additional 13.50 would be charged for every 2 kilometers. One must be cautious of drivers who refuse to use their meters or collect fare that exceeds the amount indicated on the meter.Whenever you encounter taxi drivers who refuse to use the meter or deliberately go to the wrong direction, the best thing to do is to embark from the taxi and flag down another cab. Dont forget to take the taxi driver’s name or the taxi’s plate number and report it to the Land Transport Office (LTO).

Whenever possible, do not take private taxis. These drivers usually have the tendency of taking advantage of tourists by charging them five to ten times more than the regular rate. Taking private taxis is advisable only when you are going on a long trip and you would want to negotiate for a fixed cost.
As you can see, whatever mode of transportation you choose, there is an assurance that you will be reaching your destination.


3Days 2Nights Rates:
4 PAX: 2,499 Php/Pax only
3 PAX: 2,799/Pax only
2 PAX: 3,699/Pax only

Inclusive of

  • Hotel Accommodation
  • Daily Hotel Breakfast for Two
  • Round trip airport transfer 
  • All Hotel Taxes and Service Charges

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