Moalboal is Kawasan Falls Pescador island Turtle watching Sardines watching

Wildly popular with travellers, Moalboal is a small but lively coastal resort around 90km southwest of Cebu City. There's a lot to love about the place, its craggy coastline lined with shoreside bars and restaurants where you can sip a sundowner and gaze over the azure waters of the Tañon Strait to the distant hills of Negros. Directly offshore is a stupendous coral wall, so you can amble out of your hotel room, don snorkelling gear and encounter outstanding marine life (including Moalboal's world-renowned Sardine Run.

What to Expect

  • Moalboal is one of the best spots for the unforgettable activities 
  • Pick up and drop off to your accomodation in Moalboal 
  • Feel the coolness of the surrounding lush greenery of this panoramic waterfalls. Accommodation from cheap to moderate rates are available in the area.
  • Jump into adventure and release your inner adrenaline junkie. Take a leap from small waterfalls, navigate river rapids, and free float through river canyons. Canyoneering in Southern Cebu beckons the adventurer by heart as its thrilling leaps and river rush will excite and intimidate you at the same time.
  • Be part of the crowd and be part of the spectacle that is Pescador Island’s Sardine Run. This popular diving site is just one of the many famous diving sites in the island province.


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 Pescador island and Canyoneering in Badian  with Lunch (+ 2500PHP/Pax)
check our activities:
Pick up 6h00 from hotel
itinerary :
Pescador Island
Drop off  hotel
  • Swim with turtles
  • Swim with Sardines
  • Canyoneering : Hiking, jumping, adventure inside the amazing waterfalls for unforgettable experience 
Entrance fees, Water, Life Vests, Lunch , pick up , drop off, snorkeling gears, Sport shoes
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:

By Air
The Dumaguete City airport is the only major airport in Negros Oriental serving daily domestic flights to and from Manila with the two airline companies (Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific). Its facilities are for all weather conditions. The province has two private airports, one located in Tolong, Sta. Catalina and the other in Pamplona Estate in Pamplona. Another private airport is soon to be constructed in Bayawan City.

By Sea
The Philippine Ports Authority’s Port Management (PMO-Dumaguete) has assumed jurisdiction over all government and private ports in the province since 2002. The government ports handle both passenger and cargo traffic while the private ports are generally utilized for shipment of cargoes. The Dumaguete Seaport is a major link to Mindanao traffic and is part of the “Strong Republic Nautical Highway” route.

The Guihulngan Port caters mainly to small vessels ferrying passengers between Guihulngan and Tangil, Damanjug, Cebu. Port facilities include an L-type 6 meter wide by 55 meter long reinforced finger pier and a bothering area of 99 meters with six cleats mooring factures. Two shipping lines also operate in this port, the Rodriguez Shipping and Pages Shipping.

By Land
Various modes of transport abound in Negros Oriental. The motorcab, locally known as pedicab is the primary means of transportation within the city. There are few taxis in the city which are usually paid on per trip basis. Buses and vehicles-for-hire are also available to reach neighboring towns outside Dumaguete.

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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