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Top Travel Destinations in Cebu, Philippines According to Bloggers





Among the various islands in the Philippines, Cebu is one place that you should consider visiting in your lifetime. For someone who have lived in this province for my whole life, I can assure you that there is more to explore. 

I have not personally been to all the top travel destinations in Cebu. My goal is to explore the wonders of Cebu. I plan to wander around this island sometime in the near future. If that happens, I might consider writing a travel blog, too.

For now, I have here a list of travel destinations that you should visit in Cebu, Philippines according to bloggers. While reading these blog posts, I cannot help but create a blog about it and share it to you.


1. Temple of Leah by Emjae Fotos


The construction is still ongoing as of this writing, but it’s already open to the public. It’s dubbed as the ‘Taj Mahal of Cebu’ since this majestic wonder is also a gift of a husband to his loving wife. Teodorico Adarna devoted this temple to the late Leah Villa Albino-Adarna as a sign of his undying love.


2. Sumilon Island by Adrenaline Romance


Located in Southern Oslob, this privately-owned island is a place you may want to go if you needed to be away from the city life. The only transportation you need to roam around the island is your feet. It’s a small island packed with adventures you will definitely enjoy!


3. Moalboal by Lakwatsero


If you plan to visit Moalboal, make sure to explore the different adventures you can do. Go diving, snorkeling, spelunking, and even island hopping! 


4. Road Trip to Daan Bantayan by Two-Way Travels


One of the cool adventures that you can do is visit Daan Bantayan. It’s a home of wonderful beaches and endless adventures! I have found an interesting article about going on a road trip to Daan Bantayan. Isn’t that great?


5. Malapascua by Pinay Solo Backpacker


One of the most famous beaches in Cebu, Malapascua is a must-visit tourist attraction that you should consider in your list. Check out these interesting adventures you can do and what to prepare in going there.


6. Osmena Peak by Blissful Snapshots


I have been to OsmeƱa Peak in Dalaguete earlier this year, but we were unlucky not to take great photos while on top. From 7 AM to 9 AM, it’s usually foggy up at the peak so consider going there on an afternoon and spend the night at the base camp. Or hope for luck!


7. Go Canyoneering at Badian by Fueled by Caffeine


Kawasan Falls in Badian has another adventure that you should consider while in Cebu. Canyoneering is a must-try for people who are adrenaline junkie! It’s fun, exciting and fulfilling!


8. Roam Around Cebu City by Roch Kirstin

If you have a limited time in Cebu, why not go around the city, instead? Cebu City has interesting historical spots that you should visit. Consider going to Magellan’s Cross, Taoist Temple and other historical attractions! 


Are you a blogger? Do you have a blog post exploring cool places in Cebu? Let me know and I might consider adding it to this list.


(Note: This is my entry for Day 17 of 30 Day Blogging Challenge organized by Cebu Blogging Community from October 1-30, 2015. #iBlogforCBC #CBCLevelUp #CBC30DayChallenge)

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  1. Thanks for including my post Romeo! :) This is a pretty great list and I will have to check everything out!

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