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CEBU ITINERARY + Travel Guide + BUDGET – 3D2N

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cebu itinerary

Cebu Itinerary mag- ready na kayo! May promo flights.

It all started with that. Me and my friends took the promo advantage and booked our flight going to the Queen City of the South – Cebu. It was 9 months in the making. Enough time to prepare and save money. After we booked for our tickets, we immediately planned our trip – the Cebu itinerary, accommodation, transportation and of course the budget.

Well, my friends planned it. I am the “Ok na? Sige game ako” – in our barkada. haha

There are lot of suggestions but since we only have limited time, we came up with thelist of places to visit below. Let’s start.

3 Days 2 Nights CEBU ITINERARY

Tourist Spots in Cebu are far from each other. Going to each places with public transportation is also an option but it will consume much of your time. My suggestion for your Cebu itinerary is to rent a van (contact details below) then decide for your own itinerary.

You can also book activities from Klook so they can arrange it for you. Klook.com

Day 1 – Oslob – Sumilon Island – Tumalog Falls – Pescador Island – Moalboal – Badian Cebu
? OSLOB WHALE WATCHING

First on our list is Whale watching in Oslob Cebu. It is located in Brgy. Tan-awan, Oslob. This is actually what I’m looking forward in our Cebu trip. I really wanted to experience whale watching and I’m glad I was able to crossed it out from my bucket list.

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I hope all the tourist will follow the rules and guidelines to prevent harming the whale sharks. Be careful not to touch them. It is also not allowed to use sunblock because these chemicals can harm them.

? SUMILON ISLAND

It is a short boat ride from Oslob. I love the blue-water and it’s sandbar.

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? TUMALOG FALLS

It’s a natural attraction, usually a side-trip of Oslob whale watching. It has fantastic gossamer or horsetail-like waterfalls.

Pescador Island cebu itinerary
? PESCADOR ISLAND

After Tumalog Falls, we traveled for more than an hour going to Tañon Strait, a few kilometers from the western coast of the island of Cebu. This is also where we stayed for a night. After we settled our things in our hotel, we rented a boat for our island hopping – Pescador Island and Moalboal Sardines run.

It’s snorkeling time with the beautiful corals and small fishes.

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Pescador Island

We saw dolphins swimming from a far during our boat ride. Too bad I wasn’t able to take a photo.

? MOALBOAL SARDINES RUN

It’s a paradise for divers as they say. Truly enough, my friends and I enjoyed swimming with a lot of sardines underneath. For us who can’t dive, snorkeling is enough. We can still see millions of sardines from the depth we can only reach.

I guess swimming is not enough and we must start taking diving lessons.

Moalboal Sardines Run
Moalboal Sardines run
Day 2 – Alegria Badian Canyoneering – Kawasan Falls – Osmenia Peak

Our Cebu Itinerary will not be complete without the famous Alegria Badian Canyoneering.

? FULL COURSE CANYONEERING

There is an option to go for the normal canyoneering. Our squad decided to chose a bit of an adventure and go to the Alegria to Badian route. You can actually skip some parts and go to the shortcuts if your not comfortable with the route. It involves trekking, crossing rock formations, walking over creeks and streams, traversing canyons, and jumping off high waterfalls. Tour guides are all accommodating and they made the activities more fun.

Alegria Badian Canyoneering

Check out our Canyooneering adventure and subscribe to my friend’s Youtube channel – Mr. Lagalag.

? KAWASAN FALLS

We spent our time swimming here. To be honest it wasn’t the one that I am expecting. Maybe because it’s a bit crowded when we got there. You have to pay for Php 100 for you to ride the floating kawayan and they will take you to the middle of the falls.

Cebu Itinerary
? SIMALA CHURCH

This is one of the most popular churches in Cebu. Short skits and shorts are not allowed. Good thing there’s a long skirt rental outside the gate for only Php 20.00.

Simala Church Cebu

This is me and my sister with the skirt that we rented. They won’t allow us inside since I am wearing above the knee skirt and my sister is wearing shorts.

how to go to Simala church cebu
Day 3 – Exploring Cebu City and Departure from Cebu

Our last day for our Cebu Itinerary was spent on sightseeing in their main city. We went to some famous places in Cebu.

? TAOIST TEMPLE
Taoist Temple
MAGELLAN’S CROSS CEBU and Basílica Minore del Santo Niño de Cebú
Magellan's Cross
? TEMPLE OF LEA
Temple of Lea
? FORT SAN PEDRO
Fort San Pedro

For our dinner we went to LA VIE PARISIENNE.

LA VIE PARISIENNE
Cebu Accommodation:
Cebu Itinerary Budget Breakdown

VAN Rental Contact Details:
Arwin Regner – 09185224862/09955154797
Cebu Adventure and Tour Services

ActivityCost
Private Van Rental PHP 1,000
Cebu Kawasan Waterfalls & Osmeña Peak Day Tour KLOOKPHP 1,500
Roundtrip flightsPHP 1,500 (approx.)
Accommodation (PHP 700 x 2 nights)PHP 1,200 (approx.)
Food (PHP 500 x 3 days)PHP 1,500 (approx.)
GRAND TOTALPHP 6,700
“Life was meant for good friends and great adventures.”

The places we visited are on the southern part. Our next trip to Cebu is for the places on it’s northern part. Hello Bantayan! Your next.

You might be interested with BACOLOD-ILOILO-GUIMARAS: 4D3N Itinerary + Expenses

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