Dolphins! They swam beside our boat as we neared Pescador Island off Moalboal for a day out snorkeling and enjoying the much better preserved underwater marine life in the southern town known for its long strip of white sand beach.
Being an AirBNB host is a great way to earn money, make friends, and get to meet people from different countries. Cristina Hoffman, who has…
The freshest crabs, lobsters, and fish sourced mainly from local fishers served along the coastline as the sun dips below the horizon and lights up the sky make up the luscious seafood dining experience that is the Coral Seaside Restaurant of Jpark Island Resort and Waterpark in Lapu-Lapu City.
The sea floor sloped down as we made our way from the shallows to the murky depths, ready to take on our first and possibly…
If you can imagine swimming pools, waterhouse with slides, climbing nets, and giant tipping bucket, jacuzzi, and a swim-up bar built way above ground, then you have an idea what Cebu’s next big attraction SkyWaterpark Cebu will be like.
When you let go, the force of the drop will take you on a spiral spin along the sides of a concave structure before plunging you into the water through a bottom hole in an exhilarating space bowl experience at Jpark Island Resort and Waterpark. The space bowl slide, a 48-meter fall into a six feet deep pool, is among the top draws and possibly the scariest activity at the Cebu resort’s famous Waterpark, possibly rivaled only by the giant green slide.
With its clear blue sea and fine sandy beach, luxurious suites and villas, and wide selection of food and drinks, the Be Grand Resort Bohol in Panglao Island has all the ingredients for an enjoyable getaway in the island of Bohol.
Though Jpark Island Resort is known for its grand five-star waterpark, the Cebu resort has a strip of beach and sea that is just as enjoyable. The family resort in Barangay Maribago, Lapu-Lapu City has a coastline of fine golden sand framed by jagged rocks and bordered by a sea that several varieties of fish have made their home.
Crabs simmered humba style, skewered squid cubes turned golden brown on a clay grill, and native chicken cooked in fermented coconut juice as five towns in midwestern Cebu prepared their entries for the Eats Meets West culinary competition held in Tabuelan.
Going up Aguinid Falls was a climb of many thrills: wading in the flow or swimming where the water pools, stepping from rock to rock, climbing alongside that falling sheet of liquid or meeting it head-on, pausing to take a shower.
Water from a fast-flowing mountain spring runs through the Durano Eco Farm and replenishes seven multi-level pools to give visitors the best dip of their lives. The pools come in various sizes and depth: shallow for kids, deep for teens and adults, and one that’s a 12 feet plunge for those who want to dive.
Two specks atop a steel tower hurtle downward, their screams reverberating around the mountain camp that is the Danasan Eco Adventure Park in Danao City. As they near ground, the two friends’ shrieks turn to whoops of triumph and relief at having survived the 130-foot swing. It’s not as if they weren’t warned, though. The name Skydrop alone suggests it would be one, long fall.
A small town located on the western seaboard of Cebu, Aloguinsan is gaining renown for its nature tours that advocate sustainable and responsible tourism. One of the notable activities for town visitors is a downstream ride on a small baroto (wooden boat) along the Bojo River as fishermen guide point out mangrove and other flora as well as bird species.
Summer’s not over at Cebu’s only five-star waterpark resort, Jpark Island Resort and Waterpark (JPI).