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Its the only real "beach" in the area, so know this before going:
1 - The water is very nice, and for the most part very clear. Its a fun place to swim or snorkel. MAKE SURE you bring your own mask, snorkel and fins....More
Need a break from work? Or wanting to go on hiatus for a couple of days? Well if you're heading South from the heart of Cebu City, then don't ever miss Basdaku in Moalboal. Most tourists would definitely recommend this place to you. Perfect for...More
We were staying at the dolphin house Resort and we decided to visit the beach. On the morning we visited there was a lot of debris and rubbish washed up on the sand. Overall The beach wasn't clean. It has so much potential. We were...More
If you go in the weekends or when it are special holidays in the Philippines, I wouldn't go there. These are the times that you'll find many trash in the sea and on the beach. But there are times, mostly during week time, when it...More
We visited there a week ago. The entrance was very affordable. It is 15 pesos per head. The cottage was full packed during those Sunday morning. Summer is here and people want to beat the heat. There are a lot of people in every cottages...More
People actually charge for you to pitch a tent on a public beach!
Actually these are the touts who rent out tents. Do not go for the cottages, if you haven't pre-arranged reservations yet, as these could get pricey considering there are a lot of...More
My friends and I decided to check this place out right before dusk. We watched the sunset and took a few pictures. The setting was romantic and the sand was beautiful, warm, and white. They also have a few gazebos you can hang out in....More
it is a beach, with sand and a number of cheap eateries catering for locals. Paid parking in the shades. it is a pleasant 5 km bike ride from Moalboal but nothing special. In the absense of cafes or restaurants or fellow travellers I did...More