Moalboal Shoal is just a three-hour drive west of Cebu, lying on the west coast of the island, with access to some exciting diving just minutes from the coast. There is not a huge amount going on along the coastline of Moalboal other than the odd fishermen peering down at the coral walls below or wading through the tidal flats in search of exciting inhabitants.
Moalboal originally b ...
ecame famous for the island of Pescador, just a 15 minute boat ride from the mainland and home to an extraordinary marine life phenomenon. A school of hundreds and thousands of sardines used to reside here but much to the confusion of the locals is now sitting about 100m off the shoreline of Moalboal. People visit Moalboal especially to see the sardines and it is easy to see why. Descending through the cloud of fish, getting lost in sardines, they dance backwards and forwards glittering in the water column. It is a spectacular site.
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My boyfriend and I first time seeing and experience Cebu and Bohol. Our time being there contains of some fun filled activities but these stood out the most. It was surreal and totally stress relieving. We are both born in Philippines, and moved in Canada at our very young age and became citizens. But nothing feels like home, and we are totally going back to discover more islands of our country land.
I found out that our local tourist guides don't get much and the tours gets half of the portion of what supposed to be their salary. Driving almost 12hours a day, pleasing guests and making sur ...
A footage of corals seen during a night dive at Moalboal, Cebu shows how famous the municipality is for recreational diving because of its surrounding waters colorful marine life.
A Reddit user named "Scuba_Diver5" shared a three-minute footage of the night diving activity and noted that underwater ultraviolet lights were used to illuminate the corals and the sea creatures.
Based on the timestamp of the footage, it was taken on December 2018.
One of Cebu's top diving spots
Moalboal is a peninsula where majority of the locals engage in fishing as their livelihood. It is also famous ...
"Did you see any?" our tour guide asks wryly from the back of the boat. It's a joke, of course, because we saw millions.
Among a sea of islands in the Philippines, Visayas has got to be the region with the best sites to discover and explore the underwater flora and fauna of our seas. If you're a big fan of "Nemo", you can relive its world and enjoy the experience through scuba diving or snorkeling if it doesn't fit your budget.
Some of these are Cebu's very own - Malapascua and Moalboal. With its unparalleled beauty that has been getting world-wide attention over the years, it is a no brainer that these locations made it to the list of Philippine's largest travel and lifestyle website www.philippinebeaches.or ...
Our first visit to Moalboal was a great surprise. Moalboal a small town with very beautiful, quiet beaches with clear and blue water with a lot of things to do in Moalboal for spending a week or a weekend if you don't have enough time.
The Philippines has more to offer than just its ever-bustling capital, Manila. Comprising of more than 7,000 islands, choosing a single destination to explore is no mean feat. Moreover, Muslim travellers might have added faith-based concerns attributed to the lack of prayer spaces, mosques, and proper Halal food (not lacklustre vegetarian options!).