Sumilon Island is the name of an island province of Cebu in the Philippines. It is located about 2.5 km off the southeastern coast of the island of Cebu, in the waters of Cebu Strait. The island has an area of approximately 24 hectares and is the municipality of Oslob managed size. The island is privately owned by the Sumilon Bluewater Resorts. The island is also home to the Sumilon Island Marine ...
Sumilon Island and Marine Fish Sanctuary News
The island resort is in the municipality of Oslob in Cebu, but to get there, we took an hourlong flight from Manila to Dumaguete, plus a 30-minute boat ride from the port to the resort. It?s the more favored route over flying from Manila to Cebu, and traveling three hours by land.
Bluewater Sumilon is the only development in the vast 24-hectare Sumilon Island that gives guests tropical exclusivity. There are several types of accommodations: two-bedroom villa, one-bedroom pool villa, premier deluxe and deluxe rooms.
The two-bedroom villa is a luxury beach house, with two rooms connected b ...
4D3N Cebu Trip
- Taoist Temple
- Temple of Leah
- Sto. Nino Church
- Magellan's Cross
- Fort San Pedro
- Sirao Flower Farm
- La Vie Parisienne
- Oslob Whaleshark Encounter
- Sumilon Island / Sandbar
- Aguinid Falls
- Island hopping, Pescador Island, Tutrles Watching, Sardines Run (Moalboal)
- Canyoneering / Kawasan Falls
Linked to the rest of the archipelago and across the world through a modern international airport, Cebu makes for the perfect gateway to Philippines. One can find a great mix of metropolitan areas steeped in history, quick nature escapes (as beaches and mountains are never too far away) and, of course, lip-smacking food. Before you scoot off elsewhere, this booming paradise most definitely has lots to offer. While things come and go in this progressive province, I?ve listed down the classic must-dos when you come to visit.
Francis wrote, "The Island province known as the "Queen City of the South" surrounded by its white beaches and crystal waters. Host to the majestic "Butanding" making it a top diving spot. Its rich cultural heritage and history transcends back to the Spanish Golden Age that culminates in its annual "Sinulog Festival" a testament of the Cebuanos warmth and hospitality.
Sumilon Island Sandbar, early morning.
We're not running, we're living. A constant reminder of us being free from everything.Just a sum of our adventure back in Philippines.
I'm not pro or anything, but I hope you guys enjoy.-
-Oslob whale Shark