The place is beautiful for an epic adventure like swimming snorkeling camping diving and most of all touring the Island on land with a Bicycling and to help reduce a carbon foot prints.👌During weekends they have a local band rocking up at the top of boardwalk shed. The place is super relaxing. The crew's are accomodating and friendly staffs as well. Very responsive messages from the host in San Vicente Marine Sanctuary. If you guys like me not fond in a crowds so preferrably weekdays is a must to visit since only few tourists came out there. Lastly dont forget to stop over in RJC Cafe shop a few meters away from San Vicente Sanctuary. Actually Olango Island has a lot to offer from wildlife to natures so try to be a wanderer to the Island and you will discover more. 😀👌 Have a safe travel to everyone and enjoy.👌
Olango Island is a diverse coastal ecosystem consisting of extensive coralline sandflats, mangroves, seagrass beds, and offshore coral reefs. The island's mangroves are most extensive in the Cebu province, and its offshore corals are home to scores of various marine species. The island is virtually flat, and it is surrounded by warm seas and partly sheltered from monsoons and strong trade winds.
Beautiful place. Lots of activities to enjoy. You can go biking around the island, camping, bird watching or visit their marine sanctuary. It is best to visit the island during weekdays.
Not a lot of people are probably aware of this but Olango Island does not actually just refer to a single island but to 7 small islands namely Olango, Sulpa, Guilotongan, Nalusuan, Caohagan, Camungi, and Pangan-an.
The entire island group is just 1,030 hectares big and is located about five kilometers from the island of Mactan. This place is a major tourist destination not just among local Cebuanos but also among foreign visitors visiting Cebu.