_We***19best experience in the Philippines! this is something you can not and should not miss. book at a good hotel so that you can be on the first boat in the morning to swim with the whale sharks. we really enjoyed this activity. there were 4 whale sharks that morning and they swam very close to us. an unforgettable experience. take a bus from Cebu city or moalboal and go to oslob and to this activity the next morning!
EnjoyTripThe beach is so clear and clean, that you can also swim with small fishes. The island is just small that you can just walk around it. Though you really need to rent a boat going there from bantayan island but it will just take 15 to 20 mins ride. You have to be in your swimwear when you get off the boat since there is no docking area, so you have to be ready for your legs to get wet. You cannot bring food in the island because there is a corkage so you have to eat first in the boat.
E25***72we went to Balicasag from Panglao. first we did dolphin watching which I wouldn’t recommend. The boats circle the dolphins and charge after them to get a better view. Balicasag itself has a wonderful diversity of fush and sea turtles. we saw sea turtles feeding and it was great! Took a video with my phone but the quality isn’t great!
事事随缘Dumaguete, also known as Dumaguete, is located in the southeast of Negros, the fifth largest island in the Philippines, and is the capital of the province of Negros Oriental. The whole city is not big, but it has a strong book atmosphere and freshness. Most of the Dumaguete City center is home to local colleges and universities. In addition to the oldest American university in Asia, there are also many colleges and universities such as Negro East State University. The city is also named "University Town". In addition, Dumaguete is very close to APO Island, Sumilon Island, and O Island, which can "dance" with whale sharks, and can be reached by boat. There is an airport in the local area, so Dumaguete has become a lot The hub of island hopping tours for tourists.
_We***48Alona beach was a fun beach to explore. There were many restaurants that lined the beach so that you could eat while looking over at the ocean. the water was also shallow and safe enough to swim in. Definitely a fun beach.