I expected to go snorkeling in the marine reserve, but the itinerary was very twists and turns. After lunch, I set off near Ayala mall, took a jeepney to Mandaue, then changed to a jeepney to Mactan Newtown, and walked more than one kilometer (three wheels and locomotives are available Sit) I arrived at Angasil port. When the ship arrived, it was already past four o'clock. It took more than 30 minutes to set off with people and goods. The waves on the sea were big, the children cried, the adults laughed, and it took about 30 minutes to arrive. Olango, it’s getting dark, so I can only take a short stroll and return immediately (the last boat is at 6:30), and the marine reserve has not been completed. Considering the traffic factors in Cebu, it is recommended that those who intend to go there should leave early.
This is a very good place to appreciate the wild ecology. There are a lot of bird resources and plants to enjoy here. The surrounding scenery is also pretty. Some of the facilities on the island look good. It is a place Great place for vacation.
A small island worth visiting. . . Just a day trip. Take a boat from Cebu hlton wharf and take a tuk-tuk 120P from the wharf to the wild bird sanctuary. Tickets are 100P for adults and children under 3 years old for free, and 50P for children over 3 years old. The beauty is in sight.
There are so many seabirds everywhere, forming a unique landscape that is very beautiful, and you can take photos at close range!
It’s not complicated to get from Cebu to Olango. You can take a direct taxi to the Hilton Pier on Lapulapu Island, not far from the airport. Those who want to save money can also take the 23 Jeepney. There is basically one road on the island. Turn right after leaving the pier. At the end of the long road is the Olango Island Wildlife Sanctuary. It is recommended that friends go by TUTU. Motorcycles are also available, 100P to 30P, bargain by yourself.