Something else besides Moalboal?
This trips you can do by your self with motorbikes, trycicle, or bus, depend where you go and what you like. (no organized tours!)

Moalboal Sardine run  --> see on map

One of Moalboal's main underwater attractions is the huge swarm of sardines, which has been living on the house reef for 5 years.
No entrnace fee for snorkeling, jump in and enjoy!

We also rent fins and mask






Mushroom Rock Moalboal  --> see on map

Mushroom Rocks is a hidden gem located in the northern part of Basdaku/White Beach.
Though it's not a popular tourist destination, this secluded spot is a great place to take some memorable photos. Its serene and natural surroundings make it a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
The rocks at Mushroom Rocks were formed over time due to the constant erosion caused by the waves.

Its peaceful atmosphere and lack of crowds provide a tranquil experience that's hard to find elsewhere. So make sure to add this hidden gem to your travel plans and discover the natural beauty of Mushroom Rocks.

We also rent fins and mask




Fun with --> see on map

In the middle of a unique nature, situated in barangay Tuble, you will find the first 3D archery ranch in the Philippines, which promises lots of fun and a unique experience!




White Beach --> see on map

White Beach is one of the favourite beaches on the weekends for many locals just as for tourists.

You will arrive there in about 20 minutes by motorbike or you can take one of the numerous tricycles (Philippins motorcycle-taxi) to get there.

You will be rewarded with a milelong beautiful snow-white sand beach and clear water for ideal snorkeling adventures.

Many booths provide some shade and also cold drinks, snacks, exotic fruits and on busy days also suckling pig is served.


P.S.: Don't forget your sun glasses and suntan lotion !




Lambug Beach --> see on map

13 km away from us is the Lambug Beach.

A white sandy beach, with shallow blue water.

Almost a secret tip, since this beach is nice and clean and not so hot and overcrowded as the withe Beach.





Whale shark diving / snorkeling in Oslob --> see on map

A little bit farther away, but absolutely worth bearing the trip are the whale sharks in Oslob.

Oslob is located at the south tip of Cebu, about one hour ride by car from Moalboal.

There are a variety of possibilities how to get there. We often also drive our guests ourselves.

In Oslob are sometimes upto 15 whale sharks at once.

No matter if you go diving or snorkeling, it will be an unforgetable journey.

I took the following pictures and videos myself.




Tilapia fishing in Barilli and Mantayupan falls --> see on map

Barili is about 18 miles away from Moalboal. You can reach Barili for example by bus within half an hour.

For some Pesos you can rent a fishing-rod and try your luck at the small fish farm where Tilapias (fresh water perches) are bred.

If you don't succeed yourself you can also buy a fish there. If you wish they will disembowel them for you.

You can broil the fish at our big BBQ place when you return.

The required coal for each kind of barbecue is always available free of charge at our place.





Osmena Peak --> see on map

Osmeña Peak is the highest point in the island of Cebu, a province in the Philippines.

Standing 1,013 meters above sea level, this stunning site offers a dramatic view of jagged cliffs with a view of the sea in the distance. Locals often liken the view to Bohol’s Chocolate Hills.

But instead of rolling curved mounds, the hills here have sharp protruding peaks. Set amidst the limestone cliffs, the hills resemble a field of gigantic green Hershey’s Kisses.

It’s unlike anything I’ve seen during previous hikes.





The Kawasan waterfalls --> see on map

open 5:00 am - 2:00 pm

The Kawasan waterfalls are about half an hour away from Moalboal.

The waterfalls with its three basins in three different hights are hidden in the middle of the jungle surrounded by a beautiful botany which gives many butterflies a home.

It's an ideal day trip. You can swim in the nice fresh water and nearby restaurants serve cold beer and other drinks as well as some snacks.

Most people bring their own picnic. They will stop by the fish or meat markets on the way, buy some meat or fish and give it to the locals close to the waterfalls who will broil it for you.

Have fun on the big bamboo floats who will bring you under the falling waters where you can enjoy nice massages.

Have a look at the pictures collected in our little photo gallery:




Hot Springs in Malabuyok --> see on map

Is about by car or motorcycle, in 40 minutes you arrive in Malabuyoc.

There are hot springs, waterfalls and caves.

Various pools built of stones, with 20 to 40 degrees C water temperature.