Tag: ItsMorefuninCebu

The Amazing Cave: A Unique Swimming Experience in the Crystal Clear Waters Of A Cavern

The Amazing Island Cave and Beach Resort is located in Lucbon, Consuelo San Francisco Camotes, Cebu, Philippines. It is a private resort owned by the friendly, poor, simple and christian loving family.

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Canyoneering in Kawasan, Cebu For The Second Time Around

Canyoneering in Badian is one of the most thrill and extremely fun adventure in Cebu. It is now one of Cebu’s biggest tourist draws. And for the second time around, my adventurous spirit took another challenge of trekking, jumping and swimming. It was 2 years ago when I tried these exciting adventure in Cebu. There were

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SunsetEventsPH Opening Party: “Party From Dawn Till Dusk”

It’s few more days to go and one of the biggest party in Cebu will be happening:The Sunset Events Opening Party. This event is a  way to introduce to the people about the Sunset Events and  La Terrasse de Montenva Hills resort situated in one of Cebu’s best kept paradise “Malapascua Island” . Come and

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Planning To Jaunt Within Southern Part of Cebu?

If you are planning to travel around South of Cebu and having trouble looking for a Bus Schedules. This article might help you. SUMMARY OF BUSES SERVING THE TERMINAL (2016) Updated as of November, 2016 Schedule may change without prior notice. For more inquiries contact CSBT ( 253-3830/ 2534119 ) You can also visit http://www.cebu.gov.ph/ for

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“When In Moalboal”-White Beach Basdaku

In Moalboal, Cebu Province, there is a popular one-kilometer long stretch of white sand beach. Along the coastline of this beach you’ll find various sorts of establishments and facilities that cater to guests’ needs who come to enjoy the beach and the sea. Basdaku Beach Resort is its popular name. The name “basdaku” (or “basdakoo)

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The Philippines Grandest Festival-“Cebu Sinulog Festival 2017”

Sinulog is a dance ritual in honor of the miraculous image of the Santo Nino. The dance moves to the sound of the drums and this resembles the current (Sinulog) of what was then known as Cebu’s Pahina River. Thus, in Cebuano, they say it’s Sinulog.