The Philippines is a large archipelago in South East Asia, consisting of thousands of stunning islands within the coral triangle. This is one of the things to know before visiting the Republic of the Philippines, as it can be a surprise just how big the Country is.
The waters are just as blue as you see on Instagram, and the palm tree lined white beaches are a draw for many visitors from around the world.
Voted the world’s leading dive destination in December 2019 by World Travel Awards beating the Maldives to this coveted #1 spot, there is no better time to visit Cebu and the Philippines.
Cebu is a tourist hot spot due to its year-round sunshine, abundance of waterfalls, stunning snorkelling, the chance to dive with 8 million sardines, and relaxed pace of life.
Moalboal Eco Lodge want to help you prepare for your trip, so we share things you should know before visiting the Philippines. If you follow this advice, you will manage your expectations and have the most amazing time!
Some people believe that food in the Philippines doesn’t have any identity, and that there are no “local Filipino dishes”. They are wrong, or at the very least they are mistaken, because Filipino Food has been dubbed “the next big thing in the Culinary world”.
Colonised by Spain for 333 years, Filipino food draws influences from Spain as well as Asia, and locals know how to put their own spin on a dish.
Pork lovers are in for a treat, as this meat is found in a variety of dishes, and people with a sweet tooth will also not be disappointed.
Without any further ado, Moalboal Eco Lodge share our list of the must-try Filipino Food in Cebu, Philippines.
Moalboal, Cebu is a growing tourist destination, and you would be mistaken for thinking it’s an off the beaten track place to visit with not much to do. Famous for the sardine run, Moalboal attracts snorkelers and scuba divers from all over the world who want see this natural phenomenon which can be reached from the beach. Moalboal’s other main attraction is Canyoneering at nearby Kawasan Falls.
If seeing a giant sardine ball isn’t to your liking, there are many awesome day trips from Moalboal. Go chasing waterfalls, mountain trekking or lay on a white sand beach.
Moalboal Eco Lodge share with you 28 things to do in Moalboal.