I would like to share with you my travel notes on our trips to Sumilon Island in Oslob, Cebu.
Read this first specially for those travelers who are organizing their own itinerary. This guide includes tips, recommendations, cost information, and schedules that you would need to create your own awesome experience.
Related Blog Posts:
- Images of Sumilon
- Sumilon, Oslob: Do-It-Yourself Travel Guide (Read this First!)
- Sumilon, Oslob: Do-It-Yourself Travel Guide (Part 2)
- Butanding Watching, Is it Really More FUN in Oslob?
- The Raw Beauty of Tumalog Falls in Oslob, Cebu
- The Legend of Sumilon Island
Check out the Sumilon, Oslob: Do-It-Yourself Travel Guide:
1. Carcar Stopover
Oslob is about 3-4 hours drive southeast of Cebu City. I would recommend to stop over in the beautiful city of Carcar for a restroom stop in Jollibee and to buy Cebu Lechon and their famous Chicharon.
2. Butanding Watching in Oslob
Read this first: Butanding Watching, Is it Really More FUN in Oslob?
Please Note: Feeding of whale sharks in Oslob, Cebu and elsewhere considered an irresponsible tourism practice by Green Fins and COBSEA – Coordinating Body on the Seas of East Asia, United Nations Environment Programme. see: COBSEA Official Letter.
Butanding Watching is P300/head and +P200/head if you will snorkel. Underwater photography is allowed but with no flash and additional Underwater camera fee of P100. Snorkel rental is P100.
3. Trekking to Tumalog Falls:
Read this first: The Raw Beauty of Tumalog Falls in Oslob, Cebu
(Note: Bluewater Resort charges P2,500 for a Tumalog Waterfalls excursion.)
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Full Disclosure: Nothing to disclose. We paid for our meals and travel expenses to Sumilon Island in Oslob.
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