Cebu Island Vacation Packages
The national capital Manila is situated 350 miles (563 kilometers) northwest of Cebu Island, while Cebu is 6 miles (10 kilometers) to the east.
Make the most of this area’s reputation as a shopping hub. Add to your wardrobe, stock up on food or just people-watch at one of the many quirky shops and boutiques. In SM City Cebu and Ayala Center you’ll find a huge selection of merchandise. If you don’t find what you need, there is more to be found at Robinsons Plaza and Mactan Marina Mall.
To relax in nature along the ocean, visit several of the major beaches and lookout points in Cebu Island. Dalaguete Beach and Bounty Beach are among the best local beachside haunts in this region. Oslob Beach and Zaragosa Beach are another two popular beaches in this region.
Visit the wide range of must-see religious gathering places in the city. Some of the most popular are the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral, the Philippines Taoist Temple and the Basilica of the Holy Child. Enjoy the contemplative quiet, admire the design and learn about the past in these special buildings.
Some of the most-visited family attractions around Cebu Island are Adventure Cafe Zipline and The Jungle Cultural Entertainment Center. Don't miss the chance to visit these whacky and engaging destinations, offering thrills and laughter for children and adults alike.
A few hours exploring the beautiful aquatic displays of the Mactan Island Aquarium will reignite the sense of wonder in even the most jaded traveller. Wander the aquarium’s walkways and viewing tanks and learn about the local and exotic species as you go; but try not to let the kids rush ahead, the slower you go the more species you’ll discover!
Cebu Island features some generous civic gathering spaces; Bantayan Public Plaza is a firm favourite with residents and visitors alike. It's one of those special places that often draws visitors back time and time again.
The marine sanctuaries in the vicinity of Cebu Island show the amazing corals, marine mammals and fish in the area. Plan a boat trip out to the marine sanctuary called San Remigio Marine Dive Center.
Listen to the bugles and drumbeats of battles past at Cebu Island's historic forts and other defense structures. Despite a past steeped in conflict, the Fort San Pedro is today a welcoming place, perfect for reflecting on the sacrifices and struggles of this city’s earliest residents.