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Barangay Saavedra, Moalboal

Cebu, Philippines, 6032

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Moalboal, a three to four hours drive from Cebu City is a gateway to some of the best diving spots not only in Cebu but in the entire Philippines. At first glance, it seems to be a sleepy town but its rich water is where all the action is.

Moalboal is a well known tourist and diving paradise due to its unspoiled fine white sand beaches and diverse marine life. Divers and snorkelers will enjoy the rich and colorful underwater life of its numerous dive sites, which include Pescador Island, home to hammerhead sharks and the famous sardine run. These snorkel and/or diving trips are organized by Asian Belgian Resort. Beach bummers on the other hand can stroll in the white beach of Basdako, next to our resort.

Whether you are an adventure lover or a laid back type, Moalboal promises a relaxing and fun getaway that will surely make your stay in this lovely town worthwhile.

SARDINES RUN

The famous school of a million plus sardines  can  be seen close ashore at Panagsama. If you swim 20-30 meters from shore, the reef drops off dramatically, as deep as 70 meters in some places. And it is here where you can watch the huge cloud of sardines creating different shapes and forms against the backdrop of the spectacular reef wall. 

PESCADOR ISLE

One of our main attractions is Pescador Island, which is considered a world-class dive site due to protected corals and marine species.

Our island hopping tour will let you swim and see beautiful corals, sea fans, a frog fish, and a school of jacks. This trip also includes swim with the turtles and sardines run near Panagsama beach.

WHItE BEACH

White Beach has a long stretch of white sand beach dotted with restaurants and cottages along its beautiful beach line. Its water showes shades of turquoise, and dark blue.

During low tide, White Beach is only three minutes beach walk from Asian Belgian Resort, or ten minutes along the road during high tide.