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Cebu : Natural Tourist Attractions

MACTAN ISLAND
A coral island and famous for scuba diving, where beach resorts of international standards are located. Also the site of the Export Processing Zone I, with 100 companies in operation, employing 36,575 people with a monthly payroll of P226 million. Land area - 150 has.

MOALBOAL
South of Cebu - Located 89 kms. southwest of Cebu City, famous for beautiful corals and reefs, white sandy beaches, excellent for diving. Accomodation is offered by the Badian Beach Resort, a "AAA" class resort.

BADIAN ISLAND
It was on Christmas day when the Spaniards reached the island. According to townfolks, it was supposed to be a special day of celebration but unfortunately a storm hit the island and so came the name "MALAPASCUA", MALAS SA PASKO, which means "Unfortunate Christmas" in English. Malapascua is sometimes referred to as "LOGON", the main community in the south. "Logon" got its name when the Japanese and Spaniards fought over the island during the World War II.

The island is 3 kms. long and 1 km. wide, with a population of about 3,000. It has white sand beaches and crystal clear waters. The west coast is ideal for swimming and snorkelling but one should be careful because of unpredictable weather. A walk or tour on the whole island can be done for about two hours.

CAMOTES ISLAND
The island is located at the northeast of Cebu province and is composed of 4 towns, namely: Poro (composed of 17 barangays), San Francisco (composed of 15 barangays), Tudela (composed of 8 barangays), and Pilar (composed of 5 barangays). To cross the island, one has to go to Danao City, an hour away from Cebu City or take a fast ferry. There are two boats which travel to and from the island and Danao City everyday, one fastcraft which travels twice a day adn a regular boat thrice a week. Travel to and from the island is around 2 hours and mode of transportation within the island are motorcycles.

KAWASAN FALLS
Located in Badian, one can feel the coolness of the surrounding lush greenery of this panoramic waterfalls. Accomodation from cheap to moderate rates are available.

NONOC CAVE
Located in Borbon, 8 kms. north of Cebu City, a very picturesque shelter for picnickers and bathers.

OLANGO WILDLIFE SANCTUARY
Olango Island supports the largest concentration of migratory birds found so far in the country. Migration starts from the breeding places of birds in Siberia, Northern China and Japan. Anticipating the scarcity of food and winter cold, these birds fly as far as Australia and New Zealand from late July until late November. This is usually referred to as the Southward Migration. By late February until May, these birds return to their breeding grounds in the reverse Northward Migration.

Based on data gathered so far, the birds use Olango as a major refueling station as well as a wintering ground. At Olango, the birds can replenish their fat reserves by feeding on rich supply of invertebrates in the intertidal mudflats. These fat reserves must fuel birds on the next lap of their journey which may cover from 3,000 to 15,000 km. of non-stop flight. Land Area-1,022,6228 has.

 


Breads and Pastries Philippines Cuisine

In a typical Filipino bakery, pandesal, monay and ensaymada are often sold. Pandesal comes from the Spanish pan de sal (literally, bread of salt), and is a ubiquitous breakfast fare, normally eaten with (and sometimes even dipped in) coffee.

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