Kalanggaman Island

North Cebu Best Destinations

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North Cebu

As one of the ravishing countries with terrific nature and beautiful islands that are yet to be explored, Philippines captured the hearts of the tourists from various places. As cited by the Philippine government’s official tourism website, as of January 2017, Koreans take the top spot for the total arrivals in the country, amounting to 154,367. USA turned out to be the second with 99,435 visitors and arrivals from China surged swiftly to 85,948.

Kalanggaman Island

It’s not part of north Cebu but you can get here by going to north Cebu
How to get there?
From Cebu Port, ride a taxi to go to Pier 3. In pier 3, there’s a SuperCat (2 hours trip) going to Ormoc which costs 600 Php or a ship to Palompon which costs 495 Php (4 hours trip).

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Facilities and Activities
The island has a total length of 753m, still uninhabited, with no business resorts owners. The signature turquoise waters and the sand bar can feed your eyes with an unforgettable sight. The local government agreed to limit the number of tourists visiting the place to 500 per day to ensure the conservation of its natural alluring view. So better fix your schedule ahead of time. There are basic facilities provided for the visitors for overnight stays. No need to think of security issues, because local police officers are on duty 24 hours in Kalanggaman! So ditch those peppermint sprays. 😉

We had a perfect day at KALANGGAMAN 💙💚💜 #kalanggamanisland #malapascua

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Banytayan Island

How to get there?
From Mactan International Airport, go to Cebu North Bus Terminal and get on a bus that will take you to Hagnaya Port (Non-air costs 132 Php while the Air-con bus costs 170). You also need to pay the port terminal fee (10 Php).
The bus ride is approximately 2 and ½ hour with stopovers. When you reach the Hagnaya Port, it will take you 1 and ½ hours to reach Bantayan Island via ro-ro ride (costs 170-185 Php).

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Facilities and Activities
There are plenty of beaches to choose from such as Paradise Beach, Marikaban Beach, Kota Beach Resort (the location of the movie ‘Camp Sawi’) , St. Bernard resort and Santa Fe Beach club.
You can also drop by Bontay Baywalk, take a rest in the virgin island or have a great outdoor adventure through skydive.
Must try restaurants include the Floating Bar, Bantayan Burrito Company, Shake me and Caffe del Mare.

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