Why no visit to the Philippines is complete without going to Cebu Island

Did you know that the Philippines comprise over 7,641 islands? As you can imagine, a visit to the country has plenty to offer any visitor! One of the hottest tourist spots in the Philippines is Cebu Island. Here are some of the reasons why you need to visit this beautiful place at least once in your life:

Tumalog Falls
It’s no secret that there are many natural waterfalls in the world. But, one of the most captivating waterfalls you should check out is Tumalog Falls!

Basílica del Santo Niño
Founded in 1565, this small church is an important religious point of interest. It’s also the oldest Roman Catholic church in the Philippines.

Tops Lookout
If you want to see a commanding view of Cebu city, make your way to Tops Lookout. A habal-habal (motorbike taxi) can take you there in just 20 minutes from the city center.

Fort San Pedro
Built by the Spanish in the 16th century, Fort San Pedro is a unique triangular structure. With two sides facing the sea, it originally got built from wood. The fort is now a museum and features stunning Spanish artifacts within it.

Magellan’s Cross
As you probably know, the Philippines got claimed for Spain by Ferdinand Magellan. In 1521, he planted a cross in the soil to mark the occasion. And you can still see it today!

Want to know more about Cebu Island? Take a look at this fact-packed infographic:


Infographic Thanks To Cebu island

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2 Responses to Why no visit to the Philippines is complete without going to Cebu Island

  1. Cebucation says:

    Thanks for publishing my Infographic

  2. Pingback: Cozy Places in Cebu City - Urbanscapism

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