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Underwater Paradise at Pescador Island in Moalboal Cebu

Considered by many as one of the best diving spots in the Philippines, Pescador island in Moalboal Cebu boasts untouched coral reefs and rich underwater biodiversity.

Pescador Island in Moalboal, Cebu



Because of a co-worker's birthday, we were able to reach the island through Basdaku beach in Saavedra where we had an overnight stay.

The island is about 30 minutes away from Bas dako beach. We rented a boat for hire for only P2000.


Pictures below tell how excited we were going towards the paradise.




I guess B1 isn't much excited :)




The moment we arrived, we dove and enjoyed the clear blue waters.

















Of course the trip would not be complete without underwater pictures but unfortunately we did not have a camera for it so here is a video that shows the underwater Pescador. Credits to
klemensgann

I wish that I could go back and do scuba or free diving in the island. Thanks to Joie Arevalo for the pictures.

How to get there:
Take a bus ride from South Bus Terminal and stop by in Saavedra. You can ride habal habal going to Basdaku beach resort.

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  1. Wow! Kanindot.. Katin-aw sa dagat!

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    1. Tinaw gyud bai. Nabasa sad nako imong mga posts. Daghan pajud ko wla naadtuan sa Iligan nga taga iligan raman unta ko. :)

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