Where we are
Moalboal is a small village famous for the beauty of White Beach and the nightlife of Panagsama town, where a strip of dive shops, bars, restaurants is packed with people from all over the world. Moalboal became well known for the snorkelling with the sardine fishes. Thousands of sardines usually gather around Panagsama, just 20 meters off the beach. Turtles are often spotted, too. Moalboal is also one of the best diving spot in the Philippines. There are two great dive locations (Pescador Island and the House Reef) and many other good dive sights along the coast with pleasant coral. At Beyond Island Moalboal we help you making the best out of your staying. According to your preferences, we will advise you on activities and coordinate with the best tour organisations here. Whenever possible, we will directly provide the services you need, including transportation and visits. Mountain biking, canyoneering and snorkelling around Moalboal will never disappoint you!
Weather: When going to the Philippines, an archipelago of thousands of islands, the climate is typically tropical maritime, with a relatively cool season from December to February, where winds from the north-east prevail, and a hot, humid and rainy season from June in November, where the southwest monsoon prevails. Between March and May, the temperature increases and reaches the highest levels of the year, especially in the center-north and in the internal areas of the larger islands: in general, therefore, the cooler (or less hot) month is January, while the hottest it’s May. the island of Cebu, where Moalboal is located, is ideal for a holiday at any time of year, temperatures are never below 25 degrees, the island remains more sheltered and off the typhoon routes, even in the wet season the rains are not insistent.
Cebu Island Philippines
Via Bantayan 1, Basdiot, Panacsama beach, zip code 6032 Moalboal