Nalusuan Island Tours

Nalusuan Island Tours

Explore the beauty of Cebu's Nalusuan Island with these tours. Situated in Olango Island Group, this island is the perfect destination for those who seek a relaxing tropical vacation.

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Frequently asked questions

Where is Nalusuan Island located?

Nalusuan is one of the islands comprising the Olango Island Group. It is situated in between the Province of Bohol and Mactan Island. It’s 30 minutes to 1 hour from the Mactan-Cebu International Airport.

How do I get to Nalusuan Island?

You can either get to the port beside Movenpick Resort or the Angasil Port and ride a traditional outrigger boat (banca) going to Santa Rosa Port, the entry to Olango Island, or avail of a packaged guided tour that includes transfers.

What are the best Nalusuan Island tours in the Philippines?

A Nalusuan Island tour is usually combined with other islands in Olango, such as Hilutungan Island, Caohagan Island, and Pandanon Island.

What are some of the activities I can do in Nalusuan Island?

Aside from swimming, diving, and snorkeling, you can ride a banana boat or rent a jetski. You may also try kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding.

When is the best month or season to go?

The best season to visit Nalusuan Island is during the dry season, from the months of November to May.

What should I bring during my trip to Nalusuan Island?

Aside from beach essentials such as sunblock and swimwear , it’s important to bring a waterproof bag to safeguard your belongings.

How much time do I need to spend in Nalusuan Island?

It depends on the tour package you availed and the water activities you will be doing. Oftentimes, you get to spend 1 to 3 hours on the island.

Will there be Nalusuan Island tours during rainy or bad weather?

It depends on the storm signal, water conditions, and the discretion of the tour operator and coast guard. Make sure to coordinate with your tour operator and check weather updates.