Pescador Island Tours

Pescador Island Tours

Explore the pristine beauty of Pescador Island and its underwater treasures. Discover why this Moalboal, Cebu destination is a great spot for diving and snorkeling.
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Where is Pescador Island located?

Pescador Island is at Tañon Strait in South Cebu, and is located in the municipality of Moalboal. It’s 105 kilometers from Mactan-Cebu International Airport, which is about 3 hours away.

What are the best Pescador Island tours in the Philippines?

Pescador Island is often combined with Badian Canyoneering, Moalboal Sardine Run, and Kawasan Falls in Cebu. 

How do I get to Pescador Island?

If you’re coming from Mactan-Cebu International Airport, you can ride a taxi, go the South Cebu Bus Terminal, and ride a Ceres Bus going to Moalboal where you will board a boat going to the island. You can also join a guided tour to Pescador island for a hassle-free trip.

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

Aside swimming, and snorkeling, you can also try scuba diving or free diving to see the colorful fishes, spot turtles, and do the sardine run.

When is the best month or season to go to Pescador Island?

The best month to visit Pescador Island is during November to May, which is the dry season in Cebu.

What should I bring during my trip to Pescador Island?

Bring beach essentials such as swimwear, sunblock, and waterproof bag to safeguard your belongings. Bring an underwater camera to document your journey under the waters of Pescador Island.

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

It depends on the tour package you availed of and the activities you’ll try on the island. You can usually spend 2-4 hours here.

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

Pescador Island is a weather-dependent tourist destination because you have to board a boat. Make sure to coordinate with your tour operator and check weather updates. 
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