Tourists find the encounter with whales overwhelming. After all, you never get to swim with whale sharks every day.
This #6 to 14 is from (https://trip101.com/article/best-things-to-do-in-cebu-top-10-cultural-sites-to-visit) which gives a very great insights and places about cebu culture and places)
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Basilica del Santo NiñoAddress: Osmeña Boulevard, corner P. Burgos Street Cebu City Price: free Opening Hours: Open daily. Monday – Thursday & Saturday: closes at 7pm, Friday: closes at 9pm, Sunday: closes at 8:30pm Contact: +63 032 255 6698 Near by Food: Cebu La Fortuna Bakery Website: Basilica Minore del Santo Niño de Cebu
Fort San PedroAddress: A. Pigafetta Street Cebu City Price: less than 1 USD Opening Hours: 7am – 7pm Contact: +63 32 256 2284
Yap-Sandiego Ancestral HouseAddress: Lopez Jaena corner Mabini St. Parian, Cebu City Price: from 1.25 USD Opening Hours: 9am – 7pm Duration: around 45 minutes to 1 hour Contact: +63 32 514 3002 Website: Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House
Those who want to drop by Cebu’s museums should not skip Casa Gorordo, an ancestral home, turned museum. Built in 1850, Casa Gorordo is newly renovated, complete with an interactive multifaceted museum, with tablets for guests and a museum café. The house was built by Alejandro Reynes and later bought by Juan Isidro Gorordo. It is unique as it has a chapel inside – one of its owners, Juan Bautista Gorordo, was Cebu’s first bishop. The lower ground is where visitors can experience an interactive museum tour while learning about Cebu’s history and heritage. Tour around the house and imagine life among the local elite. Guests can check out Bishop Gorordo’s study, with an authentic copy of Noli Me Tangere, an anti-clergy novel written by Jose Rizal that helped ignite the Philippine Revolution against Spain.View this post on Instagram
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Casa Gorordo MuseumAddress: Eduardo Aboitiz Street ( formerly Lopez Jaena Street), Cebu City Price: from 2 USD (20% discount for senior citizens, high school and college students) Opening Hours: 9am – 5pm. Closed on Mondays Contact: +63 32 411 1767 Near by Food: Museum has its own cafe Website: Casa Gorordo Museum
The city of Carcar in southern Cebu is not just the “Shoe Capital of Cebu”. It is also more than just chicharon (fried pork rinds) and lechon. Carcar, unlike other cities of Cebu, has the highest number of well-preserved structures and is therefore also known as Heritage City. Take a walking tour around the city starting at the plaza or town square and its parish church, St. Catherine of Alexandria, with its Moorish-influenced domes. The church convent is also one of the oldest in Cebu. Some of the city’s other heritage buildings include the Upland Elementary School (1905) and one of the buildings of St. Catherine ‘s College (1921). The city museum used to be a women and children hospital and is a dainty structure with its latticework and curved railings. Don’t miss Carcar’s heritage homes, some dating back to 1859.View this post on Instagram
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Planning a trip to Oslob via Cebu City? Take some time to explore the fascinating tourist spots along the way. From historical landmarks like Magellan’s Cross and Fort San Pedro to enchanting natural wonders such as Kawasan Falls and Tumalog Falls, Cebu City has a lot to offer. Don’t forget to factor in the travel time from cebu city to oslob and make the most of your journey by experiencing the attractions along the route.
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