Don’t make the same mistakes I did. Here’s a shortened list of what you should remember in traveling to Moalboal:


White Beach in Moalboal

White Beach in Moalboal

  • Bring extra clothes
  • Bring extra money in case you want to join tours and boat trips and go diving
  • If you’re doing a day trip, don’t bring a lot of stuff
  • Contact people before you go so you can arrange boat rides, tours earlier and possibly for cheaper prices
  • Bring canned goods (food can be expensive at P100+ per meal)
  • Don’t be shy to ask questions. People in Moalboal are really nice and friendly
  • You don’t have to worry about riding an open bus to Moalboal because you probably won’t be going through any urban and polluted cities. You may want to get an aircon bus on your way back though.
  • You might want to learn a few basic Visayan phrases just to help you get by.
  • It’s best that you get to the Ceres bus terminal early. First trip to Moalboal is at 6am so if you want to get the most out of a daytrip, get there as soon as you can.
  • Last bus that goes through Moalboal is at 7pm (according to locals)
  • Take the bus going to Bato via Barili
  • Don’t sleep on your way to Moalboal (not because it’s dangerous) but because the view is amazing.
  • Bring music and listen to it all the way to Moalboal. It’s like a setting for the perfect emo moment.
Panagsama Beach in Moalboal (Basdiot)

Panagsama Beach in Moalboal (Basdiot)

Read more about my experience in Moalboal here.
For my budget in Moalboal, click here.

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