A Taste of Paradise at Bluewater Sumilon Island Resort in Cebu - Best Tourists Spot, Cheap and Affordable Way

Bluewater Sumilon Island Resort - A taste of paradise on earth. Sumilon Island is one of the best island destination here in the Philippines specially in Cebu. If you heard about Sumilon resort you will then say that it's very expensive. Yes you're right, going to Sumilon island is very expensive but there are alternative ways where in you can save thousands of pesos. Continue reading below.

I just can't express and explain how amazing the Sumilon Island is but a pictures do. Take a look at the pictures below and see how amazing and wonderful this place is.

What Sumilon Island Resort can offer?

Sumilon Island resort has a clear crystal clear water, sand bar and a aquamarine sanctuary.Although it doesn't have a cottage but you can still stay under the trees or you can bring your umbrella.

A blue crystal clear water will surely amazed you and fishes that can be seen all over the island. Snorkeling is something that you must not forget so that you can see corals and fishes when you visit their sanctuary. And the Sandbar - It's the best of the island. The sandbar appears during low tide.

Sumilon Island does not have a good price tag specially for those budget travelers seeking cheap expenses but there are ways to get to the island without spending 2,000 pesos each (possible price for Bluewater Sumilon island resort as a direct guest.).

How to get to Bluewater Sumilon Island Resort in a cheap way?

Here's the cheapest way to get into the Sumilon Island. You can rent a boat from Tan-awan, Oslob going to Sumilon for 2,500 Pesos good for upto 15 Persons (May 2015). After reaching the island, there's a 50 Pesos entrance fee for each person (children is free).

Don't miss the Whale Shark Watching in Oslob, Cebu as it is the best and main tourists attraction in the place. Price is 300 Pesos for viewing and 500 Pesos when you dive to the sea (for Filipino residents only). It's not a good price to hear (hehehe) but worth it (?).


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