How much is whale watching in Oslob?

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How much is whale watching in Oslob?

OSLOB WHALE SHARKS TOUR PRICE & HOW TO BOOK At the time of writing, it’s around $20 USD (1000 php) for both foreigners and locals, but there’s talk of it going back to $10 for locals soon.

How do you get to whale watching in Oslob?

From Cebu City to Oslob From Cebu City, head to the South Bus Terminal and ride a Ceres bus going to Bato via Liloan. Tell the conductor to drop you off at Brgy. Tan-awan in Oslob for the whale shark which is just along the highway. It’s roughly a 3-hour ride from Cebu.

Is oslob worth visiting?

So the big question is, is it worth visiting? Definitely yes, but if this is something against your belief, I am not going to convince you to do it. You can still visit Oslob and enjoy the place without doing the whale shark watching. They have amazing falls and an interesting town proper.

Is Oslob open for tourists?

The Province of Cebu, including Oslob, is open to domestic tourists in the Philippines or non-residents of Cebu provided they comply with the travel requirements: Based on the Province of Cebu’s Executive Order No.

What is Oslob known for?

whale sharks
Oslob is located at the southern tip of Cebu. It’s a small coastal town but it has become world famousbecause of the whale sharks or the largest fish on the planet that roam its seas, locally known as butanding or tuki.

What would be best for a day trip in Oslob?

Here are the activities you can do on a day trip to Oslob.

  1. Whale shark watching. Oslob is mostly known for its whale shark activity.
  2. Sumilon Island. Sumilon Island is a private island famous for its picturesque sand bar.
  3. Tumalog Falls. Tumalog Falls is a 15-minute ride from the resort area.
  4. Sunset viewing in Osmena Peak.

Will a whale shark eat you?

According to Metro, whale sharks are filter feeders and won’t eat any humans they encounter. They feed only on plankton and very small fish.

Will whales eat humans?

Experts noted that whales do not eat people, but consume small aquatic lifeforms like fish, squid and krill.

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