Int'l Travel Magazine: Cebu waters UNBEATABLE!

Int'l Travel Magazine: Cebu waters UNBEATABLE!

Good job Cebu!!!

Since the government has been very active in making our tourist spots known worldwide, slowly the province of Cebu is proving that it can be with the big guns of the country, and that is the perennial tourist favorites- Boracay Isaland in Aklan and  God’s precious gift to the Philippines- the beautiful Palawan.

The traditional attractions in Cebu are being magnified by its beautiful beaches, slowly gaining popularity for both local and foreign tourists. Gone are the days, that its only Sinulog in January is the main attraction of the Queen City of the South, its pristine beaches are the now on the spotlight.

Conde Nash traveler's “10 Warm Places We’d Rather Be Right Now,” highlights the beaches of Cebu for those who would like to escape the cold winter season ( photo credit to owner)
Conde Nast Traveler, an international travel magazine has included Cebu in its list of “10 Warm Places We’d Rather Be Right Now,” which featured warm-temperature destinations that editors of the magazine are dreaming about during the cold and frigid winter season.

“I’d rather be wading through the clear Philippine Sea as schools of brightly colored tropical fish swim around me,” Conde Nast Traveler senior editor Erin Florio said.

“I’ve snorkeled all over the world; even knee-deep, the waters off the coast of Cebu can’t be beat,” Florio added.

Destinations in Buzios in Brazil, Chiang Mai in Thailand and Karpathos in Greece, all of which are also warm-temperature locations are just a few of the places that accompanies Cebu in the “10 Warm Places We’d Rather Be Right Now” list.

It should be noted that last October, readers of Conde Nash Traveler voted Cebu and the Visayan islands as the second best island in the world in 2017.

“Not as wild as Phuket in Thailand, Cebu City is more personal, with plenty of up-and-coming restaurants and shopping,” Conde Nast Traveler earlier reported.

Included in the best island in the world list are Boracay  and Palawan and which secured first and the third spot respectively.  *

The country beaches is the forefront of the Tourism department as it has been receiving a lot of interest from tourist all over the world.

Travel+Leisure, another international travel magazine, last week included five Philippine beaches on the 365 beaches to visit in 2018 list. Among these are the Seven Comandos Beach, Payong-Payong Beach, Hidden Beach and Linapacan islands, all in Palawan, and  the pristine white beach of Boracay island.

report from Philstar


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