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Go Where is Hot in February to Escape the Wintry Blues

Christmas and New Year are over for another year but the million dollars burning question stands tall: where to go on holiday in February to get some warmth from the wintry blues? Well, that’s one of the thoughts you might be struggling with when the British winter never seems to go away. The fireplace and the warm mulled wine isn’t doing much good and ‘fly away’ is the word – to a place where it’s sunny with warm beach waters, tropical ambience, exotic food, music and heart-melting smiles. So, is it the Maldives, the Caribbean or Thailand? Here are some of our adorable winter-sun getaway cities and islands that make up for hot holidays in February.

List of Top Places where is Hot in February:

1. BALI

Bali
Bali

The first name that triggers every traveller’s mind – Bali is ‘touching heaven on earth’. Filled to the brim with satisfying retreats, warm spa therapies, lush forests, endless access to world-class beaches and hot piping cuisine, Bali has a charm of its own that everyone flocks to experience. With your Bermudas, flip-flops, shades and sunscreens you can have the entire paradise to yourself. Apart from the sound of the splashing waves and sizzling BBQ, experience a new kind of cave parties, full-moon gaiety, glamping, jungle treks and hot springs. Whether you escape to Ubud hills or surround yourself with serenity – that’s classic Bali for you.

Best time to go: November to April

Weather Pattern: The weather in Bali fluctuates at 26°C (79°F), while the average low is 22°C (72°F), and the average high comes in at 30°C (86°F).

Things to do: Get a spa treatment, explore the hills of Ubud, go hiking up the Bali hills, explore beaches like Seminyak beach, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran Beach, Padang Padang Beach, Kuta beach.

2. THE MALDIVES

Maldives
Maldives

Sitting majestically in the Indian Ocean, the Maldives is an open playground in the lap of the Indian Ocean and…there is no bad time to go to the Maldives. Just 15 hours from London, the small cosy little islands and dreamy resorts offer a perfect castaway from those chilly winters. It is one of the best places to travel in February. Even if you think you’ll get bored in the Maldives, you will end up loving it. The islands and the environment are quite family-friendly and hard to resist. Whether you choose a beach villa, water bungalows, underwater hotel or a chic resort, you do not have to worry about hospitality and activities.

Best time to visit: December to April

Weather Pattern: The average daytime temperature for the Maldives in February is 28°C, with only very slight dips at night time.

Things to do: Go for whale shark sightseeing, day-time adventure at Guraidhoo islands, surfing and boat tours in the southern atolls, windsurfing in Cokes Surf Camp, explore Sandbank and enjoy snorkelling.

3. MAURITIUS

MAURITIUS
MAURITIUS

Maldives‘ neighbour Mauritius is a stunner and it alone has the power, charm and freshness to warm your heart, mind and soul. This isolated natural beauty is mostly explored by honeymoon holidaymakers, celebrities and families. The beaches are spotless tropical delights and you can easily hire a car and hike up towards the verdant forests and explore primitive fishing villages. Adventure lovers can take a boat out and explore underwater life and admire the species below. The speckled islands offer some of the world’s finest resorts, wooden water villas, stylish boutiques and secluded water-homes. However, Mauritius is much more than sipping coconut cocktails and beach activities. With so much in these islands, it is one of the popular hot places to go in February.

Best time to visit: May-December

Weather Pattern: The warm period in Mauritius normally lasts from December 5th until April 9th, with typical high temperatures daily attaining as high as 29°C in February – not bad for ocean activities and leisure under the sun.

Things to do: Enjoy day tours with Dolphins in Medine, kite surfing at Belle Mare, big game Fishing Tours, explore the sea with 35-metre Submarine Tour, go for Tandem Skydive in Mauritius, quad biking in la Vallee Des Couleurs.

4. DUBAI

Dubai
Dubai

What can be more inspiring than an escape to one of the desert gems in the Middle East and no one does it better than Dubai itself. A year-round destination for everyone, the City of Gold offers the perfect sunshine if you’ve been facing chattering teeth and shivering winters. Being a short hop away, you are not far from spotless beaches, excellent services and a futuristic city to yourself. Hey, who said Dubai is all about glass and flamboyance. The Old Souk, the tranquil Dubai creek, dining in the air and shopping are the elements that will keep you on your toes along with several other warm vacation spots in February. If you wish to see the city best dressed, November is the best time to explore Dubai on a 10-hour flight journey from London. The climate is not very humid and touring the city gets more enjoyable.

Best time to visit: November to March

Weather Pattern: Dubai has a scorching desert climate, with an average temperature of 20°C, the month of February is categorised by progressively steady temperatures, where it is very possible to tour the city easily.

Things to do: Dubai Desert safari, Dhow dinner cruise, Dubai city sightseeing, Burj Khalifa tour, explore Atlantis Aquaventure, overnight Desert Safari, trip to IMG Worlds of Adventure, Ski Dubai in Emirates Mall, Gold Souk tours, visit Dubai Aquarium.

5. THAILAND

Thailand
Thailand

If you are looking for alternative hot holiday destinations in February, Thailand tops the list. With school half-term holidays falling in the middle of the month, parents have the opportunity to whisk their children to a destination where the sun shines in earnest and Thailand tops the list for many British and European visitors. The countries top places – Bangkok, Phuket, Krabi and Pattaya sizzle with a mix of captivating white-sand beaches, exotic islands with stylish beach shacks and oceanic tours under the brilliant sun. There are scores to select from and each offers a celestial experience. Right from first-class spas of Koh Samui to barefoot activities in Koh Lipe and luxury beach stays at Koh Lanta, you can easily get a slice of warm haven with affordable rates.

The best time to visit: November to March

Weather Pattern: Average temperature is 28°C between the average high/lows of 33°C and 23°C. The hot period only has a normal temperature of 1°C advanced than February.

Things to do: Take a Ferry Ride to James Bond Island, visit Safari World Zoo, enjoy Elephant Camp in Chiang Mai, visit The Tiger Kingdom, get a Thai Massage in Phuket, enjoy a Bangkok River Cruise, explore Bangkok Floating Markets, go Boating in River Kwai, discover Wat Arun in Bangkok

6. THE CARIBBEAN

CARIBBEAN
CARIBBEAN

February and the Caribbean have a fantastic bonding with endless warm holiday destinations to visit in February. With scanty crowd and temperatures in the 20s, you can anticipate a wonderful holiday unlike any. Head to Cancun towards Maya Riviera where you can enjoy basking on one of the beaches and spend your time exploring the intriguing Mayan monuments. Consider the Jamaican city of Montego Bay and cherish a stroll with your partner. Watch your family get tanned and you can try it too! Alternatively, other scintillating destinations include Cuba, Barbados and Antigua that offer ecstatic moments with jaw-dropping scenery and endless things to see, do and experience.

Best time to visit:  November to April

Weather Pattern: At all the Caribbean’s cities and beaches, February is enjoyable. At Havana, Cuba, Nassau, Bahamas, the temperature stays cooler than other places. The ocean averages 79 degrees Fahrenheit around most islands in February – perfect tropical climate.

Things to do: go scuba diving in the British Virgin Islands, enjoy forest trekking in Guadeloupe, explore the ruins at St. Lucia, explore the town of Curacao, admire the cathedrals of U.S. Virgin Islands, discover the ancient city of Puerto Rico, taste Cuban cigars at Havana.

7. CANARY ISLANDS

CANARY ISLANDS
CANARY ISLANDS

Settled in the Atlantic, 300 miles towards the African shoreline, experience something different in the wonders of the Canary Islands. Thanks to the enchanting panorama, spectacular landscapes, pristine beaches and bewitching resorts, with a 4-5 hour flight from the UK you can be exposed to this heavenly sanctuary. With endless hours of sunshine, volcanoes, UNESCO designated islands, this paradise is perfect for hikers, nature lovers and adventure buffs. No wonder, the Canary Islands are adored by British holidaymakers and never fail to create fabulous opportunities for a reminiscing getaway under the comforting sun rays.

Best time to visit: March to May & September to November

Weather Pattern: Tenerife and Gran Canaria are the warmest islands with temperatures in the low 70s. Lanzarote and Fuerteventura can be particularly cooler – the mid-60s with strong winds.

Things to do: Relax in the sun in Fuerteventura, explore Siam Park in Tenerife, walk on the dunes in Gran Canaria, visit Caldera de Taburiente National Park, Garajonay National Park, and explore Teide National Park.

8. FLORIDA

FLORIDA
FLORIDA

Several people from all over the world rush to Florida for all the good reasons. It is one of the top hot places in February with everything you can imagine. You name it, it’s all there – amusement parks, beach resorts, lavish hotels, legendary attractions such as the Everglades and the Florida Keys, along with great weather for outdoor excursions and an electrifying crowd. The city draws its charm from pulsating American cities like Miami and the surrounding neighbours. Whether you wish to enjoy a spa day by the beach, enjoy thrilling water rides or a fast boat ride through the Everglades, Florida will leave you astonished.

Best time to visit: November to May

Weather Pattern: February in Orlando is branded by progressively growing daily high temperatures of 23°C, which is roughly 73°F, whereas the average minimum temperature descends down to 11°C, or 52°F – cool enough!

Things to do: explore Everglades National Park, take your kid to Walk Disney World, take a tour of Universal Studios, visit Kennedy Space Centre, spot rare wildlife at Busch Gardens Tampa, spend a day at the Miami Beach, stroll the Dry Tortugas National Park, witness Daytona 500.

9. CAPE VERDE

CAPE VERDE
CAPE VERDE

Located in the Atlantic Ocean, 300 miles from the shores of Senegal, Cape Verde is the ultimate fantasy for everyone. Conjured up to 10 atolls floating in the ocean, they’ve made a quick name for themselves. The private islands are possibly the most dramatic anywhere on the globe – a honeymooner’s dream haven. Once you see the beaches, you’ll understand why. The most popular island is the moon-like island called Sal. It is dotted with vivid shops, traditional cafes & restaurants and plenty of beach activities. Boa Vista is another name for blissful holidays that sees an influx of abundant visitors escaping the colder regions.

Best time to visit: October to June

Weather Pattern: Cape Verde enjoys fantastic weather in February with an average temperature of around 22°C. The average temperature rises slightly toward the end of the month, ranging from 21-22°C during the first few days to 22-23°C.

Things to do: explore the beaches, take your kid to the marine World, take a tour of fishing villages, visit the Old Town, spot rare marine and bird species, and spend a day at the resort and relish hot coastal delicacies.

10. COLOMBO

COLOMBO
COLOMBO

If you fancy ancient traditions, coastal emblems, lush rice and tea plantations, golden beaches, surfing, scuba diving and primitive spirituality, Colombo in Sri Lanka is the best place to enjoy warm holidays in February. Unbelievably, there is a real buzz for Sri Lanka among British and European travellers. The temperature in the UK is seen to be hovering between 6° and -1°C. Hence, within 10 hours you can hit the coastal areas of Sri Lanka and enjoy a tropical atmosphere to the full. Fancy a warm back rub with warm coconut oil and scented herbs, you need not to go too far for it. Just look around and you can easily see therapeutic spas, massages and herbal treatments that will revive your body and senses.

Best time to visit: December to March

Weather Pattern: February is a beautiful month to visit Colombo. The average daily temperature for this month in Colombo is 27°C (81°F) which can reach highs of 31°C (88°F) or drop to 23°C (73°F).

Things to do: enjoy Blue Whale Watching Tour, go for Luxury Camp Safari, scenic tour of Colombo, excursion at Riverston Gap, elephant safari in Habarana, scuba diving, explore Galle Face Green, Tea and Herb Tour in Colombo.

Hope you’re inspired by our top picks of where is hot in February. So, what are you waiting for? Just pack and get out from the chilly weather before your feet freezes.

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Top 20 Smallest Countries in the World

What if we say that there are countries in the world, which only needs a few hours or probably a half-day to criss-cross the whole landscape? Yes, we are talking about some of the smallest countries in the world. Visiting these countries might make you wonder that you’ve reached a town or a hamlet.

Some countries are so tiny that even some of the biggest metropolitan cities in the world are colossal when compared to them. There are countries in the world covering an area of less than 400 square Kilometres.

Most of these tiny countries are located in Europe, the Pacific and the Caribbean islands. You only need a day or two to explore the whole country. Travelling to these countries is an amazing experience as you explore their culture and natural attractions. Many of the countries are also some of the richest in the world, perfect for an amazing holiday. Let’s go through these countries one by one to explore their beautiful landscape, people, heritage and more.

20. Luxembourg, Area — 2,586 km2

Luxembourg
Luxembourg

Many say that it takes an hour to drive across Luxembourg. It is the last remaining Grand Duchy distinguished for its Vianden and Bourscheid castles. The tiny landlocked nation is blanketed by dense Ardennes forests in the north. The Moselle river valley dominates the south-east of the country while the Mullerthal region has its rocky gorges. The border of Luxembourg and Germany is divided by three rivers: the Sauer, Our and Moselle.

19. Fiji, Area — 18,274 km2

Fiji
Fiji

Fiji located north of New Zealand in the South Pacific includes 333 tropical islands. It is one of the most remotely located countries in the world. Still, the island has managed to capture the imagination of the world and has become one of the favourite tourist destinations. Once you land on the island, get ready to enchant by the rugged landscape, palm-fringed beaches, and coral reefs with stunning lagoons. Viti Levu and Vanua Levu are the two major islands boasting the majority of the population. The capital port city Suva holds a British era colonial architecture a pivotal tourist attraction.

18. Singapore, Area — 719.1 km2

Singapore
Singapore

Singapore is a tiny city-state located off southern Malaysia. The country is a global financial power featuring tropical climate and boasting multicultural society. Not just an economic powerhouse, but the destination is also cherished for its man-made tourist attractions. The country is a popular international tourist destination in the world. When in Singapore must-visit destinations are Sentosa, Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay. Apart from the iconic wonders, there are various wildlife parks and night safaris that a traveller could venture on.

17. Dominica, Area — 751 km2

Dominica
Dominica

Dominica is a tiny island nation in the Caribbean encapsulating natural hot springs, pristine lakes, waterfalls, incredible diving spots and tropical dense rainforests. But the majority of the island is volcanic in nature with incredible beaches. But, the volcanic terrain of the island has restricted tourism inflow to a large extent. Surpassing the hurdles Dominica has become a popular ecotourism destination. The volcanic nature of the island has made the destination a major attraction for scuba divers. Tourists are required to travel to other Caribbean islands to reach Dominica Island because of the unavailability of an international airport.

16. Tonga, Area — 747 km2

Tonga
Tonga

Tonga is an archipelago of 170 islands located on the South Pacific Ocean. It is also a Polynesian kingdom. Most of the islands of the country are uninhabited ornate with white powdery beaches, dense tropical rainforests and coral reefs. Tongatapu is the main island blanketed by limestone cliffs and lagoons. The island is also home to the Nuku’alofa, capital of Tonga. The capital city is mostly rural, lined with coral beach resorts, plantations and a plethora of natural wonders like Maui a monumental coral gate dated from the 1200s.

15. Andorra, Area — 467.63 km2

Andorra
Andorra

Andorra sandwiched between France and Spain is nestled in the Pyrenees mountains. Being a landlocked country in past Andorra was cut off by the world. But in recent times, the country has managed to spread its relations with other countries opening its borders to tourists from across the globe. The country is a burgeoning economy famed for its ski resorts and duty-free shopping. Its capital city Andorra la Vella is cherished for its exquisite outdoor ambience, boutiques and jewellery shops on the Meritxell Avenue.

14. Seychelles, Area — 459 km2

Seychelles
Seychelles

Seychelles is an archipelago nation comprising of 115 islands located on the Indian Ocean. The destination is home to incredible beaches, nature reserves and mesmerizing coral reefs. Due to its jaw-dropping landscape, the island offers world-class diving sites perfect to explore the underwater world. For adventurers, there are outstanding opportunities to test their adventure skills both in the land and sea. The capital city Victoria is a great place to saunter and know more about the people and local culture. Treat yourself with an exotic holiday as you escape to this picturesque destination.

13. Antigua and Barbuda, Area — 442 km2

Antigua and Barbuda
Antigua and Barbuda

These two namesake islands of Antigua and Barbuda are an independent commonwealth country. Apart from the two main islands, there are several smaller islands making this tiny island nation. Nestled on the Atlantic and Caribbean, the island is cherished for its beautiful beach life, reef, rainforest and stunning beach resorts. St. John the capital city is a great destination to unwind and explore. When in the capital city visit the famous National Museum, which displays indigenous and colonial artefacts.

12. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Area — 389 km2

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Located in the Caribbean, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a stunning island known for its spectacular beaches and tropical climate. Saint Vincent the largest island in the Caribbean mostly known for its submerged volcanic mountains. The island also has an active volcano, La Soufriere, which is also the highest peak.  Boasting an area of 389 km the whole island is peppered with bewitching natural extravaganza.  Kingstown is the capital city perfect to explore the culture, colonial legacy and people. The city offers a range of entertainment activities with bars, discos and clubs.

11. Grenada, Area — 344 km2

Grenada
Grenada

Grenada is a tiny island in the Caribbean. It consists of the main island and several encircling islands. Famously known as the “Spice Isle”, the pivotal island is home to several nutmeg plantations. The island boasts several natural wonders peppered with mesmerising landscapes. The capital city St. George allures travellers with its colourful homes, Georgian edifices and 18th century Fort George overlooking the narrow Carenage Harbour. Tourism is a huge contributor to the country’s economy. Ecotourism is also catching up fast alongside beach and water sports adventure.

10. Malta — Area 316 km2

Malta
Malta

Located in the Mediterranean Sea Malta is a beautiful island country. The country is actually made up of three islands: Camino, Gozo and Malta. The island of Malta is the largest of the three. A tiny country with a population of over 4,500,000 people, turning it into one of the most densely populated nations in the world. Though it may be small, still the country attracts millions of travellers every year. Tourists visit this country to explore its rich history and amazing weather. Malta is also known for spectacular beaches and electrifying nightlife.

9. Maldives — Area 300 km2

Maldives
Maldives

The Maldives is a stunning tourist destination and also the tiniest country in Asia, both in terms of area and population. An archipelago, the island has over 1,192 coral islands sprawling over 90,000 sq. km. In the past, the country was ruled by several entities such as the Portuguese, the British and the Dutch. Today, the country has made its mark in the international tourism circuit. Tourists from all over the world travel to the island to enjoy white sand beaches and azure seawater. The place is also famous for its underwater marine activities such as scuba diving, snorkelling, boating and more.

8. Saint Kitts and Nevis — 261 km2

Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Kitts and Nevis

Saint Kitts and Nevis are two small islands in the Caribbean that were first to be colonised by the Europeans. A small country cherished for its amazing beaches, incredible landscape and diving sites. The shallow blue water allows people to dive and explore the magnificent marine life. People could also explore their cities while enjoying the salubrious weather. In the past, the country was a major sugar exporter, today these colossal sugarcane plantations have been converted into beautiful hotels and resorts.

7. Marshall Islands — Area 181 km2

Marshall Islands
Marshall Islands

Located on the Pacific Ocean, the Republic of the Marshall Islands is nestled between the Hawaii Islands and Australia. The island is a part of Micronesia, and an incredible destination to visit. The island with its jaw-dropping biodiversity is home to over 800 fish species and 160 corals. With a total area of 181 square Kilometres, the Marshall Islands is one of the smallest countries in the world. A traveller can easily explore the whole country in a day. With its tropical jungles, spectacular landscape and friendly people, the island offers a perfect escape to enjoy a tranquil holiday.

6. Liechtenstein, Area — 160 km2

Liechtenstein
Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein, a beautiful and the only country to be entirely nestled in the Alps. Sandwiched between Austria and Switzerland, Liechtenstein is the richest country in the world by GDP per capita. It also enjoys the lowest unemployment rate. The country does not have an airport of its own. So, if you are looking forward to visiting the country, you have to take the flight to Switzerland’s Zurich Airport and then travel 130 km to reach this beautiful country in the Alps. Another interesting fact — the country is still ruled by a prince.

5. San Marino, Area — 61 km2

San Marino
San Marino

San Marino is also known as the most serene Republic of San Marino. It is a landlocked country encircled entirely by Italy. Having a total area of 61 Square Kilometres, it is the fifth smallest country in the world. With a total population of 30,000, it is also the 3rd smallest country in Europe. The country’s tourism sector contributes immensely to the GDP of San Marino. With no airports, millions of tourists visit the country every year by taking a bus from the city of Rimini in Italy.

4. Tuvalu, Area — 26 km2

Tuvalu
Tuvalu

Tuvalu located in South Pacific Ocean is midway between Australia and Hawaii. It is a tiny island nation with 10,000 inhabitants boasting 8 km road with one hospital on the main island. Due to its remote distance, only a few tourists visit this incredible island best known for its picturesque palm-fringed beaches and WWII sites. Its capital Funafuti boasts Conservation Area, which is known for pristine outdoors and adventure activities such as snorkelling and diving. Furthermore, the place has an array of sea turtles and several tropical fishes to spend the day.

3. Nauru, Area — 21 km2

Nauru
Nauru

Located in north-east Australia, Nauru is a small nation in Micronesia. The country is famed for its coral reef and white powder sandy beaches lined with palm trees. In the interiors, its tropical vegetation surrounds the Buada Lagoon. Previously known as the Pleasant Island, it was famous for its phosphate resources, which has now depleted. The island’s highest point known as the Command Ridge still has a Japanese outpost from WWII. Additionally, tourists can enjoy scuba diving, fish and snorkelling.

2. Monaco, Area — 2 km2

Monaco
Monaco

Monaco is the second smallest country in the world, having the largest numbers of millionaires and billionaires per capita. Nestled on the beautiful French Riviera, Monaco boasts only 2 square kilometres area. Boasting luxury goods and service industry, the country has a terrific gambling scene as well. The tiny European nation is famous amongst the rich and powerful people. The country is bordered by France on its three sides and the Mediterranean Sea. Boasting a population of 36,000, it is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. Most people speak French. Monaco is famous for its Formula 1 race an annual event with tracks traversing the city streets.

1. Vatican City, Area — 0.44 km2

Vatican City
Vatican City

Boasting an area of 0.44 square kilometres Vatican City is the smallest nation in the world by land area. The country is completely encircled by the Italian capital city of Rome. The country also has St. Peter’s Basilica the largest church in the whole world and a must-visit. The church has some stunning artworks from the Renaissance period such as The Pieta and the Creation of Adam. Vatican City for its income source depends heavily on the tourists. Other means by which the country boosts its income source is by selling stamps mementoes, coins and medals. Donations and admission fees to the museum also contribute to the economy of Vatican City.

places to visit in Cebu

Most Amazing Places to Visit and Things to do in Cebu

Cebu is recognized as one of the top tourist destinations in the Philippines with lots of famous places in Cebu alone. Rubbing shoulders with Manila, this amazing city is truly an enchanting Filipino hub filled with throngs of attractions, excitement, and thrill.

Right from avant-garde attractions, historic landmarks, food and adventure, there are things that need an entire lifetime to experience in Cebu. Whether you are a foodie, fitness junkie or a historian, there are activities and excitement to keep you on your toes. So, first-timers, you better watch out!

So, if you’re wondering what are the best things to do in Cebu, we have an amazing list of the best things to do and places to visit, just you need to your flights to Cebu and explore it. Where do we begin?

Best Places to visit in Cebu

1. Cebu Westown Lagoon

CEBU WESTOWN LAGOON
CEBU WESTOWN LAGOON

Hey, you’ve got kids travelling with you? Do not miss out this mind-blowing, man-made attraction in the city. The Cebu Westown Lagoon is the place your kids will love. There is a kids pool, impressive water park and gazebo is this enchanting oasis. While your kids play, you can relax in a Jacuzzi or enjoy sliding down the water slides.

2. Terrazas de Flores in Busay, Cebu

Admire the jaw-dropping beauty and the astounding floral arrangements at Terrazas de Flores in Busay, Cebu. Enjoy a stroll, take pictures, and inhale the soothing fresh air. Do not forget to pamper your taste buds with mouth-watering snacks at the cosy cafe right in the garden.

3. The Cube

The Cube is rapidly becoming a people’s favourite. Just stand underneath this massive structure and let your camera do the talking. The Cube stands as a symbol of strength and stability. It opens every day from 5-7pm. The best part is – if rearranged, the cube forms the word ‘Cebu’.

4. Temple of Leah

TEMPLE OF LEAH
TEMPLE OF LEAH

This majestic temple is built in Busay. It draws numerous of visitors every day from all over with cheap flights to Cebu to admire the design and the surrounding aura. Thanks to its amazing views and the Greek-inspired architecture.

5. Mount Babag

All you trekkers and adventure lovers tighten your laces and belts before hiking up the magnificent Mount Babag. No wonder, this is a true playground for seasoned trekkers and hikers.

6. Lantaw

If hunger strikes head towards one of the most famous places in Cebu – Lantaw Floating Restaurant located in Cordova and pamper your taste buds with a variety of dishes. Additionally, the charming Lantaw boasts a soul-pleasing atmosphere and appealing views of the sea and city. After a luscious lunch, you can advance towards 10,000 Roses and take in the captivating ambience. Do not forget to take abundant pictures of the roses.

7. Explore Larsian

EXPLORE LARSIAN

Resurrect your palette with appetizing Larsian snacks in Fuente, Cebu. The Tuslob Buwa is also a people’s favorite that offers you lip-smacking street food and satisfies your gastronomic cravings.

8. Go to Tisa

GO TO TISA

To experience the eventual food fiesta in Cebu, you need to book flights to Cebu, make your way to Barangay Tisa and tickle your taste buds. Foods that you must try include Siomai, steamed rice, siopao, batchoy, inasal manok, pancit canton and a whole lot more.

With its endless outdoor activities and abundant landscapes, Cebu promises the best times unlike any. This city caters to everyone. Whether you are a newcomer or a returning visitor, this wonderful Filipino city has no shortage of things to do.

Best Things to do in Cebu

1. Do an Island Tour

DO AN ISLAND TOUR
DO AN ISLAND TOUR

Just remember the name ‘Malapascua’. This unique spot got its name from the Spaniards who sailed into this island and made their settlement. Malapascua is a popular destination famous for diving and snorkelling. If you wish to see a variety of sharks, then you are at the right location. Hire a small boat and enjoy a trip around the island to explore the top-class spots.

2. Take in the sunset at Mactan

TAKE IN THE SUNSET AT MACTAN
TAKE IN THE SUNSET AT MACTAN

Situated close to the Cebu International Airport, the Mactan City is renowned for its beaches and stunning sunsets. Every time you visit this spot, you surely will be astounded. Gaze down the horizon to spot secluded beaches with high-adrenaline watersports and underwater activities. Enjoy western and eastern flavours at one of the themed restaurants in the city.

3. Camp at the mountains

CAMP AT THE MOUNTAINS
CAMP AT THE MOUNTAINS

With foreign and locals, Cebu is an admired and loved city. Whether you are looking for beach relaxation or a mountain experience, it has all. Apart from the beaches, if you are looking for some mountaintop experience and camping, Osmena Peak and the magical islands of Cebu are the best.

The Sirao Peak is one of the best choices that let you take up a challenge with a refreshing swim in the Kabang Falls. Mount Naupa also calls all ardent climbers to test their skills and admire the amazing countryside.

4. Visit the famous Kawasan Falls

VISIT THE FAMOUS KAWASAN FALLS
VISIT THE FAMOUS KAWASAN FALLS

The Kasawan Falls is an illustrious natural wonder that tempts visitors to not only marvel at the sight but also lure them to various activities. The waterfall is just 95 miles from the main Cebu city. You need to trek for an hour to reach the beautiful waterfall. Abiding in a secluded lush forest, the waterfalls offers the absolute thrill and sight like none other. It is truly the perfect paradise away from the chaotic city life. This is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Cebu.

5. Visit the stunning Aguinid Falls

VISIT THE STUNNING AGUINID FALLS
VISIT THE STUNNING AGUINID FALLS

The beautiful Aguinid Falls offers plenty of water compositions and strange rock formations to get you awe-inspired. Located 100 miles away from Cebu City, this unusual wonder is a must-see attraction. You can easily climb the falls with the stairs towards the walls.

6. Visit Osmena Peak

VISIT OSMENA PEAK
VISIT OSMENA PEAK

The Osmena Peak is situated on one of the highest mountains in Cebu. The rugged structure and beauty draw people towards it. Rubbing shoulders with Chocolate Hills in Bohol, the Osmena Peak is a great spot for camping too. Embark on an early morning trek and pass through grassy hills and thriving vegetable farms. As you walk up, the landscape begins to change, allowing you to admire the foggy surroundings and enjoy a 360° view of the surrounding.

7. Visit Moalboal

VISIT MOALBOAL

Visiting Moalboal will remove all the cares of your daily life. The main pull of Moalboal is its thrilling marine life. Enjoy snorkelling with other trained drivers that flock to this place from all over the world. Explore Panagsama Beach before taking to the warm waters of the ocean and relish a traditional lunch comprising of seafood varieties.

These are truly amazing reasons that make Cebu one of the most sought after tourist destination. If you are booking flights to Manila for your next venture, make sure you do not miss out this place. Whether you are planning a family getaway or a honeymoon, Cebu is the idyllic choice to build unforgettable moments.