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How to Get From Moalboal to Oslob Best Way

Last updated on November 26th, 2023 at 07:03 pm

How to get from Moalboal to Oslob

How to get from Moalboal to Oslob one of the most popular destinations in South Cebu for spending a week or a weekend.

Moalboal is a small town with very beautiful, quiet beaches with clear and blue water. There are a lot of things to do in Moalboal and Moalboal island hopping

Moalboal is located 90 kilometers South Cebu City on the east part of the province of Visayas. There are beautiful places to visit apart from the beaches of Panagsama Beach which has most of the accommodations in Moalboal and full of restaurants where the nightlife is great! Click here to get your discount booking activities in the Philippines!

Oslob is popular because of whale watching and apart from this activity you can also visit Sumilon Island from Oslob.

Read here 5 Days Cebu itinerarywhere to stay in Moalboalhow to get to Aguinid Falls and how to get to Kawasan Falls!

WHERE TO STAY IN OSLOB

You can get accommodation starting from 800-1000 PHP (less than $20 USD) for a room in a guesthouse. Can you imagine if you are two of you traveling in the Philippines, it will be $10 USD each.

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I wouldn’t recommend you to buy a sim card at Cebu airport. If you wish comfort you can buy eSim online and if you aren’t in a hurry just go around phone shops in the city and compare prices to buy the cheapest sim card in Cebu. Read here Philippines sim card for tourist and best Philippines eSim

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HOW TO GET FROM MOALBOAL TO OSLOB

If you want to get from Moalboal to Oslob in South Cebu. You have to get a bus going to Bato around 2 hours from Moalboal passing by Badian where you can visit Kawasan Falls. The bus will take around 2 hours and it will cost around 100 PHP. It depends on the air conditioning. Buses are running from Moalboal to Bato very often during the day. Every 15-20 minutes!

Once you are in Bato Bus Terminal you have to get another bus going to Oslob. It’s the bus going to Cebu and the trip will last around 2 hours to get to Oslob. It will cost around 100 PHP per person.

When you are in Bato you will have to wait around 15 minutes until the bus gets full to leave to Oslob. You have to know that Oslob is a small town so make sure you book your accommodation in advance. You can check below!

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HOW TO GET FROM MOALBOAL TO OSLOB BY PRIVATE CAR

If you are going from Moalboal to Oslob by private car or van you will take less than 3 hours. The bus stops very often so you will be able to save a lot of time with your car or van. Since there isn’t so much traffic in South Cebu.

Read here how to get from Cebu to Oslob!

WHERE TO STAY IN MOALBOAL AND OSLOB

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There are plenty of rooms and B&Bs, Airbnb available all over Moalboal that cost around 1000 PHP per night. That’s just $19 USD! This price is pretty cheap compared to other hotels and is perfect for those backpacking Moalboal and Oslob.

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