Before Traveling to Cebu
Local tourist will encounter no problem at all going to Cebu Island. A Filipino citizen can travel and enjoy freely every corners of this beautiful country, all they need is just an identification. Its gonna be different if you are from somewhere else and are planning to have a trip to Philippines, a passport will somehow do and you can enter here without visa but you will have a limited time. Its alright if you don’t have plans on staying longer than 21 days but If you can have a visa, your travel will be a lot more fun.
Where to exchange dollars in Cebu has been asked many times in our travel forum so we thought of creating a sticky thread for users with the same query but I guess not all users are savvy enough to look for these information. You can exchange your dollars at almost any shopping malls in the Philippines or even in the airport before you ever leave. In Cebu, you can find money exchanger in Malls or you might just want to withdraw cash in Peso through ATMs.
Most of the reason why people who wanted to travel to Cebu is to meet their girlfriends, some come to study in Cebu – maybe college degree or learn to speak English and most probably just want to enjoy life in a tropical island during summer. Some are just visit Cebu because they wanted to witness parties and street dancing during the great Sinulog Festival and some just visit for hours and head to the international Airport for their connecting flights. If you are here to stay in Cebu for quite awhile but don’t know where to stay I suggest you book to some resorts in this hotel list to enjoy what we can offer. You have come so far so push on and make it worthwhile.
A foreigner according to Department of Foreign Affairs [DFA] however can only stay in Cebu or in Philippines for 21 days without visa. Twenty One days actually is enough to enjoy the warm place and enjoy the white sand beaches but if you plan to stay longer than it, consider getting a Business Visa in some branches in the country or let a travel agency do it for you. It may cost a bit though. How to get here? Read more…
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