Rent a high speed power boat or local banca-boat or on a leisure sailing yacht. Visit sun-blessed beaches, guarded by powder white sands and colorful corals teeming with marine life. Sample the dive spots of Cabilao Island, Moalboal, Mactan, Sumilion and Olango. Swim in the beaches of Bantayan Isand, Malapascua Island, Argao, Oslob and Carmen. Explore the caves and lagoons of Calanggaman and Gato.
Cebu also has several golf courses, with varying degrees of difficulty and distance from the hotel. Mactan Coral Golf Club, Cebu Country Club and Alta Vista Golf and Country Club are currently Cebu's three champion courses located within the city limits. One is located in Mactan island near the airport. Alta Vista is in the mountainous section of the city and Cebu Country club is smack bang in Banilad Road near the city CBD.
Sun, sea and palm fringed beaches - an ideal area for divers who want to explore the fascinating underwater world of the Philippines. Scuba Diving is one of the most popular water sport activity in the Philippines. A great diversity of more than 800 species colourful corals, small to giant fishes, various-sized and textured shells, and other marine life that exist under its deep blue waters. The archipelago possesses a wide variety of major diving sites which made it famous to divers. Most can be reached on a day-trip, others require more time. For those who wish to take a complete course, with final qualification (PADI, SSI, NAUI certified), there are several places, which can be reached in a short time.
Shop till you drop or your money runs out in Cebu where there are fantastic bargains to be had. The country's leading producer of export-quality handicraft products, Cebu is a shopping haven for novelty items at bargain prices. Highly polished products also include fashion accessories, furnishings and giftware. For mall shopping, check out Ayala Center at the Cebu Business Park, SM-Cebu at the North Reclamation Area, and Gaisano Country Mall in Banilad. Good buys can also be had at Rustan's on Gen. Maxilom Avenue, at Rosita's Fuente and Robinson's Department Store along Fuente Osmeña. For souvenirs, go to Artevalman Handicraft Market in Bakilid, Mandaue City, or Island Souvenirs at Nasipit Talamban in Cebu City. The public markets of Carbon, Ramos and Taboan in Cebu City and the Mandaue Market are worth visiting.
And of course much, much more to do. Please ask the front desk for more detailed and updated information.