Sulpa Island
Sulpa Island is known for its shallow water and it's perfect destination for Snorkeling.

Are you planning for Island hopping? Then, this is the right place for you. There is almost certainly that Cebu is honored with appealing islands that meet everyone’s desire and may even surpass it. Bantayan, Sumilon, Malapascua to name a few. Examples of these islands like Camotes. Favored with a dazzling lake, shocking holes, eminent cascades and those pristine white shorelines that for the most part attracted visitor in. Here’s the 15 Cebu Islands Perfect for Island Hopping.

15 Cebu Islands Perfect for Island Hopping

  1. Cebu

    Cebu Island

    Cebu is one of the most developed provinces in the Philippines, with Cebu City as the main center of commerce, trade, education and industry in the Visayas. In a decade it has transformed into a global hub for shipping, furniture-making, tourism, business processing services, and heavy industry.

  2. Bantayan Island

    Bantayan Island

    Bantayan Island is an island located in the Visayan Sea, Philippines. It is situated to the west of the northern end of Cebu island, across the Tañon Strait. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 120,447. The island is administratively divided into three municipalities: Bantayan, Madridejos and Santa Fe.

  3. Pacijan Island

    San Francisco consists primarily of Pacijan Island (also known as Pacijan Island[4]), as well as the tiny Tulang islet just north of Pacijan. Both islands are part of the Camotes Islands group in the Camotes Sea (that also includes Poro Island and Ponson Island). They are located east of the main island of Cebu, south, and west of Leyte and north of Bohol.

  4. Poro Island

    Poro Island is an island in the province of Cebu, located east of Cebu Island and west of Leyte Island. Two municipalities, Poro and Tudela, are located on Poro Island. It is one of the four Camotes Islands along with Pacijan Island, Ponson Island, and Tulang Island. The island is one of the early Pacific contact sites between the East and the West. Wikipedia

  5. Sumilon Island

    Sumilond Island

    Sumilon Island is a semi-private property owned and host by Bluewater Island Resort which developed the island into an eco-friendly safe haven for those who want to escape from the stress of having an everyday life. This Island is an island in Surigao City 45 minutes ride by pump boat from the city proper.

  6. Capitancillo Island

    Capitancillo Island

    Capitancillo Island (historically Islote de Captitoncillo and variously Capitancillo islet) is a small, coral island near Bogo City, Cebu, Philippines. The island is a protected marine sanctuary, featuring three dive sites and a lighthouse. Three areas around the island (the Ormoc Shoal, the Nuñez Shoal, and the southwest wall of Capitancillo) are recognized dive sites. Wikipedia

  7. Guintacan

    Guintacan Island

    Guintacan is an island of the province of Cebu in the Philippines. It lies about 25 kilometers (16 miles) off the west coast of Cebu, 12 kilometers northeast from Bantayan Island, and 10 kilometers from Hilantagaan Island. The island is within the municipality of Santa Fe and comprises three barangays: Hagdan, Kinatarkan, and Langub.

  8. Tulang

    Tulang Island

    Tulang Island is an island located East of Cebu Island and West of Leyte Island. It is part of Barangay Esperanza of San Francisco Town, Pacijan Island. Tulang is an islet but the locals divided it into two places: Tulang Diot and Tulang Dako. Tulang Dako is part of the mainland San Francisco, while Tulang Diot is a much smaller islet of Tulang Dako.

  9. Gilutungan Island

    Gilutongan Island

    Gilutongan Island is locally known as Hilutongan. It is an island with everything yet not all individual sees its hidden beauty and needs. It is the nearest island near Cordova, Cebu and lies about 12 km from the mainland of Mactan with an area about 11.26 hectares which entirely you can explore by just a few hours.

  10. Ponson Island

    Ponson Island

    The municipality is contiguous with Ponson Island, one of the four Camotes Islands in the Camotes Sea (along with Pacijan Island, Poro Island, and Tulang Island). The island is about 10.6 kilometers long and 3.7 kilometers wide. There are two main towns on Ponson: Pilar and Kawit. Kawit is the more picturesque of the two, with a lovely long, white-sand beach in the town proper: this is a great place to interact with locals in a small island community.

  11. Carnaza Island

    Carnaza Island

    Carnaza Island is a 173.5-hectare turtle-shaped island located north of the mainland Cebu in the Philippines. The island is bordered on all sides by the Visayan Sea. The island’s topography includes coastal plains, mangrove swamps, lagoons and semi-rounded hills. Its coastal plain constitutes about 9.7% while semi-rounded hills constitute the biggest portion of the island covering about 14.4% of the total area.

  12. Pescador Island

    Pescador Island

    Pescador Island is an island located in the Tañon Strait, a few kilometers from the western coast of the island of Cebu in the Philippines. It is part of the municipality of Moalboal. The island derives its name from the Philippines’ Spanish colonial heritage and the abundance of fish living on the surrounding coral reef, and the many fishermen that fish them (“Pescador” translates from Spanish to “fisherman”).

  13. Jilantagaan

    Jilantagaan Island

    Jilantagaan is a small island to the east of Bantayan Island in the Philippines. The entire island forms a single barangay of Santa Fe. This island total Population is 3,651 in 2010 and a total area of 4.25 km2 (1.64 sq mi) Area estimated from the satellite photograph. Wikipedia

  14. Mactan

    Mactan or Maktan is a densely populated island located a few kilometers from Cebu Island in the Philippines. The island is part of Cebu Province and it is divided into Lapu-Lapu City and the municipality of Cordova. The island is separated from Cebu by the Mactan Channel which is crossed by two bridges: the Marcelo Fernan Bridge and the Mactan-Mandaue Bridge. The island covers some 65 square kilometers and is home to some 470,000 people, making it the nation’s most densely populated island. Along with Olango Island Group, the isles are administered as 1 city and a municipality covering 75.25 square kilometers.

  15. Malapascua

    Malapascua is a Philippine island situated in the Visayan Sea, 6.8 kilometers across a shallow strait from the northernmost tip of Cebu Island. Administratively, it is part of the peninsular barangay of Logon, Daanbantayan, Cebu. Malapascua is a small island, only about 2.5 by 1 kilometer, and has eight hamlets.

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