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Next Courses

2 day AIDA 2 Beginner Course Moalboal - starting April 29, May 6,13,20,27
3 day AIDA 3 Advanced course Moalboal - May 18
But you can always email us for extra course dates!


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Cebu to Moalboal


Cebu City itself is a travel hub. International Airport (on Mactan Island), Taxis and Ferries going to most other Philippine Destinations.

Moalboal is located 92 km south west from Cebu City on Cebu Island. There are several ways to reach Moalboal:

Freediving Philippines is offering its courses within quiet and beautiful Club Serena on White Beach! Thats 15 minutes away from Panagsama! This is where the course starts on the first day at 9am. But we are only there during courses.

If we don't teach you find us in our new sales office in Panagsama. Just beside The French Coffee Shop.

The place for the deep diving training on day 2 and 3 of a typical AIDA 2 course is then either by boat or beach entry.

To maximize your learning we do not make your first training dives in front of Panagsama where there is more waves and stronger currents. We often begin the training in one of the protected bays! 

Pick up by van - We can pick you up with a comfortable and big Mercedes MB 100 - Aircon van for pickups. Good for 10 person - Php 5,000 - 115 US - Cebu - Moalboal one way.

By Bus - in Cebu City go to the South Bus Terminal - there are departures every 30 minutes to Moalboal (travel time: two and half hours). We recommend the yellow Ceres bus line. Cost one way: PHP 109.- From the bus stop in Moalboal take a tricycle (motorbike with side car) to White Beach, Club Serena Resort, around 6km distance. Last bus from Moalboal to Cebu is at 8pm. Last bus starting from Cebu depends on passenger Volume, so for flights arriving in Cebu after 10pm we recommend taking a taxi from the airport straight to Moalboal.

By taxi - We can arrange a taxi to bring you convenient from Cebu City or the Airport to Moalboal. (around PHP 2,800.- 65 US per taxi, one way).

Flights - Cebu City has an International Airport on Mactan Island just 30 minutes by taxi from Cebu City Center.

International flights service the island from Hongkong (by Cathay Pacific Airlines and Philippines Airlines), Singapore (by Silk Air and Qatar Airlines), Kuala Lumpur ( by Malaysia Airlines), Osaka and Tokyo (by Philippine Airlines), Europe (Qatar Airways via Doha – Good, Cheap and only 1 Stopover).

From Manila, there are flights to Cebu every hour by several domestic airlines. From Cebu you can travel by air or sea to almost any other point in the Philippines. Cheap local flights are offered by Cebu Pacific, Tiger Air, Air Asia and Airphil Express. Cebu City also has ferrys going to nearly all popular travel destinations in the Philippines.