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Place to rest and relax and still in time for flight?

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Place to rest and relax and still in time for flight?

Hello advisors,

we will depart Cebu with check in luggage on a Wednesday, 1245pm. Check in time is 1045am.

Can we make it if we leave Bantayan or Camotes on the day? Are there domestic flights?

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Still at early stage of planning, would appreciate your opinion:

Cebu City first because it’s our first trip so attractions are all new and exciting. :)

Plan to end our last 3 days [really just 2 because of early flight :(] at somewhere idyllic with a nice beach, then straight to airport, without having to transfer to another hotel a day before our flight.

Moalboal/Alcoy are on my list if Bantayan and Camotes are out of question. Looking to stay near white sand clear water for swim and laze, no need to dive or snorkel as we can do day trip for that on first few days too. Pool and jacuzzi are bonus but not necessary :P

Someone kindly suggested Bohol, but it looks too nice and interesting to squeeze into this trip. I think it deserves another trip when we have more time.

Olango looks good too but I read that there’s no beach? More for divers and bird-watchers?

Hmm, where can we go without transferring hotel for the flight?

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1. Re: Place to rest and relax and still in time for flight?

Can we make it if we leave Bantayan or Camotes on the day? Are there domestic flights?

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No and No,

Of all the places mentioned, Moalboal is your best option.

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