Premium Cebu travel destinations: Canyoneering Adventure and Kawasan Falls tour package will give you a chance to visit the two most famous attractions in Badian, Cebu. Our experienced driver will take you to Badian and you will meet your local tour guide there. With the assistance of the tour guide, you will do the canyoneering activity first. This activity is one of the most exciting and daring adventures in the entire Philippines. Canyoneering, also known as canyoning, involves walking, scrambling, climbing, jumping, rappelling, and swimming through a river either upstream or downstream. Whether you’re a nature enthusiast, a history buff, or simply looking for a relaxing getaway, we have something for everyone. In our website, we’ll explore some of the fantastic tour packages within Cebu and Bohol with an offer that promise to make your visit to these islands an unforgettable adventure. Find more details on canyoneering Cebu.
Basilica del Sto. Niño: Just right beside the Magellan’s Cross is the oldest Christian church of the Philippines. Fray Andrés de Urdaneta, O.S.A. and Fray Diego de Herrera, O.S.A. founded Basilica del Sto Niño in 1565. Ferdinand Magellan’s “Sto Niño” which is the Holy Child Jesus statue is in this church. He had this Sto Niño when he converted Cebu’s chieftain Humabon and his wife to Christianity on April 14, 1521. The See of Rome labels this church as the “”Mother and Head of all Churches in the Philippines”.
Oslob Whale Sharks: Cebu Tourist Spots whale shark On the other side of the island is where you can experience swimming with the Oslob Whale Sharks, locally known as the “Tuki”. Oslob Municipality is known for old churches and beautiful beaches but became more popular because of the gentle giants – the Whale Sharks. Local fishermen would interact with the whale sharks by feeding them…until large number of tourists began to arrive in Oslob to see the whale sharks being fed. As a result, these tourists snorkel or dive with the whale sharks. Oslob Whale Shark watching is one of the top in the bucket lists of tourists who visit Cebu because of the rare experience. Most note worthy, when ever you have a close encounter with the Whale Sharks, it is not allowed to touch them.
Bamboo Rafting: For a more leisurely experience, visitors can rent bamboo rafts to traverse the pool at the base of the falls. These rafts are steered by skilled locals, allowing you to relax and soak in the surroundings as you drift along. Hiking: The hike to Kawasan Falls is relatively easy and takes you through picturesque paths within the jungle. It’s a great opportunity to immerse yourself in the lush landscape and spot some of the local flora and fauna. Swimming and Relaxation: Of course, simply taking a refreshing swim or basking in the natural pools at the falls is an activity. The clear, cool waters are a welcome respite from the Philippine heat.
Cebu is one of the most popular places to visit in the Philippines. Home to the country’s second largest city, as well as beautiful beaches and a rugged mountain interior, Cebu Island also boasts some of the Philippines’ best resorts. Cebu is part of the Visayas, which is one of the three main island groups in the Philippines. It is also considered the gateway island to some of the country’s best diving and snorkeling adventures, and many of the resorts here offer excursions, from swimming with whale sharks to diving thriving coral reefs.
Going south, you could climb the Osmeña Peak of Cebu in Mantalongon, Dalaguete (pronounced “Dalaget”). Standing at 1,013 meters above sea level, Osmeña Peak is the highest point in the entire island. Lime stones that have sharp protruding peaks which are perfect for taking pictures make up these hills. The peak is part of the Mantalongon mountain range that stretches as far as the municipality of Badian. It is considered a twin to Bohol’s Chocolate Hills. Further, the main activities here are hiking and camping. Most hikers prefer two hiking trails. The first one begins in Badian, passing by Kawasan Falls. On the other hand, the other one is in the town of Dumanjug, which culminates in Brgy Liong. In addition, when you trek going to the top of the mountain, don’t forget to bring your water, it will help you re-hydrate. See additional information at https://www.cebutours.ph/.