Duration: 3 Hours
Overview: Discover the oldest colonial city of the Philippines by experiencing the charm of old Cebu and its most famous landmark, Magellan's Cross. The cross was first planted in 1521 to mark the spot where the native Filipinos were baptized into the Catholic faith. Next stop is the Fort San Pedro, which was the nucleus of the first Spanish settlement in the country and now has been turned into a museum park. Visit the St. Nino Church, Casa Gorordo Museum and the Taoist Temple at Beverly Hills. Final stop will be the handicraft stores for your shopping enjoyment.
Duration: 6 Hours
Overview: Enjoy and relax at the Marine Sanctuary, where the islands are surrounded by clear blue waters, white sand beaches and coral reef of untouched nature. The outrigger boat takes about 45 minutes across to the Hilutungan, Nalusuan and Talima Islands, with lots of marine species for you to enjoy snorkeling and fish feeding. A barbecue lunch will be served at another island, the travel time in between island take around 15 minutes by boat. Relax at the beach; enjoy a swim or do more snorkeling before returning to your hotel. If you get lucky, you might even see some dolphins right beneath your boat along the way.
Duration: 8 Hours
Overview: Discover the Island of Bohol by taking a convenient one hour and forty five minute ride on a fast ferry. Be amazed by the Chocolate Hills, a rolling terrain of no less than 1,268 giant mole hills, then stop by the Blood Compact site (first Treaty of Friend ship between Spain and Bohol) to take photos. Visit the Bilar man-made forest; stop at Baclayon Church, the oldest stone church in the country. Then board the Loboc River Cruise and enjoy a buffet lunch.
Duration: At your own pace
Overview: Just 130 km southwest of Cebu City and about a three hour bus ride, the Kawasan Falls are located inside the mountains of Barangay Matutinao, Badian.
From the entrance, walk uphill for about 1.5 km to get to the first waterfall. Kawasan has many waterfalls. The first one is the largest of the three, and is usually the most crowded. An uphill climb for fifteen minutes will take you to the second falls, and another, and another. Along the way, souvenir shops sell accessories such as beaded necklaces, bracelets, and Kawasan print t-shirts.
The pathway back is very dark once the sun sets so it's best to bring a flashlight. You should be extra careful in going down the slope especially the one descending from the second or third falls to avoid mishaps or accidents.
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