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South Cebu Adventure: Kawasan Canyoneering in Badian


Here's a treat for some travelers out there that wants an extraordinary adventure. In the town of Badian in Cebu, awaits this adventure. Canyoneering or Canyoning is the term used for traveling in canyons using a variety of techniques that may include other outdoor activities such as walking, scrambling, climbing, jumping, rappelling, and swimming. (as Wikipedia said).
Kanlaob River

How to get there

Badian is around 98 KM from Cebu City which is around a 3-hour drive. It is the next town to Moalboal and before Alegria. Aside from the canyoneering activity and Kawasan Falls, another attraction here its beautiful white-sand beaches like Badian Island and the unspoiled Lambug Beach.
Road sign going to Kawasan Falls

FROM CEBU 
  • Ride a bus in South Terminal bound to Bato via Barili then alight in Brgy. Matutinao
  • From there, you can contact your tour provider to pick you up.
  • Alternatively, you can take a GT Express van to Badian from Cebu Citilink terminal just near South Terminal
  • Earliest trip for a non-AC bus is at 2 am, while 5 am for AC buses.
  • Bus fare is around PhP 120-150, while van costs around PhP 100.00

  • Ceres bus from Bato en route to Cebu

    FROM OSLOB 
  • Ride a bus going to Bato and alight in Ceres bus terminal
  • From there, you can ride a bus again bound to Cebu, then alight in Brgy. Matutinao in Badian

  • Tour Guides

    There are a lot of tour providers and guides that can be found online. I inquired to some of them and offered almost the same price range. The canyoneering activity usually cost PhP 1500.00 per person that includes the tour guide, safety gears like life vests and helmets (some with aqua shoes), snacks (some with lunch and dinner) and transportation to and from the jump off point. We got Highland Adventures PH for our tour guide.
    Life vests with snacks

    If you are looking for a cheaper tour guide, you can also ask around the actual area. A local asked me where did I get our tour guide and I answered online, and he said that some freelance tour guide offers around PhP 1300.00 and up. Here's some tour provider you can contact. 


  • Highland Adventures PH: +63 917 950-8750
  • Albert Aspacio: +63 935 925-4769
  • Choy Daruca: +63 910 235-9786
  • Ronald Diluvio : +63 905 968-2225
  • Manong and Joseph (freelance) : +63 930 244-2244

  • Do's and Dont's

  • DO wear life vests regardless of how good you swim, and helmets all the time.
  • DO wear proper footwear like trekking shoes or aqua shoes.
  • DO always listen and follow your tour guide.
  • DO hydrate before the activity or bring a drinkable water.
  • DO pack light and avoid unnecessary things to bring
  • DO canyoneering early so fewer people are there

  • DO NOT jump anywhere you feel to, ask your tour guide first.
  • DO NOT throw trash anywhere, just put it in your pocket, please.
  • DO NOT bring gadgets, that might get wet. If you really wanted to bring, put it in a RELIABLE dry bag like the ones from HULL & STERN

  • Preparing to jump!

    Awesome dry bag from HULL & STERN!

    Be sure to check out HULL & STERN's site and Facebook Page for their awesome and reliable dry bags before your trip!

    KANLAOB CANYONEERING UPDATES - October 2016:

    Canyoneering Activity is now open! All tour providers now have a regulated rates which you can check below:
    • Canyoneering from Kanlaob river to Kawasan Falls
    • Price: Php 1,500 per pax (government-mandated price)
    • Minimum person: 5 pax (2 guides)
    • Start time: any time from 6:00 am to 2:30 pm

    For solo guests or groups that are less than 5 persons, you can avail their special trip for:
    • 1 Pax: Php 2,500 each
    • 2 Pax: Php 2,000 each
    • 3 Pax: Php 1,800 each
    • 4 Pax: PhP 1,600 each

    *KANLAOB CANYONEERING UPDATES - June 09, 2016:

    As of June 01, 2016, Kanlaob River, the canyoneering site in Barangay Compostela in Alegria and Barangay Matutinao in Badian IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED up to August 1, 2016. The alternative to Kanlaob River, Cancalapi River is also currently closed. The only option you could do now is an upstream hike from the third level of Kawasan Falls up to Kabukalan river.

    Where to stay

    There are a lot of beach resorts in Badian where you can stay. There are also rooms in the Kawasan Falls vicinity. We originally planned to stay in Badian for just a day, but since our phones (yes, all our phones) also swam in the river, we had no way to contact some resorts or accommodation in Moalboal, hence we stayed in Badian.
    2-storey rooms in La Playa Resort

    We stayed in La Playa Resort where we also got picked up by our tour guide. Their fan room costs PhP 1200 good for 2. The owner, a very kind old lady that only speaks English and Bisaya (too bad I forgot her name) gave us the room for PhP 500.00 only since we will leave early morning.

    Here's the contact number of La Playa +63 932 475-1194 or +63 927 808-0972. You can also leave your baggage there for PhP 50.00.
    View from our room in La Playa Resort

    Canyoneering!

    The whole activity will take around 3 hours but can take 4 hours for a bigger group. You can choose between downstream canyoneering which is from Kanlaob River in Algeria to Kawasan Falls or upstream canyoneering, Kawasan Falls to Kanlaob River. If you are a beginner, I suggest downstream first since upstream is pretty difficult. In downstream, you'll be jumping, swimming and walking while in upstream, replace that jump with a climb.
    Stream of waters

    We started the activity by signing a waiver and putting on our safety gears. Then we ride a motorcycle ("habal-habal") to the registration area in the town of Algeria. After the registration, you will walk to Kanlaob river.
    Waiver you'll sign before starting
    Habal-habal ride going to the registration area

    When you reach the river, you will be rappelling down to a cliff, then comes the exciting part. You'll have to jump into the river. The water in the river is very blue and have a normal temperature. Not so cold, and not so warm.
    Rappelling down a cliff
    Jump!

    Mostly you'll be in the water either swimming, floating or walking. Some parts of the river are deep and some are rocky so you better swim carefully. There are amazing rock formations and small caves. Wherever you look around is just beautiful, that you just want to take pictures every time. There are also small caves that you'll pass through. You can play with the streaming waters or relax for a bit.
    Crossing on a bamboo bridge
    Walking sideways to avoid streaming water
    A little spelunking
    Swimming again
    Climbing a rock
    Sliding down after climbing
    Amazing view
    Deep level area where part of the river is covered with huge rock
    Under the covered area
    A small cave along the river
    Rocky part
    The water current from the portion where the river is covered by the huge rock is strong, that our dry bag got water inside. That is the part our phones and other gadgets got wet. So I really suggest not to bring any gadgets except waterproof ones. After traversing the river and jumping from some waterfalls, you'll be hiking through a forest until you reach the third level of Kawasan Falls.
    Our tour guide holding our wet gadgets
    Hiking through the forest
    A little of river crossing
    Near the third level waterfall
    The third level of Kawasan Falls is the smallest. There is a part where spring water comes out from the mountain which you can actually drink according to our tour guide. Just near the third level is a man-made dam.
    Third level of Kawasan Falls
    Spring water from the mountain
    Relaxing for a bit
    The man-made dam
    Another view of the man-made dam

    Just a short walk again is the second level of Kawasan Falls which is so much bigger than the previous. This is also where the eateries and rooms for an overnight stay, are located. When we reach the second level, we immediately put our soaked gadgets in a bucket of rice and we had our lunch.
    Second level of Kawasan Falls
    Rooms and tables in the second level.

    The place is so beautiful I almost forgot that our phones are in a bucket of rice and went jumping from the waterfalls and playing in the swing.
    Magnificent view
    Preparing to jump
    Playing around the swing
    Just a short walk again is the first level of Kawasan Falls. It is the biggest level. There are also eateries and rooms in this area. There's also cottages and raft for rent as well as life vests.
    First level of Kawasan Falls
    Stunning Kawasan Falls

    It's a definitely a must try adventure in Southern Cebu. So be sure to include this to your list when traveling to Cebu. I'm sure that I'll be back and try out the upstream canyoneering. It's a worth it experience!
    Cheers from Badian!


    Video: Kawasan jumps!


    Kawasan Canyoneering Jumps
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    Hey there, thanks for reading! I hope you enjoyed reading my article and helped you out with some travel tips and ideas. Please do leave a comment if you have some comments or suggestions and I'll gladly answer it. Cheers!

    87comments:

    1. nice blog mike!!! did you use go pro all throughout your still and video shots?

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      1. Thank you Jodegs! For the video yes, for the photos most of it are shot using GoPro since my other camera got soaked in this activity LOL!

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    2. Sounds ur activity was worth it

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    3. Nice blog sir! How much was your total cost here? And when there's a whale shark? Thanks! :)

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      1. Hi Ai,

        We got the canyoneering + Osmeña Peak tour P1500 per person. For the whale sharks in Oslob, I think it's all year round.

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      2. Good AM Sir,

        is it ok to ask for your contacts or where you got the Canyoneering + Osmena Peak (for 1500) package? I would love to do that anytime this month or may.

        Thanks

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      3. Hi Coy, I actually added the contact number of our provider Highland Adventures above. Anyways, here's the number for your convenience Highland Adventures PH: +63 917 950-8750

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    4. Hi Sir, Nice article! Meron po ba kayo contact para sa canyoneering? Thank you.

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      1. Hi Nica, you can check the contact numbers of some tour providers above :)

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    5. Mike, my friend is afraid to jump in one of the passageways. is there any way to get around by not jumping?

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      1. In some parts of the river, you'll definitely need to jump since there is no other way down. Maybe you could ask your tour guide if they can use a rope to rappel your friend down.

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    6. Very nice pictures ! And the water look so nice ! If one day you come in France, you have to try the canyoning in the Verdon gorges. This is my website, where you can see pictures and videos :
      Canyoning Verdon
      Thank you for your blog, is very nice.

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      1. Sorry, the link was not working, this is the good link :
        Canyoning Verdon

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      2. Thank you! It is my dream to go in France, hopefully one day I can visit it! :)

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    7. Hi Mike. Your blog is very informative. :)

      Do you happen to know kung what time ang last trip going out of Cebu to any point South?

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      1. Hi Mark, I think the last trip of Ceres Buses is around 7 or 8pm.

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    8. Hi mike. What time did they pick you up at your accomodation and what time have you finished the canyoneering?

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      1. Hi Aj, We arrived at Badian around 9 am. We started around 9:30am and finished around 1pm.

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    9. Do we need to have a reservation for canyoneering? pwede po ba walk in lang? Thank you, first time namin ito, so we thought of DIY or package stuff.

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      1. Hi Nica, yes, you can go walk-in. Marami rin kasi nag o-offer ng canyoneering tour around the area. Some are even cheaper, but I'm not sure if they are trained or certified. It's better pa rin if you have reservation just to be sure. :)

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    10. Hello po! Kaya po ba ng isang araw ang canyoneering + Osmena peak tour? and during canyoneering, san po pwede mag iwan ng gamit. thank you.

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      1. Yup, canyoneering is around 3-4 hours only so you could go to Osmeña Peak after. There are resorts in Badian where you can leave your stuff. In La Playa Resort, locker fee is around PhP 50-100 (sorry, I forgot the exact amount).

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    11. Hi Mike. Pagbaba ba ng bus ano yung malapit na resort na pwedeng pagiwanan ng gamit? Plano kasi namin dumiretso from airport. then after ng canyoneering activities balik kami ng cebu city :)

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      1. Hello, along the highway is La Playa Resort, doon din kasi kami pinick-up ng guides namin. You can also ask your guides, baka mayroon kasing mas malapit na resort sa pick up area niyo :)

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    12. Hi mike,
      Bkit po hindi nlng kau ngstay sa isang resort?

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      1. Hi Yhna, our original plan kasi is, after the canyoneering we'll head to Moalboal and doon na magstay for the night since we'll be diving the next day.

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    13. Hi Mike, this is really a great help! By the way, initial plan kasi namin is manggaling ng Oslob for the whaleshark watching. Possible ba na after sa Oslob dumiretso sa Badian? Pwede po ba humingi ng details, like ano ang sasakyan, how much, travel time etc.? Thank you sa help!

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      1. Hi Ella, for the travel time, around 2 and a half hours from Oslob to Badian. After niyo mag Tumalog Falls, you can wait for Ceres buses bound to Cebu along the main road then baba lang kayo Badian. If ever mahirapan kayo makasakay sa highway, you can ride a tricycle to Ceres Terminal in Bato. P62 ang fare from Bato to Badian, and for the tricycle, medyo mahal siningil sa amin P90 per person. Just negotiate na lang with the driver :)

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      2. Wow great! Thanks a lot for your help!

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    14. Hello Mike!

      I'm planning to go canyoneering next month diyan sa Kawasan Falls. This could be a stupid question pero kasi I can't swim or float but I really want to do what you did there. Dapat ba talaga marunong ka mag-swimming kapag tatalon ka or mag-slide? It looked deep kasi e doon sa tinalunan mo. Kahit ba may life vest and other safety gear okay lang? Scared kasi ako HAHAHA thanks LD

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      1. Hi Ron, it's okay if you don't know how to swim since meron namang life vest, pag ka talon mo sure na lulutang ka agad hehe. The guides will also be there to assist you so don't have to worry. Don't be scared, after the first jump, gu-gustohin mo ulit na tumalon pa LOL!

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    15. Great! I'm relieved to hear that! HAHAHA!

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    16. Hi! Do you have an idea if there's an available ceres/bus in Toledo to go to Badian?

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      1. Hi Precious, based here: http://www.cebu.gov.ph/cebu-south-bus-terminal-bus-schedules/ there are Ceres buses in Toledo, I'm just not sure if their route is going south or just in Cebu City.

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    17. Nice and very informative blog! 😊

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    18. Thanks for your nice blog!
      We will visit Cebu in this June. Should I connect Highland Adventures and make the reservation now? Thank you a lot!

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      1. Thank you :)

        Yup, you can have reservation now, but they do also accept reservations within a week before your travel.

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    19. Thank you for your blog! I enjoyed reading it. I saw one comment about not knowing how to swim and you said it's still ok to go for it.i read in one article though it's a requirement to know how to swim (forgot the website though). Are the tour guides or the agency you signed up for the package require or mentioned it?

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      1. Hi Janice, it's not actually required since you'll have your life vest and safety gears and mayroon lang na certain parts na malalim that you can just go floating with your vests. But make sure to always listen to you tour guide and get a licensed one :)

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    20. Thank you for your blog! I enjoyed reading it. I saw one comment about not knowing how to swim and you said it's still ok to go for it.i read in one article though it's a requirement to know how to swim (forgot the website though). Are the tour guides or the agency you signed up for the package require or mentioned it?

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    21. Hi mike. Pag dalawa lang po ba kami sa canyoneering 1,500 padin po ba each? Thanks po.

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      1. Yes po, their updated rate is PhP 1500 for 2 pax. I've also posted their updated rates above :)

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    22. Hi, can you explain more about the osmena peak tour?
      or maybe can u explain the intinerary for the canyoneering + osmena peak tour?
      i really wanna do both.
      planning to stay in cebu city and catch the bus to badian. From your post i know how to get there already but how about the way back to cebu city if i do not plan to stay there for the night. Will there be a bus back to cebu city in the evening?

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      1. Hi Zii, the canyoneering is usually first on the itinerary. It starts around 7-8am and then will be finished around 11 am or 12 noon. Then followed by the Osmeña Peak. In our case we left Badian past 2 pm and arrived at Osmeña Peak around 3-4 pm. We waited for the sunset so we got back around 7 pm in Badian. For the bus back to the city, yes there are and you can just catch one on the highway.

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    23. Hi Mike,

      Nice blog! Will be going there this september possible kaya na if I avail like ung package mo na "canyoneering plus osmeña peak", magawa ko in a day kapag meron pa ako ng early morning ng Oslob Whale Shark Watching? thanks hope you reply Mike :)

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      1. Thank you :) I think it would be best if separate day mo na lang yung Oslob, since Badian to Oslob is around 2-3 hours. but if you went very early for the whale shark, I think it is still possible considering you would leave Oslob at exactly 6 am.

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    24. Hi mike, what if mag isa lang ako mag cacanyoneering? Magkano kaya aabutin non? Thanks!! 😊😊

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      1. Hi, I'm not sure about the rates today since niregulate na nila pero if mag isa ka lang I think its around 1500 ++.

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    26. Nice blog �� Me and my friends are visiting Cebu next month , just wanna ask how long would it take to explore kawasan falls ?

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      1. Hi Jeszelle, thanks! If just Kawasan Falls, then just around half an hour or less. But if you will go full canyoneering it would take 3-4 hours :)

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    27. Hi mike, may i know if the weather tomorrow is good enough to go canyoneering and kawasan falls.?how to go there if coming from cebu city? Thank you

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    28. Great blog, Mike! Just wondering, is there any way to reach Kawasan Falls without intense physical activities? I like to bring my old parents there eh.

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      1. Hi Ian, yes you could go directly to the third level of Kawasan Falls. Just a short walk from the main road, and they could also ride a tricycle.

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    29. Hi Mike, Do you think that the kids (10 and 12 years old) will be able to to do the downstream canyoneering (if they open again)?

      Br, Jesper

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      1. Hi Jesper, I think they are a little too young for the activity. There are certain areas that you really need to jump and even some adults are terrified in these jumps LOL! And it might be a little dangerous for small kids to cross strong streams.

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    30. Hi po sir. Question lang po anu mas magandang unahin oslob whaleshark watching or canyoneering osmena peak? Thanks po

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      1. Hi, mas okay unahin yung whale shark para hindi pa masyado mainit at most active sila I believe in the morning.

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    31. HI, I'll be in Cebu for 4 days and 3 nights...arriving at Cebu around 3 PM the first day and flying out 12 noon in Day 4

      My plan is for Day 1 is to just explore the city.
      Day 2 and Day 3 are for Canyoneering + Osmena peaks and Whale Swimming at Oslob + fall

      I was planning in staying at Cebu city but now i think that's too much time travelling and less exploring.

      Would you recommend spending the night in either Oslob or Badian?
      How would you arrange my itinerary?
      Any recommendations on what to check in Cebu City?

      Thank you

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      1. Hi there, I suggest that after the city tour, you proceed to Oslob for Day 2 and then Badian for Day 3. You can check my other blog post for destinations in Cebu City :)

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    32. Love this blog sir. It's detailed and you answered all querries so mine was answered already.
      We will be in Cebu next month. We plan Oslob,kawasan falls and Osmeña Peak in one day. Then Mantayupan falls next day.
      Is this a good idea? Any suggestions for we want to chase the waterfalls in 2 days.

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      1. Hi Rose, thanks. If you are just going to Kawasan Falls, without canyoneering, that would do. You can go to Oslob early morning, then Badian for Kawasan falls and Osmeña Peak at the afternoon. :)

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    33. Hi Mike my children are very adventurous, were booked to go to Cebu on Jan. Our iteneraries, 1 day to Oslob, Sumilon then to check in at Moalboal hotel. Next day is to Kawasan Falls, they want to book the canyoneering, Pls. help us for the information, to book in advance for 3 to 4 adults. What else they can do in one day? I'm 57 years old, don't know how to swim, I don't know if I can do it. Pls. advise. Thanks. Tita Tina

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      1. Hi Tita Tina, You can book early by contacting some of the tour guides I mentioned above. For the children, I'm not sure if children can go canyoneering since there are a lot of jumping, climbing that might not be very safe for children. If they won't go canyoneering, they could just see Kawasan Falls and then ride a the bamboo raft. The canyoneering activity is around 4 hours, it doesn't require that you know how to swim, but, it is really physically challenging.

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    34. need to visit this place again its been a long time already... i miss her

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    35. sir possible ba na magawa ang whaleshark watching in Oslob and Canyoneering in one 1 day in case na 7AM ang dating namen sa MActan airport,?

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    36. Hi Raymond, I think that's a bit too late na. Oslob is 3-4 hours away from Cebu, so mga 10-11 AM na ang dating niyo sa Oslob. Let's say you will be leaving Oslob around 1-2 PM, another 2 hours from Oslob to Badian, so 3-4 ang dating niyo doon. So maybe just do Oslob the next day na lang.

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    37. Hello! Possible ba ang Canyoneering and Osmena Peak in one day? considering na nanggaling pa kami ng cebu then balik kami after the said activities?

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    38. Hi Mike, until what time yung Canyoneering?? Thanks

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    39. Hi Mike. Ilang oras travel from cebu to badian for canyoneering? 1500package is good for 2 na? How about going to kawasan? Iba paba ang payment not included sa 1500 na alloted for canyoneering only? Thanks.:)

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    40. Hi, i want to go from cebu to kawasan by bus around 6pm then i will sleep close to the sea in some hostel. Then i want to go to kawasan falls and pass the morning there. After that i want to go to dumaguete, how do i get a bus from kawasan falls road to dumaguete?

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    41. Hi sir mike. May byahe po ba directly from oslob or badian going to bohol? Were planning kasi mag bohol din.

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    42. Hi sir mike. May byahe po ba directly from oslob or badian going to bohol? Were planning kasi mag bohol din.

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    43. Hi i have a flight going to bohol but im planning to make side trip to cebu to do canyoneering and whleshark watching, and to visit sumilon beach as well. is it possible to it overnight?

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    44. Hi! Thank You for sharing your experience and knowledge about Cebu this is very helpful! more power to you ! and more adventures to come!

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    45. Hi Mike! Possible kaya na Whale watching muna ako tapos tumalog falls then badian canyoneering afterwards? hindi kaya magiging tight ang oras? thanks need ko lang talaga advice sa ngayon.

      Tapos pwede ba ang WALK-IN sa whale watching at sa canyoneering? Thanks tlga

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      1. Hi Brian, yup, good yan, basta start early sa whale shark, mga 6 am dapat and pwede ka lang din mag walk-in. For the canyoneering, I suggest pa reserve kana since afternoon na ang schedule mo doon.

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    46. Hi Mike! How much yung aabutin if we were planning na DIY yung Canyoneering(walk-in) or suggestion na if DIY or Package tour agencies yung iaavail namin? Thanks. :)

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    47. Hi Mike! How much yung aabutin if we were planning na DIY yung Canyoneering(walk-in) or suggestion na if DIY or Package tour agencies yung iaavail namin? Thanks. :)

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      1. Hi Alex, they have standard rates na for it. So probably the same rates as posted above. Yung mga freelance tours maybe they can give you a discount.

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      2. Hi mike! I so love your blog..very informative! Me and my friend are planning to go there on july. Possible kaya na mahabol namin flight pauwi ng davao at night?

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    48. HI! Do you know any go pro rentals in cebu?

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    49. HI! Do you know any go pro rentals in cebu?

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    50. Hi sir, was wondering if the rate of 1300 that you said sa mga freelance ay included na free lunch and osmena peak? I was quoted for a canyoneering kasi of 1300 however when I asked if included na yung osmena peak he said that additional 500 daw. So the total price would be 1800 each and I asked for a discount and he said that 1700 yung last price. I have been noting kasi sa mga blogs na normally 1500 talaga yung cost. So I am not sure if they are charging too much sa 1700 (canyoneering and osmena peak). Thank you!

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