Outdoor Adventures in Cebu that keep your Adrenaline Pumping
When in Rome, do as the Romans do. Should one do less than what Cebuanos do when in Cebu? No. There are numerous adrenaline-pumping activities one can do in this amazing island province in the Philippines that won't cost you an arm and a leg (I'm talking figuratively) unless, of course, you're the butter-finger, accident-prone, can't-follow-directions type, in which case you might take this statement literally.
Seriously, I'd like to walk you through several of these fun things you could do in Cebu. You might perhaps, have done one or two of these at some previous time or another, so you would be familiar with the exhilarating rush one would experience with that sense of new adventure and "danger".
You could climb the Osmeña Peak located at Mantalongon, Dalaguete Cebu, and savour the pristine mountain. You could also camp at the Peak. Don't forget to bring jackets as the wind would make you chill at the peak of the mountain.Read More »
Canyoneering in Matutinao Valley with its numerous small waterfalls and fresh water pools. Flex your muscles going upstream to the top, free climb up, struggling against the force of the waterfalls and in the cool and clear waters of the river swim against the current. Don't be surprised if you see some loose monkeys, large monitor lizards and rare species of birds amidst unique rock formations and lush greenery. The place has a rich wildlife and vegetation.Read More »
Rappelling is perfectly exciting and will boost your adrenaline till the sun comes down. One of the places best offered by the island in rappelling is by the bridge in the town of Talisay which lies within the Metro Cebu area so you do not have to go farther. The place is known as Campo 4 (literally, "fourth camp") and it is not a military camp!Read More »
If you're not a claustrophobe, (one with extreme fear of enclosed places) you might enjoy crawling inside mother earth and exploring the world of stalagmites and stalactites, dark caves and squeeze-tight holes. Binuthan, Igotan, Bayukbuk and Salay caves in Cebu are the known cavernous spots you might want to try exploring to enjoy a sense of discovery.Read More »
It's at Funstastic island in Medellin, Cebu that one finds a jumping spot at approximately 3 stories high (30 mts). There's another cliff-jumping spot in Malapascua Island that's 50 mts high. Are you bold enough to try this? Have you got the guts to surge off from the cliff top and jump into the water? Me? I'd go dizzy just jumping off from my bed!Read More »
No. Unfortunately, Cebu does not have any of those remote deserted, tiny islands where you could get stranded with Angelina Jolie or Piolo Pascual. What Cebu has are spectacularly beautiful, good-size islands and beaches with white sands looking and feeling like refined processed sugar and blue waters where you can go free-diving, snorkeling or scuba diving to marvel at the everyday spectacles happening in the underwater world.Read More »
Tanawan, Oslob in the south eastern part of Cebu is now famously known as the site for experiencing the rare sight of amazing whale sharks diving in and out and playing in the ocean. It is during the good weather, when the water is clear that these whale sharks come out.
They're huge and massive and are never known to be fiercely violent. So you can swim with them.. subject to government rules ... No feeding No approaching them less than 5 feet. Cameras can't have a flash... but you can swim with them, if you've got what it takes!
The Philippines is an archipelago, meaning it is a cluster of islands widely scattered along and near its coastlines. Some of the best islands though, could be found in the waters off Cebu. When we say best, we really meant terrific! Exploring and hopping within these islands could mean an enormous experience to witness and discover nature's ideal gifts to Cebuanos, and don't envy them, because you could still feel those, it is just a matter of going to them physically. The best islands and destination perhaps are on our random lists. These are our ideal destinations: Pandanon Island, Nalusuan Island, Hilutungan Island, Talima and Pescador Island.Read More »
As water falls from a steep height of a river or stream, a waterfall is formed that becomes cooler and cooler as it approaches the body of water below, Cebu has lot of them, and they really are so cooool and clear. Cliff jumping is one of the favourite activities many travellers preferred and opted to explore the waterfalls in this God-blessed, water-rich province that quenches your thirst. One of the main attractions in the island province of Cebu is their waterfalls located strategically in deep forest or near the city or wherever they are; you will find them easily within the province. We are proud to let you know 11 of Cebu's famous and most accessible waterfalls the province had produced, and they are not necessarily in this order of preference nor are they alphabetically arranged, you just sort them out and find the best for you, but finding less than two will surely leave you hanging, so, better read them and grab them all!Read More »
When somebody wants to fly and create an illusion of levitating in the sky, even for a few minutes, you can do it in Cebu. Zip lining had never been so exciting when you do it above the wilderness of Cebu. We have discovered some of Cebu's best Zip liners, and you will discover the uniqueness of each facility. After you soaked in the beaches and waterfalls of Cebu, zip lining could be added to complete your activity for the day, and it will not going to be boring. Zip on!Read More »
Skydiving in the Philippines is still not widely-done; in fact, there are only two places in the country where skydiving are rampant, Pampanga and Cebu. In Cebu, there are diving centers catering to students who want to experience the rush in skydiving and their instructors are willing to train and accompany them at 10, 000 to 13,000 feet in the skies of the Queen City of the South, to jump from an aircraft and fly with the wind gushing within their faces. The excitements greatly enhance their ability to maneuver, together with their instructors and they learn.Read More »
This 1-day experience at the Olango Island is one not easy to forget. It's about visiting native homes and tasting wine made from coconuts. It climaxes with a kayak ride on a high tide. truly a rare adventure you'd treasure. In the months between September and March, which are the migratory season, you'd see the bird sanctuary serving as a stop-over in this island for thousands of migratory birds on their way to New Zealand or Australia. Seeing this as one giant flock covering the sky is awesome.Read More »