Monday, August 15, 2016

CEBU Day 3: Swimming with whale sharks & Rock/Waterfalls climbing

I understand now why Cebu is famous to both foreign and local tourists, this province is the total package! I know we weren't able to visit ALL its attractions but for the whole 3 days, we were able to experience a historical/ cultural tour around the city, climbed a mountain, saw a very rich marine life, chased waterfalls, swam with whale sharks and even did a combination of rock and waterfalls climbing!

Swimming (or snorkeling haha) with whale sharks (Oslob, Cebu)
This is a must-visit destination in Cebu. Our guide told me that all year round, there are a lot of tourists so there's no specific "peak season" but of course, summer is still the most crowded time!

Monday, August 1, 2016

CEBU Day 2: Morning trek, Snorkeling & Chasing Waterfalls

Here's the continuation to my previous Day 1 post and our second day on the 6th best island in the world! Since we were so satisfied and happy with our trip, I would like to mention and thank Kuya Jojo for arranging our South Cebu adventures. His team were responsible from all the things we did that you'll see starting from this blog post hahaha. So if you guys plan to visit Cebu and go on adventures, my friends and I gladly recommend him!

Osmena Peak (Dalaguete, Cebu)
Our 2nd day started very early- we were picked up at 6:00 am from where we were staying in the city and had more than 2 hours ride going to our first destination. We arrived in Dalaguete before 5:00 am and we had to stay inside the van for a while because it was too foggy yet. The trek was an easy one but considering that we're (especially me) "couch" people, we got exhausted easily hahaha but fortunately, our guides were so patient!
The fog still covered the view by the time we reached the summit but our tour guides' photography skills were so awesome! They were also enthusiastic about taking our photos so we had plenty of great shots.