50 Must-try Things To Do In Cebu — Part 5

50 Must-try Things To Do In Cebu — Part 5

41. Freshwater fishing

Liloan has a trio of spots where you can try freshwater fishing, namely Co-Jordan, D’pond and Papa Kit’s Marina and Fishing Lagoon.

42. Zipline ride in Papa Kit’s


Speaking of Papa Kit’s, this fishing lagoon is also well-known for its 800-meter zipline ride.

43. Visit Esoy Hot Springs

Experience a nature trip like no other by visiting Esoy Hot Springs.

44. Swimming with the Butandings (whale sharks)


Swimming with the gentle sea giants in Oslob, Cebu is a surreal and memorable experience that you will surely cherish for years to come. For some travelers, this breathtaking experience may only happen once in their lifetime.

45. Water massage in Tumalog Falls

After getting up close and personal with Oslob’s butandings, go to the Tumalog Falls, and experience a refreshingly rejuvenating water massage.

46. Trekking in Dalaguete


Be mesmerized by the awe-inspiring views of the entire Cebu and its nearby islands by taking a trekking adventure to Dalaguete’s Osmeña Peak. For mountaineers and campers, the peak is also a great place to set up a camp.

47. Diving in Nalusuan Island

With its kaleidoscopic corals and turquoise waters, it is no wonder a lot of professional divers deem Nalusuan Island as one of the finest diving spots in the Philippines.

48. Spend a weekend in Kawasan Falls


The Kawasan Falls is an inviting natural wonder that delights its visitors with its dashing ice-cool waters, breathtaking natural backdrop, and relaxing vibe. A favorite weekend getaway among city dwellers in Cebu, this spectacular waterfall also has a plethora of adventures to offer to outdoor aficionados, including trekking, rock climbing, canyoneering, waterfall jumping and rapelling.

49. A week in an idyllic tropical paradise known as Bantayan


In Bantayan, you won’t find any flashy restaurants, chic shopping centers, luxurious hotels, movie houses and metro discos. Still, it continues to lure countless of way-faring foreigners and Filipinos every year, thanks to its warm locals, bucolic feel and of course, pristine white sand beaches like the highly acclaimed Sugar Beach.

50. A layover to a solemn shrine


Sacred and downright beautiful, the Simala Shrine is a splendid monastery with a medieval castle-like architecture. Known as a miraculous church, Simala Shrine is usually flocked with pilgrims who would pray and show their devotions to Mother Mary.

Cebu, as a booming city and a sought-after tourist destination, is oozing with pleasures, bonanzas and excitement in every corner. And to be honest, the suggestions shared in this list are just the tip of the iceberg. Despite its relatively small size, there are hundreds of treasures and exciting things you can do in the “Queen City of the South” and its nearby areas. I could list a hundred of them, but unfortunately I don’t have much time to do that. On the bright side, I’ll be sharing more about Cebu on the next posts. Till next time. Ayu ayu bai!

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(by Aldrich Infantado of Trekeffect)