Cebu City Tour & Land Trips

Cebu City Tour

Explore the colorful Carbon Market where native products are sold, and take a look at the oldest church in Cebu – the Basilica Minor del Santo Niño. Near Fort San Pedro, which was built almost 500 years ago, you can also go to the National Museum. Visit the famous Taoist Temple where future can be told, and finally you will go shopping at the more than 5 hectare large shopping mall called “SM City”. During the trip you will enjoy a variety of authentic Filipino food.


Take a swimsuit and your sunscreen as we take you to explore the amazing waterfalls of the island. The three most popular ones are Kawasan, Tumalog and Aguinid but there are many more to choose from. Have a dip in the cold waters and refresh yourself after the hike through the wilderness. You will be surrounded by bamboo and the tropical rainforest, while sun beams will shine through the trees making the waterfall sparkle and shine.

Kawasan Waterfall

Osmeña Peak

Osmeña Peak is known to be the highest peak in the province and island of Cebu. It stands approximately 1,000 meters above sea level. Osmeña Peak is located within the vicinity of Mantalungon, a town that is around 700 to 800 meters above sea level and probably one of the highest towns in Cebu. Mantalungon has been known as the vegetable kingdom of Cebu.

Osmeña Peak is uniquely different from any other mountain peaks on the Philippines. Multiple jagged hills, or quite simply known as the Mantalungon range, are grouped together overlooking and stretching as far as the Badian shorelines. Visually it’s similarly formed like the Chocolate hills of Bohol, but they are thinner and sharper pointed peaks. One of the highest jagged yet almost perfectly formed hills was named Osmeña Peak in honor of the famous political Clan in Cebu.

It’s a beautiful place to experience and enjoy the magic of nature.

Osmena Peak Sunset

Bohol Island

Hop on our boat “Higala” and join us on a trip to the magical island of Bohol. You can explore the island or go diving.

The province is a popular tourist destination with its beaches and resorts. The Chocolate Hills are considered one of the Philippine’s natural wonders and Bohol is often referred to as the Jewel of the Philippines. They are hills made of limestone remains from coral reefs of the Ice Age when the island was submerged. They turn brown during the summer, hence their name. The Island is known for its wildlife, especially tiny monkeys called “Tarsier”. They are amongst the world’s smallest primates and indigenous to the island. Panglao Island, located just southwest of Tagbilaran City, is famous for its diving locations and listed as one of the top ten diving locations in the world.

Numerous waterfalls, rivers and caves as well as the “Man Made Forest” can be found on this island. There is also a butterfly farm on Bohol where you can view varied species of rare and beautiful butterflies.


Canyoning is a sport popular in several countries. It involves traveling down creeks or streams within a canyon by walking, swimming, climbing and abseiling.

Explore the adrenaline pumping action in Cebu’s hidden canyons. Rappelling down 30 meter waterfalls or free jumping into deep natural fresh water pools are a challenge for everybody. Even beginners can master it safely with the help of the experienced guides and introduction video lessons. At the end of the tour there are springs where you can take a bath and relax after a very exciting adventure. The adrenaline pumping thrill and fun combined with incredible tropical nature is something you will remember for a long time.

This exciting tour can be booked through us. Just ask our friendly staff for more information.

Mama Mary

Religious or not, believers or non-believers, people never fail to visit the Monastery of Holy Eucharist also known as “Birhen sa Simala”. It is not just famous for its miracles but also the architectural structure. Designed like those of the European cathedrals this place really is worth a visit. The inside of the building is a colorful place full of history and paintings. In the center you will find the statue of Mama Mary. People from all over the country come here to pray to Mary or write her letters. Miracles can happen if you truly believe in them.

Mama Mary

Whale Sharks in Oslob

Just a one hour drive down south is the village Oslob. Oslob is known for whale sharks which receive food every day from the fishermen. That’s why seeing whale sharks in Oslob is a safe bet. However, we don’t support this (you can read more about it in the document “Say No to whale shark feeding” available on our homepage). But if you really want to go there to get a picture of the situation, we will gladly drive you there by car.

Whale Shark

Lagnason Creek

Embark on a trek to probably one of the hardest obstacle adventure sites in the province. This hidden valley is a haven for biodiversity and endemic flora and fauna. Start off at the Cawayan Sumbria Bridge and experience a river trek that could put you on the list of certified adventurers. Discover huge black boulders, untouched waterfalls, treacherous river banks, impenetrable walls of thorny plants and slippery rocks. Scout for elusive monkeys and fruit bats as huge as foxes and observe in close range the characteristics of the fabled and endangered Cebu Black Shamas as they belt out their enchanting bird songs.

Lagnason creek is a natural habitat of four species of huge flying foxes roosting together by the hundreds in one colony, which is unique and the only one of its kind in the region.

Shama Bird

Obong Spring

The Obong Spring is a fresh water spring which emanates near the beach. Because of the steady outpour of water a pool of freshwater meets the sea, especially when the tide is high, and the water becomes brackish.

The spring is in the humble municipality of Dalaguete where Dalakit trees can be found. One local legend narrates how the town got its name. According to this legend Spanish soldiers passed the place where a woman took her bath. The visitors asked the name of the place. The woman couldn’t understand them, so she thought the Spaniards were asking for the name of the tree where they were standing, and she answered “Dalakit” which was eventually recorded as “Dalaguete”.

The huge, almost one century old Dalakit tree has remained and is still standing near the Obong Spring. Other small springs gush forth from other Dalakit trees. Its waters are naturally cold and refreshing. It is one of the best getaways during summer where the heat of the sun is excruciating.

Here you will meet many locals and enjoy the natural lifestyle.

Obong Spring