Highland Attractions in Metro Cebu

Sirao Peak Cebu: Overnight Camping

Yesterday, celebrated Earth Hour by conquering one of Cebu City’s summits – Mt. Kan-irag. Famously known as Sirao Peak, it is situated in the mountain baranggay of Sirao, within the purview of Cebu City. It is approximately 700 meters above sea level, with a summit that boasts of great scenic views of Metro Cebu and the hilly lands of Busay.

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View from the summit of Mount Sirao

 

How to get to Sirao Peak or Mt. Kan-irag.

From Lahug Cebu , it takes about a 30-minute drive or habal-habal (motorcycle taxi) ride to get to the foot of the mountain. For campers bringing private cars, there’s a space at the foot of the mountain to leave their vehicles for the night. Park at your own risk.

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View from the foot of Mount Sirao

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Space where pivate cars park at the foot of Sirao Peak

 

The Ascend to Sirao Peak

From the foot of Sirao, it only takes about 15-20 minutes to reach the summit, considering you are moving up on a normal pace. Expect the ascend to be a bit steep. Also, prepare for a walk on a narrow pathway with plants and grass on both sides of the path as you rise to the peak. There’s NO ENTRANCE FEE (as of 20 March 2016).

Ascend to Sirao Peak

Ascend to Sirao Peak

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Ascend to Sirao

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Ascend to Sirao

 

 

The Peak 

To secure a good camp spot, it is highly recommended to start your ascend at 1:00PM – specially on weekends when the peak gets a bit packed. A scenic sunset, a beautiful view of Cebu’s nightscape and a majestic sunrise are your treats at the peak. Plus, a very cold weather of up to 16 degrees during the night.

Descending back to the foot of the mountain may begin a few minutes after breakfast the next day at around 8:00AM-9:00AM, before the heat from the sun intensifies.

And yes, there is mobile signal (but data signal is intermittent).

Also, be reminded that there are no comfort rooms at the peak. Taking a leak is pretty much easy  but waste matter discharging is a bit challenging. So visiting the toilet before ascending is necessary.

 

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Find a spot to assemble your tent

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Sunset from Sirao Peak

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Nightscape of Metro Cebu

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Sunrise at Sirao Peak

 

What to Wear to Sirao

It’s beneficial to wear a dri-fit shirt, body and leg rash guard and hiking shoes during the trek up the mountain; and a thermal nightwear for a comfortable sleep.

What to Bring

Below is a list of  basics to bring for the camping. You may add things that you need to the list of basics, but put in mind that bringing too much stuff will make your bag heavier than it already is, and may make your climb a bit toiling.

1. Tent

2. Sleeping bag

3. Slippers

4. Thermal Nightwear/ Sleep wear

5. Jacket

6.Extra Clothes (Shirt, pants/shorts, undies, socks, etc)

7. Flashlight

8. Food and Water – Food: Afternoon Snacks, Dinner, Midnight Snacks, Breakfast | Water – atleast 3 liters each for the overnight trip

9. First Aid Kit and Medicines (betadine, band aids, paracetamol, etc)

10. Ear plugs / eye cover

11. Toiletries – wet tissue, alcohol/alcogel, Mosquito repellant lotion, sunblock, etc

12. Raincoat/ rain gear (just in case it rains)

And on your descent, do not forget to bring all your trash with you. Keep the mountain clean for the next campers.

 

See more photos from this camping trip by visiting my Life+Style and Travel Blog, Doyzkie.com.  

 

Guining Falls, Cebu City

It may not be as majestic as Kawasan in Badian or as mesmerizing as Dao in Samboan but Guining Falls treats its guests with a scenic trek in the Tabonan Forest, a cool intimate private pool and it’s just within Cebu City!

Guining 5

 

The trek from Tabunan Barangay Hall to Guining Falls takes about 25 minutes, passing through a coconut plantation and into the inner section of Tabunan forest. Tabonan came from the word “tabon”  or scrubfowl, a bird specie which used to live in concentration in the area. But sadly today, there’s no more sightings of scrubfowls or tabon in Tabonan Forest.

Tabunan/Tabonan is 1 of the 31 barangays comprising the Cebu City Highlands.

Guining Falls 1

Guining Falls 2

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Guining Falls 3

 

How to get to Guining Falls: 

From Cebu City V-hire Terminal (now located at the back of Compania Maritima Building, SRP), ride a van bound for Balamban. Tell the driver to drop you off at “iskina Barangay Cantipla and Barangay Tabunan/Tabonan” (corner of Barangay Barangay Cantipla and Barangay Tabunan/Tabonan). From there, ride a habal-habal (motorcycle for hire) to Tabunan/Tabonan Barangay Hall.

Be sure to let your habal-habal driver wait for you until you are done trekking, because he’ll be your only way to get back to the main road. Then instruct your driver to drop you off in Busay, just at the foot of Mountain View Resort/ Lantaw Restaurant. From there, you can ride a jeepney or another habal-habal to JY Square.

Note: Before hopping on to a Habal-habal, be sure that you have negotiated the fare for the trip. The trip is from the corner of Barangay Cantipla/ Barangay Tabunan to Tabunan Barangay Hall in Tabunan, then to Busay. Habal-habal fare for this trip starts at 500php for 2 people.

Before heading to Guining Falls, you can call Cebu City Tourism Commission at (63) (32) 412-4355 to ask for the phone number for Tabunan Barangay Hall to hire a guide for the trek towards falls.

You can also drop by at Betty’s Botanical Garden in Barangay Cantipla before heading back to the city.

NOTE: The Habal-habal ride to Tabunan is a bit challenging and steep, so for adventure newbies you might want to save this trip for later. 🙂

If you plan in driving to Guining, there are parking spaces available at the barangay multi purpose hall. Vans and 4X4 cars are recommended for this trip. Cars and lowered vehicles are not advisable to drive through the terrain.

For all weekends of September 2015, Cebu City Tourism Commission has set special Cebu City Highland Tours. Read more about it here: http://www.iluvcebu.com/cebu-city-tourism-launches-highlands-adventure/

Temple of Leah, Cebu City

Temple of Leah 2

 

The temple was built as a symbol of Mr. Teodorico Adarna’s undying love and ceaseless devotion to his wife, Leah. Temple of Leah became an instant domestic tourist attraction as it interestingly resembles ancient pantheons. The spot also gives a great view of Metro Cebu – overlooking the cities of Cebu, Mandaue and Lapu-lapu. On the west balcony of Temple of Leah, you can get  a glimpse of Cebu City’s highlands. The view and the ala ancient feel of Temple of Leah are the reasons why tourists drop by the attraction.

The construction of Temple of Leah started in 2012 and to this date, the estate is still undergoing development.  As of August 7, 2015, Temple of Leah management charges 50PhP entrance fee per guest and 2,500PhP venue fee for professional photography for wedding and events.

The best time to visit is at around 3PM-4PM, when its not that scorching hot anymore. And then after, you can have dinner at Lantaw Busay. 🙂

And yes, restrooms are found on the lower flow of the west wing or the left side of the building (your right side when your facing the structure.)  Teehee,

Temple of Leah 4

Temple of Leah 3 Temple of Leah 1

How to get to Temple of Leah Cebu?

Temple of Leah Address: Roosevelt Street Busay Cebu City 6000, Cebu Philippines (near Lantaw Restaurant Busay & Mountain View Busay)

Publicly Communting:

One can ride a habal-habal from JY Square or at the foot of Veteran’s Drive to Temple of Leah. Be sure that you and the driver have come to an agreement on how much the fare is before hopping on for the trip.

You can also ride a taxi but the trip won’t be metered, but “pakyaw.”  Most cab drivers who agree on going up the highlands would ask for fixed fare of around 800Php roundtrip.

Private Cars:

If you are driving to Temple of Leah, you can drive up to Busay and go inside Roosevelt Street (same road leading up to Mountain view and Lantaw Restaurant Busay). Street Side parking situated outside the temple is your only option.Parking barkers will assist drivers on where to park.

 

Betty’s Botanical Garden, Cebu City

Betty's Garden

Been to several botanical gardens abroad and neighboring islands and am quite thrilled to have discovered that we also have one within the metro’s  highlands.  Part of the Cebu City Highlands Tour we did last week with Cebu City Tourism Commission was a visit at the beautiful Betty’s Botanical Garden. The visit was just a stopover where the group anticipated to partake on light snacks as per the itinerary, but each had a full meal – for 2 (teehee). Thanks to our kind hostess Ms. Betty Abellana, who by the way manages the land as well.

Betty's Garden 4

Betty’s Botanical Garden is  6-hectare enhanced highland landscape which grows organic produce and plants zealously. The garden is also a conservator for endangered indigenous plants and wildflowers. The land even seeds down floral species that can’t be seen in our hilly lands no more.

Betty's Garden 2

 

Betty's Garden 6

 

Ms. Abellana mentioned that on the highest point of the property will  grant  a great view of the Tabunan forest and spot the shorline of Camotes Island.

Betty's Garden 5

Betty's Garden 3

Soon Betty’s Botanical Garden would be installing a pool filled with natural mountain water and cabins to accommodate guests.

How to get to Betty’s Botanical Garden: 

Public Transportation: 

From Cebu City V-hire Terminal (now located at the back of Compania Maritima Building, SRP), ride a van bound for Balamban. Tell the driver to drop you off at “iskina Barangay Cantipla” (corner of Barangay Cantipla). From there, ride a habal-habal (motorcycle for hire) to Betty’s Botanical Garden.

Be sure to let your habal-habal driver wait for you until you are done touring the garden, because it’ll be your only way to get back to the main road. Then instruct your driver to drop you off in Busay, just at the foot of Mountain View Resort/ Lantaw Restaurant. From there, you can ride a jeepney to JY Square.

Note: Before hopping on to a Habal-habal, be sure that you have negotiated the fare for the trip. The trip is from the corner of Barangay Cantipla to Betty’s Botanical Garden, then to Busay. Habal-habal fare for this trip starts at 500php for 2 people.

Contact Betty’s Botanical Garden to let them know you are coming by texting 09158943466.

For all weekends of September, Cebu City Tourism Commission has set special Cebu City Highland Tours to Betty’s Botanical Garden and a trek to Guining Falls in Baranggay Tabunan within Cebu City! Read more about it here: http://www.iluvcebu.com/cebu-city-tourism-launches-highlands-adventure/. Call Cebu City Tourism Commission at (63) (32) 412-4355 to book your tours.

Bombahanan Cave, Cebu City

Bombahanan Cave in barangay Sudlon Dos is a short yet fun caving experience. For seasoned spelunkers, the caving trip would take about 10-15 minutes; and for beginners about 30.

Bombahanan Cave 9

The narrow mouth of the cave leads to a descend of about 25-feet, but Cebu City Tourism Commission recently installed a stairway for easy and safe decline to the cave’s bed. The cave has stalactite and stalagmite formations, and an underground river. Local residents actually pump out water from the cave’s river – that’s why it’s called “bombahanan.”

It is also said that the cave was used by local residents as their hideout during the Japanese war.

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Bombahanan Cave 1

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The cave airflow is much colder on the innermost part of the cave where the stalagmite and stalactite formations are.Also, it is where we encountered sleeping bats, some flying around. The cave has three entrances, where the hot air rises and exits, keeping the inside of the cave cooler than the outside temperature.

How to get to Bombahanan Cave: 

From Cebu City V-hire Terminal (now located at the back of Compania Maritima Building, SRP), ride a van bound for Balamban. Tell the driver to drop you off at “iskina Barangay Sudlon Uno” (corner of Barangay Sudlon Uno). From there, ride a habal-habal (motorcycle for hire) to Bombahan Cave in Barangay Sudlon Dos.

Be sure to let your habal-habal driver wait for you until you are done caving, because it’ll be your only way to get back to the main road. Then instruct your driver to drop you off in Busay, just at the foot of Mountain View Resort/ Lantaw Restaurant. From there, you can ride a jeepney to JY Square. 🙂

Note: Before hopping on to a Habal-habal, be sure that you have negotiated the fare for the trip. The trip is from the corner of Sudlon Uno to Bombahanan Cave in Sudlon Dos, then to Busay. Habal-habal fare for this trip starts at 500php for 2 people.

Before heading to Bombahanan Cave, you can call Cebu City Tourism Commission at (63) (32) 412-4355 to hire local guides.

For all weekends of September, Cebu City Tourism Commission has set special Cebu City Highland Tours to 2 caves within Cebu City – Bombahanan and Satuhan Caves! Read more about it here: http://www.iluvcebu.com/cebu-city-tourism-launches-highlands-adventure/

 

 

Cebu Zipline

About 8kms. /15 minutes from JY Square Lahug, Cebu Zipline is not just about ziplines- but a place for fun and adventure with different activities for kids and adults, and a picnic area for families to just relax.

. If you are publicly commuting, the cheapest and most convenient way to get there is to avail of Cebu Zipline’s Shuttle Service. Minimum charge per trip is 300php for 10 persons (fare is 30php for each of the 10 passengers.) Pick up point is at JY Square Lahug/Petron Station Lahug. (For reservations and inquiries call or text 09176358244/ 09176358241)

Cebu Zipline Sign

Laze and neuteric semblance compared to the assiduous city setting, simmer down to the fresh and cool breeze of Busay overlooking Cebu cities: Cebu, Mandaue and Lapu-lapu.

Aside from the 170 and 400 meters ziplines,  Cebu Zipline tenders a lot more adventure activities . There’s the Wire Walk- as the name suggests, you will be walking on wire. ^_^.  There are 3 tracks to choose from – first one is the wire and the other two is with wooden board steps. You can choose a track from point A to B and another track on your way back. The attraction fee is 20php from point A to B and back. A  great way to toughen up and conquer one’s fear of heights!

Wire Walk

 

Wire Walk with wooden steps

 

 

A children’s playground with a bunny pen! A complimentary attraction at Cebu Zipline! Pretty Cool Bamboo-made playground!

Playground for Children and adults who act like children. hehehe

 

 

At the Children’s Playground

 

Ride August the horse for 50php for 2 rounds (around 7 minutes).

ATVs are for rent at 300php for 15mins. The ATV path shares same walk way as the customers  which is quite dangerous.I hope the management would tell their employees to not let customers use the steep inclined ramp when ATVs are passing. My dad who was walking up the zip line area and noticed that an ATV was descending, so he then stood at the side of the inclined path  yet the girl (who was a bit affrighted) driving the ATV crashed on the cooler my dad is carrying, almost hitting him. wheeew. Good thing that the renters of the ATVs are given proper safety gears like helmets, elbow & knee guards. Maybe with the ATVs sharing the same path with the customers’ walkway, all guests should be given safety gears as well. hahaha. (Having reported the incident to the management, I am expecting this would never happen again. :))

ATVs

 

Cebu Zipline boasts of having the longest zipline in Cebu at 400 meters. Try it for 200php or 250php doing the superman position. For beginners, sample the 170 meters for 100php or add 50php if you prefer the superman position.

Zipline

 

Our Sunday at Cebu Zipline was great (minus the ATV almost hitting my dad.) Just a 15-20 minute drive away from the city proper, it’s a great escape from hustling city. Definitely, a must experience when in Cebu!

Cebu Zipline Park Schedule:

Monday to Thursday – 10:00am-8:00pm

Friday: 10:00am to 10:00pm

Saturday to Sunday – 8:00am to 10:00pm