One of the travel, and adventure highlight at South Cebu is the Kawasan Canyoneering. Here is a detailed guide on what you need to know and prepare for. South Cebu not only has beautiful beaches, great diving sites, and numerous waterfalls to get lost at, it also now boasts as one of the must-go-to spot for downstream canyoneering in the Philippines.
The last stop for Kawasan Canyoneering was the Kawasan Falls. I’ve read, and seen a lot of photos of the waterfalls, and I have to admit that I was doubtful of some photos because it looked totally enhanced. If you’ve seen this waterfalls on photos already but haven’t been there yet or you feel the same way before you saw it for yourself — you’ll totally get what I mean. Why is the water basin Crayola Battery Charge Blue colour?! Uhm, yes, Crayola have cool colour names.
We met up with Marky at Moalboal, Cebu town proper. He would be joining our Kawasan Canyoneering at Badian, Cebu. We looked for a place to eat, and all agreed the place to find that is within near vicinity of the university by the highway. After our quick, and cheap lunch infront of the university, we walked towards the bus stop infront of Gaisano Moalboal and waited for a Ceres Bus with a Bato via Barili route.
If not for people we meet, and for people who loves travelling as much as we do, we end up limiting ourselves to what interests us, and what already ready information available during travel planning. Lambug Beach at Badian Cebu was not in our itinerary — really glad to have met Backpacking with a Book who highly recommended this one!