Cebu is a home for heavy traffic jams and peaceful nature all in one. In the father parts of the islands can we find so many untouched natural resources that are very affordable– some are even free to use– and can be very great destinations for your next road trip date!
Whale Shark watching in Oslob
Oslob is famous for its friendly whale sharks. Back in the days, Oslob made a name for itself when they discovered that they can invite tourists to watch and swim with whale sharks. Today, the gentle giants are now a tourist attraction that surely helped Oslob and the locals build their livelihood.
Sharks are very delicate in terms of human interaction so we don’t encourage swimming with them. Watching them from afar is a nice experience already anyway!
Tingko Beach in Alcoy
Cebu is rich in white sand beaches but if you don’t like crowd so much, then coming to Tingko is the best option for you. It is not commercialized so the area is still very raw. The entrance fee for this beauty is only 10 pesos! The beach is only 2-3 hours away from Cebu City.
Kabukalan Spring in Badian
Have you been to Kawasan Falls? Have you explored it yet? If not, then you probably haven’t heard of Kabukalan Spring yet. Kabukalan is where the source of water for the Kawasan springs, and is located at the peak of the falls. It is a very nice destination for long trips because of it relaxing ambiance and the serenity of nature will make you forget about the hustle and bustle of the city. If you want to be surrounded by greeneries, then coming to Kawasan will give you just that.
Osmena Peak in Dalaguete
Osmena Peak offers an easy hiking experience to those who want to try hiking for the first time. It is dubbed as the “Little Baguio of Cebu” because of its chill ambiance and cool weather. The view is outstanding. It is a breath of fresh air.