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This package shows you our favorite adventures above and underwater on the island of Cebu. Everything is taken care of so all you need to do is enjoy it. Each day adventure ends at around 5 to 6 pm and we take you back to your hotel. Some of the highlights include snorkeling with a massive School of Sardines just off the shore in Panagsama, visiting and hiking three amazing waterfalls in the south of the island, canyoning and rappelling in Kawasan canyon, hiking all the way up to Osmena Peak and meeting the whale sharks in the town of Oslob. All adventures are challenging and fun and at the end of our trip, you get free photos and video! Take a look at the itinerary for more details.

Participation requirements:

  • Must be able-bodied to join adventures
  • Required minimum age 14 and above signed liability release
  • In case of non-availability of rooms in the hotel, we will give you different options and the rate of package will increase or decrease depending on the hotel selection.
  • Cyan Adventures trips do not have any hidden charges but exclude dinner meals and personal expenses.
  • Vehicles used for our transfer are Sedan 1-3 pax, Minivan for 4 – 5 persons and Van for 6 to 12 persons.

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Cyan Adventures

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Airport pickup or pickup in Cebu City. Drive for about 3 hours to Moalboal where our Cyan Adventures headquarters is. You will receive a welcome drink and get the first briefing from our staff. They will escort you to your hotel to make sure everything is fine. In the afternoon you will snorkel with an amazing school of Sardines, conveniently located 50m in front of our sales office.
Your first adventure day will start by visiting 3 easy waterfalls in the south of Cebu island. Easy and short hikes to amazing waterfalls where you can also jump into.
Now it gets more adventurous! Easy canyoning day in Kawasan. It is not technical (no ropes, no rappelling) but includes a lot of fun jumps. Maximum required jump height is 4m, but there are also optional 10m jumps. Due to the safety equipment, even non-swimmer can dare that.
This is the real thing - a whole day technical canyoning tour. It includes several 20 to 25m high waterfalls you will rappel down. The location is an amazingly narrow and remote canyon with no people at all. It is around 1 hour south of the busy Kawasan falls/canyon. For participants that think this tour is too hard for them we organize a great beach and local market day. The big sand beach 30 minutes from Moalboal drive and also great for snorkeling.
Trek up to the highest point on the island of Cebu - Osmena Peak. It is a 3 to 4 hours one-way hike, back with the car. Amazing views, cooler climate and getting to know the local people are just some of the highlights for this day.
You will wake up very early to avoid the crowds on this activity. For over 5 years Whale Sharks come every day to the town of Oslob to get fed by the local fisherman. These sharks are plankton feeders and very gentle creatures, so you can take great pictures. After seeing the sharks, we visit a local waterfall - Tumalog fall.
This is your departure day. Depending on your flights we can arrange city sightseeing or shopping for handcrafted souvenirs.
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