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Tumalog Falls: A Magical Gossamer Curtain in Oslob

Tumalog Falls

One of the best things about our home province of Cebu is that our humble island is jam-packed with so many unique natural wonders. Come to think of it, each municipality has its own set of “specialty” attractions, and many more are still being discovered. Cebu is like a paradise of multiple facets. It’s no wonder then why so many visitors, local or foreign, fall in love with Cebu.

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Mt. Hambubuyog: Revisiting and Rediscovering a Local Treasure

Mt. Hambubuyog

It is always a good feeling when you are that kid in the block who discovered something new or did the first of something. For us, mountaineers, discovering a new trail or mountain is our Holy Grail. And in 2011, we had our Grail. Together with my outdoor buddy Sir Ruel and a small team of mountaineering friends, we made an exploratory expedition and found a way to the summit of a relatively unknown but beautiful mountain in Ginatilan, Mt. Hambubuyog.

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Inambakan Falls: Natural Grandeur in Ginatilan, South Cebu

Inambakan Falls

Aside from beautiful sandy beaches, Southern Cebu is a haven for some of the country’s most magnificent and pristine waterfalls, each with its own unique characteristic and grandeur. Many of these natural wonders are left in their pristine state even if they have become quite popular among Cebuanos. The mighty Inambakan Falls in the municipality in Ginatilan is one of these must-visit natural treasures. The waterfall is our jump-off point and our first destination in this early-year adventure.

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Gerry’s Grill: Maka Pinoy! A Spectacular Experience in Filipino Cuisine

Gerry’s Grill Bar and Restaurant

According to renowned food critic and culinary adventurer Andrew Zimmern, Filipino food is the next big thing in global cuisine. And it’s true; during our trips and adventures, we have talked to foreigner travelers who have wondered why Filipino cuisine is so underrated when in fact, every meal is actually a unique and amazing dining experience.

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Pescador Island and Panagsama Beach: The Diving Paradises of Moalboal

Pescador Island and Panagsama Beach

The Coral Triangle is a 5.7 million square kilometer, roughly triangular area of tropical marine waters that encompass the Solomon Islands, Papa New Guinea, Malaysia, Indonesia, and our very own Philippines. With 500 species of reef-building corals and innumerable species of marine organisms that call these corals home, the Coral Triangle is dubbed the Amazon of the sea. Its rich resources are more than enough to sustain the 120 million people.

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