Tag Archive | Samboan

Binalayan Hidden Falls: Three Flows of Magic, Beauty, and Charm

Binalayan Hidden Falls: Three Flows of Magic, Beauty, and Charm

“Beautiful things don’t ask for attention,” adventurer-photojournalist Sean O’Connell told Life negative assets manager Walter Mitty after seeing a magnificent but rare snow leopard through his camera. It may be just a quote from the 2013 adventure-comedy-drama movie The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. But the phrase rings true in real life—and in many destinations. […]

Candayvic Falls: A Promising Canyoneering Site in Samboan

Samboan in South Cebu is known for its beautiful waterfalls. But dig deeper, and you will realize that there’s more to this sleepy municipality than just waterfalls. Think about it: waterfalls are fed by rivers. Those rivers come from deep within the mountains and valleys of the land. Thus, their flow must be directed and […]

Dau Falls: Cooling Off at Samboan’s Highest Waterfall

For most Filipinos, staving off the intense tropical heat means going to the beaches. But what if you want to do something different? What if you are tired of crowded beaches but still want to go some place where you could cool off? Then head off to Samboan, the beautiful waterfall capital of southern Cebu. […]

Colase Marine Sanctuary: A Colossal and Rich Marine Treasure in Samboan

Have you seen the National Geographic documentary film Aftermath: Population Zero? The feature gives us an insight of what happens to Earth, including its plant and animal life, if all of humanity suddenly vanishes. Without a single human to destroy and pillage natural resources, the planet truly heals and becomes a bustling biological paradise. We […]