Doing the canyoneering at Kawasan Falls in Cebu, Philippines, promises an adventure that combines the beauty of nature (with a blue river having stalactites!) with the exhilarating adrenaline rush of the jumps. Let's go through this guide to canyoning at Kawasan falls in Cebu
This is one of the world's most famous canyoning, positioned as one of Cebu's main attractions, this canyoneering escapade happens in the middle of a tropical jungle, featuring a series of cascading waterfalls that spill into light blue pools often likened to the vibrant hue of 'Gatorade Blue.'
The main attraction of this expedition is undoubtedly the array of cliff jumps scattered throughout the course with an option of jumping from 2m, 5m, 7m and 10m (all the jumps are optional), adding an extra layer of excitement to an already breathtaking journey.
See this video for a summary of the highlights and funny falls that happened to us during the tour!
KAWASAN FALLS CANYONEERING ON CEBU
In this comprehensive guide, I'll unveil everything you need to know about the spellbinding experience of canyoneering at Kawasan Falls. Navigating through the logistics, I'll present different approaches to organizing your trip.
You can book online with the official Kawasan Canyoneering tour provider for 2000 PHP per person. We would recommend booking it in advance since it's quite often booked during high season. You can book it by contacting them per Whatsapp and you can talk directly to them for any questions you have.
We did it with them and it was great! We had a guide that was all the time with us, who was very experienced with the Gopro and used our Gopro for taking all types of pictures and videos while doing exhilarating jumps and swimming behind waterfalls. Our guide (Johnson) could speak very well English.
You can choose to start the trip by doing a 30-45 min walk to the start of the river or a 2 minutes zipline that costs an extra 600 PHP. We did the hike and it was perfectly fine. A very easy hike. In our opinion, you don't need to to the zipline but it's of course up to you.
I hope you enjoyed the video of the jumps and are maybe motivated to do the tour the next time you visit the Philippines. It's a really cool tour!