KAWASAN CANYONEERING, OSLOB WHALE & TUMALOG FALLS
|No. of Person(s)||Price per Head(s) in PHP|
|14 and Above||Contact us for the price quotation|
|Recommended pick up time from Cebu City or Lapu-lapu City is between 4:00AM|
|04:00 AM||Pick up and departure time from Hotel|
|07:00 AM||Arrival in Oslob and Breakfast (Guest Expense)|
|07:30 AM||Whale shark watching and snorkeling|
|08:30 AM||Depart for Tumalog Falls|
|10:00 AM||Depart for Kawasan|
|11:30 AM||Arrival at Kawasan Falls and Lunch (Guest Expense)|
|12:00 NN||Start Short Trekking Canyoneering|
|03:00 PM||Cool Off at Kawasan Falls|
|04:00 PM||Depart for Cebu City|
|07:00 PM||Arrival in Cebu City/Hotel|
|1 Day private tour (14 hours duration)|
|Fully air-conditioned vehicle service|
Must be 12 years old and above|
Knows how to swim
Bring extra shorts and shirts
Sandals or boots
Extra bottled water
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Thank you very much for planning such a wonderful trip for us. We are very happy and satisfied with the services provided. Glad to have Jun with us throughout the trip. Personally we are quite touched by Jun's hospitality, patience and kindness.
Thank you once again for giving us an amazing lifetime experiences in Cebu and we'll definitely recommend to other friends if I'd a chance..
Pei Gin and Friends
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