Canyoneering in Badian Cebu - Its Going Down for Real

Let me insert the intro of GDFR song "Its Going Down for Real" tenenenenenenenenenenenenen.... (Okaaay, enough!)  That wa...

Let me insert the intro of GDFR song "Its Going Down for Real" tenenenenenenenenenenenenen.... (Okaaay, enough!) 

That was our ultimate song when we were doing our jumps downstream from Badian falls to Kawasan falls. How cool is that? Canyoneering in Cebu is not a new attraction this year. Some friends already tried it and I haven't. When my friends from Manila decided to visit Cebu and so brave to try the activity, I was hesitant to join them because 1. I don't jump. 2. I can't swim. HAHAHA (okay, so lame excuses) because 1. You can totally jump 2. You will wear helmet, knee pads and life vest) so, no excuses not to try this popular extreme activity.


The Canyoneering activities in the towns of Alegria and Badian in southern Cebu be suspended starting June 1 until regulations are put in place to ensure public safety. Read more here.


Manila friends arrived in different schedules, no problem as long as you have enough time to rest at night and ready to hit the road as early as 4AM the next day and welcome the sunrise while on the road. Best view ever!

We rent a van going to Badian.

First time not to bring any camera with me and I didn't  rent a sports camera for PHP500 because friends have Go Pros and a camera, YAY! All of the photos from Eric and Ralph camera. Thank you guys! :D

Say Yes to New Adventures

Before we started our activity, we had our quick breakfast then paid for our entrance fee and had our short brief regarding the rules and policies: When you get caught throwing trash you will be in jail for 30-days except if you want to extend your stay in Cebu ;) JK!

Just like any other provinces and tourist spots I've been too here's the quote that you are familiar with for sure.

"Kill nothing but time, leave nothing but footprints, take nothing but pictures keep nothing but memories" 

Heavy photos in 3...2...1

One of the jumps I hated, I almost quit. Video below.

Meet the crew: 

Eric, I, Zell, Ralph and Janelle

What to wear?

Comfy clothes that you can move freely. I suggest the following:
1. Rashguard
2. Leggings
3. Boardshorts
4. Sandals or Shoes that are so light that.

I wore my walking shoes by Flossy because I remember my last hiking in Mt. Pinatubo I wore my running shoes and it was not fit for walking with rocks the tip of my shoes can hit a rock or stone that can cause an accident alam mo na matatalisod ka.

Be Responsible:

Please do not throw your trash anywhere, pleaseee! Life jacket has a pocket where you can keep your water bottle and wrappers of your biscuits or any food that you bring or put it inside your dry bag. Gosh, so simple!

The guys checking out the 35ft run and jump! 

Lunch time at Kawasan Falls! 

We enjoyed watching tourists who jumped the 40ft and 50ft and of course we got entertained by Billy who never jump for the last 30 minutes. 

Time to go to first falls for some massage! 

This is the massage, the best! 

After Ten Years!

The first time I went to Kawasan Falls was 2006 with my college friends and I said I will never come back again because it was damn too cold when we stayed there overnight and no room for rent that time and we only stayed in our cottage. After 10 years, here I am and still amazed because the water is still blue and the place is beautiful. I will come back again for sure. 

(I wish my multiply account is still up so I can share you my blog post about my trip before.)

Here's my short VLOG: Our 20ft and 35ft jumped in action: 


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We went to Moalboal to check in for another adventure the next day. That will be on my next post!

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  1. hala ei ganahan jud ko mu try ana aie..too bad am too scared to do it and my friends are scared as well hahaha got no one to be with love how adventurous your friends are Jewel!!! brave kau!!!btw, sorry I wasn't able to visit your blog lately na busy ang oka sa trabaho hahaha try nako update jud always!

    love lots,


    1. Hi Tine! Thanks for dropping by. Grabe, you can always visit my blog if you're not busy. :)


  2. Good thing you finally tried! I haven't. Even though I kinda love extreme adventures. For some reasons, canyoneering just didn't appeal to me so much. LOL. Maybe when some friends will invite, I'll join. Kudos to you for not bringing a camera, haha! Hirap!

    1. It took me months before I said "yes!" spell YOLO. HAHAHA :D Try mo soon. xx

  3. Wow, such a cool experience!!! Great adventure in a lovely place!
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  4. Wow. I will never get to do this! Im afraid of heights, pero ang ganda ganda ng view! Thanks for dropping by my blog :)

  5. OMG! Ang ganda dito ate. Next year, hopefully, Cebu naman. :)


  6. I've always wanted to try this! Sama ako next time Jewel. Hihi. :)

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  7. It was such an experience, I know. Super unforgettable. Especially those cliff jumps that you had to do just so you can get to the next level. It was super intense yet so fun. Oh would still do all those jumps if I had the chance to go back. Haha. <3
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