Sometimes, I’d like to think that Cebu has the best views in the country and most of the people who visited do too!
On a fine weekend, I revisited Ginatilan located in the southern most part of Cebu to visit a colleague also to escape the city life.
Our day started by attending a mass at the St. Gregory Church then a quick stroll to their millennium park and checking on IG since they have free Wi-Fi access.
Third time is a charm at Inambacan Falls. Luscious green and rustic scenery as we hike our way to the falls.
A quick dip to the icy cold waterfalls and a stunning scene to behold at Inambacan Falls. As expected, the place is kinda crowded because it was Sunday. To avoid the crowd, you can visit there during weekdays.
I wanted to chase the waterfalls in Samboan. Instead, they took me to the highest point of Ginatilan where we enjoyed the endless rolling terrains.
On top of the mountain, you’ll find the shrine of Divine Mercy that was built through the donations of the devotees.
On your west, you can see the Negros Island while on the other side is the island of Bohol. But the view could have been better if not because of the haze.
You can hire a motorcycle (habal-habal) going to this place. Just tell the driver to take you to the shrine of Divine Mercy.
And we ended the trip by watching the beautiful sunset right in our neighborhood.
- Ginatilan can be reached via Barili-Bato route or Oslob-Bato then transfer to another bus going to Ginatilan.
- Approximately 5-6 hours travel time from the city proper.
- Bus fare is around P130-170 one way only.
- Inambacan Falls is accessible via private vehicle or motorcycle.
- It’s a 5th class municipality. There’s no ATM machine or fast food, but there’s a convenience store where you can buy your basic needs.