Head to the highlands of Cebu City on this private day tour that will take you to a flower farm, a roman-style temple, an observation spot, and an eco-mountain resort. Those looking to see Cebu City's sweeping views beyond the city center will enjoy this day tour. This package includes private transfers with pick-up and dropoff in Cebu City, lunch, bottled water, and service of a guide.
After getting picked up by your private transfer from Cebu City, you will make your way to the mountain barangay of Busay, where you will find the Sirao Flower Farm. Known to many as the “Little Amsterdam” of Cebu, the farm is one of the city’s most popular attractions because of its seemingly endless rows of colorful celosia flowers. Their red, yellow, and orange blossoms create the perfect backdrop for your photos.
Next on the itinerary is the West 350 Eco Mountain Resort, situated on top of the mountainous Balamban and offers a 360 view of the mountains and seaside. It offers a rejuvenating and refreshing escape from the busy city. The resort features an organic vegetable garden, where they source ingredients for their restaurant. , which is served in the restaurant. It also has a zipline, kids playground, and game room.
Your next stop is the Tops Lookout, or simply, “Tops." Here you can get a panoramic view of Cebu City, Mandaue City, and Mactan Island. The site also makes for a great picnic area. Around the property are unique, circular structures and round hallways that provide a perfect backdrop for photos.
Last but not the least, you will be visiting the Temple of Leah, a roman-style structure that is often called a Taj Mahal of the Philippines. It was constructed by an affluent Cebu local in memory of his late wife. It features 24 chambers that houses a library, bar, museum and gallery. The temple is embellished with statues of angels, lions, and gladiators, reminiscent of the majestic structures of old Greece.
Spend a relaxing day on the highlands of Cebu City with this private day tour. Check availability by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs can be limited.