If you’re looking for the ultimate holiday destination, welcome to Cebu! Explore the Queen City of the South and marvel at the city’s historic streets, world-renowned craftsmanship, and magnificent skyline views with this Cebu City and Mactan with Highlands guided tour!
You will be picked up at the Ayala Center Turista Desk, at the New Wing of Ayala Center Cebu. The first part of the tour takes you around the different religious and historic landmarks in the city. Visit the Mactan Shrine and Lapu-Lapu Monument, built to commemorate the historic battle between the island chieftain Lapu-Lapu and Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan. From there you will head to the Alegre Guitar Factory, one of the finest makers of guitars in the island.
Next is the Magellan’s Cross, believed to be the one planted to mark Christianity’s birth in Cebu. Just a few steps away is the Basilica Minore Del Sto. Niño, the oldest Roman Catholic church in the Philippines. You will then head on to visit the Heritage of Cebu Monument, the Yap - San Diego Ancestral House, and the Taoist Temple. A running tour takes you around the vibrant local scenery: Colon Street, Fuente Osmeña Circle, and Capitol Site.
From busy city streets, the tour takes you on a whole new level with a trip to the mountaintops. The first stop is Sirao Garden, featuring flower gardens and mini-windmills. The tour rounds up with a resto-hopping activity that lets you taste delectable food with winning views. Tops of Cebu, awarded as the Best Outdoor Dining Experience in the city, is first on the list. From there, sample French cuisine at the La Vie in the Sky restaurant. End the gastronomic adventure at Balay sa Busay, serving modern Filipino cuisine.
Explore both the historic grounds and magnificent mountaintops of Cebu with this full-day guided tour and discover why this place is the dream vacation place! Check the availability by choosing a date.
- Drop Off will be at Ayala Center Turista Desk.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.