Cebu City Tour with Sirao Garden and Temple of Leah

Cebu City Tour with Sirao Garden and Temple of Leah
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Cebu City + Sirao Garden and Temple of Leah Day Tour

Book this tour and visit Cebu’s historic sites, plus Sirao Garden and the Temple of Leah, the two most popular tourist attractions outside the city. If you have a limited time in Cebu but want to see its highlights, this tour is for you.

Your private tour begins early in the morning when you’re picked up from your hotel in Cebu or Mactan and taken to the mountain barangay of Busay where the Sirao Flower Garden and the Temple of Leah are located. The Sirao Flower Garden has become really popular in the past few months because of its sprawling sunflower and celosia fields that are reminiscent of the colorful flower beds in Holland, earning it the nickname the “Little Amsterdam of Cebu.”

Aside from the flowers, the farm has charming garden accents like a small windmill, colorful hanging hats, hand- and heart-shaped sculptures, and other decors that make for the perfect backdrop for photos.

You will then proceed to the Temple of Leah, a.k.a. the “Taj Mahal of Cebu.” It is a Roman/Greek-inspired structure built as a man’s symbol of love for his late wife. It has a library, an art gallery, and a museum of items that once belonged to her. 

From Busay, you will go back to Cebu City to visit several historic attractions, specifically, Magellan’s Cross, Basilica Del Sto. Niño, the Heritage of Cebu Monument, the Yap-Sandiego House, and the Taoist Temple of Cebu. The iconic Magellan’s Cross is believed to be the wooden cross planted in Mactan by Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan in 1521. It is considered an important symbol in the establishment of Roman Catholicism in the country.

The Sto. Niño Basilica, on the other hand, is the first Roman Catholic church in the Philippines. It is home to the country’s oldest Catholic relic and has been through fires and earthquakes, yet it remains one of the oldest surviving — and functioning — churches in the country.

Want to see what houses were like in the 17th century? You will get an idea when you visit the Yap-Sandiego ancestral home next. It is one of the oldest houses in the Philippines and its original structure still stands to this day. Throughout the day, your tour facilitator will tell you about the places you will be passing by, including Colon, the oldest surviving street in the Philippines; Fuente Osmeña Circle; and the Capitol.

Maximize your time and book a historic day tour of Cebu, Sirao Garden, and the Temple of Leah. Check availability by choosing a date above.


Quick facts

Tour information:
  • Available: All year
  • Duration: 7 hours
  • Activities: Sightseeing and Walking, Culture, Arts and Historical Tour
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Languages: English
  • Attractions: Magellan's Cross, Cebu, Temple of Leah, Sirao Flower Farm, Taoist Temple, Basilica Minore Del Santo Niño, Heritage of Cebu Monument , Yap-San Diego Ancestral House
Pickup information:
  • Pickup time : 08:00.

Pickup and Drop-off Location: Cebu City

To avoid delays, please be ready for pickup 15 to 20 minutes before your scheduled departure.

Included:
  • English - Speaking Guide

  • Air-Conditioned Vehicle

  • Hotel Pick Up and Drop Off

  • Entrance Fees to Sirao Flower Garden

  • Entrance Fees to Temple of Leah

  • Entrance Fees to Cebu Heritage Monument

  • Entrance Fees to Yap San-Diego Ancestral House

  • Entrance Fees to Basilica Minor del Santo Niño

  • Lunch

  • Airport Transfer

  • Tips/Gratuities


What to bring:
  • Camera

  • Jacket or Umbrella (During Rainy Season)

  • Personal Medicine

  • Water

  • Extra Towel


Good to know:

- All our guides speak English.

- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs can be limited.



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