The Dagusungan River Cruise

Dagusungan River Cruise Medellin Cebu Tour Guide Boat Kayak Map Location Mangrove Kayaking Caputatan Norte Sur Route Cost Rental Safety Vest Package Fee Boating Rafting Swimming Photography Pictures The Dagusungan River Cruise in Medellin, Cebu offers tourists the opportunity to ride boats and kayaks through the Dagusungan River , which snakes through the town of Medellin. Aside from the fact that you will see a mesmerizing range of mangroves, you’ll also enjoy a kayaking trip that will take you to the 1.9-kilometer tranquil river stretch from Caputatan Norte to Caputatan Sur or the 2.8-kilometer route from Poblacion to Caputatan Norte. Buses going to Medellin are parked at the Cebu North Bus Terminal. The three-hour trip costs P130 per passenger. In the town, tourists can take a tricycle (P10 each) or hire a motorcycle (P20 each).. A bus or van can pick up guests from Cebu City. Continue reading

Whitewater Kayaking on the Bulsa River

Whitewater Kayaking Bulsa River Maamot San Jose Tarlac Paddle Kayak Extreme Sports Water Safety Equipment Rental Rapid Stream Ecotours Office Reservation Tickets Paddling Duration Surfing Cliff Whitewater Kayaking is a new extreme sport at the rapids of the Bulsa River in San Jose, Tarlac. Explore the breathtaking landscapes of San Jose, Tarlac while having the adventure of a lifetime in an inflatable kayak. As you paddle down the incredible rivers, you will be immersed in nature, surrounded by mountains, and face to face with wildlife. Class 1 & 2 rapids the whole family will enjoy. The rapids are generally smooth and gentle to moderately quick, and the passages between rocks are clear and open. The activity is organized from Rapid Stream Ecotours, the sole proprietor of kayaking trips in the region. The paddling begins in the mountain village of Maamot, where the body of water originates and traverses through the landscapes of San Jose and its rural scenes. The next few hours in the water the pace Continue reading

Kayaking Marathon in Kalanggaman

KayakingKayaking today is also fast becoming a popular water game of paddling bonanza in Kalanggaman Island, using a kayak for moving across the waters. A kayak is a boat where the paddler faces forward, legs in front, using a double-bladed paddle. Kalanggaman Island has been host to an annual open invitational 15-kilometer Kayak marathon in Eastern Visayas. The competition takes place in the open waters of Kalanggaman Island up to the port od Palompon mainland. Organized by the Palompon Municipal Eco-Tourism Council Incorporated (PMETCI) and supported by the Department of Tourism- Region VII, the Provincial Government of Leyte, the 4th District Congressional Office, the Philippine National Police, and the Philippine Coast Guard. Continue reading