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On land, on sea or even under the ocean, Cebu got it all. You can go and challenge yourself by canyoneering in Kawasan Falls, trek and enjoy the summit view of Osmena Peak, discover a different world under the sea in Oslob and many more. Cebu is also known for they're local made guitars, One of the remarkable guitar-makers in Cebu is the Alegre Guitar Factory. The shop is owned and managed by Fernando M. Alegre. It is by far the most impressive-looking guitar factory in Abuno, Lapu-Lapu City. Its world-class guitars never cease to impress seasoned guitarists and musicians. If you are fond of museums, Cebu also has a lot to offer. Two most known museums in Cebu are: Casa Gorordo which is a fine example of a Spanish colonial era house known locally as balay nga tisa, or house with tiled roof, and Museo Sugbo, which served as the Cebu Provincial Jail from the American up to the Post-war period.
EVENTS & FESTIVALS
Name a Filipino who never heard about Sinulog festival, bet you can't name one. The Sinulog is Cebu City's most popular and grandest festival. It is celebrated every 3rd Sunday of January in honor of the Señor Sto. Niño. Foreign and local tourists flock to Cebu City for this celebration and join in the procession and the grand mardi gras. The Sinulog is a dance-prayer expressing devotion to the Holy Child. it is popular belief among Cebuanos that this dance-prayer is the most effective way of getting favors from the Sto. Niño. This festival is world-renowed and the most extravagant festival in Cebu. The Sinulog festival is celebrated in honour of the holy child Senior Santo Niño. The highlights in this festivities is the street dancing where merrymakers dance to the beat of the pit senor drums.
CULTURE & HERITAGE
Cebu has a wide and mixed culture compared to other provinces of the Phillipines. It is a place where east meets west. Traditions remain unchanged over the years, while every taste of things that are modern is embraced.
TOURS & WALKS
If you wanna spend the day walking to experience the life of a local, you can wander in Cebu City's 300 year-old houses and other structures like, plazas, monuments, streets, and discover what makes Cebu rich when it comes to history and heritages. There are also places and local restaurants that you can enjoy and try while walking the streets of Cebu.
The Visayas is distinctly different from other provinces or regions in the Philippines, and the most spoken mother tongue in this nation is actually Cebuano. Of course Tagalog and English are also widely used, but the people of this middle region have some nuanced cultural uniqueness. Cebu is the hub of the region, part traditional, part sophisticated.