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Trekking from Budlaan to Sirao Peak in Cebu

The Babag trekking group did another adventurous trekking. This time from Budlaan to Sirao; to conquer Sirao Peak.

We trekked thru the Kabang River in Budlaan then climb Sirao Peak which is approximately 750 Meters above sea level.

How we went there:

We met at sunny hills in Talamban then rode a habal-habal (25 Pesos each) going to Budlaan. Then from Budlaan, we went down to Kabang river and started trekking. We passed by 4 wonderful waterfalls then we   trekked to Sirao Peak. This whole trek started from 9 AM and ended at 5PM(where we reached the summit).

From Sirao, we rode habal2 again down to JY square. Fare is 50 pesos each.






1st waterfalls

2nd


3rd





4th waterfalls in Kabang River

We stop by the 4th waterfalls to feed our stomachs.





Sirao Peak




Comments

  1. kaya ko tong trek nato. hehehe. ;-) pero kelan pa kaya ako makakarating dito ;-(

    just me,
    www.phioxee.com

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  2. Hi Phioxee,

    Nice to see you comment here. From what I read from your blog, taga negros ka? tama? hehe. Well, its not far from cebu. You can always come here. :)

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    1. ;-) yes, taga Valencia, Negros Oriental. taga cebu raka? wala man koy mountaineering gears

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    2. Yup taga cebu ra. :) Parehas ta. Hinay2 lang ug palit. hehe.

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  3. Ey thanks for posting this! Daghan pa kaayo ko wala naadtuan sa Cebu!
    -soloflightEd.com

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    1. Daghan pajud malaagan diri Cebu. :)Thanks for visiting.

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  4. ayos jud ning trekking ba. kuyoga nya ko sunod! :P

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    1. Sure! :)

      Naa mi trekking nasad but not sure when ang date.

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  5. Di man gud ka taga Cebu rene! taga iligan man ka! hahahaha

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  6. waaaaa...nagkasinabut ang duha..taga cebu naman gud ko..ahha

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  7. i really like your site.. it gives me idea where to go when it comes to trekking.. sharing some must have gears or things and most importantly is the amount of money that we need to prepare.. trekking to some nice places in just affordable amount.. do you welcome those who want to join with you guys when you do some trekking?? hehe

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    1. Hi Red, thanks for appreciating my post. Sure, you can join us. :) Have you trekked before?

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    3. i haven't really tried it, but hopefully this coming May 11 and 12 if it will be pushed through we'll gonna try to trek to Osmeña peak then will traverse to Kawasan falls, coz i have a friend living in badian.. so, wish me luck coz it will be my first time to do it.. ayyeeehhhh!! :)

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    4. Be careful and God bless! :) Let me know your updates.

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  8. hi there!! f u have time please do view my blog 'redmakinlove' i've posted my first ever trekking there at Osmeña Peak.. sad to say we did not pursue traversing Kawasan Falls.. still, we had a great time when we reached at the peak itself.. :)

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    1. congrats. Read your blog and left a comment too. Nice read!

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  9. hello sir! would like to ask for directions. i actually reached the 2nd falls you posted but i have no idea where is the 1st, 3rd & 4th falls. am i just going to follow the river? thanks.

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    1. Hi Its.Shaw.Time. Yes, follow upstream lang to reach 3rd and 4th. Downstream to reach 1st.

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