Osmeña Peak is said to be one of the unique focuses on the island of Cebu, a territory in the Philippines. Standing 1,013 meters above ocean level, this shocking site offers an interesting perspective on spiked precipices with a perspective on the ocean out yonder. Local people frequently compare the view to Bohol’s Chocolate Hills. Be that as it may, rather than rolling bent hills, the slopes here have sharp distending pinnacles. Set amid the limestone bluffs, the slopes look like a field of colossal green Hershey’s Kisses.
How to get Osmena Peak from City
Take a transport destined for Oslob or Santander at South Bus Terminal in Cebu City. Transport passage is about PHP 106 and travel time is around 3 hours. Tell the conductor and additionally driver that you will get off at Dalaguete intersection for Osmeña Peak. Tourist spots are 7Eleven, and Julie’s Bakeshop is fronting one another at Mantalongan.
At Dalaguete intersection, ride a habal-habal (motorbike) straightforwardly to Osmeña Peak trailhead. The toll is PHP 100 for every individual one way, and the motorcycle can suit two people, so on the off chance that you are distant from everyone else, you need to pay for two (PHP 200 for each way). To disentangle, PHP 200 for each way for every motorbike to Osmena Peak. Roundtrip motorbike charge is PHP 400, useful for two people. Travel time is around 45 minutes to 60 minutes.
At the hopping off point to Osmeña Peak, vacationers/climbers need to sign at the Osmeña Peak Tourism Center/Hiker’s Center (see photograph beneath) and pay the Osmeña Peak extra charge of PHP 30 for every individual. Always request official receipt.
Locals will also approach you, there is no controlled guide charge, and the guide will in all likelihood disclose to you it’s up to you, however for the most part PHP 150 for each guide will do.
Climb to Osmeña Peak summit from the bouncing off point is around 20-25 minutes as it were. The climb is genuinely straightforward, by a wide margin my least challenging climb.
In fact, Mantalongon in Dalaguete is considered the “Little Baguio of Cebu” with its productive land, more refreshing atmosphere and vegetable fields. En route, we saw ranchers conveying substantial bins of naturally gathered vegetables. The Mantalongon vegetable market is the bagsakan or discounts exchanging post for cabbages, carrots, chime pepper, and different vegetables.
- While going up the trail, travel on solid surfaces. Walk single record amidst a setup trail, notwithstanding when wet or sloppy.
- Pack out all refuse, extra sustenance, and litter. Discard squander properly. Leave what you find. Leave plants, rocks and other characteristic items as you discover them.
- For those outdoors, abstain from structure open air fires. Utilize versatile stove/burners instead since dry grass bursts into flames effectively, and flame can occur without much of a stretch spread through any dry vegetation.
- Be accommodating of different guests. Regard various guests and ensure the nature of their experience by staying away from uproarious voices and splits from different guests.