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Badians Ultimate Waterfall Attraction Kawasan Falls

The Kawasan falls in Badian is a famous place in Cebu. Because of its awesome and gorgeous waters that are turquoise crystal-clear waters. Kawasan Falls in Badian is very famous both locals and foreigners alike. Tourists are travelling to Badian from Cebu to relax and unwind in the Kawasan Falls.

  

Why is Kawasan Falls so Popular? 

The reasons why Kawasan Falls in Badian is so famous is because of the formation of the waterfalls, it is so majestic and grand to look at. The water falling from above is so beautiful to look at. Aside from the formation of the waterfall, a famous activity for those who love extreme adventure is also present in Kawasan, which is Canyoning. And it's not just about these two that makes Kawasan so famous both in the Philippines and internationally, there’s even more reason like the people in Kawasan Falls are so kind, polite and hospitable. They always welcome tourists with a huge smile on their faces and a warm welcome is always present in Badian for those who are visiting the place. The food rate is cheap and the food itself is too good that is why a lot of tourists who visit Cebu are must go to Badian for sure.

 

How To get to Kawasan falls 

From Cebu City to Kawasan falls, you can go to South Bus terminal in Cebu. The bus fare is about 120 peso per person Always ask the driver if the Bus stop in Matutinao Badian Church.  Look for the sign on the bus “Bato via Barili” (not Via Oslob since that bus won’t pass Kawasan falls at all). 

  

How Long Is the Bus Ride? 

The ride is about 4 to 5 hours, so just relax and enjoy the ride until you get to your destination. You will pass many provinces and you will get the opportunity to see what life is like in the smaller and simpler provinces. 

Once your bus stop at Matutinao Badian Church, you have to walk for 20 to 30mins to get to Kawasan falls. The surroundings are so nice to look at so you will enjoy the walk. Entry fee is just 10 peso.

Rules to Follow During your Visit to Fiji

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Palm trees, 300 plus tiny islands, pristine beaches, bungalow resorts, water-sport activities, the list for admiring Fiji is long. You will be shocked to know that this tiny country has so many wonderful opportunities waiting for you to experience. From swimming to trekking, Fiji will instantly make you fall in love with it. However, as long as you follow some of the rules and traditions of Fiji, you will be absolutely enjoying the time of your life.

  1. When you’re invited by the locals to their village, then make sure you stay close to the host. You can talk with the other locals, however, do not go anywhere with the other locals.
  2. When you’re witnessing the Yoqona ceremony, the locals will offer you the National drink which is Kava. When offered, make sure to at least take a sip and be a good sport. If you say no, then the locals will regard it as disrespectful.
  3. When the chief of the village is present during your visit to the village, then make sure you keep silence. Avoid making any form of noise or speaking with others. Only the people of high-status and a few guards are allowed to speak during the chief’s presence if permitted.
  4. Fijians are known to be one of the nicest people on earth. So, when you talk to them, lower your voice down and speak with a soft-spoken volume.
  5. If you wish to click a few pictures with the locals, you need to first take permission from them. If they allow you, only then take a picture.

As long as you follow these rules, you are guaranteed to have the best time at Fiji private island.

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