We also offer Cebu City tours (non guided, only the experienced driver will bring you to the places) includes best spots in Cebu:
- Basilica del Sto. Niño Chuch
- Magellan’s Cross
- Fort San Pedro
- Heritage of Cebu Monument
- Casa Gorordo
- Mactan Shrine
- Taoist Temple
- Museo Sugbo
- Yap San Diego House
- Other spots if time permits
- Time for shopping of pasalubong
We require 50% down payment to confirm your booking.
* Inclusive use of car, driver and fuel. Exclusive parking fees, entrance fees, and other fees.
* Department of Tourism Accredited Tour Guide Available Upon Request
Magellan’s Cross is a Christian cross planted by Portuguese and Spanish explorers as ordered by Ferdinand Magellan upon arriving in Cebu in the Philippines on April 14, 1521. This cross is housed in a chapel next to the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño on Magallanes Street (Magallanes being the Spanish name of Magellan), just in front of the city hall of Cebu City. A sign below the cross describes the original cross is encased inside the wooden cross that is found in the center of the chapel.
Basilica del Sto. Nino
The Minor Basilica of the Santo Niño or Basilica Minore del Santo Niño is a 16th century church in Cebu City in the Philippines. It was built purportedly on the spot where the image of the Santo Niño, a sculpture depicting the Holy Child Jesus found by Spanish explorers in 1565 preserved in a burned wooden box which was left behind during the 1521 Magellan expedition.
Casa Gorordo Museum
The Casa Gorordo Museum was originally a two-storey house built in the mid-19th century in the historic Parian district of Cebu City. During the Spanish colonial era, the Parian district was the most prestigious section of the city and home to its most prominent families. The house was built by Alejandro Reynes y Rosales and was later bought in 1863 by a Spanish merchant, Juan Isidro De Gorordo. Among its residents was Juan Gorordo, the first native Cebuano bishop of Cebu.
Chinese Taoist Temple
Built in 1972, the Cebu Taoist Temple is located in Beverly Hills Subdivision in Cebu City, Philippines. The temple was built by Cebu’s substantial Chinese community. With an elevation of 300 meters above sea level, the temple is a towering, multi-tiered, multi-hued attraction accessible by three separate winding routes.
Fort San Pedro
Fuerza de San Pedro is a military defense structure, built by Spanish and indigenous Cebuano laborers under the command of Spanish conquistador, Miguel López de Legazpi and the Spanish Government in Cebu. It is located in the area now called Plaza Indepedencia, in the Pier Area of Cebu City, Philippines. The smallest, oldest triangular bastion fort in the country was built in 1738 to repel Muslim raiders. In turn, it served as a stronghold for Filipino revolutionaries near the end of the 19th century.