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Kawasan Canyoneering

Badian, Philippines
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About Kawasan Canyoneering
Accredited canyoneering guides since 2015. Your safety and memorable experience is our priority. Our main station is at Kawasan Canyoneering Headquarter(see google map). We are excited to see you... :)
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Enjoy the freedom to customize your own sightseeing itinerary during a private whale shark watching tour from Oslob. Ideal for lovers of nature and wildlife, this experience allows you to tailor your schedule to include additional stops and ensures that you receive the undivided attention of your private guide. Plus, lunch and hassle-free hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
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Oldguy8 wrote a review Mar 2020
61 contributions49 helpful votes
Two things... 1-you have to go to this canyon. It's amazing. There are some pretty difficult parts, so if you are older or have any mobility issues, I would NOT recommend this. Otherwise, it's a lot of fun. The zip line down is definitely worth the money. Climbing through the water and over the rocks is fun. The canyon itself is green and pretty. There are a series of jumps off cliffs into the water below that will make you pucker. Fortunately, they start small and easy and build in height as the walk goes on. I believe you also have the option of walking around them if you wish. The last jump is about 40 feet. Yeah, it's high up. But lots of fun! 2-this tour group was great. Picked us up at our place; had a safety talk; led us through the canyon and fed us. Everything and everyone was lovely. VERY nice and fun people. I would definitely go with them again!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Jakub H wrote a review Feb 2020
Kolin, Czech Republic53 contributions3 helpful votes
It is my best andrenaline experience. Jumpig from waterfalls is really great feeling. Disandvantage is amount of people.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Camryn M wrote a review Feb 2020
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin4 contributions
I went canyoneering with this company in Feb. of 2019 and Feb. of 2020 and had such an awesome experience both times. The guides are fun and helpful, the canyon is so beautiful, the meal is very satisfying, and the jumps make you feel like a total badass. Highly recommend. I watched a lady land face first into the water from a 10m cliff, and after a few moments she was still able to crack a smile.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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ohhiisabel wrote a review Feb 2020
United Kingdom53 contributions19 helpful votes
Arranged this tour via WhatsApp. Response time was fast. Collection from our hotel 1.5 hours away and drop off after. Our guide for our group of 4 was incredible. Thank you so much. There is a 45 minute walk to the start unless you take a zip line (which we did for an extra 500 pesos per person) then a 10 minute decline walk. The walking is uneven so I highly recommend taking aqua shoes to grip the rocks. The whole thing lasted nearly 4 hours followed by food afterwards. Staff were friendly and helpful. Highly recommend this company. Don’t bother looking anywhere else. The whole process was easy to arrange. And we did not need to do a thing. Thank you so much.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Faithalicious_x wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom499 contributions200 helpful votes
The canyoneering is what makes a trip to Kawasan Falls really worth it. KC was a great company to do the canyoneering with – the guides always made sure that we were safe and well as looking after all of our cameras and taking pictures of us. The canyoneering was really fun, lots of jumps and slides, plus there’s always an easier alternative if you don’t want to do some of the big jumps. Given the Moalboal heat it was nice to be in the cool shade/waters. There is an option to do a zipline for 500 pesos to the start but it isn’t necessary the alternative walk for free is enjoyable and mostly flat, and it only takes 15 minutes compared with all the waiting for a 2 minute zipline. We were able to pick between the two without pressure to choose the zipline. DEFINITELY wear sea shoes or even proper trainers, there’s a lot of walking over sharp and slippery rocks so you 100% need sturdy footwear – you can buy these or rent from KC if you don’t already have some. Also included in the price was our pickup/drop off from out accommodation in Moalboal, a helmet and lifejacket with a zip pocket in which we could carry a free bottle of water, and a yummy lunch. The only downside was the amount of waiting we had to do. We were picked up at 8.30 but didn’t really get going until 10.30am. FYI you can leave belongings at the KC offices, you only really need to take a camera really and a bit of money if you want to buy snacks/do zipline. The Osmena peak side of our trip wasn’t as well organised. KC were aware that we were doing it but forgot to arrange the transport, and they didn’t realise until we inquired after lunch when we would be going. This meant that we had to wait an hour for our driver to arrive – on a positive note we did get to see the peak at sunset, but it also means that we didn’t get back to Moalboal until quite late at 19.30. I’ve reviewed Osmena peak separately but it is worth knowing that there is a 90-minute motorbike ride there and back so it makes the day much longer and will be tiring on top of the canyoneering – so only do both if you are relatively fit and able. Also there was confusion about payment, we were under the impression that the entry fee for the hike was included but we ended up paying this, our driver then handed us over to the guide so we assumed this was also included in the price we had paid for the trip but then they asked for 150 pesos at the end. These are small amounts of money so not worth crying over but we were understanding from KC that all prices were included. Arranging our canyoneering trip was very easy – KC replied to all my emails promptly and I paid a deposit of 1080 pesos easily enough by Paypal. Overall for the Canyoneering plus Osmena trip we paid 2500 pesos pp, for canyoneering alone I think it is 1500pp. All in all, I would recommend KC as a company to do canyoneering with.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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