The trip to Danao from Tagbilaran should take less than 2 hours if you take a private vehicle and the conditions are good. Unfortunately when we went to Danao, there were a lot of road constructions and unpaved roads and it was raining making our trip longer. When we got there, it was still raining so all the rides were temporarily closed. So we had lunch first at their restaurant until the rain stopped. First advice, eat before going to Danao because the resto has ridiculous prices. P400 for an order of pork adobo and P250 for fish tinola (soup). Second advice, bring enough cash - they do not accept credit cards and the rides are not cheap. P350 per person for the suislide, P300 for river trekking, P250 for the cable car and P700 for the plunge (there were 5 of us so you do the math.) last advice, pray for good weather because most rides will be closed when its raining for safety reasons. Overall, the Danao Eco- adventure park is worth the 2 hour trip from Tagbilaran but it could still be improved. I suggest better infrastructures, a welcome orientation or guide to explain all the rides being offered and an area map. Even a souvenir shop is lacking. Photos of your adventure is available from a laptop but could take very long if there's a group ahead of you. They should shape up since Loboc river, which is closer, already has a zipline and a cable car too.