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Man Made Forests in Cebu for the Trekkers in All of Us

There are many places in Cebu that are perfect for trekking and walking. Climbing to the top of the mountain is rewarding, but also tiring and tedious. You might, however, be a fan of walking alongside nature, with less people, cars, and buildings, just you and a glorious sea of trees. If you relate to that, then Cebu province has many man made forests that you can go to have a long walk or to simply unleash the trekker in you.

Bamboo forest in Medellin

The Medellin Bamboo Forest: Cebu’s Tranquil Relaxation Spot

The Northeastern town of Medellin is also known as the “sugar bowl of Cebu” because of its abundance of sugar canes. The town is famous for the island of Gibitngil which has a beautiful sandbar. You may have also heard about the Isle of Medellin which is a long road famous for its beautiful vegetation. There are so many Medellin tourist spots, from beautiful horizons to white sand beaches, but you may be surprised that Medellin also has its own Bamboo Forest.

Trees at the Man Made Forest

Minglanilla’s Man-Made Forest: A Brand New Trekking Highlight

Trekking is an activity that many Cebuanos do often. They love the thrill of climbing the steep slopes of mountains and hills. Some prefer canyoneering, while some would jog or ride a bike to these places. If you’re one of those thrill-seekers, there is a new hangout spot you should definitely check out — the Man-Made Forest in Camp 7, Minglanilla.

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