Barili is home to the famed Mantayupan Falls.
From Sayaw, we hailed a multicab to Barili market (fare is 6php) and rode a trike (25php) to the falls at Barangay Campangga.
Sayaw Beach as the name suggests, is located in the barrio of Sayaw, just a mere 15 minute drive from the town proper. You’ll know you are in Sayaw once you pass the beautiful white sand shores along meters high cliffs and twisted roads.
The Delumbars(to which we were staying) live just across Sayaw Beach so it was just too easy for us to lurk the waters in Sayaw.
It was near sunset when we went down the beach. It was a Saturday so there were people, mostly locals, who was also there.
I have passed by this town several times during my trips to the south, I also had the chance to visit the place shortly way back 2011. It was just recently that I had the chance to stumble upon the town’s share of tourist attractions coupled with the perks of simple living.
We boarded the CERES bus at the Cebu North Bus Terminal for Bato (fare: 78php). Buses and Vans for Hire going to neighboring towns like Dumanjug, Moalboal or Badian pass through Barili. Just make sure the name Barili is written on the sign board.
Travel time from Cebu City to Barili is 2 hours.