Exploring Cebu with the reliable Tactic Waterproof Dry Bag

Last month, my family and I went to Cebu, the Queen City of the South. It’s a place where there’s harmonious co-existence of history and culture while being at par with modernity. Many tourists and locals alike flock to this beautiful island due to its pristine beaches, delectable cuisines, and epic historical attractions.

We went to Sumilon Island to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and went island hopping nearby. Another exciting venture we embarked on was exploring several caves. Some of those that we visited are Paraiso Cave, Timubo Cave, and Holy Crystal Cave. We also enjoyed diving with the gentle giants at Oslob wherein we plunged ourselves into the deep waters and had that once in a lifetime 30-minute interaction with the whale sharks. Of course, we didn’t miss out on devouring the savory Lechon (roasted pig).

But lo and behold, the highlight of our Cebu trip is canyoneering! We’re a family of thrill seekers, so we didn’t miss out on this. We tried it out at Badian and experienced some heart-stopping moments as we swam down the rapids. I was anxious that our stuff might get wet and we were also scared to leave them with someone we didn’t know. It’s a good thing that I brought with me a reliable Tactic Waterproof Dry Bag where we can put our mobile phones, wallets, and even extra clothes. I bought this before our trip via Takatack., and it was quite convenient since I didn’t have to go their store or the mall just to get it due to time constraints. Instead, I bought it online and had it delivered to our house.
Tactics Waterproof Dry Bag

The waterproof dry bag was convenient! It is made of water-resistant PVC and floats in water when dropped, and consequently, our things didn’t get soaked in the water. This is probably one of the greatest inventions of all time! Not that I’m exaggerating, but it’s useful. Thus, I’m planning to buy more in different colors and bring it with me every time I hit the beach or the pool.

We had a blast in our trip to Cebu, and hopefully, we can explore more of the wonders of the Philippines!

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