Apart from the beautiful beaches, cultural heritage, vibrant feasts and food scene, Cebu has also grown its attractions for flower gardens. After the viral hit Sirao Flower Farm almost five years ago and Buwakan ni Alejandra just a year ago, a slew of flower farms or gardens sprouted (or at least opened to the public) gradually in the Queen City of the South.
Dalaguete is famous for its beginner-friendly, scenic mountain peaks from the likes of Osmena Peak, Kandungaw Peak and Casino Peak. It also boasts a public white beach and a strawberry farm. No doubt this municipality is tagged as the “Summer Capital of Cebu”. But guess what? There’s a new attraction in Dalaguete you will surely love – the Sunflower Garden or the “I Love Dalaguete Flower Farm” in Mantalongon, Dalaguete.
Aside from sunflowers, this garden also features a variety of flower species.
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SUGBO REMINDER: We strongly encourage all Sugbo.ph followers or readers to be responsible laagans. Make sure you follow and respect the garden’s rules. Protect and help protect the flowers by also reminding fellow tourists, especially when you see someone already stepping on the flowers. Be responsible of your own trash, and leave no trace behind.
- Entrance fee: P50 per head
- Operating hours: 8AM to 5PM, Mondays to Sundays (as of March 2018)
How to get there?
Exact location: Sitio Alang-Alang, Mantalongon, Dalaguete, Southern Cebu — approx. 3 hours away from the city.
From the South Bus Terminal, ride any bus bound for Dalaguete. Inform the driver or conductor to drop you off at 7-Eleven Dalaguete. Bus fare is ~P120 (one-way).
From there, ride a motorbike (habal-habal) going to the Sunflower Garden. Fare is P50 per person (one-way).