Children explore Cebu’s south with RAFI’s I See Kids Tours

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02:38 PM June 2nd, 2015

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By: PR, June 2nd, 2015 02:38 PM
Children, with their parents and tour guides pause for a photo at Terry’s Peak in Mantalongon, Dalaguete, Cebu as part of the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation Inc.- Dolores Aboitiz Children’s Fund community-based immersion program for children.(Contributed/RAFI)

Children, with their parents and tour guides pause for a photo at Terry’s Peak in Mantalongon, Dalaguete, Cebu as part of the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation Inc.- Dolores Aboitiz Children’s Fund community-based immersion program for children.(Contributed/RAFI)

Through the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation Inc.-Dolores Aboitiz Children’s Fund, children got to visit two tourist destinations of Cebu last April.

Under the auspice of RAFI-DACF’s Community Based Immersion Program for Children (CBIPC), the I See Kids Tours brought the kids to Mantalongon, Dalaguete town, and in Bojo River, Aloguinsa town.

The I See Kids Tour in Mantalongon took place last April 19, where children and their parents began their trek with a session of songs and games at Manguerra Log Cabin.

As the kids began their trek to Osmeña Peak, they enjoyed activities such as archery, berry picking and carabao riding.

Upon reaching the peak, the kids had snacks while enjoying the beautiful view.

After the mountain trek, the kids returned to the log cabin for an art session where they drew their experience using papers and crayons. The tour guide also told the kids a local story.

For the I See Kids Tour in Bojo River, Aloguinsan last April 23, the river cruise started with an orientation for both children and their parents.

During the cruise, the children got to see different types of mangroves and varied species of birds.

The tour guide also told the kids about the story of Maria Tang-an, the enchantress of the Bojo River.

The kids also had the chance to give floating baskets of flowers as an offering.

After the cruise, the kids went for a refreshing swim.

In partnership with local community organizations, the I See Kids Tours are tour packages specially designed for children, with each tour taking them to a fun yet educational experience with activities that promote positive child development.(Christian Jay Quilo/RAFI)

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