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3 of the Best Water Parks in Cebu You Should Visit For Summer

As the days get hotter, water parks in Cebu offer respite from the heat.

By: Peter Parcon | April 01, 2022

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Due to changing quarantine measures, the activities, destination/s, store/s, establishment/s featured in this article might be temporarily prohibited or closed under the latest government policies. LGUs might also implement health protocols and travel requirements. Please get in touch with the establishment/s before visiting. Stay safe!


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Happy splashing and swimming from Cebu!

Images: Jpark Resort & Waterpark Cebu (L); Sky Waterpark Cebu (R) Facebook pages

Cebu is an island in the middle of the Pearl of the Orient. Surrounded by water on all sides, it is fitting to have water parks in Cebu that cater to locals and visitors alike. From beachside resorts to ones found in the mountains, here are some of the water parks one can find in Cebu.


1. Jpark Island Resort & Waterpark Cebu

Address: M.L. Quezon Highway, Brgy. Maribago, Lapu-lapu City, Cebu


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Young ones having fun at the toddlers’ pool


Jpark Island Resort & Waterpark Cebu, previously Imperial Palace Waterpark Resort and Spa, is a five-star resort located on Mactan Island. It features six themed pools, three waterslides, and a white sand beach. The wave rider allows guests to experience artificial waves at specific hours each day. This resort in Cebu also has a toddlers’ pool for little ones to be safe while having fun.

The resort has a total of 508 rooms for guests looking to stay a night or two. Since the resort sits in front of the Hilutungan Channel, guests will have a remarkable view when they wake up in the morning.

Guests can also enjoy water sports, such as kayaking, snorkeling, and diving. They can have a round of mini-golf or go around the resort using motorless go-karts. Chess lovers can take their passion to a new level by playing with larger-than-life chess pieces at the resort.

After a fun-filled day, guests can eat at The Abalone, Ching Hai, Olive, and Coral Seaside.

The easiest way to get to Jpark Island is to hop on a taxi.


2. Hidden Valley Wave Pool Resort

Address: Brgy. Lamac, Pinamungahan, Cebu


Hottest Water Parks in Cebu that You Should Visit this Summer, Cebu

It’s hard to imagine how a wave pool was set up on top of the mountains of Pinamungajan.

Image: Hidden Valley Wave Pool Resort

The Hidden Valley Wave Pool Resort is a one-of-a-kind resort to enjoy artificial waves during summer. Artificial waves created by the wave generator can go as high as two meters. It is the first wave pool in Cebu, and its location on top of a mountain makes it unique. The resort’s backdrop is the mountainous area of Pinamungajan town that adds to the place’s appeal.

The place comprises two connected resorts: the Hidden Valley Wave Pool Resort and the Hidden Valley Mountain Resort. It is operated by the Lamac Multi-Purpose Cooperative (LMPC). Resort fees vary depending on the swimming pools you’d like to enjoy, but the entrance fee to all of the pools in the resort is PhP300 per person for adults and PhP275 for children. Meanwhile, for overnight accommodation, the resort has rooms for two, family rooms, and dormitory rooms starting at PhP1,800 per night.

The Hidden Valley Wave Pool Resort is located in Brgy. Lamac, Pinamungajan, Cebu. You can get there by riding a bus or van-for-hire bound for Lutopan, Toledo City, at the Cebu City South Bus Terminal. From Toledo City, you can hire a motorcycle to bring you to the resort.



Sky Waterpark Cebu

Address: J Centre Mall, 6th Floor, No. 165 A.S. Fortuna St., Brgy. Bakilid, Mandaue City, Cebu


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The Sky Waterpark Cebu is the newest waterpark in Metro Cebu.


Sky Waterpark Cebu is a waterpark facility in Cebu located in the middle of the bustling city of Mandaue. Situated on the rooftop of J Centre Mall, the waterpark offers a panoramic view of the cities of Mandaue, Lapu-Lapu, and Cebu.

The main pool area spans 465 sq. m. and features an infinity edge, swim-up pool bar, Jacuzzi, and cabanas. The children’s play area of the waterpark features water slides, a seesaw, a water curtain, and a kiddie pool. Sky Waterpark Cebu also has a food court area where guests can dine on burgers, chicken wings, pizza, french fries, sandwiches, and the like.

Membership starts at PhP35,000 for premium plus and up to PhP50,000 for executive class. The park also offers a loyalty membership program with benefits like food and beverage discounts, and complimentary entry passes, discounted use of cabanas, and complimentary dinner passes. For summer, they have day-use packages ranging from Ph1,500 to PhP3,500.

To go to Sky Waterpark Cebu, take a jeepney headed for Maguikay, Mandaue City, and ask the driver if he will pass J Centre Mall. You can also take a taxi to the mall itself.

March 2022 Update: Sky Waterpark Cebu hasn’t officially announced its reopening yet. For the latest updates, please visit the establishment’s social media pages.


While Cebu is more famous for its beaches and waterfalls, waterparks have started to sprout all over the island in recent years. These water parks provide another option for fun weekend activities in Cebu.


Visit Yoorekka Magazine for more exciting travel destinations in Cebu and Bohol!


This article was originally published in Yoorekka on April 27, 2017.


Check out this video:


Due to changing quarantine measures, the activities, destination/s, store/s, establishment/s featured in this article might be temporarily prohibited or closed under the latest government policies. LGUs might also implement health protocols and travel requirements. Please get in touch with the establishment/s before visiting. Stay safe!


water parks in cebu, Cebu, summer, destination, resort, water park

Happy splashing and swimming from Cebu!

Images: Jpark Resort & Waterpark Cebu (L); Sky Waterpark Cebu (R) Facebook pages

Cebu is an island in the middle of the Pearl of the Orient. Surrounded by water on all sides, it is fitting to have water parks in Cebu that cater to locals and visitors alike. From beachside resorts to ones found in the mountains, here are some of the water parks one can find in Cebu.


1. Jpark Island Resort & Waterpark Cebu

Address: M.L. Quezon Highway, Brgy. Maribago, Lapu-lapu City, Cebu


Hottest Water Parks in Cebu that You Should Visit this Summer, water parks in cebu

Young ones having fun at the toddlers’ pool


Jpark Island Resort & Waterpark Cebu, previously Imperial Palace Waterpark Resort and Spa, is a five-star resort located on Mactan Island. It features six themed pools, three waterslides, and a white sand beach. The wave rider allows guests to experience artificial waves at specific hours each day. This resort in Cebu also has a toddlers’ pool for little ones to be safe while having fun.

The resort has a total of 508 rooms for guests looking to stay a night or two. Since the resort sits in front of the Hilutungan Channel, guests will have a remarkable view when they wake up in the morning.

Guests can also enjoy water sports, such as kayaking, snorkeling, and diving. They can have a round of mini-golf or go around the resort using motorless go-karts. Chess lovers can take their passion to a new level by playing with larger-than-life chess pieces at the resort.

After a fun-filled day, guests can eat at The Abalone, Ching Hai, Olive, and Coral Seaside.

The easiest way to get to Jpark Island is to hop on a taxi.


2. Hidden Valley Wave Pool Resort

Address: Brgy. Lamac, Pinamungahan, Cebu


Hottest Water Parks in Cebu that You Should Visit this Summer, Cebu

It’s hard to imagine how a wave pool was set up on top of the mountains of Pinamungajan.

Image: Hidden Valley Wave Pool Resort

The Hidden Valley Wave Pool Resort is a one-of-a-kind resort to enjoy artificial waves during summer. Artificial waves created by the wave generator can go as high as two meters. It is the first wave pool in Cebu, and its location on top of a mountain makes it unique. The resort’s backdrop is the mountainous area of Pinamungajan town that adds to the place’s appeal.

The place comprises two connected resorts: the Hidden Valley Wave Pool Resort and the Hidden Valley Mountain Resort. It is operated by the Lamac Multi-Purpose Cooperative (LMPC). Resort fees vary depending on the swimming pools you’d like to enjoy, but the entrance fee to all of the pools in the resort is PhP300 per person for adults and PhP275 for children. Meanwhile, for overnight accommodation, the resort has rooms for two, family rooms, and dormitory rooms starting at PhP1,800 per night.

The Hidden Valley Wave Pool Resort is located in Brgy. Lamac, Pinamungajan, Cebu. You can get there by riding a bus or van-for-hire bound for Lutopan, Toledo City, at the Cebu City South Bus Terminal. From Toledo City, you can hire a motorcycle to bring you to the resort.



Sky Waterpark Cebu

Address: J Centre Mall, 6th Floor, No. 165 A.S. Fortuna St., Brgy. Bakilid, Mandaue City, Cebu


Hottest Water Parks in Cebu that You Should Visit this Summer, destination

The Sky Waterpark Cebu is the newest waterpark in Metro Cebu.


Sky Waterpark Cebu is a waterpark facility in Cebu located in the middle of the bustling city of Mandaue. Situated on the rooftop of J Centre Mall, the waterpark offers a panoramic view of the cities of Mandaue, Lapu-Lapu, and Cebu.

The main pool area spans 465 sq. m. and features an infinity edge, swim-up pool bar, Jacuzzi, and cabanas. The children’s play area of the waterpark features water slides, a seesaw, a water curtain, and a kiddie pool. Sky Waterpark Cebu also has a food court area where guests can dine on burgers, chicken wings, pizza, french fries, sandwiches, and the like.

Membership starts at PhP35,000 for premium plus and up to PhP50,000 for executive class. The park also offers a loyalty membership program with benefits like food and beverage discounts, and complimentary entry passes, discounted use of cabanas, and complimentary dinner passes. For summer, they have day-use packages ranging from Ph1,500 to PhP3,500.

To go to Sky Waterpark Cebu, take a jeepney headed for Maguikay, Mandaue City, and ask the driver if he will pass J Centre Mall. You can also take a taxi to the mall itself.

March 2022 Update: Sky Waterpark Cebu hasn’t officially announced its reopening yet. For the latest updates, please visit the establishment’s social media pages.


While Cebu is more famous for its beaches and waterfalls, waterparks have started to sprout all over the island in recent years. These water parks provide another option for fun weekend activities in Cebu.


Visit Yoorekka Magazine for more exciting travel destinations in Cebu and Bohol!


This article was originally published in Yoorekka on April 27, 2017.


Check out this video:



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After leaving spending 16 years of his professional life in the academe, Peter decided to try his luck in the world of online freelancing. For the past eight years, he has been creating content for clients all around the world. He can work on just about any topic - from tattoos to technology and food to finance. He dreams of visiting every island in the archipelago some day.

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