The Dayhagon Canal is a 1.5-kilometer waterway in the Municipality of Medellin. It connects the eastern seaboard of the town with its western seaboard. The artificial waterway was built during the Spanish period. The canal is surrounded by a mangrove forest on both sides. Due to this, the canal is a great place for birdwatchers and nature lovers to visit.
Getting to Medellin
You can go to Medellin by riding a bus bound for Kawit at the Cebu North Bus Terminal. You have the choice of getting on an air-conditioned or non air-conditioned bus. Another option is getting on a van for hire headed for this northern town. The trip will take around four hours depending on the traffic.