Balicasag Island Tours

Balicasag Island Tours

Enjoy the marine paradise of Balicasag Island in Bohol. Lounge on its white sand beach, take a dip in its crystal clear waters, get a glimpse of the dolphins, and dive with sea turtles during your trip to the Philippines.

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Frequently asked questions

Where is Balicasag Island located?

Balicasag Island, one of the top tourist spots in Bohol and considered as one of the most beautiful islands in the Philippines, is located southwest of Panglao, Bohol. It is 16 kilometers from Panglao Island while it is 27 kilometers from Tagbilaran City.

Is there an entrance fee to Balicasag Island?

Yes, there is an entrance fee to Balicasag Island. If you're on a guided or exclusive Bohol package tour, the entrance fee is usually waived and with an accompanied lunch/dinner.

How do I get to Balicasag Island?

You have to ride an outrigger boat or catamaran in Panglao Island’s Alona Beach going to Balicasag Marine Sanctuary. You may also join guided Bohol tours from Panglao with boat transfers for a more convenient experience.

What are some of the activities I can do in Balicasag Island?

You can go Balicasag Island diving, Balicasag Island dolphin watching, Balicasag Island snorkeling, swimming, fish feeding, turtle watching, and many more in a Bohol Balicasag Island tour.

After a tour of Balicasag Island, you can participate in other Bohol activities, which include Bohol tours like a Bohol island hopping tour, a Bohol Loboc River cruise tour, a Bohol countryside tour, a Bohol ATV tour, a Bohol firefly watching tour, staycation at Bohol hotels, and other Philippine travel packages in Bohol.

When is the best month or season to go in Balicasag Island?

The best months to visit Balicasag Island is from November to April when it’s the dry and summer season in the Philippines. If you’re planning to do some dolphin watching, it’s best to visit from March to June.