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Explore the islands and natural wonders of Bohol. See the Chocolate Hills up close, chill in Alona Beach, explore Hinagdanan Cave, experience the Loboc River Cruise, and go island-hopping in Panglao.

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Explore the islands and natural wonders of Bohol. See the Chocolate Hills up close, chill in Alona Beach, explore Hinagdanan Cave, experience the Loboc River Cruise, and go island-hopping in Panglao.
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Banana Boat Ride in Panglao | Bohol Water Adventure

Get a dose of adrenaline rush and have tons of fun with your friends and family on this banana boat ride in Panglao Island, Bohol. A popular water activity, this banana boat adventure will make you shout from the top of your lungs with excitement. This tour is perfect for thrill-seekers who want to make the most out of their Panglao Island escapade. Your tour will begin once you arrive at the pick-up point in Panglao. You will meet your guide and brought to the activity area. Take note that this recreational water activity is safe for eight years old and above. Don’t worry, you will be instructed on how to make sure that everybody has a safe and enjoyable time. Strap on your lifevest and prepare yourself for a fun-filled activity. Banana boats are giant yellow inflatable boats with two air-filled cylinder tubes on both sides. Once everybody has hopped, a speedboat will pull the banana boat out to the sea. Hold tight as the speedboat pulls your banana boat at a faster speed. Try to keep your balance as the speedboat makes sudden turns, but don’t be afraid of falling. The fun starts when someone falls from the banana boat. Enjoy the ride and savor the seawater splashing all around. You can take pictures with your underwater camera provided that you know how to maneuver it during the ride. Make the most out of this experience before you're brought back to the activity area. Book this exciting banana boat adventure and make the most out of your Panglao Island vacation. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
30 minutes
Available:
All year
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Duration:
30 minutes
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Fly Fish Water Adventure in Panglao Bohol | With Transfer

Have an unforgettable water adventure in Panglao Island by signing up for this Fly Fish activity. The infamous Fly Fish features an inflatable fish-shaped raft that is pulled by a speed boat. This tour is perfect for thrill-seekers looking for a new exhilarating activity to try in Panglao Island, Bohol. Panglao Island in Bohol is famous for its beach resorts and extraordinary diving sites. This island is blessed with white sand beaches, crystal clear waters, and vibrant corals and fishes in different shapes and sizes.  One of the most popular activities in Panglao is the FlyFish ride. It is an inflatable raft that is tied to a speedboat.  You will be strategically positioned into the raft, while the boat maneuvers the FlyFish into the ocean. Similar to a banana boat ride, the boat will pull the FlyFish in high speed to send you flying across the waves. Your tour starts once your driver picks you up from your accommodation in Panglao. You will meet your guide and brought to the activity area. Listen up as your guide orients you the day’s activity. You will also be provided with safety equipment lifevests and helmet. Strap them on securely and brace yourself for the exciting activity ahead.  Hop on the FlyFish and hold tight. Your speed boat will pull out into the sea at high speed. Savor the excitement as you are lifted and turned sideways on the FlyFish. You will get an adrenaline rush like no other when you experience flying off the FlyFish and dropped into the water. No worries, a guide will come and pick up to get back on the raft. As with any water activity, always be careful. When the speed is at its most extreme, the boat can back up and take off. If the weather condition is great, it is possible to glide over 40 meters high- enough to get the most thrills out of your FlyFish adventure. Enjoy the rest of the activity before making your way back to the activity area. Afterward, your driver will bring you back to your accommodation in Panglao Island. Get your dose of adrenaline-rush and book this FlyFish adventure in Panglao Island. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
30 minutes
Available:
All year
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Danao Adventure Park Tour | Pick Up and Dropoff from Bohol

Enjoy a day at Danao Adventure Park, an eco-tourism idea set up to profit the Municipality of Danao, Bohol and its kin. This is an LGU facility with a gigantic nature park that used to be the base camp of the loved Boholano Hero Francisco Dagohoy, who led the longest Philippine Revolutionary Movement.  Your day begins when your driver picks you up in your hotel at either Tagbilaran or Panglao. A while later, you and your guide will make your way to Danao Adventure Park. It is situated at Brgy. Magtangtang, 72 kilometers from the City of Tagbilaran.  Danao offers one of a kind and invigorating exercises in different categories, set in the midst of valleys surrounded by the grand scope of mountain ranges. In order for the visitors to have the full package experience, explicit exercises were assembled into three: Extreme, Economic, and Educational. The zip line in Danao town, the territory of Bohol is the Philippines' longest and tallest zip line. It crosses around a large portion of a kilometer starting with one mountain then onto the next, taking you to a one-minute exhilarating ride. The guy handling the rope will ask you about your preference in falling. If you're feeling adventurous, try falling upside down — head first — and prepare to take the plunge. Make sure someone's taking a video of your successful attempt in facing your fear. Try different recreational activities too such as parasailing, boating, rafting, and wall climbing. Appreciate the remainder of the day before returning to your accommodation in Bohol. Have an exciting day out at Danao Adventure Park in this hassle-free tour in Bohol. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Loboc River Cruise Tour in Bohol | With Transfer and Buffet

Climb aboard a floating restaurant and treat yourself to a relaxing sightseeing cruise down the river complete with mouth-watering food and a calm atmosphere. If you’re looking for an adventure that excludes walking and promises leisure and peace, then there is no better option than this trip. You will be picked up by an air-conditioned transport service at your hotel and drive you near the Loboc River. Once you get off the vehicle, you will wait for your group’s turn to board the raft. You can first drop by the Church of San Pedro that is situated by the river while waiting. It is Bohol’s second oldest church that has two façades, one with baroque style and the other is neoclassical. When you have boarded the floating restaurant, you will see a buffet table set for you. The staff will help you load your plate with their buffet choices. You can pick from a wide variety of Filipino dishes, some of which are grilled and fried food, delicacies, and more. You can even eat everything to heart’s content. While on board, you can sing along to old love songs played by a live band. Along the way, feel free to pose for photos with the beauty of the greeneries bordering the jade-green river as your backdrop. You will make a stop at a station where the local children and adults dressed in their traditional attire perform native Filipino songs and dances for the visitors. Moving forward, you will pass by the Busay Falls as well, so better grab your camera and capture pictures of this natural wonder. The falls marks the end of your river cruise. Your raft will make a turn and head back to your pick up point. Book this tour to experience a cruise along one of the cleanest rivers in the Philippines while you feast on a tasty buffet of local food. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
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Half Day Guided Panglao Island Tour

Join this trip to see Panglao Islands’ best spots if you have a very limited time in the area. Combining beaches, caves, farms, and churches, this private tour is perfect for those wanting to experience the full package on the island for just half a day. Your driver will pick you up from your hotel in Panglao. Once you’re ready, you will visit St. Augustine Parish first. Dubbed as the 2nd oldest church in Panglao, it’s the perfect place to reflect and contemplate while in the area. Its European-style architecture makes it one of the most photographed locations on the island. Next, you’ll visit the Shell Museum. It’s considered to house one of the largest collections of shells in the country spanning over 30 years. From there, you will head to Our Lady of Assumption. Also known as Dauis Church, it’s one of the country’s national landmarks because of its significance during WWII. Afterward, you’ll go to Bohol Bee Farm. A thriving organic enterprise, here you can learn more about their species, such as how they create honey and how it’s being sustained in the market. Take photos of this unique tourist attraction before your water adventure starts. Get your spelunking gear ready when you visit Hinagdanan Cave. It’s the perfect place to see unique rock formations, stalactites, and stalagmites in the area. You can also take a dip in its crystal clear waters before you head to your last stop. With its white sand and rocky cliffs, Alona Beach is a popular snorkeling and diving spot. It’s one of the well-known beaches in the country because of its relaxing ambiance, aquamarine waters, and vibrant marine life. Have a cool dip to douse the tropical heat in one of the best beaches in Panglao.  Explore Panglao Islands’ top spots with this half-day private tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
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Loboc Ecotourism Adventure Park Bohol Day Tour | With Stand-Up Paddleboarding

Get your adrenaline rushing with this dedicated tour to Loboc Ecotourism Adventure Park in Bohol. This is perfect for thrill-seekers who want to see Bohol from a different perspective and want to try a unique experience while in the island province. From your accommodation, you will be brought to Loboc Ecotourism Adventure Park. It is situated in the town f Loboc, some 27 kilometers from Tagbilaran City and about 41 kilometers from Panglao Island. The adventure park features two heart-pumping rides, a cable car and a zipline, that will treat you to a panoramic view of the town.  Upon arrival at the site, you will go on a ride on the 520-meter long Loboc Zipline. You will be taken at a height of 120 meters, where you will get an amazing view of the Loboc River and its surrounding forest. You will also see Busay Falls from a different angle as compared to viewing it on the river cruise. The experience only lasts about one minute. While it may sound scary, experienced handlers will make sure you are secured and completely safe. For those who want a slower-paced adventure, there are also cable cars available for an extra charge, where you can sit and chat with your companions while enjoying the 360-degree view.  Afterward, you will be given enough time to explore the surrounding area. A stand-up paddleboard will be provided to you. If you’re a beginner in the sport, you will be briefed on the tips and tricks of working with paddleboards. Once you’re all settled, feel free to cruise down the river, where you might see several locals working and swimming. After having your fill of excitement, you will then be brought back to your accommodation.  Go on a heart-pumping escapade to Loboc Ecotourism Adventure Park in Bohol with this one-day tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Chocolate Hills Adventure Park & Tarsier Conservation Area Bohol Day Tour with Lunch

See the two best things that Bohol is known for in this specialized tour of the Chocolate Hills Adventure Park and the Tarsier Conservation Area. This trip is perfect for those who have a limited time in Bohol and wants to see the best tourist spots in Bohol. First, you will be picked up in your hotel in Bohol and visit a Tarsier Conservation Area where you can see the smallest primates. Tarsiers have the largest eye-to-body ratio among all mammals which give them great night vision thanks to their huge eyes. You will get to see them in their natural habitat and learn more about their arboreal lifestyle, as they love to cling on trees vertically. These sanctuaries are dedicated to the preservation of these wonderful creatures as they are an endangered species. Next up is the thrilling part of this tour - a visit to the Chocolate Hills Adventure Park, where you get to choose between a Bike Zip and Rope Course across a picturesque view of the Chocolate Hills. This is the latest eco-tourism park and is the best place to get some adrenaline while at the Chocolate Hills. These hills turn brown during the summer and look like mounds of chocolates, hence the name. Scientists believe that the hills were once coral reefs that erupted from the sea in a geologic shift. There are a lot of outdoor activities in the area, like treetop rope courses, zorb balling, hiking, and zip line. For those who just want to enjoy the sight of the Chocolate Hills, there's a viewpoint which will give you a panoramic view of the area. Once you're done with your adventure, you will stop by a Spanish Era church in the town of Albuquerque named Sta. Monica Church, the last stop of the tour. What makes this church special is that the altar was hand-carved by a local and the intricate patterns make it one of a kind. It was founded in 1969 and was declared as an Important Cultural Property by the National Museum of the Philippines in 2013. Jump on this tour now to get some fun and excitement for your friends and family. This will surely make your Bohol experience memorable. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
7 hours
Available:
All year
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Balicasag Island Bohol Full-DayTour | With Picnic Lunch & Transfers

Experience the island life as you set sail to one of the 72 gems around Bohol on this full-day tour. Taking you to the popular Balicasag Island, this escapade appeals to ocean lovers and beach bums craving for some Vitamin Sea.  You will be meeting your guide at Alona Beach, where your outrigger boat will be waiting for you. From there, you will begin your journey towards Balicasag Island. Named as a marine sanctuary, the island is located at about six kilometers southwest of Panglao.  Upon arriving at the island, feel free to explore the area for yourself. You can lounge by its fine sands or take a dip in its cool sea waters. The whole island is only about 600 meters in diameter, so walking around would only take you roughly 45 minutes or an hour. While Balicasag Island is relatively small in size, it is surrounded by reefs and is home to a thriving marine life. The waters here are shallow as well, making it a beginner-friendly site for snorkeling.  Expect to see diverse species of corals and schools of fishes even in shallow waters. For those looking for more adventure, you will be able to see impressive submarine cliffs as deep as 50 meters. The cliffs are surrounded by both soft and hard corals, which will make you feel like you're in a whole new world. Aside from the corals, turtles frequent the area as well, together with lionfish and triggerfish. Clownfish, which is the same fish from Finding Nemo, also make an abundant appearance around the reef. Once you're done with your ocean exploration, a picnic lunch will be served by the beach, so you can eat while enjoying the view. After relaxing under the sun, you will be brought back to Alona Beach, ending your perfect day.  Pack your snorkeling equipment and enjoy the marine paradise of Balicasag Island with this one-day tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
3 hours
Available:
All year
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Bohol Private Full-Day Sightseeing | With Loboc River Lunch Cruise

Experience a luxurious excursion to Bohol’s countryside within a single day. This tour will cover the best tourist spots of Bohol in a day and is perfect for those who want to see the best of Bohol at their own pace. You will be picked up from your accommodation in the morning. From there, you will make your way to the Corella Tarsier Sanctuary, where you will be able to witness the smallest primates. Tarsiers are rarely seen out in the wild, but you will be able to see them up close in the sanctuary. You can take photos of the tarsiers, but make sure not to touch or disturb them.  After getting up close and personal with the cute creatures, you will experience a VIP treatment courtesy of a relaxing cruise along the Loboc River complete with a buffet lunch. Enjoy the view of the river lined with mangroves as a live cultural performance is shown for your entertainment. After your meal, you will proceed to Baclayon Church, the oldest stone church in the country. It was built in 1727 and was declared a National Treasure of the Philippines. From Baclayon, you will proceed to the Butterfly Conservatory, where you can see hundreds of beautiful butterflies inside both an enclosed and open environment. The site also features a waterfall and several plants for both the butterflies and visitors to enjoy. Take plenty of photos before heading to Bilar Man-made Forest, where Mahogany trees line the road in this two-kilometer expanse. You will also be stopping by nipa weaving locals and a local blacksmith before making a stop at the highlight of Bohol — the Chocolate Hills. The picturesque view of over a thousand hills is enough to attract hundreds of visitors every day. Pose for some creative shots and admire the Hershey’s kisses-like mounds before heading back home.    Make the most out of your Bohol trip by booking this luxurious private tour of the province’s countryside. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
6 hours
Available:
All year
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Parasailing Adventure in Panglao Island Bohol | with Transfer

Witness the beauty of Panglao Island from above when you book this parasailing activity. This recreational experience gives you the best perspective on the island combined with the adrenaline rush of flying and landing on the water. Your guide will pick you up in Panglao Island and take you to the activity area. Listen closely as your guide orients you on the guidelines of parasailing. Once you're ready, the guide will take you to a boat and travel about a kilometer from the shore. From that point, you will then board the speedboat that will take you parasailing.  While on the speedboat, the guide will attach you to a parasail and give you a life vest to put on. Once you are secured in, the boat will slowly speed up, and you will be gradually lifted up into the air. This can be an exceptionally invigorating activity especially for first-timers, but rest assured that it is a safe activity for everyone. The speedboat will pull the parasail through the breeze. Marvel at the beautiful scenery as you coast over the ocean and watch as the island becomes smaller. Make a point to take a ton of photographs and videos you can look at later. Take in the magnificence of Bohol's astonishing shorelines as you soar across the sky and over the waters. Make the most of your 15-minute flight and appreciate the relaxing feeling of flying over the islands. When the speedboat reels you back in, you can either return directly to the boat or get "dunked" into the water for additional fun.  Book this activity and parasailing in Panglao Island for a fun experience. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
30 minutes
Available:
All year
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Vita Isola Leisure Farm Tour | Bohol Half-Day Escapade

Grab this opportunity to visit one of the most sought-out tourist spots in Bohol, Vita Isola Leisure Farm. Perfect for friends and family wanting to unwind, this private tour makes sure you’re comfortable throughout the duration of the trip. The day begins once your driver picks you up at your accommodation in Panglao. Along with your guide, you’ll shortly make your way to Vita Isola Leisure Farm. There are ranches and resorts all over Bohol but Vita Isola is unlike any other. It marries luxury, island living and farm life. The place is a long way from other provinces in the region, which is why Vita Isola means "Island Living". It's a lifestyle; not just a premier destination of Bohol. It's a place to reconnect with oneself and one another. When you need harmony and calm, Vita Isola has all the little corners, loungers, couches, and seats to relax in. There are no videoke or raucous crowds as the farm promotes peace and quiet among their visitors. Their aqua farm, organic garden, and sprawling lawn are perfect for your relaxation time. Vita Isola is a haven assembled far from the clamor and turmoil of the city.  Top off the visit with a sumptuous lunch. Taste different Visayan dishes produced using ranch crisp fixings or the day's new seafood catch. Appreciate this at the windy, nature-enlivened Casa Boholana Restaurant at Vita Isola.  Take photographs of the different luxury amenities found inside the ranch. Converse with local people to find out about their feasible living. Purchase trinkets you can bring home with you before returning to your convenience on the island.  Get a relaxing day ahead when you avail this hassle-friendly package tour in Vita Isola Leisure Farm. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Pamilacan Island Tour in Bohol | With Balicasag & Virgin Island Side Trip

Explore the pristine islands off the coast of Bohol and discover the stunning sights and activities you can do on this island-hopping adventure. Get exclusive use of the tour boat to get to Pamalican Island, Balicasag Island, and Virgin Island. You will also enjoy a complimentary lunch by the shore. This is the perfect tour package for travelers who want to enjoy Bohol’s marine treasures. Your tour will start in the early morning. An air-conditioned van will pick you up from your accommodation in Tagbilaran City.  You will be driven to Baclayon where your guide and outrigger motorboat will be waiting for you. Hop onboard and listen closely as your guide briefs you on the day’s itinerary. You will also be provided with the snorkeling gear and life-jacket. Strap on your life jacket and savor the cruise. As you sail to Pamalican Island, keeps your eyes peeled for dolphins. You will be accompanied by a seasoned spotter who will be on the lookout for these majestic sea creatures. Enjoy the sight of dolphins jumping and swimming alongside your boat. The dolphins are regularly seen here, but you can also get a glimpse of whales throughout March, April, May, and June. Once you reach Pamilacan Island, you will be served with a delicious lunch. Eat up and prepare for a fun-filled day ahead. After lunch, you will proceed to the village for a quick tour. Once you’re done exploring the local community, jump into the crystal clear water of Pamilican Island. Go swimming, snorkeling, or sunbathe by the beach. Next up is Balicasag Island. Balicasag is a world-class diving site, so prepare to be blown away by the thriving marine life. Make the best out of this trip by snorkeling. Strap on your goggles, plunge in, swim with vibrant fishes, and marvel at the beautiful corals. If you’re lucky, you may even see a turtle.  Your tour ends with a side trip to Virgin Island. Virgin island is a gorgeous white sandbar surrounded by azure waters. Take this opportunity to lounge by the water and snap postcard-worthy photos. What a great way to cap off your island-hopping adventure.  Come along on this island hopping tour and see the beauty of Bohol’s seascape and underwater scenery. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
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Tagbilaran’s Top Attractions I Half-Day Sightseeing Tour in Bohol

Discover the attractions of Tagbilaran City on this half-day private tour. This tour takes you to iconic sites that showcase the rich history and culture of the city. Enjoy the convenience of an airconditioned vehicle to visit the Garcia Heritage House, Roca-Suarez Ancestral House, St. Joseph’s Cathedral, Rizal Plaza, National Museum Bohol, Provincial Capitol, and BQ Mall. This tour package is perfect for anyone who wants to go sightseeing in Bohol’s capital city. Your tour begins once you are picked up at your accommodation. Your first stop is the Carlos P. Garcia Heritage House. The museum is the ancestral house of the late President Carlos P. Garcia. Interestingly, the locals call the museum the White House because of its color. Inside, you will see the memorabilia, paintings, and antique furniture that belong to the Garcia family. Another centuries-old house in your itinerary is the Rocha-Suarez Ancestral House. It is one of the remaining Spanish period houses in the city. Casa Rocha-Suarez was built in the early nineteenth century by Julian Rocha. Check out the extensive collection of imported eighteenth and nineteenth-century style furniture, ceramics, and religious artifacts. From there, you will head to St. Joseph’s Cathedral. The church boasts a neo-romanesque façade, baroque side altars, and a neoclassical-themed main altar. Admire the church’s beautifully painted ceiling with ornate gold decorations that depict Old Testament times. You can offer a prayer or donation before heading to your next stop. You will now make your way to Rizal Plaza. Take this chance to relax under the trees, and observe the locals, and immerse in their vibrant culture. Not far from Rizal Park, is the National Museum Bohol. Head inside the National Musem and prepare to be fascinated by the exhibits. Check out the dioramas and rocks that tell the geological history of Bohol. You will also see ancient artifacts like skulls, burial jars, coffins, and even skeletal remains.  A few minutes away from the museum is the Provincial Capitol where you can stop to take photos. Your tour will conclude with a visit to BQ (Bohol Quality) Mall. You will be provided with snacks at Gerarda’s Restaurant inside the mall. If you want to get a lunch meal instead, you can pay an additional fee. Come along on this sightseeing tour through Tagbilaran City and experience the best the City of Peace and Friendship has to offer. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
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Panglao’s Top Attractions I Half-Day Sightseeing Tour in Bohol

Come along on this adventure around Panglao Island and witness its beauty and rich culture. Enjoy the convenience of an airconditioned vehicle to visit the Alona Beach, Dauis Church, St. Agustin Church, Hinagdanan Cave, Bohol Bee Farm, Shell Museum, Panglao Watch Tower, and Cafe Lawis. This tour is perfect for travelers who want to go sightseeing in Panglao Island. Your tour begins once you are picked up at your accommodation. You travel to one of the municipalities of Panglao Island, Dauis, for your first stop. You will visit Dauis Church, also called Our Lady of the Assumption. The church interior features a fascinating mix of artistic influences; from neoclassical columns to Renaissance-inspired coffered ceilings.   What’s more interesting about Dauis Church is the well at the foot of the altar. According to local history, the well originated from the Spanish era. The well was said to have miraculously appeared when locals sought refuge inside the church during Moro pirate invasion.  Your next destination will be the St. Agustin Church. This magnificent Spanish Era stone church boasts a neoclassical façade with Corinthian columns. Inside you will be fascinated by the antique confessionals, the intricately-carved retables, the hexagonal dome above the altar, and the ceiling mural of the Holy Trinity.  Afterward, you will make your way to the Hinagdanan Cave. The entrance of the cave is less than a hundred meters long and can only be entered one person at a time.  Here, you will see several stalactite and stalagmite formations and a lagoon with crystal clear waters You will now head to the Bohol Bee Farm.  More than a farm, the Bohol Bee Farm is also a resort and hotel. They serve sumptuous meals made from freshly-picked vegetables from their farm. Your snacks will be served here, but you can opt to have your lunch for an additional fee.  Moving on, you will stop by the Nova Shell Museum, which boasts an impressive collection of seashells from all over the world. After this, you will head to the famous Alona Beach. The beach is famous for its long stretch of white sand and crystal clear waters.  You will visit Panglao Watchtower, a 5-story hexagonal tower that was constructed in 1851. It is said to be the tallest of its kind in the Philippines. To cap off your tour, you will head to Café Lawis, a premier coffee and snack shop in Dauis. Join this sightseeing tour through Panglao and explore the top cultural and natural attractions of the island. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
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Balicasag Island Snorkeling & Dolphin-Watching I With Lunch

Venture out on the crystal clear waters of Balicasag Island and see the incredible underwater world hidden below. Join this private day tour and get the chance to go snorkeling at Balicasag Marine Sanctuary and watch dolphins frolic in the water. This tour is perfect for nature-lovers and travelers who want to discover Bohol’s marine treasures. Your tour will start in the early morning. A van will pick you up from your accommodation and drop you off at Alona Beach where your boat awaits. Hop onboard and listen closely as your guide briefs you on the day’s itinerary. You will also be provided with the snorkeling gear and life-jacket. Strap on your life jacket and enjoy the cruise from the coast of Panglao to Balicasag.  On the way to Balicasag Island, you will pass by the dolphin playground. Your accompanying seasoned spotter will be on the lookout for dolphins so you can catch a glimpse of these majestic sea creatures. Enjoy the sight of dolphins jumping and swimming alongside your boat.  You will now make your way to the marine sanctuary. The waters of Balicasag are teeming with marine life, so prepare to be blown away. You may encounter fishes, such as mackerels, jacks, morays, barracudas, and eels. If you’re lucky, you will see turtles too. Make the best out of this trip by snorkeling. Strap on your goggles, plunge in, swim with vibrant fishes, and marvel at the beautiful corals of Balicasag. The island also boasts of white-sand beaches and many seafood restaurants. Your complimentary lunch awaits you at one of these eateries, the Balicasag Island Resort Restaurant. After digging in your sumptuous meal, you can spend the rest of your time wading on the beach or soaking in the sun. You will also stop by the Virgin Island, a famous sandbar nearby.  Plunge into the depths of Balicasag’s waters with this spectacular snorkeling and dolphin-watching tour. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
9 hours
Available:
All year
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Bohol Pilgrimage Tour | Whole-Day Church Visits

Explore all the best churches in Bohol as you travel around the province on this affordable tour filled with its rich history and combined with its striking architecture. This tour is for everyone who wants to go on a sightseeing expedition, all while enjoying the religious side of the province. You will be picked up from your hotel and will be driven to Baclayon to start your expedition. The town is home to one of the most widely visited churches in the province, Our Lady of Immaculate Conception. The structure is considered to be one of the oldest in the Philippines as it was completed in 1727. It is said that 200 forced laborers built the church and used coral stones and egg whites in the construction. Next, you will travel to Albur to visit the Sta. Monica Church. The majestic edifice is known for its strong arches supporting a passageway that connects the church to the convent which is characterized as “de grandes dimensiones”. What sets Sta. Monica apart from the others is its sophisticated designs and its manually-carved altar. The third church in your itinerary is Loboc Church which is the second oldest church of the province. The structure’s baroque-style façade will welcome as you arrive at the site. As you step inside, you will surely be impressed by the naïve paintings on its ceiling. From there, you will be taken to Our Lady of Assumption Parish Church in Dauis. This structure boasts of its mixed styles including Gothic. Afterward, the tour van will take you to Panglao where the St. Augustine Parish Church is located. The building dates back to the Spanish era because of its vintage style. You will see a watchtower beside it which, in fact, is the tallest of its kind in the country. You will then drop by the St. Joseph, the Worker Cathedral which is included in the first six parishes founded by the Jesuit missionaries. The last leg of the tour stops at the Holy Trinity Parish Church in Loay that has two facades, mural paintings on the ceiling depicting scenes in the Bible, three-story bell tower, and more. You will then enjoy a sumptuous lunch at a floating restaurant in Loay River before heading back to the hotel. Immerse yourself on a pilgrimage tour and get to know the famous churches in Bohol. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Mag-Aso Falls Bohol Day Tour | With Transfers from Panglao

Go on a scenic drive that will lead you to the majestic Mag-Aso Falls in Bohol. This tour is the perfect option for adventure-seekers and nature lovers wanting to explore the western section of the province.  Your private transfer will pick you up at Alona Beach in Panglao.  Once settled, you will make your way to the town of Antequera, where the falls are located. The site is roughly 40 kilometers away from the beach, so you have plenty of time to enjoy the ride as you pass through endless rice fields, villages, and the stunning greeneries of Bohol on your way to Mag-Aso Falls. Boasting of eight-meter twin waterfalls, Mag-Aso Falls is often out of the way of the usual tourist route in the province. Matter of fact, thanks to its hidden location, you might find the falls to yourself if you go during the middle of the week and early in the morning. One of the other reasons why this tourist spot is now becoming popular is because of its roots. The name "Mag-Aso" is derived from the hiligaynon word “aso,” which means smoke. Once the water falls, it creates a smoke-like atmosphere, adding up to its mystical ambiance. Once you reach the jump-off point, you will climb a staircase of 197 steps from the ticket office to Mag-Aso Falls. Upon reaching the site, you will be amazed at its rugged appearance characterized by rocky formations, trees, vines, and bushes. Its natural pools and one-level cascade will make you stop for a moment to take it all in. After your photo op and brief exploration, jump into the enticing, cool waters to douse off the heat. Wade in the waters of the natural jacuzzi and just hang out with friends or family. After the fun-filled excursion, your driver will take you back to Alona Beach. Explore the hidden beauty of Mag-Aso Falls with this day trip from Panglao, Bohol. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
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Bohol Full-Day Island-Hopping | With Lunch and Boat Transfers

Laze on the white sand shore of the stunning beaches of Bohol on this one-day island-hopping escapade. Taking you to see the dolphins and two of the popular islands in the area, this combination tour is perfect for those craving for some Vitamin Sea and some relaxation time away from the chaotic city life. You will be meeting your guide at the Alona Beachfront, where your motorized boat will be waiting for you. Once you are settled in, you will head directly to the dolphin watching site. Your boatman will also serve as your dolphin spotter as they will tell you which direction to look once you approach the area where these sea creatures frequently hang out. Watch them bob in and out of the turquoise waters and do some somersaults for your entertainment. Make sure to take plenty of photos and videos as souvenirs, as well.  Afterward, you will make your way to Balicasag Island. The island is relatively small and seems like nothing special on the surface but beneath its crystalline waters is a stunning underwater ecosystem teeming with marine life. Wear your snorkel and mask and jump into the waters to see colorful fish and all sorts of corals. If you are lucky, you might also have an encounter with the local sea turtles. Have a hearty lunch to refill your energy before visiting the next destination — Virgin Island. This beautiful island off the coast of Bohol has a white, powdery sandbar where you can go on a leisurely walk or laze on the shore for a tan. Feel free to swim in the surrounding azure waters, as well. There are also several local sellers in the area, offering fresh seafood and pearls. After the day’s activities, you will return to mainland Panglao and go back to your hotel. Go on a memorable island-hopping adventure during your trip to Bohol. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Best of Bohol Day Tour with Loboc Floating Restaurant Lunch

Go on a scenic joyride to Bohol’s charming countryside and discover its popular attractions such as the iconic Chocolate Hills, Tarsier Conservation Area, and many more. This tour is perfect for those wanting to have a relaxing sightseeing tour of Bohol's finest tourist spots. Your driver will pick you up at your accommodation in Tagbilaran or Panglao. Once he arrives, the tour guide who will accompany you will discuss the day's itinerary. Prepare for a scenic ride through the province’s countryside before you reach your first destination, the Blood Compact Shrine. The Sandugo Shrine, more known as the Blood Compact Shrine; is an immortalized monument to the time when the locals and Spaniards solidified their friendship. Learn about this important part of Bohol's history before making your way to Baclayon Church to get a good look at its beautiful facade. Like the monument, this church exhibits the influence of the Spaniards in the province’s religion and culture. You will then make your way to Loboc Floating Restaurant where you will be cruising along Loboc River while munching on delicious local dishes with a local band serenading you. Sit back and relax as you will be going next to one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Philippines — Chocolate Hills. Chocolate Hills is loved by tourists as it offers a remarkable landscape — a series of majestic hills with extraordinary dimensions. It's no wonder it's splashed on magazines, newspapers and websites promoting the Philippines. Go up to the viewpoint to see hills stretching as far as you can see! Don’t leave Bohol without seeing its most lovable creatures, the tarsiers. These wide-eyed animals are well-cared for in Bohol's Tarsier Conservation Area. Take numerous photos of them hanging onto a branch or hugging a tree. Afterwards, you will be visiting Bilar Man-Made Forest. It features beautiful mahogany trees planted by the locals that line up an empty road where you can take stunning photos if there are no cars passing through.  See the Chocolate Hills, man-made forest, Loboc River and other popular attractions when you explore the province of Bohol in this complete tour. Check booking availability choosing a date above.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Panglao Bohol Full-Day Sightseeing | With Lunch and Transfers

Let Panglao, Bohol amaze you with its stunning natural attractions and its cultural and historical sites on this full-day tour around the town. If you’re looking forward to visiting historical churches and discovering the beauty of Bohol's southernmost town, then this day trip is the perfect match for you. Your driver will pick you up at your accommodation and take you straight to Dauis Church. This church is popular in Panglao for its stunning façade and religious icons. The current church dates back to the 1860s, boasting of a hint of Gothic aesthetic at its exterior. Say a prayer or light a candle before leaving for the next stop — St. Augustine Church. The St. Augustine Church is another beautiful remnant of the region’s old colonial days. It has a stunning neoclassical exterior characterized by a portico with Corinthian-style columns. When you walk inside, you will see detailed retablos. From there, you will get back on the road to Hinagdanan Cave.  Hinagdanan Cave, which meant “laddered,” was used as a hideout by locals during World War II. It features inviting azure waters and fascinating rock formations. Feel free to take a quick dip in the pool and splash about as you enjoy the mysteriousness of the entire cave. Afterward, you will make your way to Bohol Bee Farm and Shell Museum for some quick exploration and photo-op before heading to Alona Kew White Beach Resort.  The powdery white sand stretches for around four kilometers, offering you plenty of space for sunbathing. You can also swim in the turquoise waters of the beach and go snorkeling with the fishes. Your lunch will be served here. After digging into the sumptuous meal, you will be taken to Panglao Watch Tower, located some five kilometers away from the resort. The tower dates back to the early 1850s and features a hexagonal shape and five stories. While its integrity is now in question due to its age, feel free to take plenty of pics on the site before heading to Cafe Lawis, one of the best spots to eat a Filipino-style meryenda (snack).  Explore the top attractions of Panglao and discover its natural wonders and cultural heritage with this full-day tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
6 hours
Available:
All year
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Bohol Full-Day Countryside Sightseeing | With Buffet Lunch

Go on a joyride to the iconic sites of Bohol with this private full-day tour. If you’re a visitor wanting to see the countryside of the province in just one day, then this escapade is the perfect match for you. Your assigned driver will pick you up at your hotel and take you to the first stop — Blood Compact Site. The Blood Compact Site, also known as Sandugo Shrine, is the immortalization of Lopez de Legazpi and Sikatuna's moment of exchanging cups of wine with drops of their blood for diplomatic relations. Take a couple of photos and appreciate this historical moment before you go to Baclayon Church and museum. Here, you will discover the historical and cultural heritage of Bohol.  Another must-see site in Baclayon is the Vintage Car Park, which you could visit for a minimum fee. The park has over 40 cars in display, from muscle cars to post-war ones. Make sure to strike a pose by these beauties before you head over to the Python Sanctuary to get up close and personal with the local pythons in captivity. From there, you can opt to visit the Clarin Ancestral House for an extra charge. The house was the residence of one of Bohol’s former governors but it has been developed into a museum.   You will then be taken to the Loboc River, where a scrumptious lunch is waiting for you on one of its floating restaurants. Enjoy the sights as your cruise along the river while a folk performance is presented by the locals for your entertainment. After the cruise, you can choose to avail of the one-hour Stand-Up Paddle tour of the river and the zipline at the Loboc Eco-Tourism Adventure Park, both for an extra fee. You might also want to visit the Sipatan Twin Hanging Bridge, sitting close to the Loboc River, at only a minimal charge.  If you prefer to go on with the itinerary sans the optional stopovers, you will then proceed to the Bilar Man-made Forest for some quick photos before you head over to the Tarsier Conservation Area. Here, you can see the tiny creatures with beady and adorable eyes. Your guide will discuss the rules and regulations inside the complex. Make sure not to use flash cameras or make too much noise to avoid startling them. You will also be visiting the Butterfly Garden before making your way to the heritage site — Chocolate Hills. Walk up to the viewpoint to see the iconic landscape of the Chocolate Hills. This geological formation of 1776 hills is one of the most popular tourist spots not only in Bohol but in the whole Philippines. You can also opt to try the bike zip at the Chocolate Hills Adventure Park or go on an ATV guided tour of the hills for an extra charge. Before heading back home, you will stop by Aproniana Gift Shop for some souvenir shopping.  Explore the scenic roads and hotspots of Bohol’s stunning countryside. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
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Abatan River Bohol Firefly Watching Cruise | With Optional Dinner

Hop on a boat to watch fireflies slowly fill the night sky with their iridescent glow in the Abatan River in Bohol. If you’re looking for a relaxing activity to cap off your day in the province, then this late afternoon escapade is definitely worth booking.  Your assigned driver will pick you up at your resort or hotel in Panglao or Tagbilaran city proper. Once everyone is all set, you will proceed to the boat dock, where your Bandong, a traditional boat, is waiting for you. You can also opt to take the kayak for an additional fee if you prefer a one-on-one experience with only you and the guide on board. Life jackets will be provided to keep the activity safe.  After donning your life vests, get ready to settle in on the boat. You will then begin your cruise shortly after. Marvel at the early evening glow while the boat lazily passes by the countryside. Wait until the entire area is covered in darkness and before you know it, a handful of twinkling lights will begin showing up by the side of the river.  They will slowly fill the river with their glow until almost everything is lighted by the fascinating fireflies. Watch them dance before your eyes with their magical faint glow. Feel free to capture the moment on camera, but make sure to set your device in the right mode and not to use flash photography so you won’t scare them away. After a good few minutes of cruising the river, you will be brought back to the dock. You can choose to take the dinner option for an extra charge before heading back to your hotel.  Fill your night with a magical firefly show with this firefly watching cruise in the Abatan River in Bohol. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
3 hours
Available:
All year
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Bohol Day Trip | With Buffet Lunch and Transfers from Cebu

Hop aboard a water and land escapade to Bohol on this private day trip straight from the island of Cebu. If you are done exploring the beauty of Cebu and are looking for an excursion out of the province, then this tour is the perfect tour to book. After being picked up from your accommodation in Cebu City or Mactan early in the morning, you will head to the port and board a ferry that will take you to Tagbilaran. Once you arrive in Bohol, you will immediately proceed to your first stop: the Blood Compact Shrine. This historical monument portrays the Sandugo ceremony performed in 1565 by chieftain Datu Sikatuna and Spanish explorer Miguel Lopez de Legazpi. They drank a mixture of their blood and wine as a symbolic act to seal their friendship. It is considered to be the first treaty between the Philippines and Spain. From the shrine, you will continue to Baclayon Church, the second oldest stone church in the country. This National Cultural Treasure was built using coral stones and more than a million egg whites. You will then be driven to Loboc River for a paddleboarding session. The calm waters of the river are perfect for beginners. No need to worry if you haven't experienced Stand-Up Paddleboarding (SUP) yet as your guide will assist you every step of the way.  Once you are done with the hour-long SUP activity, muster your appetite as you dig into a lunch buffet on the Loboc Floating Restaurant. You will feast on freshly prepared Filipino dishes while the river cruise begins. You will also be entertained with an onboard cultural dance presentation from the locals.  More adventure awaits after you finish lunch and head off to meet the tarsiers at the Tarsier Sanctuary between the towns of Sikatuna and Corella. From there, you will make your way to Sevilla, where the 40-meter long Sipatan Twin Hanging Bridge is located. The bridge is made solely of bamboo slats and held only by steel cables 20 meters above the Loboc River. Other places of interest you will be dropping by includes the Butterfly Sanctuary and Man-made Forest in Bilar and the Python Sanctuary in Baclayon. Your trip to Bohol will not be complete, as well, without seeing the Chocolate Hills. It can be found in the town of Carmen and features an area with over a thousand limestone hills that turn from green to chocolate-like brown depending on the season. Occupying 50km of land, the hills will be visible as far as the eye can see. Get introduced to Bohol’s iconic and historic attractions on this full-day tour from Cebu. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
12 hours
Available:
All year
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Frequently Asked Questions

About Bohol Tours

Located in Central Visayas, the province of Bohol comprises of more than 70 islands, including one main island where its capital, Tagbilaran City, is located. It is home to several natural wonders like the Chocolate Hills, islands and diving spots, and the tarsier, one of the smallest primates living today. Outside of its natural wonders, Bohol is also the perfect destination for those who like some adrenaline rush.

1. What are the top tourist spots in Bohol?

When it comes to Bohol tourist spots, the Chocolate Hills is always on the top of the list. A trip to Bohol isn’t complete without also seeing the world-famous tarsiers, make sure to drop by the Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary. Alona Beach is another top tourist spot in Bohol where most of the resorts are located and serves as the jump-off point for Bohol island-hopping tours.

Other spots to see include Panglao Island, Hinagdanan Cave, and Loboc River. For a touch of history, visit the Blood Compact Shrine, while Danao Adventure Park is for those craving for an adrenaline rush. You can experience these destinations and more when you avail of any Bohol Countryside tours.

2. When is the best time to visit Bohol?

In terms of weather, December-March are the best months to visit Bohol because there’s not much rain. Just remember that late December and the Holy Week (which often falls between March and April) are peak seasons. April–July is preferable too, though expect periodic rains as the rainy season closes in. 

In July, Tagbilaran celebrates the Sandugo Festival, which commemorates the blood pact in 1565 between Spanish Explorer Miguel López de Legazpi and Lord of Bohol Island Datu Sikatuna. If you want to experience the merriment for yourself, do visit around this time!

3. How much time should I spend in Bohol?

The usual packages for Bohol tours are for three days and two nights, which is more than enough time if it’s your first time and you just want to visit the most popular sites. However, some packages span five days and four nights, which is ideal if you have the time to visit other places and try more activities.

4. Where can I go for day trips from Bohol?

Day tours are great for exploring one area or of Bohol or a specific location that offers several experiences. For instance, spend the whole day at Danao Adventure Park and try all of the extreme activities they have to offer, or stay in Panglao and visit a few good beaches. 

5. What other destinations are near Bohol?

The provinces of Cebu, Negros Oriental, Siquijor, and Surigao, as well as the island of Camiguin, surround Bohol. All of these locations have pretty amazing destinations that are worth the visit, too!

6. Is it safe in Bohol?

Bohol is a relatively safe place with a low crime rate. What you’ll have to be cautious about are environmental emergencies like storms and earthquakes.

7. What languages do locals speak in Bohol?

Locals speak the Boholano dialect of Cebuano Bisaya. Some also speak Tagalog and English. 

8. How far is Panglao from the airport?

As of November 2018, the Bohol-Panglao International Airport officially replaced the old Tagbilaran Airport. It's 20-30 minutes from the city of Tagbilaran and only 5-10 minutes from Alona Beach and Danao Beach.

9. What's the best way to get around Bohol?

Tricycles and private cars or vans for hire are the best options to travel around Bohol. There are also motorbike rental. Vans and cars drive around the countryside tour visitors and hotel guests who have arranged for such services.

10. Can I rent a car in Bohol?

Many companies are offering rental cars and vans for visitors who want to drive around Bohol; some even provide packaged tours for tourists. 

11. What can you do in Panglao at night?

Alona Beach is your best bet if you want to experience the nightlife in Panglao. There are bars and restaurants on the island that you sit in and have a drink, though most of them close at 10 PM.

12. How do I get from Cebu to Tagbilaran in Bohol?

The most convenient way to reach Tagbilaran from Cebu is via ferry, which may take 2 hours.