Hit two birds with one stone in this combination tour of Bohol. Combining the popular tourist destinations in the island of Panglao and the countryside of Bohol, this private tour is perfect for first-timers in the province and those who want to see its best spots in one day.
Your tour begins when your driver picks you up at your hotel in Panglao. Once your guide briefs you on the safety regulations, you’ll make your way to the Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary.
This tourist destination preserves the endangered tarsiers where over a hundred of these primates live. Enjoy looking at them and take photos, but make sure to turn the flash off to not scare them, as they are nocturnal beings.
Next, you will see the Bilar Man-Made Forest. Have a scenic road trip passing by a kilometers-long path lined of mahogany trees. You can stop by the roadside to take good photos if there are no cars passing by.
Afterward, you'll make your way to Loboc River where you will join a cruise and have your sumptuous buffet lunch. The trip also includes a live cultural show by the locals.
From there, you’ll visit one of the prime tourist spots in Bohol, the Chocolate Hills. It’s a breathtaking natural wonder because of the rolling hills that turn brown during the dry season, hence its name.
You’ll visit Baclayon Church next. It’s an old church founded by the Jesuits and is the second oldest church in the province. You will also drop by the Blood Compact Monument to see the enjoining of Spaniards and Filipinos in the past.
Then, you will head to Panglao Island. While here, you’ll visit Dauis Church, one of the churches in the country with sophisticated European-style architecture. Check out Bohol Bee Farm, a tourist spot where you can learn more about its species.
Lastly, you'll go to Hinagdanan Cave, which is one of the mystical tourist spots on the island. Enjoy spelunking your way inside the cave, marvel at the various stalactites and stalagmites, and appreciate different rock formations.
See Bohol’s best sights in your own comfort vehicle by booking this private tour. Check availability by choosing a date.
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