Join this tour to savor the beauty of Bohol’s unspoiled countryside. Taking you to where culture blends with the charm of nature, this trip to the province’s iconic sites is perfect for outdoor lovers and history buffs alike.
The tour begins when you are picked up from your accommodation in Tagbilaran. You will be met by your tour guide who will discuss the day's itinerary with you as well as the guidelines for observing responsible tourism.
Your first stop is the Chocolate Hills, Bohol's best known tourist attraction. Characterized as a kegelkarst, this geological formation is distinctive for its cone-like structure that's vibrant green during the rainy season and chocolatey brown in the summer.
From the Chocolate Hills, you will head to the Bilar Manmade Forest. The 2-kilometer mahogany trees provide the perfect backdrop to your selfies and groufies. You will also check out the Philippine tarsiers, one of the world’s smallest primates, at the Loboc Tarsier Conservation Center. With their little bodies and gigantic eyes, it’s hard not to go gaga over them while they’re sleeping on tree branches. Make sure not to disturb these nocturnal creatures with flash photography, and definitely no touching!
After seeing the tarsiers, you will enjoy a sumptuous lunch aboard a floating restaurant cruising the Loboc River while being entertained by locals performing traditional dances and songs. You may also opt to spend time just watching the picturesque scenery you will be passing by during the cruise.
Finally, you will revisit history with a side trip to the Blood Compact Shrine and Baclayon Church after your meal. The shrine commemorates the first recorded treaty made between Spaniards and the locals while the baroque church is a National Cultural Treasure and a National Historical Landmark. The church is also being considered as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Pack your bags and join this trip to the iconic sites in Bohol, one of the best tourist destinations in the Philippines. Check availability by choosing a date above.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs can be limited.