Go on an exciting island hopping and snorkeling trip in this full-day Panglao, Bohol tour. This trip is perfect for those seeking an underwater adventure in some of the best marine sanctuaries in Bohol.
Your guide will pick you up early in the morning at your accommodation. You will then be transferred to the boat docking area where you will start your island hopping tour.
Your first destination is the Dolphin Playground, where you will do the dolphin watching and searching activity. Take note that seeing dolphins is not guaranteed. If you’re lucky, you might see these creatures jumping up close.
Next, you will proceed to Balicasag Island. It is a symmetrically round-shaped island. Because of its sea turtles, the island has become one of the best diving destinations in the Philippines.
You will go on a snorkeling activity at Balicasag Marine Sanctuary, a 200 meter underwater paradise on the west side of Balicasag Island. The massive magnificent wall is alive with marine life like jackfishes and resident small creatures perfect for snorkelers and macro photographers.
After your snorkeling activity, you will have lunch onboard a private board or at the Balicasag Island Dive Restaurant. Your last stop will be at Virgin Island, where you will see a lengthy white sandbar. Stroll along the island and take a dip in its crystal blue waters. Keep your eyes peeled for beautiful starfishes on the shores and underwater.
Explore the beaches and underwater life of Bohol’s Panglao Island with this tour. Check availability by choosing a date.
TOUR - All our guides speak English. For other languages, contact us for availability and rates. Plated lunch will be held at the island or lunch onboard a private board. Dolphin Watching happens only by chance. An additional rate will be charged for the DOT Tour Guide when the tour is booked on December 25, 2021, January 1, 2022, and April 15, 2022. Additional rate varies depending on the number of people joining the tour.
CREDIT & DEBIT CARDS - Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs can be limited.