Explore the best of what the eastern side of Bohol can offer on this one-day trip to the towns of Anda and Candijay. Combining the beauty of land and water, this excursion is perfect for anyone who is passionate about nature and loves a good outdoor adventure.
You will be picked up by your driver at your hotel in either Tagbilaran City or Panglao and be driven to the municipality of Anda where the tour begins. Upon arrival at the town, you will head down to the shore, where a small boat will take you to Lamanok Island. The island sits close to the mainland of Anda and can be walked to on foot during low tide. It has been known to many as Bohol’s “cradle of civilization”, combining both beauty and heritage into one trip. The area will surprise you with its rich vegetation, limestone rock formations, caves, and white beaches. There are also plenty of other attractions on the island that radiate a mysterious vibe but are quite fascinating nonetheless.
Your second stopover will be at Quinale Beach. Here, you will find fine white sand and turquoise water similar to that of Boracay. Guests and locals alike even consider this beach as the finest in the province. Lunch will be served at the beach, so feel free to soak in the serenity and beauty of this site. After the sumptuous lunch, you will be taken straight to Cabagnow Cave. This cave houses a blue pool which is about 12 feet deep. To get to its depths, you will be assisted down a ladder located at the side of the cave.
After a quick dip in the deep blue waters of the cave, you will make your way to the Can-umantad Falls and Rice Terraces. Can-umantad Falls is considered as the tallest of its kind in the province, while the Rice Terraces are believed to be carved in the hills and mountains by the early Boholano people. Take plenty of photos at both attractions before you head back home to your accommodation.
Experience the untouched wonders of Anda and Candijay in Bohol on this full-day tour. Check availability by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English. For other languages, contact us for availability and rates.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs can be limited.