Thursday, October 2, 2008


Group of 8 people-Php2, 600.00 per person, Total of Php 20,800.00
Group of 7 people-Php2, 700.00 per person, Total of Php 19,250.00
Group of 6 people-Php2, 900.00 per person, Total of Php17, 400.00
Group of 5 people-Php3, 300.00 per person, Total of Php16, 500.00
Group of 4 people-Php3, 600.00 per person, Total of Php14, 400.00
Three persons-----Php4, 400.00 per person, Total of Php13, 200.00
Two persons-------Php6, 300.00 per person, Total of Php12, 600.00

Aircon transfer from airport/ pier to hotel/resort and vice versa.
Aircon van for day 1 and day 3 tours
Hotel/Resort accommodation
All entrances fees and permits in all tours
Buffet lunch at Loboc River Cruise at day 1
Motorized banca for Balicasag Island(one of the best 3 dive site in the world) whales and dolphin watching and swimming. (day 2 w/ diving tour guide)

3 Day Tour Activities:
Day 1: Bohol Country Side Tour
Blood Compact Site, Baclayon Church and Museum, Python, Tarsier Watching, Loboc River Cruise(lunch), Hanging Bridge, Mahogany Man-made-forest, Chocolate Hills and Souvenir Shop.

Day 2: Balicasag Island- Dolphin and Whale Watching
Day 3: Panglao Island Tour:
Dauis Church, Hinagdanan Cave, Panglao Church, Alona White Beach Resorts, Bayoyoy the Dwarf and Bohol Bee Farm.

Frequently Asked Questions:
From Manila, one option is to take a plane to Tagbilaran at either the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 2 (the Centennial Terminal) or NAIA3 Airport.

Cebu Pacific flies to Tagbilaran twice daily. Flight departs from the NAIA3 Airport. at 6:50 and arrives at the Tagbilaran Airport at 8:10 am. Flight departs at 11:45 am and arrives at 1:05 pm. For both flights, Cebu Pacific uses their A319 planes.

Philippine Airlines also flies to Tagbilaran twice daily. Flight departs from the NAIA Terminal 2 (Centennial Airport) at 8:00 am and arrives at the Tagbilaran Airport at 9:30 am. Flight departs at 2:30 pm and arrives at 4:00 pm. For Philippine Airlines uses either an A319 or a B737 plane.

Ocean Jet's fast ferries leaves Cebu for Tagbilaran daily at 6:00 and 9:30 am, and 2:00 and 6:00 pm. On the other hand, Weesam Express's fast ferries leaves Cebu for Tagbilaran daily at 9:10 am, 2:00 and 6:00 pm. In addition, Supercat has a ferry which leaves Cebu for Tagbilaran daily at 12:00 noon.

One interesting option in going to Bohol is to take the twice daily bus trips of Megastar and Philtranco from Metro Manila to the Ubay Port and the towns in the eastern side of Bohol, passing through Southern Leyte, Matnog in Sorsogon, Samar and Leyte.



Ka said...

The Bohol Province is considered as one of the most famous tourist destinations in the Philippines. It is an island in the Central Visayan Region of the Philippines. People in the province are called Boholanos. Many tourists from different countries go to Bohol because of its beautiful beaches and resorts. The province is known for the famous Chocolate Hills and the Philippine Tarsier, a small monkey with big eyes. Other attractive amenities that the island offers are diving shops, recreation centers and shopping malls.

Restaurants on the island province offer a variety of food. Tourists in the province can enjoy flavors from countries around the world. There are Japanese, Chinese and Singaporean as well as Filipino-American restaurants that tourists and locals can go to. Coffeehouses, bake shops, bars and music lounges are additional attractions that the province offers. Franchises of local and international fast food chains are also presents in the province. Fusion restaurants have also made their mark in the island province.

Tourists who prefer to eat the freshest food can go to restaurants located near or within wet and public markets called dampa. Seafood on sale at wet markets includes king crabs, lobsters, mussels, prawns and shrimp. It is guaranteed that seafood sold at the wet markets is the freshest catches of the day. When eating at a dampa, customers buy seafood from the market, go to the restaurant and tell the Boholano staff how they want the food to be cooked. Customers may also leave the decision on how the food will be cooked to the staff of the dampa that they will be eating at. Eating at a dampa has become famous not only with locals but also with tourists because it brings an enjoyable and one-of-a-kind experience.

Bohol also offers cruises along Cambuhat River that will surely delight tourists not only because of the sights that they will be able see but also because of the oyster feast that they can enjoy at the end of the river cruise. Slipper oysters can be bought from oyster farms in the province.

The island province of Bohol is very accessible to foreign and local tourists. Once in the Philippines, there are daily airplane flights offered by a number of airline carriers available for them to take. Estimated travel time from Manila to Bohol is one and a half hours. For those more adventurous, they can opt to take a ship that goes to different provinces within the region where the province is located.

Martina Jolie said...

Travelers never think that they are the foreigners.
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