Bohol Culture & history

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Full-Day Bohol Countryside Tour

1. Full-Day Bohol Countryside Tour

This tour brings you to the historic Blood Compact Shrine, a historical landmark commemorating the 1st Treaty of Friendship between the east and the west. Next, visit the centuries-old Baclayon Church & Museum, built in 1595. En route to the Chocolate Hills, we will drive through the lush Mahogany Man-Made Forest and the green farmlands in Bilar and Batuan. A stop at a viewing deck offers one the vista of the the awesome cone-shaped hills known as the "Chocolate Hills" in the town of Carmen. Drive back to Loboc for a 50-minute river cruise along nipa-lined river on board a native catamaran while lunch is served on board. The river cruise will surely relax both your body and mind as you view nature’s beautiful rolling hills, graceful coconut trees and green nipa-palms lining the riverbanks. You may even get the chance to see a Tarsier, one of the worlds smallest primates with its gentle demeanor and large bulbous eyes. After the cruise, the tour takes you back to Tagbilaran, after a brief stop to see the backyard industries in Loay (nipa weaving and knife making).

Full-Day Bohol Excursion (Departs from Cebu)

2. Full-Day Bohol Excursion (Departs from Cebu)

Discover the Island of Bohol by taking a convenient one hour and forty five minute ride on a fast ferry. Be amazed by the Chocolate Hills, a rolling terrain of no less than 1,268 giant mole hills, then stop by the Blood compact site to take photos. Visit the Bilar man-made forest, then stop at Baclayon Church, the oldest stone church in the country. Then board the Loboc River Cruise and enjoy a buffet lunch.

Half-Day Panglao Island Tour

3. Half-Day Panglao Island Tour

Panglao Island is the largest of Bohol Provinces satellite island. Connected by a land bridge to the main island, Panglao is just 15 minutes away from the capital city of Tagbilaran. This half day tour takes you to the Church of our Lady of the Assumption in the town of Dauis. Although the first church of light materials was built as early as 1768, the present stone structure - the Church´s 5th incarnation - was built in 1863. With its Gothic architecture, the church is an imposing structure with the sea and watch tower at its back. Next, we proceed to Hinagdanan Cave, the most easily accessible among the caves of Bohol. Classified as a karst cave, it boasts of a large number of stalactites and stalagmites and leads to an underground spring pool. From here, we will drive on to Alona Beach, the most famous of Bohol´s beaches. Its 800 meter long, white sand beach is dotted with restaurants and resorts. It is also the departure point for many diving and marine tours. Also enjoy a gourmet organic lunch at the Bee Farm Restaurant during the tour.

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What people are saying about Bohol

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 8 reviews

Connie our tour guide and Pio our driver were excellent. We had a fantastic tour, Connie was very knowledgable and friendly. Bohol was beautiful- highlights for us were the Loboc River Cruise with a delicious buffet lunch and the tarsier sanctuary. We also loved the Chocolate Hills. It was a perfect day- thank you Connie and Pio!

It was an amazing day!! To see the Tarisers and then the lovely relaxing lunch cruise on the river followed by the stunning Chocolate hills…a day to remember!!! But the other highlight of the day was our wonderful wonderful guide Laurean ….she was just a lovely caring and informative guide …. Made our day extra special

Alice was wonderful! Such a lovely lady that made all aspects of the tour super enjoyable, relaxed and interesting! Lovely way to explore little gems of Panglao in a chilled way.

Paul was Great Guide and June was also a great driver. Very informative with lots of history and local customs. A great trip.

I love the trip. It’s so beautiful places. The tour guide Ms. Norlyn is full of energy and life. I loved her company.