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Welcome to Bohol, God's Little Paradise, as it is sometimes called by the Boholanos themselves. This is not fully unjustified, as the island is one of the most diverse and attractive destinations in the Philippines. Within its area of about 4200 square kilometers, it houses countless white sandy beaches, numerous historic churches and watchtowers, enchanting waterfalls and caves, and, unique in the world, its amazing and stunning Chocolate Hills.
Bohol is famous for whale watching, river cruising, smallest primate-Tarsier, Sandugo Festival, beaches, scuba diving, mountain climbing, caving, cambuhat oyster farm (ecotourism activity), Bird watching.
Tour Blood Compact Site ( Tagbilaran City ) View the spot where the Spaniards and the Filipinos fostered friendly relations through blood. This is considered as the 1st Seed of the United Nations and 1st Treaty of Friendship between the brown and the white race.
Baclayon Church (Baclayon) Behold an old stone church along with it's religiuos relics dating back to the early 16th century inside the museum. It is considered as one of the oldest stoned church in the Philippines .
Tarsier (Loboc) See the smallest monkey in the world along the Loboc River .
Man Made Forest (Bilar) Feel the coolness of the air and view the awesome display the thousands Mahogany Tree painstakingly planted by the local people Chocolate Hills (Carmen) - Feast your eyes on the breathtaking work of nature, one thousand two hundred sixty eight (1,268) haycock hills which turn brown during dry season. This is been considered as one of the wonders of the world.
Loboc-Loay River Cruise (Loboc) View the majestic panorama of the nipa palm plantation along the Loboc - Loay River . Sometimes wild ducks are seen feeding and swimming in the river. While cruising lunch will be serve on board.
The Busay Falls is 12 meters wide and four meters deep, though at a distance it looks much smaller. The river cruise usually ends at the falls where the boats tarry a little bit to allow the visitors to appreciate the green scenery or to enjoy a short dip near the falls. The falls is a favorite bathing place for the local folks.
Chocolate Hills of Bohol The famed Chocolate Hills of Bohol have more than 1,268 cone-shaped hills – a very strange geological formation that has baffled a lot of geologists. The hills are spread over an area of 50 square kilometers or more and vary in size from 30 meters to 120 meters in height.
|DAY TOUR A - (Bohol Country Side Tour)
Starts with Free pick-up at the hotel or airport then proceed with the tour.
NUMBER OF PERSONS
|1 person||4,200/person||• Blood Compact
• Baclayon Church and Museum
• Tarsier Sanctuary
• Loboc River Cruise & Floating Restaurant
• Bohol Habitat Conservation Center
• Chocolate Hills
• Man Made Forest
• Hanging Bridge
• Aproniana Souvenir Shop
|2 - 3 persons||2,800/person|
|4 - 5 persons||2,100/person|
|6 -9 persons||1,800/person|
|10 - 12 persons||1,650/person|
|3 years old & below||FREE|
|4 years old & up||FULL RATE|
INCLUSIONS:• Pick up and Drop off Airport/Hotel
• Air conditioned transportation
• DOT accredited tour guide driver
• Lunch buffet
• All entrance fee
|DAY TOUR B (ISLAND HOPPING)|
NUMBER OF PERSONS
|LOCAL 1 - 4 persons||3,800/person||Transfer from hotel to Alona Beach is not included in the rate. Guest own mask and snorkel.
RATE PER WAY
Car (1-3pax) 700/way
Van (4-12pax) 800/way
|LOCAL 5 - 7 persons||2,800/person|
|LOCAL 8 - up persons||2,300/ person|
|FOREIGN 1 - 4 persons||4,300/person|
|FOREIGN 5 - 7 persons||3,300/person|
|FOREIGN 8 - up persons||2,800/person|
5:00 AM Pick up Hotel
• All entrance, environmental, guide & boatman fees
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