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Bohol country tour

Come and see the enchanting Chocolate Hills, enjoy a beautiful lunch on the Floating Restaurant with River Cruise (Loay or Loboc), see the amazing Philippine Tarsier. View Baclayon Church (reputed to be one of the oldest in the country) Sadly now damaged and partially closed.

Walk across the Bamboo Hanging Bridge at Sevilla, drive through the Bilar Man Made Mahogany Forest (all trees planted by hand in the 1960's) and don’t forget the Butterfly Garden (Simply Butterflies)

We also visits the Tarsier Conservation Area, a great way to view the Tarsiers in a natural but protected habitat. Our experienced drivers will chauffeur you between each tourist spot in the luxury of a private air-conditioned vehicle.

Pamilacan Dolphin & Whale Watching Tour – A great “Fun” day out for the whole family.

 Enjoy the excitement of seeing Dolphins & Whales playing in their natural habitat and then go on to explore Pamilacan Island and enjoy a freshly cooked lunch by the beach.

The waters around the Island of Pamilacan, Bohol are a home to at least 11 species of dolphins and whales, including the playful Spinner Dolphins & Gigantic Sperm Whale. Blue Wales are sometimes seen in the early months of the year.

Explore the Island on foot and experience first hand the warmth of its residents and the beauty of this Tropical Paradise.  Stroll along the stunning white sandy beaches, take a refreshing dip in the warm crystal clear waters. The ruins of 200-year-old Spanish Fort (sadly now just a ruin) offers a great photo opportunity. In short see for yourself what “Island Living” is all about

The best season is the months from March to June, however resident dolphins and small whales can be found all year round. Tours are dependent on weather and sea conditions

Dolphin and Whale watching is a daily attraction in Pamilacan Island. Lucky ones have a chance to see Sperm Whale and Bryde’s Whale during the months of March thru June. A skilled spotter will accompany all trips and serve as your guide while looking for these majestic creatures. This tour was designed mainly to help the fishermen of Pamilacan Island whose main source of income used to be catching dolphins, Brydes whales, whale sharks and manta rays.

Panglao Island Day Tour Package

 – A great way to experience some of the great tourist attractions that have made Panglao Island so popular. Bohol Bee FarmHinagdanan CaveDauis ChurchNova Sea Shell Museum & Alona White Sandy Beach.

 Known for centuries to Asian Traders from ChinaMalaysia and Indonesia. It is said Panglao got its name when Spanish explorers came to the island searching for a source of fresh water, in the early 1800's.

While on the seashore the explorers asked some local fishermen the name of the Island. The question was misunderstood and the fisherman answered “Panggaw” (a fishing device) as this was what they were making at the time. It was assumed they meant the Island was called “Panggaw”. From this the name Pang was born.

sland Hopping Half Day Tour

visits both Balicasag & Virgin Islands and offers the option to snorkel in the crystal clear waters of the Balicasag Island Marine Sanctuary, where a healthy and diverse marine environment waits to be explored.

Our Island Hopping and Snorkeling Tour starts from the popular Alona Beach. The experienced boat crew will take you to first to Balicasag Island, a small almost circular, flat island approximately 25 hectares in area.

After a relaxing morning swimming / snorkeling or just exploring the island, you can treat yourself to a freshly cooked lunch along the beach front, enjoying the spectacular ocean view.

From Balicasag Island you will cruise to Virgin Island ", a tropical oasis around 20 mins sailing from Alona Beach, Panglao, Bohol. Mainly covered at high tide, at low tide a beautiful white powdery sand bar is exposed, leading to the Island itself, allowing you to explore this beautiful tropical paradise.