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Bohol Day Tours.

Premium Countryside Tour with Lunch

Duration 10 Hours
 
Tour Code: IDDTTAG60

Drive leisurely through Bohol scenic countryside of thick nipa palms, coconut plantations and mahogany forest heading to the town of Carmen.  Then, we will move on to Chocolate Hills. Here lay hundreds of dome-shaped-grass-covered limestone hills, when in summer, they dry up and turn brown transforming the area into rows and rows of chocolate “kisses”. We will continue and visit the Tarsier Conservatory where you will see Tarsiers in their natural habitat.

 

Tarsiers are small primates, and they are considered rare and endangered creatures. The tour also stops the Baclayon Church & Museum and the market commemorating Sikatuna and Legaspi’s blood compact. Private lunch will be on board a river raft with a typical Boholano country cuisine while cruising the Loboc River. There will be live acoustic entertainers and cultural performances by school children.

Pamilacan Marine Life Tour with Lunch

Duration 8 Hours
 
Tour Code: IDDTTAG61

An early morning boat trip on a motorised outrigger boat, to the seawaters southeast of the capital city of Tagbilaran. The crews are former Whale hunters who now work as “Whale Spotters” for this tour. During the boat ride, these “spotters” usually stand at the Boat’s bow. He signals the direction of the Whales or Dolphins. Boat ride is about 2 hours hoping for sightings of dolphins and whales. Several species of Dolphins including the playful spinner dolphins are considered resident in the area. 

Toothed Whales are reportedly sighted during February to as late as November while Baleen whales are sighted from February to August.  Around midday, you head to the island of Pamilacan for a sumptuous picnic lunch. The afternoon is at leisure. You can walk around the island and see how former “Whale Hunters” live. Perhaps a massage by local masseuse. Why not swim in the crystal-clear waters right in front of a Spanish fort or snorkel in the “sanctuary” where colourful marine life is in abundance. 

Balicasag Island Tour with Lunch

Duration 6 Hours
 
Tour Code: IDDTTAG62

Depart at 08:30Hrs by motorised outrigger boat for an excursion to Balicasag Island, known for its rich marine life, abundant colourful coral fishes, corals & its resident turtles. The boat ride takes about 30 minutes from Alona Beach of Panglao island. Balicasag is one of the best diving sites in the country, with the most diverse marine life. Diving activity can be arranged separately, and you need to be certified for this. Regardless, snorkelling is as promising.

An outdoor ‘picnic’ lunch will be laid by the beachfront.

Loboc River Stand up Paddle Board

Duration 3 Hours
 
Tour Code: IDDTTAG63

Stand Up Paddling (SUP) is the latest eco-adventure in the Philippines. If you ever find yourself down south in Bohol, do not miss the chance to paddle for 8kms across the Loboc River, one of the biggest rivers on the island. Here, you will get to experience local Boholano culture and natural sceneries from a unique vantage point- by gliding on water! You can even watch magical fireflies at night on a SUP board. SUP Tours Philippines is the first ASI SUP School in the Philippines. ASI meaning Academy of Surfing Instructors, an international body that offers the highest level of certification for “supping” instructors.