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Full-Day Bohol Excursion (Departs from Cebu)

1. 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.

Cebu: Bantayan Island and Virgin Island Hopping Day Tour

2. Cebu: Bantayan Island and Virgin Island Hopping Day Tour

Start your tour with an early pick up at your hotel at 4:00 am. Eat your breakfast along the way and board a ferry bound for Bantayan Island. After arriving at the island, you’ll start your tricycle tour. Your first stop is Omagieca Obo-ob Mangrove Garden. You can learn more about the importance of mangroves on your visit. It can also provide you with a stunning backdrop to your travel photos. In fact, it is one of the locations where the movie Camp Sawi was filmed. Your next stop is Paradise Beach. True to its name, this white-sand beach is bordered by pristine waters and beautiful rock formations.  You’ll then experience cliff-diving in Bantayan in the German Ruins. The ruins themselves are actually part of an unfinished house that locals say was built by a German. Apart from being a good cliff-diving spot, the German Ruins also offer visitors stunning views of the sky and the sea. Next, you’ll visit Kota Beach, which is famous for its powdery sand and sandbar. Your last stop for this tour is Virgin Island and enjoy the powdery white sand and the shimmering azure water.

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What people are saying about Bohol

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 8 reviews

From the pick-up (super nice driver), to the ferry to the pick-up in Bohol, everything went well. Our tour guide was already waiting with a sign at the pier. She was very talkative and friendly. She knew a lot and also knew other travel guides, which often helped us to progress quickly. We did all the activities at a good pace and learned a lot, unfortunately there was still a lot of time (over 2 hours) left at the end, which the tour guide then tried to fill with additional activities that had to be paid for. Since the tour itself wasn't cheap, it would have been nice to be able to do the planned activities in a leisurely manner or simply to offer an earlier return trip. All in all an informative tour worth seeing.