Bohol Vacation Package Escapade Tour
(2 Days/1 Night) as low as PhP 5,032.00/head of 3 persons
An all-in-one Bohol Vacation Package! Now, for a 2D/1N stay in our partner hotel,Tierra Azul, visit Bohol’s major countryside attractions and experience the thrilling pursuit of dolphins plus Balicasag Island hopping at a very affordable price! This set-up is perfect for tourists who want to experience the best of Bohol in such a short stint.
For only P 5,032.00/head minimum of 3 persons during peak season although much lower during off season. This Bohol Escapade Package Tour includes FREE daily breakfast and 1 river cruise lunch; transfers (port, tour, boat) and entrance fees are covered including charges and government tax.
Prices are lower with more in the group. Tell us how many you are and we will quote you the price per head.
Stated package rate above is subject to change without prior notice. If hotel required is other than Tierra Azul, price of the package will be adjusted basing upon the room rates of the hotel wanted. Other hotels do not offer free breakfast, so package conditions may be affected too. Prices are confirmed once paid and so will not be subject to any untoward price changes.
Bohol Escapade package with Musical Extravaganza or Pamilacan Dolphin Watching may differ in rate since costs for van (for tour) or boat for Pamilacan and transfers are higher.
Below is the quotation for for 1-5 persons and the rate of the package per head.
I would like to emphasize both resorts are our partner resorts. Tierra Azul is not a resort but a beach house, offering simple air-conditioned room accommodations, no hot and cold shower and a swimming pool. On the other hand, Alona Tropical Beach Resort has complete facilities and the best ambiance. It is beachfront, with Wifi, a Swimming pool and a nice restaurant.
All rooms of any resorts are subject for its availability.
|TIERRA AZUL BEACH HOUSE (Rate Per Head)|
|ALONA TROPICAL BEACH RESORT (Rate Per Head)|
Tagbilaran Airport or Seaport Pick Up then tour upon arrival. Check-in to partner hotel will be after the tour.
Chocolate Hills & Countryside Tour begins right after arrival
Places to Visit:Blood Compact Site (Tagbilaran City) - The spot where the “Sandugo” took place; a blood compact between Miguel Lopez de Legazpi of Spain and Rajah Sikatuna of Bohol. The blood compact is considered as the First Treaty of Friendship between two different races, religions, culture and civilization. A treaty based on respect and equality! A place where you can immerse yourself in history!
Baclayon Church (Baclayon) – The oldest stone church in Bohol; in fact, one of the oldest in the Philippines, second to that of the San Agustin Church in Intramuros, Manila. A 21 meter high belfry lies adjacent to the church and a museum displays religious artifacts.
Bohol Python - Prony, the longest python in Bohol that is 23 feet long with an estimated weight of 300 kilos.
Loboc Church- known as the second oldest church in Bohol with the biggest convent. Convent is now a museum.
Loboc-Loay River Cruise (Loboc)– A cool and relaxing river cruise while dining on Boholano food and other native delicacies.
Tarsier Encounter (Loboc)– Observe the smallest primate in the world, the Tarsier, in its caged sanctuary.
Man Made Forest (Bilar)– Traverse the “Tina-i sa Manok” trail and pass by the Mahogany Forest on your way to Carmen and the Chocolate Hills!
Chocolate Hills (Carmen) – View one of the world’s wonders; 1,268 hills which, during the dry season, turns into brown and thus called the chocolate hills.
Shopping!– (Optional) If time permits, you may indulge in shopping for souvenirs and local delicacies).
Meal: Loboc River Cruise Buffet Lunch.
Other Inclusions: DOT Accredited Tour Guide and all Entrance Fees..
5:00 Breakfast or can arrange for packed breakfast..
5:45 Tour departs for a whole day dolphin watching and island hopping.
Pursuit dolphins and watch them as they frolic in the blue expanse of the Bohol Sea guided by former hunters turned tour guides on board hunting boats now refitted for the comfort of tourists! Spot the Risso’s dolphin, the playful spinner dolphin, the bottlenose dolphin, the spotted dolphin and the Fraser’s dolphin.
You have a choice of either touring the island village of Pamilacan unguided or island hopping with swimming and snorkeling at Balicasag Island!
If choice is Pamilacan, see large whale jaws and bones decorated on houses – relics of past hunting expeditions of the islanders before they turned stewards of the sea. Immerse yourself in history. Make a stopover at the 200-year-old Spanish fort on the northeast side of the island and then have lunch by the beach.
Or else, choose Balicasag and hop on to this island for unlimited swimming and snorkeling. Explore! The island is circular and flat, covered with palm trees and flowering bougainvilleas bordered by a white sand beach. One can go around the island in 45 minutes. And not only that, the island is surrounded with some of the best diving spots in the Philippines and 400 meters of it declared as a protected marine sanctuary thus you will see rare species of marine life in the area.
Lunch is available in Balicasag Island. A contact restaurant will prepare sumptuous food for you to choose from. Instead of setting a set price per head, we give you the freedom to choose the food that you would like to eat from a varied display according to your budget.
All Bohol Vacation Package activities lasts earlier than 4 PM and then one heads for the resort or hotel.
Inclusions: Breakfasts, Boat Transfers, Spotter, Tour Guide & Entrance Fees and Snorkel Gear
Free Transfer to seaport/airport
Notes: Travel time from resort (Panglao Island) to Tagbilaran City: 30-45 minutes.
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