Air-conditioned roundtrip tour transfer from Tagbilaran City/ Panglao Island hotel
Driver Guide as Tour facilitator
Ruins of Baclayon Church
Buffet Lunch at Loboc/Loay River Cruise
Bohol Countryside Tour with Guide + Buffet Lunch
Chocolate Hills: The world-renowned cone-shaped Chocolate Hills is Natures expression of beauty, mystery and romance and a provinces signature attraction. It consist of approximately 1,268 hay cock hills with height ranging from 40 to 120 meters. Formed centuries ago by tidal movements.
Man Made Forest: The Bohol Forest is a man-made mahogany forest stretching in a two-kilometer stretch of densely planted Mahogany trees located in the border of Loboc and Bilar towns. Before and after this man-made forest are the naturally grown forests of Loboc and Bilar which are thick with a kaleidoscope of green foliage, different species of trees and giant ferns lining the road.
Butterfly Sanctuary - The open butterfly garden has been carefully created with specialized plants that attract the butterflies to the garden. There are over sixty species of local butterflies that naturally visit the garden. The butterfly garden is full of butterflies and the plants they love. The plants have been carefully chosen to attract and feed the butterflies. The garden has been landscaped and has seating so you can relax and sit among the fluttering beauties, or take a stroll if you prefer.
Hanging Bridge - The hanging bridge was originally constructed using just bamboo and rope. Today, the rope has made way to steel cables, giving added safety and stability. The deck of the bridge is still formed out of woven bamboo slats. In places some of these appear broken but its still sturdy enough to take the weight of tourists and locals alike. Just watch where you put your feet. Walking onto the bridge is a little daunting at first as the bamboo deck flexes a little under your feet. Although the support cables are now made of steel, you still experience some side to side sway and up and down bounce.
Tarsier Encounter - This is the oldest known mammal to walk the planet known as the "midget monkey of the Philippines". A midget monkey with big round eyes, it is only found in the island province of Bohol in the Visayas region. Measuring from 4 to 5 inches, it has a tail that is longer than its body.
Loboc River Cruise - A River Cruise on the Loboc River is one of the "MUST DOs" while you are on vacation on Bohol. This is true both for local and for foreign tourists. The access point to the Loboc River is located near the town of Loboc, only about 24 km from TagbilaranCity.A typical tour along the Loboc River usually starts with a buffet ala "All You Can Eat" on one of the Floating Restaurants and is followed by a 1 hour cruise up and down the Loboc River. The boat will turn around at some small waterfalls where it can not go any further. Somewhere during the cruise they will stop at a small jetty along the river and some locals will provide a culture show for their guests.
Loay River Cruise - The Rio verde Floating Restaurant, these floating restaurants consists of two banka-hulls, over which a large wooden platform is placed. On this platform, umerous tables are place, and a band plays music. Different boats play different styles of music, so, if you make a careful choice, you can diine with you favourite music. On our boat, they were playing mostly popular jazz and bles style music, and serenade us some local songs, which, although you would expect. Part of the cruise is a sop and visit on what they called Ati Tribe, a local tribe located along the LoayRiver.
Baclayon Church - Construction began in 1717 where some 200 native forced laborers (obras pias) cut and dragged coral blocks from the sea, using only bamboos in moving and lifting the stones in position. Millions of white eggs were said to have been used as cement.
Blood Compact Site - This statue commemorates the Blood Compact between Sikatuna and Legaspi. A drop of blood drawn from a small incision in the arm of each of the two chiefs and in the presence of the followers of both, each chief drank the portion containing the blood of the other.