BOHOL COUNTRYSIDE TOUR
(Until March 2019)
BLOOD COMPACT SITE (Tagbilaran City) - View the spot where the Spaniards and the Filipinos fostered friendly relations through blood. This is considered as the First Seed of the United Nations and the first Treaty between the brown and white race.
BACLAYON CHURCH (Baclayon) - Behold an old stone church along with its religious relics dating back to the early 16th century inside the museum. It is considered as one of the oldest stone church in the Philippines.
LOAY BACKYARD INDUSTRY (Loay) – Observe the local craftsmen as they make bolos and other handmade metal crafts. You may also witness, as the men and women made the Nipa leaves into roofing materials.
CLARIN ANCESTRAL HOUSE (Loay) – Visit a typical Boholano home, which was declared by the National Historical Institute as a heritage site. View the old collections of the Clarin Family displayed inside the house.
TARSIER (Loboc) – See the smallest primate in the world at the Tarsier Conservation Center.
MAN-MADE FOREST (Bilar) - Feel the coolness of the air and view the awesome display of the thousands of mahogany trees painstakingly planted by the people.
CHOCOLATE HILLS (Carmen) - Feast your eyes on the breathtaking work of nature, One thousand two hundred sixty-eight haycock hills, which turn brown during, dry season. This is been considered as one of the wonders of the world.
LOBOC-LOAY RIVER CRUISE - View the majestic panorama of Nipa palm plantation along the Loboc-Loay River. Sometimes wild ducks are seen swimming and feeding on the river. While cruising, lunch will serve on board.
PAMILACAN AND BALICASAG ISLAND
*All entrance fees
7:30 A.M. Pick up at the Hotel
8:00 A.M Departures from the Baclayon Pier
9:00 A.M Arrive at Pamilacan Island
*Swimming on the powdery white sand beach and snorkelling on the lush coral
12:00 – 01:00 PM
Enjoy your lunch on the beach
01:00 – 02:30 Travel to Balicasag Island
02:30 – 03:30 Swimming and snorkelling on the lush coral gardens
03:30 - 04:00 Travel back to Alona Beach
05:00:00 AM Arrived at the hotel
Dauis Church & Miracle Well – The church in Dauis is one of the sophisticated and complex structures of its kind in Bohol. Built according to a plan for basilicas, that is, with a high central nave flanked by lower aisles, certain innovations have been added such as a pair of extensions to form “transepts “.
Hinagdanan Cave – Well known, and easy to reach is Hinagdanan ("laddered" in Cebuano) cave on the island of Panglao, just 2.5 kilometres from Dauis. This cave has a large number of stalactites hanging from the ceiling, and matching stalagmites sticking out of the earth below them. The cave leads to a large underground cavern, that contains a pond. Both ends of the cave are open but swimming in the pool is not advisable as the waters there are not clean.
Panglao Church and Watch Tower – In the records of the diocese, Panglao was established as a parish by the Jesuits in 1782.The Recollects’ records show that they took charge of Panglao town in 1803
Sea Shells Museum – View the private collections of sea shells in Bohol as well as in other parts of the country.
Panglao White sand Beach – Go swimming or just walking on the powdery white sand beach of Panglao.
Bohol Bee Farm - From a simple bee farm showcase and demo farm for organic farming, Bohol Bee Farm has now blossomed as one of the must stop and try destination in Bohol. The bees on Panglao also manage to work part-time for the growers of hectares of maize and mango trees on Panglao: the busy little bees in trees pollinate the mangoes, buzz the nectar back to the farm on the next scheduled flight, and happily make honey. Honey from the farm can be bought - plus some crafts made locally - in various localities around Bohol. Here everyone can freely say and call honey.