What To Expect
A day of scenic grandeur -- you start with a fast ferry ride for an hour and a half to Tagbilaran, capital city of Bohol Island, an eco-tourism destination. Upon arrival, you proceed on a tour of the Bohol Countryside, passing by a major landmark, the Blood Compact Monument; then rural scenes like a man-made mahogany forest (a reforestation project), a nipa palm village, the 15th Century Baclayon Church & Museum, and finally the scenic, serene river in town of Loboc.
Cruise up the river while you take your lunch on a local floating restaurant. Be entertained by a guitar duet who will serenade you with local folksongs and international pop music. Take time to enjoy an encounter with the world's smallest primate - the Tarsier, before travelling on to Carmen town to marvel at the famed Chocolate Hills, a thousand or more uniformly-shaped hills that turn brown during summer, resembling chocolate mounds. Be sure to check out the splendid vista from the Viewpoint on top of one of the highest of these hills. With some free time, walk about the small stalls and take home a souvenir.
Return to Tagbilaran City to catch your late afternoon ferry back to Cebu.
Services of an English-speaking tour guide
All entrance fees
Loboc River cruise lunch
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
Baclayon Church and Museum will resume visitor access on 05 November 2013.
Due to ongoing renovations of the original viewing deck, the Chocolate Hills Adventure Park will be used as a viewing deck until the end of the year.
Children below 2 years old are free of charge.
Children must be accompanied by at least two adults.
Hotel pick-up may be up to an hour before departure time.
The following information will be required upon booking:
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