Bohol Countryside Tour
The tour starts with a visit to the Blood Compact Marker site in Tagbilaran where Filipinos and Spaniards first fostered friendly relations through blood. The tour then goes towards Carmen, the site of the famed Chocolate Hills and home of the endemic Tarsier. On our way back, we will board a raft on which lunch will be served. This a full day tour of the scenic countryside of Bohol. The tour also includes the lush Mahogany Man-made Forest and the green farmland in Bilar and Batuan.
View the spot where the Spaniards and 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.
This is an old stone church with religious relics dating back to the early 16th century. It is considered as one of the oldest stone churches in the Philippines.
See the smallest primate in the world along the Loboc River.
Feel the coolness of the air and view the awesome display of the thousands of mahogany trees painstakingly planted by the people.
This is Bohol’s first and foremost tourist attraction. Feast your eyes on the breathtaking work of nature that has been considered as one of the wonders of the world. There are 1,268 haycock hills which turn brown during the dry season, giving it that chocolatey look.
Enjoy lunch while cruising and viewing the majestic panorama of nipa palm plantation along the banks of the river. Sometimes, wild ducks can be seen feeding and swimming on the river.
Loay River Firefly Cruise
Loay River Firefly Cruise is the newest attraction in Bohol. You will ride, not a cruise ship but a slow-moving unlit barge that will take you to a wider part of the river. The river sides only contains mangroves gently moves with the cold wind giving it a romantic and magical backdrop where the dim light of the sky and the twinkling lights from the fireflies are the only illumination of the place.
The Bohol Bee Farm is a secluded and rustic resort-cum-restaurant located in Panglao Island. They serve delicious, organic, healthy food in the restaurant as well as indulge your craving for Boholano delicacies from their bakeshop. Local souvenirs are also available.
This island is famous for its quiet beaches, but notable locations include Dauis Church (with a well in front of its altar), Hinagdanan Cave, Panglao Church, Watch Tower, and the market. This tour also includes dolphin and whale watching while aboard an early morning boat trip to scenic Pamilacan Island. Spinner dolphins are best seen after sunrise.
Punta Watch Tower
Pamilacan Island is home to about 11 species of whales and dolphins. Former male whale hunters are now being trained spotters. Prime dolphin- and whale-watching months are from March to June, but resident dolphin and whale species can be found all year round. Tours are dependent on weather and sea conditions.
Balicasag is a small island that has a large marine sanctuary and is an excellent place for scuba diving and snorkeling with its clear blue waters an bountiful marine life.
Scuba Diving in Bohol
Bohol diving is considered to be one of the best in the world. The majority of diving in Bohol is conducted around the southwestern end of Bohol proper. The resort island of Panglao is a great base for to set up and explore the numerous dive sites that abound the islands, including Balicasag, Pungtud, Gakang, and Pamilacan. A black coral forest is among its main attractions. We offer Discover Scuba diving lessons for those who are interested to dive without paying for a full course.
E.A.T Danao stands for Eco/Extreme/Educational Adventure Tour Danao. It is the newest tourism attraction in Bohol. Visit Danao Adventure Park for more details and rates.
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