[BOHOL]Weekend in Bohol – A throwback from 2015

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Cebu – Tagbilaran – Panglao // Travel date: July 25-26, 2015

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Sometime in 2015, one of our consultants from the US went to the Philippines and he spent almost 3 weeks in Cebu. Every weekend he spent time with the team… here are just one of the weekends where we had an amazing race in Bohol.

Naph already arranged the accommodation and the van for our tour, the first day is the countryside tour, and on the second day is and island hopping. We had taken the first trip from Cebu City to Bohol. Here’s our 2-day itinerary in Bohol.

Day 1: Countryside Day Tour /Heritage Tour 

This itinerary is already curated once you rented a van in Bohol. There are rentals that they will just ask you for the van rental while the others, will already include your tour package.

  • Sandugo Site – The Sandugo was a blood compact, performed in the island of Bohol in the Philippines, between the Spanish explorer Miguel López de Legazpi and Datu Sikatuna the chieftain of Bohol on March 16, 1565, to seal their friendship as part of the tribal tradition. This is considered as the first treaty of friendship between the Spaniards and Filipinos. “Sandugo” is a Visayan word which means “one blood”. – Wiki
    • No entrance fee

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  • Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception in Baclayon 
    • No entrance fee if you’re just outside the church but there’s P50 when you want to visit the church museum.

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  • Bohol Python and Wildlife Park
  • Lunch at Loboc River Cruise
    • Buffet starts at P450

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  • Tarsier Conservation Area
    • Entrance Fee: 60
  • Bilar Man-Made Forest
    • No entrance fee

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  • Butterfly Garden
    • Entrance fee – P30
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  • Chocolate Hills
    • Entrance fee – P50

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  • Bamboo Hanging Bridge
    • Entrance fee: P20

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  • Loboc EcoTourism Adventure Park
    • Zipline – P250

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Day 2: Island Hopping (Balicasag Island & Isola de Francisco – Virgin Island)

You have to rent a boat, snorkeling gear, and an entrance of P250/head. Your pay is worth it especially when you love seeing these sea creatures. We surely love Balicasag Island and would love to go back.

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After our Balicasag Island, we proceeded to Isola de Francisco, the Pontod Island, formerly called the Virgin Island. It has a long sand bar where we actually enjoyed and spent the rest of our hours before ending our island hopping tour. The owner seemed to be a devoted Catholic since from afar you already see a big gold status of San Francisco.

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La Isola de Francisco Bohol

 

How to get to Tagbilaran & Tubigon: There are several boats and fast crafts that are coming to and fro Tagbilaran and Tubigon. You may check out their websites or go to their offices. If you don’t have definite plans, better call their office for the next trip, or go to Pier 1 directly.

  • WEESAMWeesam Ticket Office (Main) Weesam Ticketing Office, BF Building , Pier 4 ,NRA , Cebu City
CEBU-TUBIGON TUBIGON-CEBU
 06:30 am 08:15 am
 10:00 am 11:45 am
 01:30 pm 03:15 pm
 05:00 pm 06:45 m

 

Cebu – Tubigon (vice versa)
Passenger Tourist Class Economy Class First Class
Student Php 240 Php 220 Php 280
Regular Php 300 Php 275 Php 350
Senior Php 240 Php 220 Php 280
Minor (3-11 yrs. Old) Php 150 Php 140 Php 175

One Way Promo for Cebu-Tagbilaran or Vice Versa

Rate of Ticket
On Date or Advance Php 500.00 (Tourist Class Accommodation)
On Date Php 500.00 (Open-Air Accommodation)
Advance Php 450.00 (Only Limited Seats for Open-Air Accommodation)

Ocean Fast Ferries, Inc. : Pier 1, Cebu Pier Area, Cebu City, Cebu Philippines

Ocean Fast Ferries, Inc. | Contacts
Pier 1, Cebu Pier Area, Cebu City, Cebu Philippines
Tel Nos: +63(32)255 7560
+63 (32) 255 0115
0917 638 0000
customerservice@oceanjet.net

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