Bohol Tours

Daily tours to Baclayon Church tours, Biking tours, Marine Sanctuary tours, Blood Compact tours, Chocolate Hills tours, Famous Bohol Resorts tours, Hanging Bridge tours, Loboc River dinner tours, tours to the Man-made forest, tours of Panglao Island, Bohol Dive Sites tours, tours of Tagbilaran, Tarsier tours

Bohol Tours and low cost Tour Packages

Bohol Tours
Bohol Tours

We offer the following Bohol Tour Packages and Services
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Bohol Tours and Services Offered Affordable Bohol Tour Packages.
Tours include Chocolate Hills Tour, Wonders of Bohol Tour, Dolphin Watching and Balicasag Island Hopping Tour, Sagbayan Peak,Daily tours to Baclayon Church tours, Biking tours, Marine Sanctuary tours, Blood Compact tours, Chocolate Hills tours, Famous Bohol Resorts tours, Hanging Bridge tours, Loboc River dinner tours, tours to the Man-made forest, tours of Panglao Island, Bohol Dive Sites tours, tours of Tagbilaran, Tarsier tours and other nature tours….


CHOCOLATE HILLS BOHOL TOUR

Tour will take 6-8 hrs.

1-5 People 2600 Php/Group without entrance fees
6-11 People 3300 Php/Group without entrance fees

Tour Includes:
*Blood Compact Site
*Baclayon Church & Museum
*Tarsiers
*Loboc River Cruise
*Hanging Bridge and Shopping For Native Products
*Chocolate Hills



WONDERS OF BOHOL TOUR
Tour will take 6-8 hrs.
1-5 Persons 2800 Php/Group without entrance fees
6-11 Persons 3500 Php/Group without entrance fees

Tour Includes:
*Tarsier Foundation in Corella

*Man Made Forest

*Butterfly Sanctuary
*Chocolate Hills
*Rice Terraces
*Hinagdanan Cave


BOHOL BIRD WATCHING TOUR


1-5 Persons 2100 Php/Group without entrance fees
6-11 Persons 2500 Php/Group without entrance fees

Tour Includes:
*Rajah Sikatuna National Park – Bilar – 9,023 Hectares
Entrance Fee: Php 100 / person
…Please make reservation 1 day in advance to allow us to book your guide.
*Different trails can be followed.
*Latest departure time should be 5 AM.



BOHOL COUNTRYSIDE TOUR

1-5 People 2800 Php/Group without entrance fees
6-11 People 3500 Php/Group without entrance fees

Tour Includes:

* Blood Compact Site
* Baclayon Church & Museum
* Python Sanctuary
* Clarin Ancestral House
* Loboc River Cruise
* Tarsiers
* Man Made Forest
* Hanging Bridge and Shopping For Native Products
* Butterfly Sanctuary
* Chocolate Hills

BOHOL SAGBAYAN PEAK TOUR
1-5 People 2700 Php/Group without entrance fees
6-11 People 3500 Php/Group without entrance fees

Tour Includes:
1. Punta Cruz Watch Tower
2. Calape Church
3. Sagbayan Peak


BOHOL ANTEQUERA WATER FALLS TOUR
“Mag-aso Falls”
1-5 People 2100 Php/Group without entrance fees
6-11 People 2500 Php/Group without entrance fees



BOHOL DANAO ADVENTURE TOUR

1-5 People 3750 Php/Group without entrance fees
6-11 People 4250 Php/Group without entrance fees

BOHOL HINAGDANAN CAVE TOUR
1-5 People 400 Php/Group without entrance fees
6-11 People 500 Php/Group without entrance fees



BOHOL DOLPHIN WATCHING TOUR

1-7 People 1,650 Php/Group without entrance fees
8-12 People 2,300 Php/Group without entrance fees
BOHOL DOLPHIN WATCHING & BALICASAG SNORKELING TOUR
1-7 People 2,000 Php/Group without entrance fees
8-12 People 2,500 Php/Group without entrance fees


BOHOL BALICASAG SNORKELING & VIRGIN ISLAND TOUR
1-7 People 1,900 Php/Group without entrance fees
8-12 People 2,400 Php/Group without entrance fees


BOHOL DOLPHIN WATCHING, BALICASAG SNORKELING
& VIRGIN ISLAND TOUR

1-7 People 2,350 Php/Group without entrance fees
8-12 People 2,800 Php/Group without entrance fees

BOHOL ISLAND HOPPING:
Balicasag Snorkeling & Virgin Island TOUR
1-4 People 1,900 Php/Group without entrance fees
5-8 People 2,500 Php/Group without entrance fees

We can serve private picnic lunch or barbecue lunch @ Virgin Island + 550 Php/ person.


BOHOL ISLAND HOPPING TOURS:
Dolphin Watching, Balicasag Snorkeling & Virgin Island TOUR
1-4 People 2,350 Php/Group without entrance fees
5-8 People 3,000 Php/Group without entrance fees

We can serve private picnic lunch or barbeque lunch@ Virgin Island + 550/ person.

Bohol Diving & Snorkeling TOUR
Diving Prices: with license – per person
1 Dive 1,250 Php
2 Dives 1,100 Php
10 Dives 10,000 Php
1 Night Dive 1,350 Php
Gear Rental complete set 300 Php

*prices not including equipment.

Have questions about the BOHOL PACKAGE TOURS?
Please Contact Us us for special rates.

Map Of Bohol
Map Of Bohol

Resort Information Bohol

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A new Bohol Resort Information web site just launched. BoholPhilippines.info launched a few days ago.

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We are hoping this Bohol information covering subjects like Panglao Island, Alona Beach Bars, Alona Beach Hotels, Alona Beach resorts, Alona Beach Scuba Diving, Bohol Beach Resorts, Bohol Hotels, Bohol INN, Bohol Photography, Bohol Resorts, Bohol Scuba Diving, Bohol Scuba Diving Resorts, Bohol Services, Bohol Tours, Bohol Videos, Daus Beach Resorts, Motorcycle Rentals, Panglao Beach Resorts, Panglao Hotels, Panglao Island Resorts, Restaurants, Tagbilaran Bohol and all about Tagbilaran City Hotels, will provide you with a great introduction to the wonderful island of Bohol Philippines
We hope you enjoy your stay here and Mabuhi Philippines.

Bohol the NEW Boracay

The friendliness of Boholanos are second to none when it comes to hospitality. I have had the pleasure of visiting Boracay island (a little difficult to get to as Boracay doesn’t have an airport yet) and the Island of Bohol.

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Chocolate Hills Bohol Philippines
The island of bohol is becoming more and more popular. With many more attractions than Boracay, its easy to see why more and more tourists are flocking To Bohol Philippines rather than Boracay each year.

The friendliness of Boholanos are second to none when it comes to hospitality. I have had the pleasure of visiting Boracay island (a little difficult to get to as Boracay doesn’t have an airport yet) and the Island of Bohol.
BOHOL – This 10th largest island in the Philippines immediately grabbed my attention the moment i stepped off the plane.
My guide was waiting at the Tagbilaran Airport to greet me with open arms and show me around the Island of Bohol. I quickly realized after driving down the smooth roads of Tagbilaran and traveling to Panglao Island where the resort was located on near Alona Beach, Bohol was the place to travel to in the Philippines due to its beauty and cleanliness, little traffic and breathtaking scenery but best of all LOTS TO DO AND SEE. If you have visited any other islands in the Philippines you will know pollution is a big issue here. But not in Bohol. This Island was Clean…and not only the water but the air quality and city as well.

I also noticed the quality of the roads were far exceeding anything i have witnessed in the Philippines. A smooth ride to the resort with NEW concrete roads that were a pleasure to cruse down. Motorcycle enthusiasts also flock to Bohol as the Famous Bohol Bikers always have a ride scheduled for tours around the island with the club members. The tours around Bohol are highly recommended using a van or bus if you have many people in your group but then you may decide to “Rough It” and go it alone on a brand new motorcycle curtsey of Bohol Island Rentals.

Mike at Mikes Island Motorcycle Rentals is the best! He rents out clean reliable motor cycles that wont leave you STUCK in the wrong place.
He will also deliver that shiny new motorcycle to your resort or hotel anywhere in the Island of bohol..some charge for delivery may apply.
his sites are www.boholmotorcycles.com.

All in all Bohol has what it takes to please even the most adventuress tourist and keep the coming back time and time again…
The websites below are up to provide you with the best that Bohol has to offer and more tourist spots than a dog has fleas…

If you decide to visit here in Bohol Philippines, you wont be disappointed.

Mabuhi Bohol Philippines – (Welcome To Bohol Philippines)

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Bohol Tours and Tourist Spots – The Historic Ermita Ruins

Bohol Tours and Tourist Spots – The Historic Ermita Ruins

The Historic Ermita Ruins
The Historic Ermita Ruins

Ermita Ruins – Bohol, Philippines – Bohol Tours and Tourist Spots
The Ermita Ruins is one of the best Bohol Tourist Spots for travelers here in Bohol. The Ermita Ruins are the ruins of a coralline limestone structure built during the Spanish Regime in Bohol. It lies parallel to the nave of the St. Nicholas Tolentino Church in the town of Dimiao, Bohol. It was allegedly used as a military fortress, a chapel and a burial site of the members of the Spanish clergy that died here in Bohol. Archaeological excavations of The Ermita Ruins were done in 1995 and 1998 in a quest to uncover its mysterious past..
Ermita is a Spanish term for a small church or chapel in a lonely place.

In a study conducted by a team from the National Museum entitled “Archaeological Exposition of the 18th Century Structure, Ermita Ruins is an 18th century structure, which has the closest resemblance to Paco Cemetery, a historical site in Paco, Manila. Built in 1800 until 1815 by Fr. Enrique de Santo de Villanueva, it was constructed during the Spanish colonial period that has been abandoned and erected by a population that was willing to work for the church and the Ermita.

It has honeycombed-arranged tombs or sepulchers that are unique and so far, the only one found in the Philippines, which make up the walls of the Ermita.

The researchers were surprised why no graves were found in the tombs. To them, perhaps, it was constructed to serve not only as a Chapel, but also as a cemetery. But even before it was completed, it could be possible that a big catastrophic event occurred, an epidemic perhaps, which explains the mass burial, as evidenced by skeletons excavated from the ground, not properly arranged but just laid on top of the others.

On the other hand, researchers consider the idea that perhaps, the absence of bones in the hundreds of small niches (although there were few sets of bones recovered and transferred to the Municipal Cemetery) explained by the closure of the cemetery in 1844 by Fr. Manuel Carususan; its nearness to the church was deemed unhealthy.

The preservation of the Ermita Ruins is a joint project of the Diocese of Tagbilaran, the St. Nicholas Parish, and Local Government of Dimiao. The preservation is in accordance with the policies of the National Heritage Institute (NHI) to retain the antiquity of the place and preserve its natural beauty and attraction…
More information here…http://www.dimiao-bohol.gov.ph/ermita-ruins.html