What to do?

Bohol Day Trip From Cebu

Bookie Price
Above P2,500 per person
Bookie C.L.A.S.
C: Coverage 5/5
L: Locations 4.5/5
A: Affordability 3.5/5
S: Schedule 4/5
Perfect For
Exploring the local cultural scene
Relaxing with Mother Nature
Route Map

If you’re staying for a few days in Cebu, it’s always an awesome choice to go on a side trip to Bohol, which is just a two-hour ferry ride away. In the Countryside Tour, you get to visit the church ruins, stand puny at the Bilar Manmade Forest, have a hearty lunch while river-cruising and go on a staring contest with a tarsier.

  • Destinations:
    Blood Compact Site
    Baclayon Church
    Loboc River Cruise
    Tarsier Sanctuary
    Loboc Man-made Forest
    Bohol Sanctuary
    Chocolate Hills
    Souvenir Shop
  • Pick-up Time: 06:00 am
  • Tour Duration: 12 hours

  • Land transfers
  • Boat transfers
  • Entrance fees
  • Environmental fees
  • Tour guide
  • Snacks
  • Meals
  • Life vest
  • Snorkel rental
  • Kayak rental
  • Souvenirs

• Price range is based on a group of six adults.
• Rate increases for smaller groups.
• Joiners'/group tour is not available for this.

  • Chocolate Hills

    Based on folklore, there were two contesting giants and they met up at the place where the chocolate hills are located now. It was raining during that time and so they created mud balls and threw them at each other. Tantananan… The chocolate hills were formed. It’s a great telltale and I am still amazed how these were formed. Some of the hills got damaged during the earthquake but even with such an untoward circumstance, the hills remained beautiful and worth a visit.

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  • Loboc River Cruise

    Clean river is rare nowadays but in Bohol’s Loboc river, Clean is an understatement. The river not only supports local biodiversity but also that of tourism and transport systems. In the cruise, we got serenaded with local folk songs. Its also opportune to relax and enjoy the subtle breeze. Food was great too, we were served adobong pusit, escabeche, grilled liempo, bouillabaisse, grilled fish, and local fruits and delicacies for dessert.

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