We are now offering some rooms for rent so why just do a 1 day Bohol tour when you can stay a few days and see even more of Bohol.
Boundary Danao Tawala, Panglao Bohol, Philippines
Php 1,500.00 a day for 2 persons
Additional person Php 100.00 each
If you want to do long term booking we can arrange a price reduction for bookings up to a month or longer.
Please just send me an inquiry for details.
- Air conditioned room
- Cooking equipments
- Cable TV
- Private and spacious toilet
- Walking distance to Alona Beach
* We accept monthly and weekly basis.
* We can arrange Tour Packages and Island Hopping boat.
Your Choco Tour will contain the following destinations.
*The Blood Compact Site
*The Python Sanctuary
* Loay Local Industry
Observe the local craftsmen as they made bolos and other metal crafts. Witness also as the men and women made the Nipa leaves into a roofing materials.
* Loboc Floating Restaraunt
* Tarsier Monkeys
* The Hanging Bridge
* Man Made Forest
* The Butterfly Farm
This tour will be at least a full 8 hour day or longer depending on the time you spend at each location.
For those of you who really want to add a stop at Sagbayan Peak we will take you there for an additional 300 pesos for car and 500 pesos for van. You will also have to pay for Sagbayan's entry fees and activities.
Your Panglao Tour will contain the following destinations..
* The Dauis Church
Located in the town of Dauis, three kilometers from Tagbilaran City, Dauis Church is one of Bohol’s beautiful churches that has retained its Spanish architecture despite a semi-modern façade. It was built in the year 1697, its design largely influenced by Romanesque and Byzantine architecture. Beautiful frescoes painted in 1916 by a painter named Ray Francia decorate the entire ceiling of the church.
* The Bohol Bee Farm
The Bohol Bee Farm is an agriculture haven situated on top of a cliff on Panglao Island, Bohol dedicated to bee cultivation, organic farming, and healthy eating. Aside from growing diverse agricultural produce, Bohol Bee Farm also houses a resort and a restaurant where visitors can take a time off from the city and find relaxation while providing livelihood to the local residents.
* Alona Beach
Alona Beach, on the south-west of Panglao island, is a beautiful, well developed one and a half kilometer stretch of white sand.
* The Shell Museum
The Bohol Shell Museum showcases various common and rare seashell specimens from Bohol and the Philippines.
* Hinagdanan Cave
The Hinagdanan Cave is Bohol's most famous and visited cave. It is a naturally lighted cavern with a deep lagoon and many large stalactites and stalagmites. The cave is lit by sunlight which filters through holes in the ceiling.
* Ostrich Farm
The Ostrich farm has an area of caged animals like an albino python, turtles, fish, birds and other reptiles. Here you can also take pictures alongside life-size statues of a gigantic tarsier and the
* Panglao Watch Tower
Nearby Panglao Church is the Panglao Watch Tower which is a 5-storey bell tower built of cut stone in 1851. Octagon in shape and covered by a pitched roof, it is said to be the tallest of its kind in the Philippines.
Dolphin Watching / Snorkeling
|P 1, 800.00
P 2, 000.00
|Max. of 4pax
Max. of 6pax
Max. of 12pax
**Note if your not staying in Panglao a transit fee of 600 Php for car and 700 Php for Van will apply!
The snorkel and guide cost 150 Php per person. These charges are from guides on the island of Balicasag.