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Bohol Package Tours

Bohol Package Tours and low cost Bohol Tour Packages

Bohol Tours
Bohol Tours

We offer the following Bohol Tour Packages and Services
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….


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


*Loboc River Cruise

*Hanging Bridge and Shopping For Native Products

*Chocolate Hills


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


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.


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


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

“Mag-aso Falls”

1-5 People 2100 Php/Group without entrance fees

6-11 People 2500 Php/Group without entrance fees


1-5 People 3750 Php/Group without entrance fees

6-11 People 4250 Php/Group without entrance fees


1-5 People 400 Php/Group without entrance fees

6-11 People 500 Php/Group without entrance fees


1-7 People 1,650 Php/Group without entrance fees

8-12 People 2,300 Php/Group without entrance fees


1-7 People 2,000 Php/Group without entrance fees

8-12 People 2,500 Php/Group without entrance fees


1-7 People 1,900 Php/Group without entrance fees

8-12 People 2,400 Php/Group without entrance fees


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

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

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 barbeque lunch @ Virgin Island + 550 Php/ person.

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

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Bohol Extreme Thrills The Plunge – Danao Bohol Philippines

Experience Extreme Thrills riding – The Plunge in Danao Bohol Philippines.

E.A.T. Danao or the Danao Adventure Park has the only canyon swing in the Philippines. And it’s called the Plunge. It’s considered the main attraction of the Danao Adventure Park here in Bohol Philippines.

The most thrilling activity in the Danao Adventure Park is the canyon swing which is called the Plunge. It’s a 50-meter free fall from the top of the 200-meter high cliff. Then as you hit the end of the rope, you’ll be swinging over the canyon for about 5 minutes until they are able to haul you back up again.

Danao Adventure Park
Booking Office: Ma. Wiena Saguid (0921)7594403 / (0917) 3021700
Tourism Office: Ana Loinda Saluan (0917) 3021701 / (038) 5100033

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Chocolate Hills – Touring Bohol

chocolate hills
chocolate hills

Once in Bohol, Chocolate Hills would be the place to start when Touring Bohol.

We visited Chocolate Hills while Touring Bohol on Motorcycles rented by Mike @ and i must say its a breathtaking ride through the man made forest and then to the top of Chocolate Hills.

The man made forest was a great ride and up to the top going to the Chocolate Hills and taking in the breathtaking view from the top of the stairs made me realize i made the right choice to come here first on my Bohol Tours Itinerary…don’t forget to bring your camera and submit a photo or 2 to our website at

and enjoy the many wonders of Bohol Philippines.

In addition to touring Bohol, there is an alternative route. Rent a motorcycle (If your comfortable driving a motorcycle) at
Mike will take care of you and give you an inside scoop on the best places to tour in Bohol. He will also deliver the Motorcycle right to your hotel or resort in Panglao or anywhere in Bohol (sometimes charging a small drop-off fee depending on where you decide to stay in Bohol).

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Bohol as a Premier Ecotourism Destination

Green travel is not a new thing in the Philippines. Since 1992, ‘ecotourism’ or sustainable tourism development, has been a focus of the Philippines Department of Tourism.
Bohol as a Premier Ecotourism Destination
Bohol, the tenth largest island in the Philippines offers diverse attractions of ecology, history, culture and many natural heritage sites. Known for its Chocolate Hills, Philippine Tarsiers and cosy white sand beaches, Bohol has long been a favorite tourist spot in the Philippines, not only to foreign travelers but also local ones. Located centrally within the Philippines it is accessible from all major transport hubs, by air or by boat.

Aviation has a difficult relationship with sustainability; it generates nearly as much carbon dioxide in a year as the total population of Africa. Visitors to Bohol from closer destinations may want to consider one of the many ferry services available. Unfortunately, visitors from further afield often cannot avoid flying. You can offset your carbon emissions, either through your flight or tour operator or directly through organizations like Carbon Neutral, and contribute to a sustainable environmental project.

Bohol and Luxury Cruises
A ferry is not the only way to reach Bohol by sea. The cruise industry is the fastest growing travel sector in the world, and recently Bohol has been attracting attention as a cruise ship destination. It’s easy to understand the popularity of cruise ship travel; often all-inclusive, cruise ships are an easy and comfortable way to enjoy a multi-stop holiday.
But they use a lot of fuel, not just to sail but also to power what is essentially a giant floating hotel. In the past the industry was criticized for knowingly polluting the seas and strongly resisting any sort of environmental regulation. But cruise ships are able to access unbeatable spots for wildlife watching and viewing natural wonders such as glaciers and the northern lights, they naturally appeal to the types of tourists who are interested in conservation. Luckily, the industry has long been cleaning up its act in an effort to become greener. The last 10 years, have seen cruise ships cut their waste and garbage by almost 50%. They have invested in advanced technology making it possible to reuse waste water for use in laundry and flushing toilets, installed solar panels and begun converting used cooking oil to more environmentally friendly biodiesel. Ships are fitted with high efficiency appliances and new ships are built and designed in ways to protect and conserve the environment. The cruise ship Celebrity Solstice powers its elevators and 7,000 LED lights with 216 solar panels. With this focus on sustainability and protecting the environment, now is a great time for Bohol to be introduced as a cruise destination.

Local Travel Choices
But it’s not only the travel you choose to reach your destination to consider. When on holiday, use public transport or cycle whenever possible. Bohol has a good public transport network of buses, tricycles and jeepneys, the latter originating from the reuse of old US military jeeps and used all over the country as a means of public transport. For difficult to reach areas, river cruises allow visitors to venture deep into the countryside and Bohol offers many tours along the Loboc Rover.
Social versus Environmental – Balancing The Benefits
Greener travel isn’t just about the environment; it’s also about improving the lives of local people. Tourism offers work opportunities, increased commerce for local shops, and usually spurs reinvestment in the local area. In turn, eco-tourism specifically encourages practices that provide meaningful connections with locals and the chance for a greater understanding of local cultural and social issues. Air travel will produce carbon emissions; this is unavoidable. If you stay at home, your carbon footprint may stay low, but it also means any benefit your travel could have meant to that local community is lost. So fly and participate in the carbon offset scheme, and know that the tourist activities you choose to participate in will have a positive impact on the lives of the local people. We want to keep the world beautiful, but we also want to experience it. With a little thought and consideration, tourism can be an amazing, not only for us but also for the local people of the areas we visit. We must make the best of a bad choice, minimize the negative impact and try our hardest to maximize the positive.

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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…

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Loboc River Lunch and Dinner Cruise

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Loboc River Dinner Cruise Bohol Philippines

Loboc Bohol is home of the famous Loboc Children’s Choir, Loboc is a peaceful municipality that is world famous to its well-known river which is aptly called Loboc River. This river is one of the cleanest rivers in the country. This is the one tourist spot you don’t want to miss during your Bohol Tours.

When visiting the town of Loboc you can experience cruising along the river on board small a bancas or floating restaurant.
The Loboc River Dinner Cruise starts by the Loay Bridge which is located in the neighboring town of Loay or at the Loboc town proper where you can choose from a variety of river cruising vessels. The Loboc River cruise usually runs for an hour or so back and forth.
Make sure you ad this tour to your itinerary when visiting bohol…its something you wont want to miss….

The Loboc Bohol Floating Restaurant Cruise Prices: Php 280.00 per head (Inclusive of buffet meal, toll fee and boat rental fee)
Loboc River Location: Loboc—24 Cr km from Tagbilaran City


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Bohol Tour Packages To Plan A Great Bohol Vacation

Introducing Unique Bohol Tour Packages to Plan around a Great Bohol Vacation for you and your family or friends.

Find & book personal Bohol tours with a local guide Experience unique discoveries and avoid the tourist traps!
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When traveling and touring in Bohol, there’s nothing worse than standing in a three hour line to see some over-hyped tourist attraction.

So to experience the REAL beauty of Bohol, explore the hidden gems that only the locals know about.
Nature Philippine Tour Guides makes it easy for you to do just that, offering you personalized tours, organized by local tour guides.

Connect with locals and experience the local life as it is, not how mass tourism companies masquerade it.
People who live here know their place inside out. That’s why only locals can provide you with local activities that are REAL, things to do that don’t appear in any travel guide.

Simply choose your destination package, choose a tour and in just a few clicks, you can book your once-in-a-lifetime Bohol experience directly with a local guide, its that simple!

Whether you’re looking for Hotels, Resorts Information and the Best Places to stay, a cave exploring tour, hiking tour, waterfalls tour or any other activity you want to do together with your friends and loved ones, we help you to connect with locals here in Bohol to experience a true Filipino adventure.

Experience unique, natural adventures all over Bohol, Philippines with Nature Philippine Tours TODAY!.
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