Package One: Country Side Tour


[Guided tour is available on July 3.
P2,000 per head for a minimum of 9 pax.]

Blood Compact Site

Along the seashore of Baranggay Bool, Tagbilaran City is the site where the friendship of Datu Sikatuna of Bohol and Miguel Lopez de Legazpi of Spain was cemented through the mixture of a drop of their blood from a wound on the wrist. This is sometimes considered the first seed of the United Nations and the first treaty of friendship between the brown and the white race.

The Loboc-Loay River Cruise

View the majestic panorama of the nipa palm plantation along the Loboc – Loay River. Enjoy the “sights”, “sounds” and “tastes” of the floating restaurants!

Philippine Tarsier

The Philippine Tarsier is a tiny animal, measuring about 4 to 6 inches (15 cm) in height. Its small size makes it difficult to spot. The average mass for males is around 134 grams, and for females, around 117 grams. The average adult is about the size of a human fist. Don’t miss seeing this so-called smallest monkey in the world!

Man Made Forest

Feel the coolness of the air and be amazed at the awesome display of thousands of Mahogany Trees painstakingly planted by the local people! Years before, the very site of this man-made forest was populated by different plant species, most of them wild, until the Boholanos decided that it was time to take control of the forest. This man-made forest is notable for its very orderly structure. The trees are uniform in height and even in leaf design.

The Chocolate Hills

The Chocolate Hills are considered a National Geologic Monument. Feast your eyes on the breathtaking work of nature, one thousand two hundred sixty eight (1,268) haycock hills, uniform in shape and between 30 and 50 meters high. They are covered with grass, which at the end of the dry season, turn chocolate brown. Be amazed at one of the wonders of the world!

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