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Únete a esta excursión por la campiña de Bohol para disfrutar de un día repleto de maravillas naturales, historia y relajación. Elige la salida que mejor se adecue a tus horarios, ya sea por la mañana o por la tarde.

Descubre el Santuario del Pacto de Sangre, un histórico monumento conmemorativo del primer Tratado de Amistad entre el este y el oeste. A continuación, visita la iglesia y museo de Baclayon del siglo XVI. Mientras te diriges a uno de las maravillas geológicas del país, maravíllate del intenso color verde del bosque artificial Mahogany y de las tierras de labranza de Bilar y Batuan. Una vez que estés en Bilar, visita la colorida exposición del mariposario, donde se muestra una variedad de especies filipinas. Desde un mirador, contempla la magnificencia de las Colinas de Chocolate en Carmen, un paisaje ondulado de montañas con forma de gotas de chocolate. A continuación, volverás hacia el río Loboc. Si has escogido la excursión de por la mañana, subirás a bordo de un catamarán y zarparás para disfrutar de un almuerzo mientras contemplas las colinas y las palmeras nypa que cubren las orillas del río. Tras el crucero, realizaremos una breve parada en Loay, donde podrás contemplar el tejido con nypa y la fabricación de cuchillos antes de volver. Si tu salida es por la tarde, terminarás el día con una relajante cena a bordo de un crucero en un restaurante flotante del río Loboc, con las estrellas como telón de fondo.

Tanto si decides finalizar tu excursión bajo el sol o las estrellas, este día en la campiña de Bohol te mostrará la riqueza natural e histórica de la isla.

Descubre tanto la belleza artificial como natural existente en la isla de Panglao en una excursión de media jornada por alguna de sus principales atracciones. Dispondrás de todo el día para disfrutar de la magnificencia de los entornos naturales de Filipinas.

La excursión comenzará con una visita a la iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción en la ciudad de Dauis. Inicialmente construida con materiales ligeros alrededor de 1768, la actual estructura de piedra representa la quinta encarnación del centro, construida casi un siglo después. Maravíllate de su arquitectura barroca neoclásica, su imponente torre de vigilancia y sus pintorescas vistas al mar en su parte de atrás. A continuación te dirigirás a la cueva de Hinagdanan, una de las cuevas más accesibles de la región. Esta cueva, clasificada como kárstica, está llena de fascinantes estalactitas y estalagmitas que ocasionalmente dan lugar a una piscina manantial subterránea. Tras explorar las profundidades de la cueva, te dirigirás a la playa Alona, la más famosa de todas las bellísimas playas de Bohol. Desde los 800 m de increíble arena blanca, podrás contempla la belleza natural del oleaje y del mar que se encuentran ante ti. La playa sirve también como punto de partida para muchas de las excursiones marítimas y de buceo de la zona. Por el camino, disfrutarás de un almuerzo gourmet con productos orgánicos en el restaurante Bee Farm antes de acabar el día.

Esta excursión, que te mostrará un poco de la vida espiritual de la isla y te llevará por debajo de la isla para después devolverte a la vibrante costa, es todo un acierto. La diversidad de la excursión a Panglao realmente ofrece un poco de todo para todos.

El tour lo llevará al histórico Santuario del Pacto de Sangre, un monumento histórico que conmemora el Primer Tratado de Amistad entre oriente y occidente. A continuación visitará la iglesia y el museo de Baclayon, levantados en 1595. Camino de las Colinas de Chocolate pasaremos por el exuberante Bosque Artificial de Caoba y los verdes campos agrícolas de Bilar y Batuan.

En Bilar visitará una granja de mariposas que exhibe una gran variedad de especies de mariposas filipinas. Desde una terraza panorámica podrá ver las increíbles colinas con forma de cono conocidas como las Colinas de Chocolate en la ciudad de Carmen. Volveremos a Loboc para un crucero de 50 minutos por un río con palmeras "nipa" en las orillas a bordo de un catamarán indígena mientras le sirven el almuerzo. El crucero fluvial seguramente le relajará el cuerpo y la mente, mientras contempla la belleza natural de las colinas, los elegantes cocoteros y las verdes palmeras "nipa" que cubren las riberas.

Incluso es posible que vea un tarsero, uno de los primates más pequeños del mundo, con su carácter amable y sus grandes ojos redondos. Tras el crucero, volveremos a Tagbilaran, después de una breve parada para ver las industrias locales de Loay (tejidos de "nipa" y fabricación de cuchillos).

This half day tour takes you to the Church of our Lady of the Assumption in the town of Dauis. Although the first church of light materials was built as early as 1768, the present stone structure - the Church´s 5th incarnation - was built in 1863. With its Gothic architecture, the church is an imposing structure with the sea and watch tower at its back.

Next, we proceed to Hinagdanan Cave, the most easily accessible among the caves of Bohol. Classified as a karst cave, it boasts of a large number of stalactites and stalagmites and leads to an underground spring pool. From here, we will drive on to Alona Beach, the most famous of Bohol´s beaches. Its 800 meter long, white sand beach is dotted with restaurants and resorts. It is also the departure point for many diving and marine tours. Also enjoy a gourmet organic lunch at the Bee Farm Restaurant during the tour.

Bohol, located east of Cebu is an island province that is naturally beautiful and historically rich. Its capital city, Tagbilaran, has tree-lined plazas and stone buildings, including a church built by the Jesuits in the 18th century. The province has gained a reputation as a site of some of the best beaches in the country. Along its coastlines are numerous isles including Panglao, Cabilao, Mahinay and Lapinpin, which are excellent diving spots. From Cebu, Bohol is a mere two-hour ferry ride away, quite accessible enough for just a day trip.

You will be transferred to Cebu Pier for the fast ferry boat ride that leaves Cebu early in the morning. Upon arrival in Tagbilaran PIer, you will be met by our Tour Representative who will introduce you to the wonders of Bohol. First stop is the Philippine Tarsier Foundation in the town of Corella, which serves as a refuge for the smallest primate in the world, the tarsier. Observe these rare, nocturnal creatures in their natural habitat and be amazed by their agility as they move about, leaping from one tree to the other, and swivel their heads nearly 360 degrees. Then proceed to Baclayon, make a short stop at the historical Blood Compact site, where Spain’s Miguel Lopez de Legazpi and Datu Sikatuna, a native chieftain, sealed their friendship with a symbolic drink. Just nearby is Baclayon Church, one of the many stone churches in Bohol. Having lost only its bell tower and portico recently to a strong earthquake, the church still maintains a museum containing a vast collection of religious art, ecclesiastical vestments, as well as librettos of church music inscribed in Latin on animal skins.

Proceed with the tour, passing by Bilar man-made forest, a thick undergrowth of towering mahogany trees grown on the fringes of the highway leading to the Chocolate Hills, the country’s geological wonder. Stop at the drop off area to admire the view of the hills which change in color with the season. In summer, the hill grasses turn deep brown that they resemble chocolate candy drops, hence the name, ‘Chocolate Hills. Move on to Loboc River where a cruise upstream on a floating restaurant is made more enjoyable with a delectable lunch served on board. Then return to the pier in time to catch up with your ferry boat ride back to Cebu. Upon arrival in Cebu, you will be met and transferred to your hotel or resort.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

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Cebu City’s reputation as one of the country’s top tourist destinations is due to its all year round warm climate and accessibility. Named as the country’s second international gateway, Cebu is rich in history, and is the oldest city (1565) in the Philippines.

The city tour starts with a visit to the majestic Taoist Temple. Situated six kilometres from the city center is this impressive and highly ornate temple of the Taoist religious community. Its size and architecture are evidence that a considerable part of Cebu’s population is ethnically Chinese. On the way to the Basilica, pass by Cebu’s Provincial Capital and Carbon Market, where most of the city’s fresh produce is being sold. Stop by the Basilica Minore de San Agustin, which now houses the statue of the Infant Jesus. A short walk away is Magellan’s Cross, the place where Christianity was first planted in Cebu. Not far away is Fort San Pedro, the first military stronghold in the country. Its walls were recently restored and a garden is laid out in the inner courtyard, an enticing refuge not far from the hustle and bustle of the harbour.

Proceed to Casa Gorordo, the last stop of the tour. The Parian district in today’s downtown area was the residential home of Cebu’s wealthy at the turn of the century. Of the remaining four houses, the Gorordo residence was restored and furnished in the style of the period. Apart from its furniture, there are porcelain, liturgical pieces, clothes and old photographs of Cebu. Return to the hotel at the end of the tour.

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Balicasag is a flat, barren island located about 6 kilometers away from Panglao Island, and is accessible via out-rigger boat. The island boasts of rare marine life and crystal-clear waters extending 50 meters from the shoreline up to a depth of 15 feet.

A 25-hectare islet off the mainland of Panglao that is famous for its dive sites is Balicasag Island. The island is accessible by a 35-minute boat ride from the mainland. Crystal clear blue waters ideal for snorkeling greet each visitor as he nears the island, with underwater formations and tropical fishes visible from as low as two feet deep. Tour the island on foot and visit the village. Lunch at the island's resort.

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The most famous tourist attraction in Bohol. From a distance, they look like huge candy drops. Someone had place here and there to lure the eyes and tempt the lips. They change in color with the season but the name is more justifies during the summer when the hill grasses finally turn into deep brown. Tarsier is a miniature creature with owl-like eyes, big ears, long thin tail, kinky and wooly fur, short front legs and ling hind legs endemic to the province.

Embark on a nature trip. Drive through lush green vegetation to the Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary and view miniature creature - Tarsier. Feel the cool crisp air while you drive through a manmade forest grown along the fringes of one of the province's main highways. Climb 213 steps up to view one of the country's geological phenomenons, the Chocolate Hills.

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Pamilacan Island - a gem of an island long destined to become a beachcomber's haven and a diver's playground. In the island is a 150-meter wide fish sanctuary that is home to schools of groupers, snappers, tuna and mackerel.

The waters of Pamilacan serves as a pathway for migrating dolphins and whales. Get a chance to catch a glimpse of these mammals at the rear of the island. The village chapel and a panish-built military outpost which serves as a look-out for marauding pirates looms ahead as one approaches the island. Topping off these welcoming sites is a deliciously prepared picnic lunch that caps a well-spent day. Explore the island on foot, swim, or simply laze about.

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