4D3N Bohol Itinerary

Bohol is one of the most visited islands here in the Philippines – and for good reason. It’s been on everyone’s lists of ultimate Philippine island destinations simply because it still holds some of the best beaches – and tourist spots – in the country.

Photo by Angelo MendozaPhoto by Waltz Siy

With the recent opening of the newest Panglao International Airport, it’s become easier and more convenient for everyone to book their flights straight to sunny Panglao!

Photo by Angelo MendozaPhoto by Lucky Alabado

With that said,  Cebu Pacific now serves flights from Clark to Bohol (Panglao Airport). How awesome is that?!

Photo by Angelo Mendoza

Ready? Let’s go!

Photo of Hinagdan Cave by Angelo Mendoza Photo of Hinagdan Cave by Angelo Mendoza

DAY 1 ACTIVITY NOTES
7:15 am Arrival at Panglao International Airport
7:30 am Check-in at Eco Hotel Bohol
08:30am Explore Hinagdanan Cave It might seem daunting at first to go down the dark cave, but your friendly guides (funny kuyas!) will make sure the experience is worth it! What’s more is you can actually swim while inside – water is clear and sparkling clean!
10:30am Breakfast and lunch at Shaka Restaurant Vegetarians will love this place! Try out their veggie burgers and fresh fruit smoothies!
12:30pm Explore Napaling Sardine Wall at Kalikasan Dive Resort Make sure to rent out diving or snorkeling gear – don’t miss out on seeing the beautiful school of sardines!
02:00pm Chill at Alona Beach
07:00pm Buffet dinner at Pyramid Resort Make sure to come hungry!
09:00pm Back at Eco Hotel

Photo by Angelo Mendoza Photo of dinner buffet at Pyramid Resort by Angelo MendozaPhoto of Sea of Clouds in Danao Angelo Mendoza

DAY 2 ACTIVITY NOTES
03:00am Early start of Day 2 tour
04:30am Sunrise at Sea of Clouds in Danao Make sure to wake up extra early to catch the beautiful sunrise! Go in comfy clothes and bring water – it’s a bit of a hike going up, but all worth it!
7:30am The Plunge at Danao Adventure Park 2 WORDS: MUST TRY!!!

The 75-meter free fall drop and swing will definitely help you conquer your fear of heights! For those a little bit more traditional, you may try the one of the Philippines’ tallest zip lines and the heart-thumping glass cliffwalk. Watch our video here!

9:00am Breakfast at Danao Adventure Park Thank you DAP for the adrenaline-filled adventures!
10:00am Chocolate Hills The tourist-favorite Chocolate Hills has a lot to boast about, but what most people don’t know is that the sunrise at this spot is one of them. You may opt to wake up EXTRA early to catch the spectacular view (We recommend getting here before 5:00am to find the best vantage point) – before anyone else arrives!
11:00am Man-Made Forest
11:45am Hanging Bridge
12:30pm Lunch at Loboc River Cruise
02:30pm Philippine Tarsier and Wildlife Sanctuary in Corella Remember to stay quiet while inside the sanctuary – these tiny creatures are very vulnerable!
03:30pm Baclayon Church
04:00pm Dauis Church
4:30pm Blood Compact Shrine This historical monument is the traditional way of “diplomatic relations” between our ancestors and the Spaniards who visited Bohol.
5:30pm Dinner at Nonki Restaurant Order their sushi rolls, beef teppanyaki, seafood soup cooked in paper, and tempura! So good!
8:30pm Back at Eco Hotel

Photo of the plunge by Angelo MendozaPhoto of Loboc River Cruise by Lucky Alabado

Photo of Chocolate Hills Lucky AlabadoPhoto of the hanging bridge by Lucky Alabado Photo of Man-Made forest by Lucky AlabadoPhoto of Maribojoc Beach by Angelo Mendoza

DAY 3 ACTIVITY NOTES
09:00am Start of Day 3 tour
11:00am Punta Cruz Watch Tower in Maribojoc Beach Did you know that because of the impact of the 2013 earthquake, the sea level at Maribojoc has drastically dropped?
12:30pm Lunch at Tiburcio’s Place This quaint bed and breakfast is open to tourists who want to feel at home during the duration of their Bohol trip. The owner will personally cook for you Bohol-exclusive dishes that will make you want to come back!
2:30pm Antequerra weaving community
4:30pm Sikatuna’s Mirror of the World Feast your eyes to some of the world’s most memorable tourist attractions – from Singapore’s Merlion to Paris’ Eiffel Tower all put together in one unique park! They’re still in development (Phase 1) and will develop more famous sights for everyone to see. Tune in to this space to find out when they will officially launch!
6:00pm Abatan River Firefly Watching This definitely kept us in awe that night!
8:00pm Dinner at Stick and Bowl Restaurant An amazing array of Asian dishes await for you here. Perfect as a night cap. Don’t miss the beautiful bead “paintings” on the wall handmade by the owner!
10:00pm Rest at Eco Hotel

Photo of Sikatuna’s Mirror of the World by Waltz SiyPhoto of Punta Cruz Watch Tower by Lucky AlabadoPhoto of Tiburcio’s Place by Angelo Mendoza Photo of Tiburcio’s Place (lunch) by Lucky Alabado

Photo of Antequerra Weavers by Angelo Mendoza Photo of Antequerra Weavers by Angelo MendozaPhoto of Dumaluan Beach by Lucky Alabado

DAY 4 (Beach day!)  
07:30am Check out at Eco Hotel
07:45am Dumaluan Beach
9:30am Bohol Bee Farm
11:00am Travel to Panglao International Airport
12:15pm Flight back to home!
1:40pm Arrive at Clark International Airport

Photo of Eco Hotel by Angelo Mendoza

Photo of Honey bees by Waltz  SiyPhoto of Bohol Bee Farm lunch by Lucky AlabadoPhoto of Bohol Bee Farm by Lucky Alabado Photo of Bohol Bee Farm lunch by Lucky Alabado

What are you waiting for? Book via Cebu Pacific as they have the best deals throughout the year! Also, make sure to enjoy the beauty and diversity of Bohol alongside our friends from Southwest Travel and Tours who arranged our itineraries and went along with us for the fun adventures!

Photo by Lucky Alabado

Thank you as well to Eco Hotel Bohol who was very kind to accommodate our group for a comfy goodnight’s sleep in their beautiful-designed sustainable hotel.

Photo of Eco Hotel by Waltz Siy

Last but not the least, a massive thank you as well to the very courteous Bohol Local Goverment and Tourism Office – you made our trip unforgettable and just proves that Bohol has some of the friendliest people in the country!

Barangay Captain  Diosdado H. Maca, Barangay Kagawads Sofronio R. Quibel, Regina Love S. Clave, Alijandro V. Barbarona, Leonardo A. Bual, Diosdado D. Margate, Ruel M. Calipes. Sk Chairperson Riza Mae N. Borbano, Barangay Secretary Lina B. Alberto, Barangay Treasurer Ma. Dolores C. Bergado, Tanod Tomas P. Alberto, Jerrie P. Aleria, Victoriano M. Calipes, Fernan B. Coquilla, Abdon Vallon BHW: Florita Coquilla, Diogracias Maravillas, Mary Ann R. Borbano, Imelda M. Luna, Maricel Varon BNS: Caroline B. Inoc. DCW: Maricel R. Balnaja. Municipal Tourism Officer: Maria Lorna C. Jadulco

Photo by Angelo Mendoza

Until next time, Bohol!

Photo of the Holganza Family by Angelo Mendo

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