I guess I don’t have much tips to share when it comes to do it yourself Bohol tour, since I purchased a travel package on cashcashpinoy via Indochinastrings Travel agency for P15,990 – this includes roundtrip airfare, countryside tours and hotel accommodation with free breakfast
My sister and I took Airphil Express from Manila to Tagbilaran, Bohol Philippines which lasted for an hour or so.
When we arrived at the Airport, a hotel staff from Flushing Meadows resort fetched us together with other group who also purchased the same package.
Outside the airport (waiting area)
Flushing Meadows Resort
It is located beachfront – white sand.
When we arrived at the hotel, they welcome us and gave us drinks We just get the room key and headed to our room to rest a bit and then, went to the restaurant inside the hotel premises for lunch coz we were too HUNGRY 😀
Here’s the view from the hotel:
We decided to take our country side tour consisting of Bohol’s finest tourist spots.
You can see these talented kids while you enjoy your Loboc River cruise! Amazing!
And of course, this Loboc River cruise will not be completed without the buffet!
Blood Compact Shrine
Baclayon Church – considered as one of the oldest church here
Man Made Forest
It is also in the hanging bridge where we met the “BUKO King”
You can’t possibly go home empty handed! So we dropped by to Bohol’s famous souvenir item shop
Zoo – Python
After a long tiring day of seeing the country side, my sister and I decided to relax by enjoying the beautiful sunset and of course the white beach!
Last day in Bohol
Since island hopping is not included in the package, we availed it through the help of our driver! For only P1500, we went to Virgin Island. Since it’s quite sad to do it just by the two of us, we asked the driver if it’s possible to have someone to go with us. And he decided to tag along his family
Isn’t it so beautiful?
If I were to go back to Bohol, this place is definitely a MUST SEE!
By afternoon, we packed our things for our afternoon flight back to Manila.
Indeed, it’s really more fun in the Philippines!