The Best of Bohol
Duration: 2 Nights / 3 Days
Another gem of the Visayas, Bohol is a tropical haven of natural beauty. The coastline of the island is skimmed by gentle coves and white sand beaches. Bohol is not as internationally famous as far-away Boracay off the island of Panay, but is well-known locally as a paradise for divers and snorkellers.
Banaue Heritage Tour with Bohol and Cebu
Duration: 10 Nights / 11 Days
Banaue is a town on the Cordillera mountain range in the north of the island of Luzon, in the Philippines. It is mainly visited for its stunning rice terraces, which are a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Bohol offers independent travellers a wealth of options both on and off the beaten track. This island province is promoted almost exclusively through images of cute bug-eyed tarsiers and the majestic Chocolate Hills, but there's much more to experience.
The capital of the Southern Philippines, Cebu City is a bustling metropolis, the hub of a three-million-strong conurbation. Aesthetically, it's gritty and not exactly easy on the eye, but the city is also relatively cosmopolitan thanks to a surging English-language school industry (many Koreans and Chinese study here) and well-regarded universities (which draw Filipinos from across the nation).
Banaue Heritage Tour with Bohol, Cebu, Puerto Princesa & El Nido
Duration: 15 Nights / 16 Days
Banaue, officially the Municipality of Banaue is a 4th class municipality in the province of Ifugao, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 21,837 people. It is widely known as the site of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Batad Rice Terraces and Bangaan Rice Terraces.
The Best of Visayas Islands
Duration: 10 Nights / 11 Days
The Visayas is an island group in the central Philippines, sub-divided into three non-administrative regions; Central, Eastern and Western. It has many beautiful and pristine white sand beaches. Its colorful history begun with the earliest migration of the Malays from mainland Asia and the discovery of Ferdinand Magellan during his last voyage crossing the vast Pacific Ocean.
The Visayas is home to major Philippine religious and cultural festivals such as Ati-atihan Festival, Dinagyang Festival, and Sinulog Festival in January, the Pintados Festival every June and the MassKara Festival in October.
The world famous island resort of Boracay is located in the western part while diving site of Malapascua island is at the central part. Other famous landmarks are Chocolate Hills of Carmen, Bohol, San Juanico Bridge of Leyte. Limasawa Island is where the first mass in the Philippines was held by Ferdinand Magellan.
North Luzon Roundtrip with Bohol and Cebu
Duration: 12 Nights / 13 Days
A region that invites intrepid exploration, North Luzon encapsulates a nation in miniature. Surfers race waves onto sunny beaches, where whites sands are lapped by teal waters. Machete-carrying mountain tribespeople are quick to smile and quicker to share their rice wine. Impenetrable jungle hides endemic critters. In Spanish colonial cities, sunlight breaks through seashell windows. Far-flung islands with pristine landscapes greet few visitors.
North Luzon Roundtrip with Bohol, Cebu, Puerto Princesa and El Nido
Duration: 17 Nights / 18 Days
Bohol is a province of the Philippines, in the country’s Central Visayas region. It comprises Bohol Island and numerous smaller surrounding islands. Bohol is known for coral reefs and unusual geological formations, notably the Chocolate Hills. On the main island, near the town of Carmen, these 1,200 or so symmetrical mounds turn cocoa-brown in the dry season, contrasting with the surrounding jungle's greenery.