merged from my blogspot! : CEBU – BOHOL 2013 TRIP 4D 3N :)

Hey there… time to post our very own adventures.. take time to thank the Lord for his wonderful creations. Thanks to our very own team mate Earl kasi he’s from Tubigon Bohol and he’s very eager to help us with our adventure wherein he gave us some tips before we arrange our itinerary.
Note: kasi without his help.. we will not be able to arrange our own itinerary! 🙂
if you want to visit the place in a chronological way (wherein you don’t have to go back and forth and you want to save money) take a trip to Tubigon not in tagbilaran kasi Tagbilaran is very far Except kung plan nyo mag swimming or island getaway tour then Going to Tagbilaran is the right place for you!
just a tip: Tour Trip: lahat ng gusto namin napuntahan namin It’s very ideal na you would go on a trip na marami kayo (group trip) it’s way cheaper pero worth it na yung tour namin because 3,000 php lang yung binayaran namin (rent a car 3k and van 3.5k). No taxi, No PUV in Bohol so might as well rent a van or a car…
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Itinerary as follows 🙂
CEBU: AUGUST 31 (Saturday) DAY1  1355H – 1510H
– Sampaguita Suites Plaza Garcia check in time 4 pm
> Less than a minute from McDonald’s Mactan!
> Try “Glam” massage and nails located beside fron desk
* Pay a visit at Basilica del Sto. Nino Church
* Take pictures of the famous Magellan’s Cross
just a tip: you can buy cheap stuffs like Cebu key chains at street vendors along Basilica and Magellan’s cross 10 pcs/100php
* Plaza Independencia; nice park and fort San Pedro
<in Cebu find the chocolate coated mangoes/dried mangoes>
<Zubu Lechon resto>
* Try AA BBQ Grill; their Chorizo is ideal with atchara, toyo with vinegar with onions and green tomatoes
Morning Sept 1, 2013
From Cebu City, you can ride a ferry going to Tubigon.
Check out at around 4:00 am. @ Sampaguita Suites Plaza Garcia (5-10 minute drive to pier 3)
5:45 am –  MV starcraft terminal pier 1 Cebu transfer to Bohol Tubigon 1 ½ – 2 hrs estimated travel time 210 php
ETA: 6:45 am @ Bohol – Car pick up (for 3,000) just a tip in Bohol; transpo is inconvenient you really have to rent a car/van because there’s no PUV
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view from Sagbyan Peak :)

view from Sagbyan Peak 🙂

BOHOL:
SEPT 1  DAY 2: (SUNDAY) Chronologically
1 Sagbyan Peak & Butterfly Conservation Center, Entrance Fee: 50 php   Lemon Grass/pandan/wheatgrass cold tea  25 php
2 Chocolate Hills, Carmen, Entrance Fee: 50 php sidetrip: shiphaus (you can donate)
3Simply butterfly conservation center 40 php
3Tarsier  santuary, Entrance Fee: 60
4 Hanging Bridge 20 php (try grilled bananas for only 10 php)
5 Man-Made Forest, Bilar, Entrance Fee: Free
6 Loboc adventure park  (350 zipline for combo or just zipline)
7River Cruise w/ Buffet Lunch and Harana, Entrance Fee: 100 + 350 (buffet)= 450 php (Have lunch at Loboc River Cruise)
8 Baclayon Church & Museum, Baclayon, Entrance
Fee: 25 php (for museum) Remember: No shorts and mini-skirts allowed so bring shawl or “balabal”
9 Blood Compact Site, Tagbilaran City, Entrance Fee: Free (try Maria’s souvenir shop in front of blood compact they are cheaper than other pasalubong shops)
10 Hinagdanan Cave – 20php
11 Bohol Bee Farm — (Try the muffins and honey and the spread esp. pesto and mango spread)
Checked in at Villa Almedilla 1,300 per night near Alona beach (just 1-3 minute walk to beach but a bit far going to main road/commercial areas) you have to ride a trike 10 php/person
one of the recommended inn at Alona beach because the room is clean and the staffs are kind. There is a local sari-sari store beside the inn.
then if you’re gonna negotiate with kuya trike driver to have you fetch 250-300 php is the range price going to Tagbilaran 1 hr estimated travel time
Alona beach :)

Alona beach 🙂

Alona beach shore 🙂

 

Sept. 2 MONDAY (DAY 3)
Check in @ <Panglao Chocolate Hills Resort> (free ride going to panglao beach)
2,200+ php per night for twin bed room
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Panglao Chocolate hills resort mini covered "patio" along the pool

Panglao Chocolate hills resort mini covered “patio” along the pool

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bridge from covered patio from their mini bar and diner

 

feeback for Panglao Chocolate hills resort: Very Very nice! should I say for more? PLUS! the owner is accommodating (onshore owner) because he let us upgrade the room into premiere suite! since it’s not peak season naman hihi  🙂
see for yourself 🙂
plus.. when you’tr staying at Panglao Chocolate hills resort try their spring rolls 🙂
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You may wanna try (different Itinerary wherein we did not try those activities)

Outdoor activities:
1. Snorkelling
2. Diving
3. Island Hopping and Dolphin watching
4. Tours
5. Bar hopping
From Tagbilaran port going to Cebu we rode Weesam express for 420 economy 2 hrs travel time to cebu pier
Going back to Cebu:
Taboan Market; buy danggit for 410 php 1 kilo and Fish Tocino!
Tentative expenses:
Van – 3,000 = 1,000/person
Sampaguita Suites: 898 + 200 = 1,098 = 366/person
Panglao Chocolate Hills resort = 2,028 = 676/person
All in all 1,042 /person – Hotel accommodation both Cebu and Bohol
Ferry Fare – MV starcraft  210/person (Business class) going to Tubigon
Tagbilaran port going to Cebu we rode Weesam express for 420 economy
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4 thoughts on “merged from my blogspot! : CEBU – BOHOL 2013 TRIP 4D 3N :)

  1. As they say, life is a book and if you have not traveled, then you’re missing a lot of its pages 🙂 By the way, your itinerary is kinda cool, so we’ve decided to feature it in our blog. May I ask your permission to use some of your photos in this post? We’ll really appreciate it. Here’s the page we’ve created for you. There’s no image yet, and we’re hoping you’d say ‘yes’ to our request. Thanks a bunch!

  2. sure
    btw, thank you so much for featuring my itinerary in your blog 🙂
    as Henry miller says: “One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.”
    so travel as far as we can and never afraid to discover new things while we are here on Earth 🙂

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