Nature’s splendor abounds in the island of Bohol. It is famous for its Chocolate Hills, a group of uniformly shaped hills that turns brown during summer, and the many old Spanish churches. Despite the strong Spanish influence, the people have retained much of their local culture. The island’s natural countryside blends well with the people’s hospitality and simplicity. Bohol is proud of its beautiful white sand beaches and many interesting dive spots.
- Two nights hotel or resort accommodations
- Daily breakfast
- Roundtrip airport transfers
- Other meals and drinks not mentioned in the program
- Gratuity pay for the driver and guide
- Environmental & Terminal Fees
- Travel Insurance