Explore Cebu and Bohol With a Cheap Cebu Bohol Tour Package


An excursion from Cebu to Bohol can be the ideal way to discover this island paradise, especially when coupled with airfare included as part of your package.

Experience close encounters with whale sharks in Oslob; visit beautiful beaches on Sumilon Island or canyoneer at Kawasan Falls; also experience the stunning Chocolate Hills or meet amazing tarsiers at the Tarsier Sanctuary!

City Tour

If you’re traveling through the Philippines, do not miss visiting Cebu and Bohol – two island provinces famous for their gorgeous beaches, scuba diving spots, and majestic waterfalls. To make your journey as convenient as possible, consider booking an affordable Cebu Bohol tour package, which includes airfare and transfers; these will save both time and money over booking a package without these amenities; otherwise, you will need to arrange for transport yourself from and to the airport.

Online, you’ll find many affordable Bohol tour packages to meet any need and budget. These packages will include everything needed for a fantastic vacation: accommodation, tours, and activities, as well as discounts on things such as food and beverages; in some instances, there may even be free extra items like t-shirts or souvenirs included with some packages!

Most packages provide a City Tour that encompasses Cebu’s top tourist attractions, such as Museo Sugbo, Heritage Monument, Basilica del Santo Nino, and Magellan’s Cross. Additional highlights may include visits to the Temple of Lea or the Taoist Temple as well as Loboc River for a river cruise lunch.

Bohol offers many popular activities for tourists to do, such as whale shark watching and snorkeling in Oslob, touring its countryside, visiting Chocolate Hills or canyoneering over Kawasan Falls overnight canyoneering tour; Balicasag Dolphin Watching, tour or island hopping tour around Moalboal, are other possibilities as are tours that let you swim in Bilar Man-made Forest and see Bohol’s most giant snake kept captively!

Oslob Whale Shark Watching

Oslob Whale Shark Watching is one of the most enjoyable activities available to visitors of Cebu, yet it remains highly controversial due to many people questioning its ethics. While unquestionably popular and helpful for tourism revenue in Oslob, this activity comes at a cost to animals fed in this area as their natural feeding patterns become disrupted and humans become their primary food source – ultimately impacting migration patterns negatively.

Norwegian fishermen who feed whale sharks in Oslob are not providing them for the benefit of these marine creatures; instead, they are doing it for personal gain. Filling them up with farm-raised krill instead of their natural prey source – not to mention being fed too frequently- may lead them to lose their hunting instincts altogether!

Whale sharks do not swim as they usually do in their natural environment; instead, they hang vertically in the water and are fed with krill. Unfortunately, their movements are being restricted by boats and propellers, which could have severe repercussions for these marine animals.

Oslob Whale Shark Watching is an engaging experience and should be treated as wild creatures should. Be mindful to stay at least 2 meters away and do not touch them; doing so could frighten or confuse the animals and confuse their food source with humans.

Sumilon Island

Sumilon Island stands out among Cebu’s natural attractions for its exquisite white sands and vibrant coral reefs, making it one of the most striking natural attractions. Just a short boat ride from Oslob, known for whale sharks, this idyllic island retreat only houses one resort: Bluewater Sumilon Island Resort – providing an idyllic castaway experience with its remote beach and lagoon surrounded by clear waters that host abundant marine life.

Bluewater Sumilon Resort guests can only access this extraordinary sandbar, making it an exclusive paradise. Activities available here include snorkeling, swimming, and taking pictures with whale sharks spotted near Oslob. However, since this attraction attracts so many visitors, it is best to book with a reliable travel agency to ensure the best conditions possible when viewing both Sumilon Island and whale sharks!

Reaching the island will require taking a scheduled boat transfer from Oslob. Your hotel or resort can help arrange this service; it is best to arrive at Bancogon a few minutes ahead of your departure time, as this location of Bluewater Sumilon Resort can be identified by its large blue sign along the roadside.

The 4 Days 3 Nights Cebu & Bohol Tour Package offers an all-inclusive trip that provides accommodation in both Cebu City and a remote island resort, along with tours of Chocolate Hills, Loboc River, and Baclayon Church. This trip provides an ideal opportunity to experience all that Bohol has to offer while benefiting from comfortable accommodations and smooth transfers.

Waterfalls Canyoneering

Kawasan Falls in Badian, Cebu, is an exquisite natural spectacle. Consisting of three waterfalls with natural pools of Gatorade blue water and boasting diverse flora and fauna that add beauty, it is renowned as one of the Philippines’ premier nature attractions. Furthermore, canyoneering enthusiasts often visit here – offering thrills with exhilarating beauty!

For those seeking even more extraordinary adventure, canyoneering tours provide the perfect solution. Guides will take you to various waterfalls where you can jump off and dive into the water – people of all ages can enjoy this activity; make sure that they choose a tour with experienced and safety-focused guides!

Pro Tip: Bring waterproof hiking shoes (also called water sandals) so as to avoid paying a premium for rentals. They’ll keep your feet dry, whether swimming in the water, jumping rocks, exploring beaches, or hiking through wet terrain in other parts of the Philippines.

Kawasan Falls is reasonably affordable, yet budget travelers can save some money by going the budget travel route and haggling with Moalboal shops for canyoning packages (100PHP). Doing this and hiring a guide should cost approximately 1000PHP; optimal times to visit are December to May; however, weekends and holidays tend to be busier times to see.

Chocolate Hills

The Chocolate Hills of Bohol are an incredibly unique geological formation, known for their changing hue – green in the wet season and chocolate brown during the dry – which make them popular tourist spots – particularly with photographers. Their shifting shade is one of many reasons this destination has become one of Bohol’s national treasures as well as one of its top attractions in the Philippines.

Bohol Countryside Tour Package from Cebu allows visitors to witness the famed Chocolate Hills as well as many of Bohol’s other well-known attractions, including Baclayon Church and a river cruise with buffet lunch – not forgetting an encounter with Tarsier primates!

This tour is ideal for travelers who wish to experience Bohol but do not have an entire day to explore it. Additionally, this service features hotel pick-up and is inclusive of entrance fees and lunch.

Starting at 6 AM and ending at 7 PM, we provide transportation from your hotel in Tagbilaran directly to the ferry docks; tickets for these are already included in your tour price!

As soon as you arrive on the island, you’ll visit Blood Compact Shrine, Baclayon Church, St. Peter’s Ruins Church, and Bohol Biggest Python before moving on to Billar Mahogany Man Made Forest, where Butterfly Garden awaits. Additionally, see the world’s smallest primate and mysterious Chocolate Hills before stopping off at Aproniana Gift Shop, where souvenirs can be bought – perfect gifts for family and friends back home!