Bohol Tour Package – Regents Park Package

Some Guidelines:

  1. Prices and room availability are subject to change without prior notice.
  2. Mode of payment will be advised for confirmed clients.

Price (with airfare): 8,671 Php per Passenger
Price (without airfare): 5,650 Php per Passenger

Nearby Beach: Panglao Regents Park Resort
With One Deluxe Room

Suggested Itineraries: (The spots are in any order, the tour manager will be the one to direct).

Day 1

You will be pick-up at the Tagbilaran City Airport then proceed to the tour.
Bohol Country Side Tour (Air-conditioned Car):

  • Blood Compact Shrine
  • Baclayon Church: One of the Oldest Stone Church in the Philippines
  • Prony the Python Snake: The Largest in Captivity (250kg)
  • Loboc River Cruise and Luncheon
  • Tarsier Watch: Smallest Primate
  • Man-Made Forest
  • Hanging Bridge
  • Butterfly Sanctuary
  • Chocolate Hills

Day 2

Mixed tours so you can maximize the 3rd day for preparations and shopping:

Dolphin Watching and Island Hopping, Snorkeling:

  • On-board Motorized Banca with Life Saving gadgets, Boat Operator and Crew
  • Jump-Off time 5:30 AM
  • Guests Will Be the One to Pay for the Swimming Gadgets and Food in the Island

Panglao – Dauis Tour (Air-Conditioned Car):

  • Shell Museum
  • Hinagdanan Cave
  • Bohol Bee Farm
  • Bayoyoy the Dwarfman
  • Dauis Church

Day 3

Free time, then suggested check-out time to have time for shopping and pasalubong then proceed to the airport.


  • Hotel Accommodation
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Air-Conditioned Van Transfer Resort (Trans-in, Trans-out)
  • Motorized Boat for Dolphin and Island Hopping
  • Entrance Fees in All Tours
  • Buffet Lunch at Loboc River on Board Floating Restaurant
  • Fuel/Tour Guide – Driver

For reservation please fill up the following:



2 thoughts on “Bohol Tour Package – Regents Park Package

  1. Hi, i am interested with your package, can you give me quotation good for 6pax on Dec. 27-29, 2011.


  2. hello, kindly email me a quotation good for 5 pax on Feb. 3 – 5, 2012?
    Thank you very much…

Comments are closed.