Our Panglao Tour takes you to an exciting and fun tour around the island of Panglao, where some of the world’s best beaches are located. We’ll take you to the famous Hinagdanan Cave with its beautiful scenery and the Bohol Bee Farm where you can enjoy organic and natural food. You will also get to visit the churches in the municipalities of Dauis and Panglao. Lastly, we will take you to Alona Beach which is home to some of the best resorts in the island.
|1 pax||P 1,670 / pax|
|2 pax||P 920 / pax|
|3 pax||P 670 / pax|
|4 pax||P 545 / pax|
|5 pax||P 558 / pax|
|6 pax||P 491 / pax|
|7 pax||P 443 / pax|
|8 pax||P 407 / pax|
|9 pax||P 379 / pax|
|10 pax||P 357 / pax|
|11 pax||P 339 / pax|
|12 pax||P 323 / pax|
|13 pax||P 310 / pax|
|14 pax||P 299 / pax|
The Panglao Tour takes you to the popular attractions of Panglao Island. See one of Bohol's oldest churches and then go spelunking at Hinagdanan Cave. Be one with nature at Bohol Bee Farm and the Shell Museum. Cap off the trip with a fun-filled escapade to one of Panglao's famous beaches.
Alona Beach is a small, quiet, tropical paradise located on Panglao Island, right at the southwestern tip of Bohol in the Philippines. The beach is located near a "house" reef, where corals and colorful fishes can be seen even without diving equipment. It is a popular scuba diving and snorkeling spot. It is famous for it's beautiful white sand beach and great scuba diving, but it's also a great place to just sit back and relax.Book Now
The Cebuano word Hinagdanan means ‘laddered’ in English, because to enter the cave, one must have to go down a set of stairs to witness the enthralling scene on the inside, thus the name Hinagdanan cave. Underneath the cold earth, a pond silently glistens at the center; the deepest portion claiming to be 10 feet deep. The calm waters perpetually echoes back the sunlight that breaks through 2 separate holes on the ceiling. If viewed from an angle, one would be truly surprised that these holes remarkably resemble a pair of gleaming eyes staring at the cave. In the clearing, a cluster of stalactites hang from above, matching the stalagmites rising from the ground below them. Spectators can take a dip into the water for a while, or enjoy taking pictures of the perplexing trails of Mother Nature.
The Bohol Bee Farm is a eco friendly farm, a resort, a dive shop, and restaurant rolled into one. Enjoy a very homey and relaxing place on Panglao island. the restaurant has a terrific views of the ocean.Book Now
One of the most spectacular tourist attractions in Panglao is the Shell Museum. All the shells found inside the museum is owned and collected by Mr. Quirino Hora. In fact, there are already two sea shells named after him. The first shell, named Bursa Quirihorai, was discovered in 1987 and the second was in 1994, named Primovula Horai and both these shells were discovered in Panglao.
Everything in the Shell Museum has been a collection of Mr. Hora for more than 30 years of sea exploration, barter with other shell collectors and purchasing some of them. He is already over 60 years old and not yet sure on who among his children will acquire the business. They are also selling Shells, Shell Crafts and other products made from sea elements such as stones and pearls.
The Church of Our Lady of the Assumption in Dauis, on the Island of Panglao, Bohol, Philippines. Is a great place to start sightseeing in Bohol. This 300 year old Church was built in 1769 and is said to contain a HEALING well which is only a few meters from the sea, you can drink the water, its fresh.
The church was started by Rev. Fr. Julio Saldana, a Recollect, in 1863. This was a meter more in length than the older one, but 9 meters more in width, and 6 meters more in height. The first level façade was completed in 1879. Fr. Saldana had his name and date finished written on the frieze above the principal arcade. But by January 1884, the 4 arches supported by a column holding up the cupola collapsed. Repairs were made; a second tower was built but left unfinished as it stands today. The upper level of the façade was completed in the early 1920’s by. Rev. Fr. Natalio del Mar. The church was consecrated by Bishop Juan Gorordo of Cebu on August 23, 1923. In 1924, a cross was installed over the pediment; 61 years after Fr. Saldana laid its cornerstone.Book Now
The San Agustin Church of Panglao is one of the tourist attractions in a Panglao Tour. The tourist will surely amaze when they get inside the place. The extant church, imposing and awe-inspiring especially if viewed from its right side, stands beside the ruins of an older church, probably from Jesuit times. The ruin’s façade indicate that it may have been Baroque in design. This church was ruined before 1886. Church records show that a provisional church, made of tabigue and wood, was constructed.
Treat yourself to a trip that you will never forget. Meet the friendly dolphins and whales of Balicasag Island. Go diving and snorkeling. Finish this awesome trip with a visit to beautiful Virgin Island.