3D2N Cebu City Tour + Oslob + Bohol
Have your Cebu Tour with us! We will make sure that you travel safely day and night. You can learn more about the Queen City of the South, and its rich history and culture, in just one day! Visit Fort San Pedro and experience what it feels like to be in this Spanish Military stronghold in the 17th Century, which was once a source of protection and defense during the Spanish era. The Yap-San Diego Ancestral House will also take you back to the same period. Visit the Basilica del Sto. Ñino, the oldest Roman Catholic Church in the Philippines which is built exactly where the image of the Santo Ñino de Cebu was found. See the Magellan’s Cross which was planted as ordered by Ferdinand Magellan on their arrival. See the Heritage Monument at its location in Parian District, which was home to the most prominent families in Cebu during the Spanish period. The entrance to the Taoist Temple, which is open to worshipers and non-worshipers alike, is actually a replica of The Great Wall of China. Wine and dine at the Paris-inspired restaurant that is La Vie Parisienne.
Let us take you Uphill, too! Visit the Temple of Leah, coined as the “Taj Mahal of Cebu”, built with all the love that a husband has for his late wife. Enjoy the picturesque pillars and the view at the top. Explore Sirao Flower Farm which is known to be the Little Amsterdam of Cebu. Also have your photos taken on the famous Giant Hand and all the other instagrammable spots at Sirao Pictorial Garden and Camping Site!
Swim with turtles and witness the sardine run! Plus go snorkeling above the amazing coral reefs at Pescador Island, Moalboal, Cebu, Philippines!
Experience the scenic view along the journey to Oslob, Cebu, and witness the marine ecosystem that it has to offer. Take your cool selfies while swimming with the whale sharks in its clear waters. Have fun with your friends alongside these friendly and gentle giants. Don’t know how to swim but dying to experience being around them? No problem! You can go snorkeling with life vests on! Dive in and get up close and personal with the “butandings”. But please do also exercise responsible tourism by not touching them. As we enjoy the company and presence of the Whale Sharks in Oslob, Cebu, let us also make sure that we take good care of them, too.
Get a closer view of the majestic and massive waterfall in the South of Cebu, that is Tumalog Falls. The great and beautiful waterfall, which became a side trip for Oslob. The area is surrounded with trees and thick bamboo groves. Definitely nature at its best!
Witness the ruins of the unfinished Cuartel, made of coral stones, which was built to serve as the barracks of the Spanish army against the Moros.
Don’t miss Boljoon Church which was declared as a National Historical Landmark by the National Historical Institute and the only church in Cebu listed as a National Cultural Treasure by the National Museum of the Philippines.
Get a glimpse of the world-famous geological formation of the Chocolate Hills. There’s more than a thousand of them to behold and you can enjoy this awesome scene at the viewing deck. Pay a visit to The Bohol Butterfly Conservation Center which houses hundreds of butterfly species. Enjoy the beauty that they possess while learning more about each one of them and the different stages of their growth development. Experience the Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary that was built to protect the world’s smallest living primates from getting endangered. The tarsiers love climbing trees and eating insects. Wander through the alluring Bilar Manmade Forest where thousands of mahogany trees are stretched for about 2 kilometers. Enjoy the picturesque view of these towering trees. Have your lunch buffet at a floating restaurant that cruises through the enchanting Loboc River for an hour. Eat to your heart’s content and experience the various delightful dishes that Bohol has to offer. Go back in time at the historical site depicting the friendship between the Philippines and Spain at the Blood Compact Shrine. It was the Spanish navigator, Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, and the then Datu of the Island of Bohol, Rajah Sikatuna, that sealed the treaty by drinking wine mixed with blood. Take a side-trip to Baclayon Church, one of the oldest stone churches in the Philippines. Built in the 16th century, you will witness a lot of religious relics and cultural artifacts in this historical landmark. Bring a remembrance of your Bohol Experience home with you.
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- Aircondition Transportation
- Accommodation NOT included
- Govnt Fee’s
- Motorized Banca
- Aqua Gears
- Driver (Guide) and Fuel
- Ferry Rate
- Lunch in Loboc River Cruise
* Accommodation NOT included
* Free Lunch in Day 3 only
*Additional 500/head for foreigner in Whale Shark Watching
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