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VIRGIN ISLAND: Bohol Philippines Hidden Gem


VIRGIN ISLAND: Bohol Philippines Hidden Gem
VIRGIN ISLAND BOHOL PHILIPPINES

Yehey! It's my second time around at the Virgin Island in Bohol and it never failed to give me a feeling of happiness, a sense of freedom and tranquility that my soul seeks.


Virgin Island in Bohol, Philippines is an island with lots of sea urchins and trees.  It is known to locals as "hidden oasis." There is no shade, electricity nor inhabitants there. All you could see are pristine waters and that long curving stretch of powder-like white sand and those coconut trees.


After the other guests left, I had the island all to myself and I love that!

 Commune with God and nature in Virgin Island. God is good all the time. I love being there!
We are on the lone tourist boat there.
Our Boatman and his side kick jumping away their stress! They were so happy!
Tranquil Virgin Island is like no other- That yellow boat that I captured in the picture offered sea urchins, also known as "swaki," which you could dip in vinegar or "suka". Those on the yellow boat also sell sea shells, pearl accessories, shell meat, starfish and buko juice.


I will never get tired of visiting Bohol's Virgin Island again and again.


Friday, February 18, 2011

BOHOL HOTELS, RESORT, INNS, PENSION HOUSES, LODGES, DORMITORIES


BOHOL HOTELS, RESORT, INNS, PENSION HOUSES,  LODGES, DORMITORIES

Here is the list of resorts, hotels, lodges, inns and pension houses in Tagbilaran City, Bohol.
Hotels/Lodges Contacts
Bohol Tropics Resort *
(038)411-3510 to 14/(038)411-2529
The Metro Centre Hotel *
(038)411-2599
Hotel La Roca * (038)411-3796 to 98/(038)411-3179
Wregent Plaza Hotel * (038)411-3144/(038)411-3951/(038)411-3971
The Meridian Hotel * (038)411-3060/(038)411-3123
Gie Gardens Hotel * (038)411-3182/(038)411-2031
Buen Bella Pension House + (038)235-6466/+63920-2956251
Chriscent Ville Pension House + (038)411-4029/(038)235-4365
Coralandia Resort and Restaurant + (038)411-3445
East Coast Tourist Inn + (038)501-7210
El Portal Inn + (038)411-2124/(038)411-3579
Slim Pension House + (038)411-4858/(038)411-5907
Taver’s Pension House + (038)411-4896/(038)411-3983/(038)411-4797
Villa Alzhun Tourist Inn & Restaurant + (038)411-3893
Villa Camilla Pension Haus + (038)411-4966
Winward Pension House + (038)411-3599
Agricultural Promotions Center x (038)411-2436
Casa Juana x (038)411-3306/(038)411-3331/(038)411-2683
Charisma Lodge x (038)411-3094
City Lodge 2 x (038)411-2190
City Lodge 3 (038)411-3251
CVSCAFT Hometel x (038)235-3173
Everglory Lodge & Restaurant x (038)411-3200
Executive Inn x (038)411-3254
Hats Inn x (038)411-2427
LTS Lodge x (038)411-3310/(038)411-3082
Matig-a Lodge x (038)411-2068
Nisa Traveller’s Inn x (038)411-3731
Shores Apartelle x (038)411-4734
Sky High Lodge x (038)501-7955
Soledad Suite x (038)411-2117
Tamblot Pension House x (038)411-2254
Uptown Lodge x (038)235-3166
Vista Lodge x (038)411-3072
* – Hotels/Resorts
+ – Inns/Pension Houses
x – Lodges/Dormitory


Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Tarsier Behaviour


Tarsier Behaviour

Habitat. Tarsiers are arboreal. They live in and around the base of tree trunks and the roots of plants such as bamboo. They can occasionally be found in holes are at the top of trees. In Mindanao, tarsiers appear to thrive best in second or third growth thickets along the coast and in the valleys.


Behavior. The Philippine tarsier is nocturnal. They hunt at night, exclusively for animal prey. At day time, they hide in hollows close to the ground. When kept in captivity, individuals may huddle together or intertwine their tails. They are believed to live in groups, larger than just one male and one female. The female appears to take care for the young exclusively: no male parental care has been observed.


Diet. Tarsiers live exclusively on animal prey. Their diet includes primarily insects such as cockroaches and crickets, but may occasionally be extended with reptiles, birds, and bats. A Philippine tarsier in captivity will eat live shrimp and fish in a bowl of water.


Sounds. The tarsier produces a a number of different calls. The loud call is a loud piercing single note. When opponents meet, they produce a soft sweet bird-like trill. When several individuals communicate, they can produce a locust-like chirping. Females have a specials sound to indicate that they are fertile.


Scent Marks. Male tarsiers have epigastric glands, which they use for scent marking.


Reproduction. Females tarsiers have a prosimian-type uterus but a higher primate type placenta. One unusual feature is that they have multiple breast pairs, yet generally only the pectoral pair is functional. The other ones serve as anchoring points for newborn. The gestation period of a tarsier is about 180 days (6 months), and only one young is born at a time. When a tarsier is born, it is already in a well-advanced state of development. It is born well furred and with its eyes open. The head and body length at birth is 66-72 mm, the tail is 114-117 mm long, and its weight is 25-27 grams. They are able to move about after only two days. The mother carries infants with her mouth or on her belly. No nest is built. The female parks her infant while foraging. A young tarsier can climb after two days and jump after four. After about 19 days, young tarsiers already move around much like adults. It is breast-fed upto about 60 days. Juveniles tend to be more uniformly colored than adults. After two years, young tarsiers become sexually mature. The female has an estrus cycle, or recurring period of heat, of 23.5 days. Mating can take place any time of the year. Tarsiers can become 12 to 20 years old.


Where to Meet the Tarsier


You can visit the tarsier at the Philippine Tarsier Foundation, and see it in its natural habitat.


The Philippine Tarsier Foundation,
Km. 14 Canapnapan Corella, Bohol 6300 Philippines
Tel: (0912) 5163375
Mobile: (0918) 6021326
Email: tarsier@mozcom.com
Website: http://www.philippinetarsier.org/.


Please avoid visiting the tarsiers kept in cages along Loboc river. Here, these shy animals have a miserable life, and normally don't survive for long.

Further Reading

Some notes on primates and the place of the Tarsier within the hierarchy of primates can be found on The Primates by Dennis O'Neil of Palomar College.

Another website featuring pictures of a tarsier is http://www.tarsieruk.homestead.com/Home.html.

Condensed from material by The Philippine Tarsier Foundation



PHILIPPINE TARSIER UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL


The Philippine tarsier, (Tarsius syrichta) is very peculiar small animal. In fact it is one of the smallest known primates, no larger than a adult men's hand. Mostly active at night, it lives on a diet of insects. Folk traditions sometimes has it that tarsiers eat charcoal, but actually they retrieve the insects from (sometimes burned) wood. It can be found in the islands of Samar, Leyte, Bohol, and Mindanao in the Philippines.

If no action is taken, the tarsier might not survive. Although it is a protected species, and the practice of catching them and then selling them as stuffed tarsiers to tourists has stopped, the species is still threatened by the destruction of his natural forest habitat. Many years of both legal and illegal logging and slash-and-burn agriculture have greatly reduced these forests, and reduced the tarsier population to a dangerously small size. If no action is taken now, the Philippine tarsier can soon be added to the list of extinct species.

Physical Description

General. The Philippine tarsier has a gray fur and a nearly naked tail. The middle finger is elongated. Head and body length are around 118-149 mm; It weighs 113-142 grams. Males are larger than females.

Eyes. In comparison with his body size, the eyes of the tarsier are enormous. In volume, the capacity of the bony eye orbits, or eye sockets, is larger than that of the brain case, and also larger than its stomach. Their eye sockets have post-orbital closure rather than the postorbital bar of the prosimians. This feature keeps the eyeballs from being pressed against by the powerful temporal muscles to their sides.

Tail. The tarsier has a relatively very long tail (232 mm), generally naked except for a tuft of hair at its end. The underside has dermal ridges like those found on human hands and feet. Its tail is used for balancing like a tripod; they prefer an erect posture at all times.

Head. Like an owl, the tarsier has a joint between its skull base and spine to allow head movement of a 180-degree arc. Its upper lip lacks a cleft yet, but still has muscles, so that it can make facial expressions. The adult brain weighs about 4 grams.

Teeth. Tarsiers have sharp teeth, enabling them to catch their prey easier. Unique among primates, tarsiers have only two, rather than four, incisors in their lower jaw. Their dental formula is 2.1.3.3 1.1.3.3 x 2 = 34.

Ankle bones. The name "tarsier" or "tarsius" is derived from the animal's very long ankle bones. The tibia and fibula of the tarsiers are fused in their lower portions, acting as a shock absorber. This is considered a primitive trait, which can normally be seen in quadrupeds. The lower limbs are twice the length of its trunk. These enable the tarsier to leap about three meters from tree to tree. Its movements are similar to that of a frog.

Comparison with other Primates. Tarsiers share some characteristics with both the prosimians and the anthropoids, while they also have some characteristics peculiar to themselves. Taxonomists have classified them as intermediate between both groups and have assigned them to their own infraorder, which contains just one living genus: Tarsius. Fossil records of this genus are found, dating back to the Eocene epoch, from 54 to 36 million years ago.

Like many prosimians, they are nocturnal and have grooming claws and bicornuate uterus.

Like anthropoids, they do not have a tapetum (a reflective layer in their eyes).

In tarsiers, the internal structures of the nose and ears and the blood supply to the brain and to a developing fetus are more like those of monkeys than of lorises. The monthly sexual swellings of female tarsiers are also similar to those in anthropoids.


BOHOL TARSIER- WORLD'S SMALLEST PRIMATE


BOHOL TARSIER- WORLD'S SMALLEST PRIMATE

Bohol is home to not just the world’s biggest snake in captivity but also the world’s smallest primate — the tarsier! Yes! The most adorable cute wide eye creature!

The province of Bohol is famous for the Chocolate Hills and the tarsier. Right after breakfast @ SUN Avenue Pension
we headed straight to this place where there were several trees surrounded by fences. It didn’t take long for us to see the numerous tarsiers clinging on the branches.

At the Gate they have this big signage -Remember, NO FLASH and NO TOUCH.  With their big round eyes, flash would definitely blind the tarsier! Please be considerate.They get stressed out when people touch them. Please take note that tarsiers commit suicide by smashing their heads against hard objects when they get stressed out. So please, NO FLASH and NO TOUCH, wag matigas ang ulo, live and let live!

I cried FOUL, when I learned that some tourist uses flash when they take photos. If you happened to visit the Tarsier be it in Bohol or elsewhere in the Philippines please remind your fellow tourist, not to use flash and not to touch the Tarsier. Let's be vigilant in our own little way! Help preserve the TARSIER.


Thursday, October 21, 2010

How to commute fromTubigon port to E.A.T. DANAO BOHOL PHILIPPINES


How to commute fromTubigon port to E.A.T. DANAO BOHOL PHILIPPINES

Tubigon port to E.A.T. DANAO BOHOL PHILIPPINES MAP


From tubigon port, it is an hour (1 hr.) travel time to Danao. 




  • From Tubigon port you could ride a Jeepney or bus to Sagbayan town proper (P25 fare)
  • You can then ride a bus & habal-habal to EAT Danao (P25 plus P30)


2 Days E.A.T. DANAO ADVENTURE Tour Package


2 Days E.A.T. DANAO ADVENTURE Tour Package for only P3,300.00 per person



Day 1:
River Tubing or Kayaking
Root climbing with 15m Rappel
River Trekking
Wall Climbing

Day 2:
Historical Tour
Suislide / Zipline
60m Rappel
Caving
Organic Farm Tour

Inclusive of:
Park Entrance
Guides
Accommodation
Meals (2 lunch, 1 dinner, 1 breakfast & 3 snacks)

Proudly Pinoy!


DANAO ADVENTURE One & a Half Day Tour Package


One & a Half Day Tour Package – minimum of 5 persons

for only P2,400.00 per person

Day 1
River Tubing or Kayaking
Rappelling w/ Root climbing
Caving
River Trekking

Day 2
Historical Tour
Suislide / Zipline
Wall Climbing

Inclusive of:

Food (1lunch, 1dinner, 1 breakfast & 3snacks)
Accommodation
Park Entrance
Guides

You might also like how to commute from Tubigon Port to E.A.T. Danao Bohol


E.A.T. DANAO ADVENTURE


My friend Daredevil *Dan


*Special Thanks to Danny For lending me his Photos

E.A.T. DANAO ADVENTURE

Daytour Package – (minimum of 5 persons)

from 8:00a.m. – 4:00p.m. for only P1,500.00/person

Package 1 inclusive of:
Park Entrance
Suislide
Wall Climbing
Kayaking
Rappelling w/ Root climbing
Guides
Access to Shower room
Meals ( 2 snacks and 1 lunch)

Package 2 inclusive of:
Park Entrance
Suislide
Caving
Rappelling w/ Root climbing
Guides
Access to Shower room
Meals ( 2 snacks and 1 lunch)

Package 3 inclusive of:
Park Entrance
Suislide
Wall Climbing
Rappelling w/ Root climbing
Guides
Access to Shower room
Meals ( 2 snacks and 1 lunch)
1 Souvenir Shirt


PANGLAO CHEAP ACCOMODATION




PANGLAO CHEAP ACCOMODATION



THE PLACE IS CALLED WALK INN HAVEN APARTELLE, A STONE THROW AWAY FROM ALONA BEACH, I THINK IT WAS A STEAL @ P 500.00/NIGHT. I HAD THE ROOM ALL TO MYSELF, IT'S STILL PRETTY NEW, HAS ITS OWN PRIVATE C.R., QUEEN BED, ELECTRIC FAN, CABINET, TABLE, CHAIR. PLUS IT IS ROOMY!

WALK INN HAVEN APARTELLE HAS ROOMS FOR RENT FROM AIRCON ROOM 1,000 TO A FAN ROOM P 500.

YOU CAN CALL OR TEXT MRS. LOLITA ROMERO C.P #0920-244-7843, TELL HER CHA REFERRED YOU, WELL SHE MIGHT NOT REMEMBER ME, I DON'T HAVE COMMISSION WHATSOEVER, BUT I THINK THE PLACE IS PRETTY NEAT. SO ROCK ON!





Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Dolphin Watching in BOHOL PHILIPPINES



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I was never this close to the untrained dolphins in Bohol, Philippines!


Each time I watch a Dolphin Show it is always as if it's the first time!


Dolphins never failed to amaze me!


They were wonderful creature, very friendly and beautiful!


One of them had an exhibition for several minutes!


Saturday, October 2, 2010

BALICASAG ISLAND



DOLPHIN WATCHING















The Joy of DOLPHIN watching

I went to Bohol the 2nd time around! And DOLPHIN watching is in one of my itineraries, it always brings excitement and fun! For only 1,300 pesos, the whole banca is yours for the day!

OUR FIRST ITINERARY IS DOLPHIN WATCHING! I WAS SO EXCITED EVEN THOUGH THIS IS MY SECOND BOHOL TRIP AND SECOND ISLAND HOPPING TOUR. I WAS UP AND ABOUT @ AROUND 3 A.M. (EXCITED)SINCE THE TOUR GUIDE WHO ARRANGED THE BOAT SAID I SHOULD BE @ ALONA BEACH BEFORE 6 A.M. I TOOK A BATH @ 4:30 A.M.WAITED FOR THE RECEPTIONIST 'TIL 5:30 A.M. I HATE TO WAKE THEM UP SO EARLY, AFTER ALL, THE PLACE IS ONLY AN INN, A STONE THROW AWAY FROM ALONA BEACH, I THINK IT WAS A STEAL @ P 500.00/NIGHT. I HAD THE ROOM ALL FOR MYSELF, IT'S STILL PRETTY NEW, HAS ITS OWN PRIVATE C.R., QUEEN BED, ELECTRIC FAN, CABINET, TABLE, CHAIR. PLUS IT IS ROOMY!

WALK INN HAVEN APARTELLE HAS ROOMS FOR RENT FROM AIRCON ROOM TO A FAN ROOM.

YOU CAN CALL OR TEXT MRS. LOLITA ROMERO C.P #0920-244-7843. TELL HER CHA SY REFERRED YOU. WELL, SHE MIGHT NOT REMEMBER ME. I DON'T HAVE COMMISSION WHATSOEVER, BUT I THINK THE PLACE IS PRETTY NEAT. SO ROCK ON!






DO-IT-YOURSELF: How to Commute From Tagbilaran to Panglao Bohol


DO-IT-YOURSELF: How to Commute from Tagbilaran to Panglao Bohol

Whenever I travel in the country side, I always travel the local way as much as possible. (Sometimes I get lucky because either a family friend or friend of friends offer their car and tour me around for free.) Since it's my second time in Panglao and since this blog is all about how I travel on a shoestring,  I traveled the local way this time to save money!

From my hotel in Tagbilaran Bohol, I rode a tricycle. I was charged twenty pesos (P 20.00) just to go to the Central Bus Terminal to board a Panglao-bound Bus in Tagbilaran City. That's just because I have a tripod, camera and a bag. To save more, travel light and the trike driver will charge you P7.00 only. If you are coming from the airport I guess the trike driver will charge you P20.00 also in going to this bus terminal.

How to go to Panglao, Bohol the local way:

1. First, tell the trike driver to bring you near the Tagbilaran old Museum. Located at A. Hontanosas corner E. Rocha Street, Tagbilaran, Bohol.

2. At A. Hontanosas corner E. Rocha Street, Tagbilaran, Bohol, look for the Panglao-bound buses.

3. Make sure that the bus has TAWALA DANAO SIGNAGE, 'coz if there's none, then it will not pass by Dumaluan, BBC, Alona Beach. Better ask the driver just to make sure. Better be safe than sorry.

4. Please take note that the fare for locals is only P 25.00/ person.

5. Tell the driver to drop you off at your destination, so you'll not get lost.

Pros and Cons:

Pros:
  1. Cheap Fare
  2. You get to interact with and befriend the locals.
Cons:
  1. Only non-aircon buses. During summer, the weather is humid and hot so bring a fan.
  2. Expect to wait for a couple of minutes or an hour for the bus to be full . The Bus driver won't leave the terminal unless the bus is full.
Have a Safe and Happy Trip! 
 
Enjoy the beach take care not to leave any garbage!

God bless your heart!


Trike fare from TAGBILARAN BOHOL Airport to the city center


TAGBILARAN BOHOL TAKE TWO

It's my second time to visit BOHOL! Yahooooooooooooooooooooo! AERIAL VIEW FROM UP ABOVE!



I SO LOVE THE CHOCOLATE HILLS IN BOHOL. PHILIPPINES IS REALLY BEAUTIFUL! THAT MAKES ME THANKFUL I WAS BORN AND LIVES HERE!
Beware of Overcharging Trikes in Tagbilaran Bohol. Remember the fare in tricycle is only P7.00
TRIKES AND TAXI/ CAR FOR HIRE ABOUND IN TAGBILARAN AIRPORT. 

DON'T GET DUPED, TRICYCLE FROM THE AIRPORT TO THE SEA PORT IS ONLY P 7.00.

TAXI FROM THE AIRPORT TO ALONA BEACH IN PANGLAO RANGE FROM P200.00 to P 400.00 MORE THAN THAT IS TOO MUCH!
THE ONE IN SKY BLUE SHIRT WAS MY TRIKE DRIVER FROM THE AIRPORT TO CHICKEN ATI ATIHAN IN DOWNTOWN TAGBILARAN HE ONLY ASKED FOR THE REGULAR FARE P 7.00 NO MORE NO LESS!

HE IS HONEST AND KIND! FOR THAT I'LL POST HIS CONTACT NUMBER HERE TRY TO LOOK FOR HIM WHENEVER YOU ARE IN TAGBILARAN, BOHOL. HIS NAME IS ROLLY BANOCIA ( HE HAS AN ID HANGING ON HIS TRIKE) 0926-684-3352. YOU ARE ONE OF  KIND SIR. THANK YOU!

TELL HIM CHA SEND HER REGARDS FOR HE IS HONEST.


UNLIKE THE TRIKE DRIVER FROM HELL THAT THE SECURITY GUARD OF ALTURAZ RECOMMENDED TO BRING ME FROM THE GROCERY STORE IN DOWNTOWN TAGBILARAN TO MY HOTEL.

WHEN I SAT DOWN AT THE TRIKE I HAD CRAMPS ON BOTH OF MY LEGS AND AND ON MY STOMACH. 

IT WAS THE FIRST TIME THAT I EXPERIENCED THAT FEELING.

I WAS SO AFRAID SINCE I WAS ALONE .  

SO I ASKED THE TRIKE DRIVER TO PASSED BY MERCURY WHERE I BOUGHT POTASSIUM TABLET AND HYPERTENSION MEDICINE.  

I WAS SO EXHAUSTED WALKING AROUND TAGBILARAN THE WHOLE DAY AND I LACK SLEEP SO MAYBE THAT'S THE REASON WHY I HAD THOSE CRAMPS. 

THE LINE WAS LONG AT MERCURY. SO I HAD TO WAIT FOR MY TURN. I CALLED UP MY BROTHER THROUGH MY CP AND TOLD HIM I THINK I WAS GETTING A HEART ATTACK.  HE SAID I SHOULD SIT AND RELAX AND JUST TAKE THE MEDS RIGHT AWAY.

WHEN I WENT OUT AFTER I PAID FOR MY MEDS THE TRIKE DRIVER SUDDENLY SHOUTED AT ME! 


I WAS STARTLED!

I TOLD HIM IF HE WANTED ME TO ADD PAYMENT, HE DON'T NEED TO DO THAT!

THAT WAS COMPLETELY UNNECESSARY AND THAT HE DOESN'T NEED TO SHOUT AT ME FOR I AM TRYING TO CALM MYSELF SINCE I MIGHT SUFFER FROM A HEART ATTACK.

HE SAID HE DON'T CARE IF I GET A HEART ATTACK AND DIE! I WAS SO SHOCKED! HE SAID: JUST ADD PAYMENT BECAUSE I WAITED FOR YOU!

SINCE I FELT SO WEAK AND I COULD NOT GET MY BAGS ALONE WITHOUT HELP I TOLD HIM TO JUST STOP BECAUSE I WILL JUST ADD MONEY.


HE KEPT ON SHOUTING AT ME AS IF I'VE DONE SOMETHING WRONG. AS I SAT DOWN SILENTLY THE TRIKE DRIVER KEEPS ON RANTING NONE STOP! 

ALL THE MORE THAT I FELT WEAK FROM WHAT HAD JUST OCCURED. 

THEN HE SAID, " IPAPA BARANGGAY KITA, DADALHIN KITA SA BARANGGAY!"

FROM FEELING WEAK, I GOT MAD.

WHAT DOES THIS MORON THINKS?  THAT I  WAS AS STUPID AS HE IS? 

I TOLD HIM GO AHEAD! I AM NOT AFRAID! AFTER ALL MY BROTHER IS A LAWYER BESIDES I DID NOT DO ANYTHING WRONG FOR GOD'S SAKE!

ANONG AKALA NG GUNGGONG NA TRIKE DRIVER NA ITO HULIDAP?

ANO ANG HUHULIHIN NIYA SA AKIN? KUNG MAY KAMAG ANAK MAN SIYANG PRESIDENTE NG PILIPINAS O SINONG PONCIO PILATO HINDI AKO NATATAKOT.

NAIINIS AKO DAHIL NAGHIHINA NA AKO AT LAHAT E SINISIGAW SIGAWAN NIYA PA AKO PARA MAGPADAGDAG NG BAYAD NI HINDI MAKIUSAP NG MAAYOS.

ANO YUN? AKALA NIYA MATATAKOT AKO SA BARANGGAY? AT GAGAWIN KONG ISANG DAAN PISO ANG PITONG PISO NA PAMASAHE, HA HA HA! THAT IS SO FUNNY! 

WELL, I PAID HIM P 25.00 AT NAGREREKLAMO PA SIYA NA LUGI DAW SIYA, SANA NGA MALUGI KA HELL TRIKE DRIVER SA GAWAIN MO NUNGKA NA AKO SASAKAY SA TRICYCLE SA TAGBILARAN, AT SIGURO DI NA AKO BABALIK SA TAGBILARAN! DERECHO NA LANG AKO SA PANGLAO! 

ANG SABI NG HOTEL PITONG PISO LANG ANG TAMANG PAMASAHE NAKA 
P 25.00 KA NA NGA NAG REREKLAMO KA PA!

CALLING THE ATTENTION OF THE MUNICIPAL MAYOR OF TAGBILARAN, BOHOL, THE GOVERNOR AND CONGRESSMAN, PLEASE HOLD A SEMINAR FOR YOUR TRIKE DRIVERS LIKE IN PALAWAN WHERE THE TRIKE DRIVER WERE LIKE TOUR GUIDES, POLITE, COURTEOUS, WITH REFINED MANNER, RESPECTFUL, VERY KNOWLEDGEABLE ABOUT THEIR PLACE, KIND AND FRIENDLY!

NOTE: HINDI KO PO NILA LAHAT NG TRIKE DRIVER.  MAY EXEMPTION PA RIN LIKE YUN NAGHATID SA AKIN SA CITY CENTER FROM THE AIRPORT NA MABAIT AT MAGALANG. SALAMAT PO. 

KAHIT MASAMA NA PAKIRAMDAM KO AY TINANONG KO PA RIN YUN GUNGGONG NA TRIKE DRIVER KUNG ANO ANG PANGALAN NIYA AYAW NIYANG SABIHIN.

SABI KO NGA SA KANYA BAKIT WALA SIYANG ID KATULAD NG IBA? PERO KILALA SIYA NG SEKYU SA ALTURAZ KASI SIYA ANG NIREKOMENDA SA AKIN KASI MADAMI AKONG DALANG BAGS . DOON KO KASI INIWAN ANG MGA BAGS KO BEFORE AKO UMIKOT AROUND TAGBILARAN.


Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Loboc Ecotourism Adventure Park Packages


Loboc Ecotourism Adventure Park Packages
RATES:

Zipline                                                     Php 350/pax
Cable Car                                                Php 250/pax

All Ride(zipline & cable car)     Php 550/pax

Combo Ride                                            Php 350/pax

Distance / Length:
zipline                                                          520 meters
(return)                                                       460 meters

Cable Car                                                     420 meters

Height:
Zipline                               120 meters - starting point
                                            100 meter - end point

Cable Car                                                     100 meters

Contact Nos.:
038-537-9292, 09187256108
Note: Rates and Contact Number indicated is provided to help Bohol and Loboc Ecotourism Adventure Park disseminate information and for the readers to be aware of the rates. This is not a paid post. I was not compensated to post this. I just wanted to help.


LOBOC RIVER NIGHT CRUISE PACKAGES



NIGHT CRUISE PACKAGES
PACKAGES
Package A
Loboc River Night Cruise
Loboc Youth Ambassador Band Concert
Dinner (Buffet)

P550.00/pax
Schedule: Every Friday & Saturday
                  6:30 PM
Package B
Loboc River Night Cruise
Loboc Youth Ambassador Band Concert

P300.00/pax
Schedule: Every Friday & Saturday
                7:30 PM
Package C
Loboc River Night Cruise
Dinner (Buffet)

P450.00/pax
Schedule: Monday – Sunday
                6:30 PM
Package D
Loboc River Night Cruise

P200.00/pax
Schedule:  Monday – Sunday
7:30 PM

Note:

Guests are requested to be at the complex 30 minutes prior to the scheduled time.

Prices may change without prior notice.

Booking is necessary.


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