Bohol Chocolate Hills Tour Package

Experience climbing one of the world famous chocolate hills and view the rest of the 1,268 cone-shaped hills spread out on a plain surrounded by golden rice paddies. For only Php5,160.00/head for 3pax and lower if more in a group. This whole day tour includes visits to major Bohol attractions packaged with a 3D/2N stay at our partner hotel based at Panglao Island.

(3Days/2Nights) as low as PhP5,160.00/head of 3 persons *Prices are listed below.

The package covers daily breakfast, all transfers (RTT port and tour), tour guide, river cruise lunch, all entrance fees, other charges, and government tax included. Tour prices for more than 8 persons will depend upon requested rides (either aircon or non-aircon buses and other incidental expenses). Room rates during offseason will be slightly lower and thus will render the package tour rates to decrease a wee bit.

Stated package rate above is subject to change without prior notice. If the hotel required is other than Tierra Azul/ Dumaluan Beach Resort, our partner hotels, the price of the package will be adjusted basing upon the room rates of the hotel wanted. Other hotels do not offer free breakfasts, so package conditions may be affected too. Prices are confirmed once paid and so will not be subject to any untoward price changes.


  • Airconditioned Accommodation for 3 days and 2 nights
  • Daily Breakfasts
  • Chocolate Hills & Countryside Tour All Entrance Fees Paid DOT Accredited Tour Guide Buffet Lunch during Countryside Tour Airconditioned Transporation
  • Round Trip Transfers

ITINERARY: Day 1: Bohol Philippines Packaged Tour

alona beach

Tagbilaran Airport or Seaport Pick Up then to partner hotel.
Spend the rest of the day at your leisure.

Meals: None.
Transfers: Airport picks up.
Notes: Travel time from the airport –
Tagbilaran City hotels & resorts: 5-10 minutes.
Panglao Island hotels & resorts: 30-45 minutes

Day 2: Chocolate Hills & Countryside Tour

7:00 – Breakfast.
8:00 – Chocolate Hills & Countryside Tour begins

Places to Visit:

blood compact

The spot where the “Sandugo” took place; a blood compact between Miguel Lopez de Legazpi of Spain and Rajah Sikatuna of Bohol. The blood compact is considered the First Treaty of Friendship between two different races, religions, culture and civilization. A treaty-based on respect and equality! A place where you can immerse yourself in history!

baclayon church

The oldest stone church in Bohol; in fact, one of the oldest in the Philippines, second to that of the San Agustin Church in Intramuros, Manila. A 21-meter high belfry lies adjacent to the church and a museum displays religious artifacts.

prony bohol python

Prony, the longest python in Bohol that is 23 feet long with an estimated weight of 300 kilos. The biggest python in captivity ever known. Named after its captor, Prony, it loves to eat during feeding time. Recently relocated to Baclayon, Bohol

loboc church

It is known as the second oldest church in Bohol with the biggest convent. The convent is now a museum.

loboc river cruise

A cool and relaxing river cruise while dining on Boholano food and other native delicacies.


Observe the smallest primate in the world, the Tarsier, in its natural sanctuary.

man made forest

Traverse the “Tina-i sa Manok” trail and pass by the Mahogany Forest on your way to Carmen and the Chocolate Hills!

chocolate hills

View one of the world’s wonders; 1,268 hills which, during the dry season, turns into brown and thus called the chocolate hills.


If time permits, you may indulge in shopping for souvenirs and local delicacies).

Notes: Tour Guide will wait for you at the lobby. The front desk will inform you of your guide’s arrival. The whole day tour will begin at 8:00 am and end at 4:00 pm.

Day 3: Bohol Philippines Packaged Tour

7:00-9:00 am Free Breakfast.
Spend the rest of your stay at your leisure.

Free Transfers: Airport/Seaport


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