Bohol Island Tour

Posted by on Dec 7, 2015 in Bohol | No Comments

Dolphin Watching

After a good breakfast at Whites and Green’s restaurant, we head to the middle of the sea to visit the dolphins. Travel time approximately 30-45 mins from the shore and seeing the dolphins is exciting than I expected. I brought a wrong lens so I didn’t capture a good photo.

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Balicasag Island

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After 10-15 minutes of watching the dolphins, we headed to Balicasag Island. It’s my first time so I didn’t know what to expect. To my surprise, there’s a community there doing “business as usual” for the tourists. I have to pay environmental fee 100 per head but there’s no issued receipt. Snorkeling gears , life vest , etc… can be rented for a fee of course.

I’m not in the mood for swimming that day so I decided to walk on the shores of Balicasag.

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As I walked farther , the shores are getting better…

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I recommend Balicasag for snorkeling fanatics. Don’t forget to bring underwater action cameras.

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Whenever I see emerald green waters, my heart pound with delight. It’s not everyday I got to see this kind of scenery. At least for an office boy like me.

Virgin Island

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One of the best sandbars I’ve seen. I can compare it to the shores of Anguib Beach only shallower or perhaps the sandbar in Manjuyod. My 2 year old son enjoyed this place the most and so do I.

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It rained hard the night before so the main sandbar is kinda dirty but its fine with me as long as the debris came from sea weeds / plants.

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I highly recommend doing the island tour. One of the best spots in Bohol in one go.

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