Province of Bohol Transportation

  • Ferry to Bohol, Philippines
    Ferry to Bohol, Philippines
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  • Ferry to Bohol, Philippines
    Ferry to Bohol, Philippines
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  • Ferry to Bohol, Philippines
    Ferry to Bohol, Philippines
    by TrendsetterME

Province of Bohol Transportation

  • Dumaguete- Tagbilaran- Cebu trip

    Hi,for me is Dumaguete to Tagbilaran would be a good route cause it will just cost you P 650.00 then Tagbilaran to Cebu will be P 520.00if you do Tagbilaran to Cebu is P 520.00 then Cebu to Dumaguete is P 900.00

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  • Cebu to Tagbilaran

    These are the sailing times for the Cebu-Tagbilaran (2 hr. trip) route of Weesam Express:Morning6:40 8:40 11:00Afternoon 1 3:30 5:00 P250 as Sept 2005Just ask the cab driver to bring you to Pier 4, Cebu City. I like Ocean Jet and Supercat better than Weesam Express because the ferries are bigger, faster and have more comfortable seats. Be there at...

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  • Going to Bohol from Cebu

    We went to Bohol from Cebu using Supercat which took only an hour and a half. There are trips at 8am, 11am, and 4pm. Check info below for more details.

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  • province of bohol

    RENT-A-CAR/VAN Speed Rent a Car countryside TOUR and self drive car suv and motorbikes - 09065077848 Bohol Island Tour Rates WITH DRIVER AND FREE GAS AND FREE DROP OFF PANGLAO RESORTS Van -16pax maximum capacity Car - 4pax maximum capacity- Coaster - 23pax maximum capacity-5000 Bus - 55pax maximum capacity-8000Chocolate Hills day Tour Car new...

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  • Self drive or with driver...your choice

    Contact Bembem and ask about his self driven packages for vehicle. Arm yourself with a current map and off you go. The roads are easy to follow and there's lots of locals you can ask directions with.I highly recommend his fleet and tour.

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  • Clean vehicle and affordable land tour

    After contacting many Bohol and Manila tour operators, I met Bembem. He operates the cars usually subcontracted by travel agencies. He gave me a better discount with the same clean vehicle. Note that the car's aircon is really working well because that's important when it is summer. He charged 1,800/car/10 hours. This does not include the entrance...

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  • First flight out

    If you are planning a trip to Bohol, it pays to constantly check the 2 biggies, Philippine Airlines (PAL)and Cebu Pacific for limited time promos. That is how I snagged my PAL PHP4,300 ($87.75) for 2 adults last Nov12. I wanted to go back to Bohol and this time I took the Cebu Pacific promo fare for the same cost of PHP2,150 (43.87) each for the...

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  • tricycles

    Tricycles are everywhere in Tagbilaran (and other towns/cities). First tricycle owners will greet you at the pier where they fight for costumers - and it takes some good negotiation skills before you decide to take their service. It's fun way to get around; you will sit next to driver who will usually have plenty of information on where to visit...

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  • local buses

    Local buses are the cheapest (and as you can see - most crowded) way to get around. It was amusing to watch how they often get loaded and full of passengers. We once took a short ride by ourselves in Loboc - and I wondered how to get in at all. Obviously they always find a place for you somewhere - if there was full inside you could still squeeze...

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  • Budget Travel

    Start your day early around 5am. Ride a tricycle to Dao Bus Terminal, there are buses going to Carmen. That is two hours ride to the chocolate hills. Just ask the conductor to drop you off in the Chocolate Hills complex. At around 7:30am, go back to loboc by riding Habal-habal..This is fun but don't forget to haggle with the driver, price range...

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  • From Cebu to Bohol

    Supercat and Weesam Express have fastcrafts operate between Cebu and Bohol. The fare is the same for both company, 500P for the boat fare and 25P for the terminal feee.The trip takes around 1.5 hours. The fast craft is clean and comfortable but expensive.

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  • By Bus or Jeepney

    Going around Bohol is convenient even by bus or jeepney. To go to the chocolate hill, bus from Tagbilaran to Carmen run every half an hour.To go to 'See a Tarsier' or Loboc, there is bus and jeepney plying the route. Take any bus from Tagbilaran to Carmen or jeepney from Tagbilaran to Loboc.To go to the Tarsier sanctuary, take a bus from Tagbilaran...

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  • Going Around by Bike

    You can rent a motorbike and go around Bohol by yourself. The rental is 500Peso for a day, which I think it is much more expensive compare to other SEA countries. To me it is only justifiable to get a motorbike if it save cost or the place is not accessible by public transportation, anyway renting of bike gives you the flexibility to stop at any...

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  • Ferrying From Cebu To Bohol

    Bohol's capital city of Tagbilaran is only 1:45 hour away from Cebu City when riding a ferry. Economy fare is P330 + Terminal Fee of P25. At the busy Cebu City port, Supercat and Weesam Express terminals are at Pier 4 while Ocean Jet's is at Pier 1. Visit their websites for schedules and other...

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  • Bohol Land Tour By Bus

    If you enjoy 'doing what the Romans do', then you can try conquering the main attractions of Bohol mainland in just a day by public transportation. That's setting uncertainties aside (sudden downpour, sudden breakdown of the vehicle, etc). It all starts at Tagbilaran's Dao Bus and Jeepney Terminal, adjacent to the Island City Mall. Trike ride to...

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  • Getting around Bohol

    It's easy when you have a contact. At least you wouldn't have to worry about transportation, where to go, getting the best deals, etc. Kuya Allan was recommended by officemates who have been to Bohol. He can serve as your tour guide and can show you the must see places in Bohol. You can rent his car or van and he can also recommend cousins whose...

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  • Tagbilaran to Alona Beach

    From Tagbilaran corner A.Hontanosas/F.Rocha (2 blocks inland from Placa shoppingcenter) bus to Alona Beach (marked "Panglao Tawala").In Alona wait near Ronas Corner/Bohol Island Cybernet Cafe

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  • Tagbilaran Airport

    this cute airport is located about 2 kms north of Tagbilaran city.From CPG ave., take a trike. the tricycle fare is P10.

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  • Evening Trip: cebu to bohol

    If you will go to bohol via Cebu City, you can ride the 6pm (ETD) Cokaliong ship going to Tagbilaran. ETA is around 12 midnightFare is P200. The ship dockson Cebu City Pier 5.While I recommend this to budget travellers, please remember the following:-since you will be arriving tagbilaran port around 12 midnight, you should at least know where to...

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  • Worry free transportation in Bohol

    I had a dream vacation come true in BoholTransportation is your first priority to go around placesI highly recommend Mr. Edwin Valmores as your first choice to go around Bohol.Very courteous, professional, punctual, comfortable and well maintained van and cars.Personalized service for you and your family only, no other groups that shared your...

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  • Cheap Fares!

    ..Cebu Pacific is a local carrier famous for having regular "Piso Fare" promos.For this trip, we managed to get a flight for Tagbilaran for P1.00 (one way, exclusive of taxes and surcharges). Paid a total of P975.52 (P1.00 fare + P104.52 and P870.00 on taxes) ... very cheap indeed!On the negative side, their flights are always delayed :0(

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  • Motor Boat to the Islands

    ..We paid P2,500.00 for this boat for a whole day tour...dolphin watching early in the morning and straight to Balicasag Island for our snorkeling. The boat is bigger and is good for 10 people. Also I think November is peak season hence the price. The boat comes with life vests (very old ones!).This boat was arranged for us by our driver. The...

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  • Small Boat

    ..Could you believe that I was able to paddle round the whole Balicasag Island using this small boat? I'm sure you can't hehehe...ok ok I made it with the help of our assistant bangkero (will try to remember his name)....more stories coming up

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  • BoholIsland Trip

    A trip around the province of Bohol exploring all its tourist sites like the Chocolate Hills and other white beaches. More or less two days were consumed for the travel with transportation facilities available for hire. The car services of MR. JUN MALEZA, of Tagbilaran City make our family tour more convenient, less taxing, and more enjoyable....

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  • van or taxi service

    My friends and I just had our first Bohol tour experience. It was full of fun and enjoyment. Jun Maleza, our kind and accommodating driver, guided us throughout the tour days. Aside from the major spots such as Chocololate Hills, Loboc river, tarsier, blood compact and the old churches, Jun brought us to other equally interesting but rarely visited...

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  • cheap van for hire

    planning to hire a van while during your visit in Bohol? contact Mr. Lyndon Bulasa. His the van driver and tour guide.Bohol Tour Package 4-7 pax - P2,800.008-10 pax - 3,000.0011-14 pax - 3,500.00 10 spots country side tour 1. Blood Compact2. Baclayon Church Museum (entrance fee - P25/pax)3. Native Store4. Phyton Sanctuary (entrance fee - P5/pax)5....

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  • Bohol Countryside Tour

    TOUR PACKAGES * BOHOL COUNTRYSIDE TOUR o Blood Compact Shrine o Baclayon Church and Museum o Loay bolo-making and nipa-weaving industry o Loboc River Cruise o Tarsier Watching o Bilar Man-made Mahogany Forest (drive-thru) o Chocolate Hills o Souvenir Shopping * PAMILACAN ISLAND DOLPHIN AND WHALE WATCHING TOUR W/ BALICASAG ISLAND o Transport to...

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  • BEST TOUR GUIDE

    The best way to see bohol is to get a tour guide. We were six in a group so we needed a van to take us around. Once you get out of the airport, there are several tourist guides waiting. However, we read in the internet of great praises about Kuya Rod so we decided to contact him. Kuya Rod owns about 6 vans and i think about 2 or 4 cars. For our...

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  • contact nos.

    09173042212:car- 2,000van-3,00009203200155:van nissan 18-seater- 3,500h-ace 3000 auto nice aircon mitsubishi- 2,500multicab- 1,50009185914969:car max. of 4- 1,800van max. of 12- 2,500e-mail addresses:lrk_bohol@yahoo.comrodboholtours@yahoo.comtravel_treats@yahoo.com

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  • The Jeepney

    They Jeepney is used more for trips going to other towns. They fill up the whole vehicle inside and out.

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  • The Suzuki Multicab

    Another means of transportation in bohol is the multicab. We were able to rent one for 100/hour to bring us around tagbilaran.

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  • Tricycles all over

    The tricycles in tagbilaran are a bit bigger and sturdier than those in manila. They even have some sort of a baggage compartment at the back. They are everywhere. Just raise your arm, and you'll find one in front of you :) P6.00 per person for short distances - upto P12.00 per person.

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  • FLY HIGH w/Cebu Pacific or PAL/ Van/...

    from Manila you can either take PAL or cebu Pacific going to Tagbilaran (Bohol) and then back to Manila. or you cna take a route MLA to Cebu then take a ferry to Tagbilaran (Bohol) and back to Manila via plane. Your thrill, your choice!!! =)then when you're in BOHOL already, suggets you rent a van or even a motorcyle to bring you around the...

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  • Super Cat from Cebu To Bohol

    From the pier at Cebu you can board one of the two super cats that serve Bohol. You can check the Sun Star local paper for rates and times or their website. Sometimes you can find a special fare-. The super cats offer some snacks and drinks for a nominal fee and they also have either a TV or DVD playing during the trip. The trip will take about 1.5...

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  • BUSES

    The buses are the best bet when travelling to the farthest towns of Bohol. They could be Mini buses or regular sized buses. They are of the old model kind, commonly seen in other provinces in the Philippines but rarely seen in Metro Manila. I was delighted to see that there are now air-conditioned buses going to Tubigon and hopefully they are...

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  • PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: INTEGRATED BOHOL...

    Public transportation is never a problem in the province of Bohol. Since Tagbilaran City is the center of everything in Bohol, the city houses an integrated transportation terminal for various type of transportation going to all towns of the province. Thus, if you want to take public transportation going to Carmen (Chocolate Hills). Loboc (River...

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  • GOING TO BOHOL: THE FASTEST WAY

    There is no question that the fastest way to go to Bohol is by air travel. It is really a good thing that Bohol re-opened the Tagbilaran Airport to air traffic in the early 2000's.I could still recall, the first time that I went to Bohol was by ferries from Cebu. It would take more almost three hours to reach Bohol from Manila. The old airport was...

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  • Cheapest VAN and CAR for Hire

    In search for the cheapest van for hire and transfers from airport-resort-airport (Sep 2006), i found Kuya ROD BALBA, he owns 2 vans (Mercedez Benz & Toyota Hi-Ace) and 2 cars (Nissan sentra super salon & Mitsubishi) which he offers for hire... i got the tranfers from airport to panglao for only P500 using a van... for the wholeday countryside...

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  • The Road Less Travelled

    From Cebu, we took the first ferry boat to Tubigon and from there started our travel around Bohol. We packed ourselves with other passengers in a habal-habal (local name for tricycle) that can carry up to eight people then rode the bus to Carmen. Our first stop was the town of Carmen where we rented a tricycle to the Chocolate Hills viewing deck....

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  • Roro Barge from Cebu to Bohol

    Island-hopping in the Visayas, we crossed our van toBohol coming from Cebu via the 2-hour Roro trip. The Roro leaves Cebu City Pier 1 and docks at the seaport of Tubigon, Bohol. There are 2 Roro-capable seaports in the island of Bohol that connects to the island of Cebu – Tubigon and Tagbilaran. Being at a shorter distance from Cebu City Pier,...

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  • No Brainer

    Getting around Bohol is a no brainer. If you took the fast boat from Cebu, there's a lot of drivers who are waiting to make a deal with you on the pier of Tagbilaran. Don't take the first one that approaches you. The price for the island tour goes down the farther you get from the pier. : ) So act non-commital until you hear the lowest price and...

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  • GOING TO BOHOL: ANOTHER WAY

    The first time I went to Bohol in 2000, I have to pass by Cebu and take the ferry as the Tagbilaran airport was closed then. Even when the airport was rehabilated and opened in 2003, there are instances that I take the Manila-Cebu-Tagbilaran route specially during long vacation. That way, I covered more destinations, Cebu and Bohol. I would stay in...

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  • FAST FERRIES

    For those who would like to see Cebu and Bohol, the fast ferry is the best and fastest mode of transportation. At present there are two shipping companies which provide fast ferry services from Cebu to Bohol and vice versa, namely, Ocean Jet and Weesame.In Cebu, Ocean Jet is located at Pier 1 and Weesame is at Pier 4 (Beside former Water Jet...

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  • GOING TO BOHOL: THE CHEAPEST WAY

    The Palakbayan promo of Philippine Airlines is the cheapest way to Bohol. For as low as P5,500, you can have a 3 days, 2 nights stay at a good hotel with free breakfast and airport transfer in Tagbilaran City or the same accommodation in Alona Beach for as low as P6,700. Considering that the round trip airfare to Tagbilaran City costs almost P7,000...

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  • A Great Ride in a small Multi-Cab

    We rented Ate Zita's multi-cab to tour around Bohol. Rent is P4000 for three days (actually, we only paid P2,000 as rental fee was shared between my famiy and the balikbayan group)We took the Tagbilaran- Loboc- Carmen -Sagbayan- Panglao route and saw the beauty of the Bohol countryside.

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