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Snorkeling and Dolphin Watching in Balicasag Island
"We will pick you up at your hotel lobby or meet at our shop at 6am morning. We depart early in the morning as it is during the morning that dolphins are often seen swimming around the seas of Panglao and Balicasag Island. Please remember to bring your ca we will head to Marine Sanctuary at Balicasag Island for snorkelling. Explore the underwater world and see the exotic corals formation. After Balicasag you will head off to Virgin Island where you can stroll along the beautiful white sands and enjoy the splendour of this tropical paradise.Please note that no guarantee can be given that you will see either dolphins or whales. The best months to see dolphins and whales are March to but resident dolphins and small whales can be found all year round. We will be transferred you back to Alona Beach around 12pm."""Join this trip early in the morning and enjoy snorkeling of a beautiful Balicasag Island. Experience the fun of searching for dolphins playing in their natural habitats. We will head to Virgin Island before returning to Alona Beach around 12pm. Light breatitle=Highlights&1=Close+encounter+with+friendly+dolphins&2=Snorkel+gear+included&3=Enjoy+a+day+away+from+the+hustle+and+bustle+of+the+city&4=Family+friendly&5=See+native+wildlife+in+their+natural+environment&6=Free+drinks+included
From $130.00
 
Bohol Panglao Island Tour with Mag-aso Falls
"Hinagdanan CaveThe cave is about 100 meters long of beautiful rock formations. The stalactites and stalagmites stick out from the ceiling and floor of the cave as though trying to meet each other. Inside the cave theres also a lagoon with a greenish surface produced by the green limestone at the bottom of the pool where people used to bath in the lagoon however it has been advised to not go dip into the lagoon because of the karst pollutants present in the water.Bohol Bee Farm is geared towards encouraging and inspiring our farmers to practice Organic farming. They dont need to spend for costly conv nor use harmful pesticides in their farms. Basic composting and companion planting are alternatives we offer in their stead. Dauis Churchis another beautiful church in Bohol is the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption in Dauis Bohol
From $50.00
 
Bohol Panglao Island Tour
"Hinagdanan CaveThe cave is about 100 meters long of beautiful rock formations. The stalactites and stalagmites stick out from the ceiling and floor of the cave as though trying to meet each other. Inside the cave theres also a lagoon with a greenish surface produced by the green limestone at the bottom of the pool where people used to bath in the lagoon however it has been advised to not go dip into the lagoon because of the karst pollutants present in the water.Bohol Bee Farm is geared towards encouraging and inspiring our farmers to practice Organic farming. They dont need to spend for costly conv nor use harmful pesticides in their farms. Basic composting and companion planting are alternatives we offer in their stead. Dauis Churchis another beautiful church in Bohol is the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption in Dauis Bohol
From $38.00

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