Bohol, Philippines Travel Guide
The Philippines is one of the most favored tourist destination in Asia as it offers a wide array of amazing natural wonders, powdery white sand beaches of crystal clear blue waters, diverse marine life, relaxing island destinations, picturesque landscape, fascinating jade green rivers, history, interesting mix of culture, unique traditions and amazingly friendly people.
Surely with what the Philippines is offering to its visiting tourists, it is very much indulging! but hey, you might want to consider slowing down and take some time to plan ahead before embarking to a journey towards a country made up of an archipelago. You need to carefully and effectively plan your itinerary as it may be challenging and sometimes frustrating traveling from one island to the other, and with poor planning you'll end up wasting your holiday escapade. So take time to collect vital informations in accordance to your prefered travel interest - which can now be easily obtained through online travel forums or from leading travel guide books.
In this article, let us also share our expertise and let us guide you in the island province of Bohol. - Bohol is located in the central visayas region of the country with neighboring islands - Leyte to the northeast and to the west is Cebu City.
How To Get To Bohol
There are two major cities that offers easy access to Visayas Gem - Bohol God's Little Island Paradise. The country's capital city Manila through Ninoy Aquino International Airport direct connecting flight to Bohol's capital city - Tagbilaran City Airport, and or if your flight itinerary is for Mactan International Airport, one may take a two-hour fast ferry trip to Tagbilaran Sea Port.
Tagbilaran City Airport only caters flight from Ninoy Aquino International Airport with three major airliners operating - The Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific, and Air Asia Zest - other flight option might be via chartered private plane.
Tagbilaran City Sea Port caters trips Cebu City by fast ferries operating namely Ocean Jet and Supercat and Weesam Express. Slow boats are also available with Lite Shipping from Cebu, Trans Asia from Cagayan De Oro while Super Ferry from Manila. Other neighboring islands accessible through Tagbilaran City Sea Port is Dumaguete and Siquijor via Ocean Jet and Supercat.
The Town of Tubigon also offers trips to Cebu City either by fast ferries and or slow boats which are available hourly u to 7:00 in the evening. Another option would be via the town of Loon's Sea Port by slow boats and ducks in Argao, Cebu - a two-hour land trip to downtown Cebu.
Tourist coming from leyte may take Ubay, Bohol Sea Port by slow boats from Bato, Leyte
While if you are coming or going to Camiguin Island - One may take either Ocean Jet fast ferries or slow boats in Jagna, Bohol Sea Port.
Summary recommendations in getting to Bohol, Philippines
By Plane - Ninoy Aquino International Airport - 1 HOUR travel time
By Fast Ferry from Cebu, City - to Tagbilaran City Sea Port- 2 HOUR travel time
By Fast Ferry either from Dumaguete and Siquijor - to Tagbilaran City Sea Port
By Fast Ferry from Camiguin - to Jagna, Bohol Sea Port
By RORO from Cagayan De Oro City - to Jagna, Bohol Sea Port
By RORO from Bato, Leyte - to Ubay, Bohol Sea Port
--- above mentioned recommendations are the most common entry to Bohol, Philippines which information are commonly available and can easily be obtained through online travel forums such trip advisor and other travel forums alike as well as travel guide books by Lonely Planet. -----
But did you know that there are more available, more convenient way getting to and from Bohol with lesser travel time required? YES!!!! there are definitely plenty of options!
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