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CEBU - BOHOL (4 Days and 3 Nights)


Tagged as the ‘Queen City of the South’, Cebu prides itself with its rich history dating back to 1951 when Ferdinand Magellan first set foot on the island. Trace back history as you visit the Basilica Minore del Sto. Nino, Magellans cross and the place where Lapu- Lapu fought Magellan, the Mactan Shrine.  Marvel at the whaleshark’s of Oslob as you see the world’s largest fish up close.


  1. The Mactan Shrine
  2. Magellan’s Cross
  3. Basilica Minore  del Sto. Nino
  4. Oslob Whaleshark Encounter



Tourists thirsting for ecotourism and more laid-back historical and religious sight-seeing will find Bohol region perfect.

The Central Visayan Island is famous for its wildlife sanctuary that allows tourists to watch the Philippine Tarsier in its natural habitat. The tarsier is one of the smallest primates still left in the world and is being held under protection due to its declining number.

Cruising down Bohol’s Loboc River is made more memorable because of the delicious Filipino dishes being served onboard.  

Historical churches dating back to the 16th century are also present in Bohol. Tourists on the look-out for antique memorabilia, ancestral houses and religious relics will find more than their fair share in the island.

The world-famous Chocolate Hills need no further introduction. The 1,000 plus grass-covered mounds look like treats for the sweet tooth, but in reality, the hills may be more for the adventurers with ATV rides available for touring.


  1. Blood Compact Commemorative Shrine
  2. Loboc River Cruise
  3. Tarsier Encounter
  4. Chocolate Hills
  5. Bilar Man-made Forest



BOHOL  -  DUMAGUETE (4 Days and 3 Nights)


Located on the southern edge of Negros Island and within sight of the south west tip of Cebu Island, Dumaguete, known as the “City of Gentle People” is a provincial capital and University town with a friendly and relaxed feel. Situated directly on the coast, it benefits from pleasant sea breezes all year round and a warm climate just right for exploration.

The principal attraction for many are the natural wonders of the sea. With its emphasis on preserving fragile marine eco-systems, the aea around Dauin to the south of Dumaguete is globally known for quality diving on offer. Both the Negros coastline and nearby Apo Island provide some of the best diving and snorkelling in the region with pristine reefs and fascinating sea-life. Bais Town is a start point for dolphin watching, mangrove tours and picnics on picture postcard sand bars. 










DAVAO (4 Days and 3 Nights)



Davao's topography dazzles with a variety of picturesque landscapes. Fruit plantations and orchid farms, mantle volcano-fed hills and valleys. Virgin forests nurture rare wildlife. Coral islands lie on mirror flat water. And the country's highest peak, Mt. Apo, magnificently lords over the hinterland.

Just as enchanting is its brilliant tapestry of harmony, woven from the diverse cultural threads of its people. In Davao, the contemporary fuses with the traditional as migrant settlers from all over the country peacefully co-exist with a sizeable expatriate community and numerous ethnic tribes who continue to live as they did centuries ago.

Davao is home to the majestic Philippine Eagle, the country's national bird and considered the largest eagle in the world. It also boasts of the most priced Philippine orchid species like the Vanda sanderiana and some of the most exotic fruits like Durian and Mangosteen.

Davao is an anchor tourist destination, a natural haven for both sedate and daring pursuits. It is the jump-off point to satellite destinations on the island of Mindanao.




  1. The post tours are offered for free. Only serious delegates are encouraged to participate.
  2. Once a delegate registers, we consider this as final.
  3. Any cancellation or amendment will be charged full cost of the tour.